Discussion in 'General Off Topic Forums' started by Andyman, Jun 2, 2017.
If he has a card, that will work, but you can't do it via the app or site. Keg used to send me money so I could pull it from an ATM for him as he didn't have a Paypal card either.
Thanks to all for the support.
Indeed! It's wonderful seeing so many from AK to supporting our fallen brother as I scan the donor list.
Bless all who have and will contribute!
Such a sad loss. RIP Keg. Done.
Andy, and everybody, there are items going up, for auction, with the bid price going to Kegger's family, via the GoFundMe page.
Non-subscribers are using the AK Christmas auctions forum. Subscribers, please check the Auctions for AK forum, also. Everybody have a look, please. You might see something you can't live without.
Donated. Very sad news. Life lost over stolen backpack.
And a few are being posted in Barter Town
So we have three locations that members can shop and or bid on things to generate funds to help out, reagardles if they are subscribers or not.
Auctions for Audiokarma
AK Charities & Christmas
And thank you for being there, being a link to the family and keeping us abreast to the news and current events. And mostly just being a friend...
I'll contribute ASAP and hope it's not too late. Funds are rather low at the moment.
I have been searching for a thread about what happened. What exactly happened? Is there a thread? What forum would it be in?
I'm in too. This is a terrible thing to have happen.
Thanks Hull Rust.
That's just terrible. I don't know how people like those 2 guys live with themselves. The accident I witnessed 3 years ago still haunts me. A woman was speeding in a pickup truck and ran a red light. She struck a Hyundai on the passenger side killing the man in the passenger seat. His wife who was driving suffered minor injuries. The driver of the truck was drunk and probably on drugs. She ran to the parking lot of the restaurant across the street and begged people for rides. I led one of the police officers to her. She resisted arrest. The cop appreciated me helping her find the driver and bearing witness to the resistance.
I didn't know Kegger, but he was obviously loved here on AK. My thoughts and prayers to his family, friends and AKers who knew him.
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