30 April 2007

Was flicking around and came across an episode of featuring Mr. Crocodile Hunter, Steve Irwin. He was in Sumatra, having a great time with the elephants and occasionally harassing a snake. You can’t watch any of his shows without realising how passionate he was about animals, and what a good time he had, even when it turned sad, like with the case of poor little Naught the baby elephant who died.

The world really is a less fun place without him. I suppose we’ll always have the repeats, but it somehow isn’t the same.

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5 Responses

  1. Harlequin says:

    I was watching that too. Poor little Naught. And Stevo was so frustrated and saddened by his inability to save her. He really was a fantastic fella – so much passion and devotion to animals.

  2. Jenn says:

    I have a hard time watching the reruns, they make me sad.

  3. Talena says:

    Hey, Fence. I'm well, thank you. I'm procrastinating, too. Blogging really was invented by procrastinators, I'm sure of it.

    Sadly, due to the complete lack of television reception I have had for the past six years of my life, I have only seen snips here and there of Steve's show. While for the most part, I did not miss the boob tube, that is probably one show I would have tuned into on occasion.

    The world needs more people who are as passionate about it as he was.

    How are you?

  4. Fence says:

    Hey H Stevo was the man.

    Hi Jenn, thanks for stopping by, they are sad, but at the same time you know that Steve really enjoyed his life and had a great time. So you can't be too sad.

    Talena, procrastination is merely a way for us all to be productive in different ways :)

  5. heather anne says:

    I'm with you. I will always miss Steve.