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Comments by Jeremy on Saturday, April 19, 2008 at 20:45
to all reading this,
RIP Larry, i didn't know you but im your age and your death was senseless, the world should take note of this and really try to change especially things in the media (i.e. thats so gay) and to the family, im wishing the best for you i know it must be terrible try to stick through it and hopefully your sons death will be the last
Woodbridge, Connecticut
United States  

Comments by Eleisa Jordan on Saturday, April 19, 2008 at 18:31
Family and Friends of Larry,
As much as I am online, I do not know how I missed this story. Honestly, my heart dropped when I first read of Larry's senseless death a few minutes ago. It is absolutely terrible to lose such a young soul so soon no matter the cause. My heart and prayers go out to you all. My prayers for the loved ones that Larry left behind and for the lost ones who are still so ingnorant to the value and beauty of all human life. May the Lord bless you all.
San Marcos, Texas
United States  

Comments by Ronica on Saturday, April 19, 2008 at 14:03
I can't imagine what you as parents must be going through to lose a son. I pray that God gives you peace and strength during this difficult time.
Centurion, Pretoria
South Africa  

Comments by Guy Soulliere on Saturday, April 19, 2008 at 12:47
I did not hear about Larry's story until today, by chance, stumbling upon a group in Facebook. It is beyond tragic, my sympathies for his parents and everyone who knew him. I know too well what growing up gay is like but was never as brave as Larry to be open about who I was at such a young age.
His pictures say so much too. I cannot miss that he was a light in everyone's lives, maybe too bright for a few ignorant people, but bright enough to keep shining on even after he's passed on. I am so proud of this young man for being true to who he was. I hope that from this tragedy there are some people out there who will learn to tolerate others differences more. Thank you so much to his loving parents for letting his story be told. He is your angel.
Halfmoon Bay, BC
Canada  

Comments by Jo Beth on Saturday, April 19, 2008 at 11:02
I am so sorry for your loss. I will be participating in the National Day of Silence in honor of Lawrence.
Best of luck to you.
Centreville, Michigan
United States  

Comments by River on Saturday, April 19, 2008 at 05:54
"Do not stand at my grave and weep"
I don't think I could handle like this phrase. So sad for this boy to die so young, in such an awefull way, only because he was not like other boys.Larry is now a thousand winds that blow! But for his family? I hope they can give their sorrow, their pain a place in their lives! Why this special boy got a place in my heart? Maybe cause I have a gay son myself! Rest in peace Larry and peace to your dear ones!
Oud Beijerland, Zuid Holland
Netherlands  

Comments by Ryan Kallis on Friday, April 18, 2008 at 15:54
Dear friends and family of Larry King... Your son was so young and yet so brave for coming out as who he really was! He will be forever in our hearts. I hope it helps to know that just because his physical presance is not with us... his soul will always be!
Larry will always be one with us all and accepted by his community.
Rest in Peace L. King
Tucson, Arizona
United States  

Comments by Katie on Friday, April 18, 2008 at 13:11
With a loss this tragic, it's difficult to put all of our hurt, anger and frustration into words. My deepest sympathy to all the family and friends who were involved.
I hope other people finally understand that SOMETHING IN OUR SCHOOLS NEEDS TO BE DONE! People just DON'T realize how bad the bullying is...and our children are paying for it with their lives. Whatever happened to school being a safe place...?
Port Moody, BC
Canada  

Comments by Neal on Friday, April 18, 2008 at 11:19
I only recently learned of this terrible tragedy. I am stunned that such a thing could happen and I pray for some measure of healing for the King family circle.
Schools, parents, churches, colleges, and the government all must take their responsibilities seriously in promoting acceptance and understanding among our people. We have such a long way to go. But we will get there.
Belfast, Northern Ireland
United Kingdom  

Comments by Tara Hart on Friday, April 18, 2008 at 09:01
Hi, My name is Tara Hart and I am a freshman student at Tualatin High.
I am Straight, but I support People who are Gay or Bi-sexual. People are just people, who cares if they are different?
BooHoo its not the end of the world.
Today, is April 18th.
Next week on the 25th is The National Day Of Silence Event at my high school I am helping with this event in memory of Lawrence King. I am deeply moved by his death, it was something that could have been stopped, but sadly it wasn't.
I hope the boy that killed Larry knows that it was Stupid thing to do.
I wish the best for his family, and Lawrence Will Never Be Forgotten.
Lawrence "Larry" King May You Rest In Peace.
Tualatin, Oregon
United States  

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