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Comments by K. Smith on Thursday, March 06, 2008 at 22:21
God bless Lawrence and his family, friends, and community. I am so sorry that this had to happen, and I hope Lawrence can see that his death is uniting people, and that people are coming together to keep this from happening to other kids. Lawrence was such an inspiration for being able to be himself - I wish I could say that I am as brave as he was.
Columbia, Missouri
United States  

Comments by Emily Vause on Thursday, March 06, 2008 at 22:11
To Larry's family and friends who are missing him, my heart goes out to you. What a beautiful child he was. I hope someday things can get better in this country and world. I wish things could be different- that there were less hate, less guns, more acceptance and peace.
There is no sense to what happened. Just know that there are so many people who are thinking of Larry now and have him and all of you in their hearts and prayers, who never knew him but wish they could have had the chance.
I won't forget what happened. I hope others won't either and maybe we can save even one life down the road if we just take some action to make a change. I wish to do this for Larry and all the other kids who are persecuted because of ignorance.
Philadelphia, PA
United States  

Comments by Nicole on Thursday, March 06, 2008 at 21:52
I live in Australia and I heard this story on the Ellen DeGeneres show. Larry was incredibly brave. Not only just to openly express his sexuality, but just to be true to himself. That's something which I'm sure a lot of teenagers would agree is a lot easier said than done. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Perth , Western Australia
Australia  

Comments by Robert Schad on Thursday, March 06, 2008 at 21:38
One of Gods most precious creations was wiped from the Earth by a young lad who was taught by society that is is good to hate a gay person. It is time for gay rights, it is time for gay equality and it is time for diversity and acceptance. Larry gave his life to better humanity. He is a martyr and he is an angel. The world is a darker place today without him.
Syracuse, NY
United States  

Comments by Bryant on Thursday, March 06, 2008 at 19:52
I will never meet you, but I love you. Honor your son's memory and remember that you can be a part of the change that comes out of this. The world is changing. Gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people are gaining acknowledgment and respect. Your son's life is a tribute to our journey. I am so sorry for your loss.
Atlanta, GA
United States  

Comments by Amanda Janes on Thursday, March 06, 2008 at 19:50
I am just so dumbfounded...I can't beleive that things like this are going on in schools these days...I don't know what people are thinking by not letting other people be who they want to be...I am sure Larry was not hurting anyone by being gay...hate is learned and I have a little girl and I can tell you she will never learn to hate from me...
My heart goes out to the family...hopefully some sort of lesson will be learned here and maybe his death will save someone else's life...
St. John's, Newfoundland
Canada  

Comments by Bianca on Thursday, March 06, 2008 at 18:54
First of all, my deepest thoughts to Larrys family and friends. I am so appauled by all of this, what kind of world are we living in? One where an act of kindness results in somebodys life being cut short. There is no justice. You've just got to wonder what morals and values parents are teaching their children these days.
May you rest in peace Larry.
WA, Western Australia
Australia  

Comments by Park on Thursday, March 06, 2008 at 18:05
I would like to send my thoughts and condolences to Larry's family. I was discusted to hear this. i am not gay, but it still bugs me that someone would do what they did. People need to learn how to accept/respect other people. Rest in peace Larry.
St. catharines, Ontario
Canada  

Comments by Liam Maddock on Thursday, March 06, 2008 at 17:52
I only just heard of this recently and my heart broke the moment I heard of it. I wish the family all my love and peace. I just hate to se when these things happen and se it as extreamly unfair and unessisary ( I know what I may be saying is an understatement but its all I can think of saying at this moment). I fear of being rejected but to hear of this poor child who was killed because of his personal feelings is just wrong. I hope to never have to come close to annything of this sort, or have to personally know annyone who has to suffer through this. I would just want to say that my heart goes out to you and your family today, and for mannydays in the future.
Lots of love, caring words and thoughts,
Liam
Windsor, Ontario
Canada  

Comments by Joel Diehl on Thursday, March 06, 2008 at 17:11
My heart and the hearts of all of my cast members and crew go out to you, in this time of sorrow. We are dedicating tomorrow night's show to Larry's memory and to the fight against crimes of hate in our schools. Larry is a beautiful Angel, now. He is guiding us all with his love. Let us not let him down. Let us move forward in spreading the truth of love and acceptance for all people. I have two gay children; I can only imagine the pain you are feeling. Just remember his love. From his picture, I can tell he is a spirit full of joy, smiles, love, and peace. May God be your peace. God made Larry beautiful and I am sure a joy to all who knew him. It is that knowledge that makes us strong!
Colorado Springs, Colorado
United States  

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