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Old 05-17-2013, 09:30 AM   #151
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This might explain why he left his cash and keys in the rental car. I could see a situation where he decided to leave material things behind and he did seem to be exploring his spirituality and the deeper side of life.

I was thinking maybe he had left his money in the car to go meditate while not being encumbered with "worldy" things, then planning to go back to his car and go home. BUT, he also left his keys behind (was the car locked or unlocked? I forgot) and that would make me think that he was intentionally abandoning the money, clothes left behind in the vehicle, etc, permanently.

That would make him just another David Stone, lost in the desert/mountains. Maybe someday his bones will be identified.
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Apostapler's comment just reminded me...

A couple days ago, I read about a man's remains being found in his car only 100 feet off the road in Colorado. He'd driven his car off a cliff in an apparent suicide all the way back in 1987.

So there he was, kinda close to the road, in a car, and he wasn't spotted for 26 years. If Adam was in the woods by himself and something caused him to die, it might be years before his remains would be found, if ever.


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Apostapler's comment just reminded me...

A couple days ago, I read about a man's remains being found in his car only 100 feet off the road in Colorado. He'd driven his car off a cliff in an apparent suicide all the way back in 1987.

So there he was, kinda close to the road, in a car, and he wasn't spotted for 26 years. If Adam was in the woods by himself and something caused him to die, it might be years before his remains would be found, if ever.


Mr. Vasey, Colorado:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/0...n_3269295.html

True that! How long did it take them to find Mike Riemer after he was killed...years and years.
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Perhaps not the exact same thing, but I love this story nonetheless. A few day ago, there was a story about a man named Greg Karper, who rounded up a bunch of Abercrombie and Fitch clothing and was passing it out to people on Skid Row, tarnishing the image that the clothes are only worn by beautiful, popular young people as was the goal of A & F CEO Michael Jeffries.

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/new...-la-man-523418

I gave away most of my A & F clothing to the less fortunate earlier in the year.
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The CEO of A & F is the creepiest thing I've ever seen! *Shudders*
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Perhaps not the exact same thing, but I love this story nonetheless. A few day ago, there was a story about a man named Greg Karper, who rounded up a bunch of Abercrombie and Fitch clothing and was passing it out to people on Skid Row, tarnishing the image that the clothes are only worn by beautiful, popular young people as was the goal of A & F CEO Michael Jeffries.

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/new...-la-man-523418

I gave away most of my A & F clothing to the less fortunate earlier in the year.

That is AWESOME! The CEO of A&F is a complete jackoff.
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Old 01-13-2014, 12:37 AM   #157
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As for meditation in the mountains ,I highly think Adam would find Beverly Hills remote enough and the kind of mountains he would do his soul searching in. Lets not forget his car was found on a Beverly Hills side street. And the keys were found in the ignition and car unlocked. Who leaves their car that way? The only thing I can see is the person was in a hurry to dump the car and run and didn't think about taking the keys out of the ignition or locking the door. We don't even know if Adam was the one who drove the car there. As for leaving his wallet in a car that is unusual, men usually have their wallets glued to them, to the point were they leave their wallet in their pants pocket over night weather pants are hanging on a bed post or over a chair. But what I find the most unusual is who carries 600 dollars around with them? That's an offal lot of money. The more money a person has the less they carry cash around with them, very little if any. They would rely on credits cards more. All I could think of is someone either paid him back and he never got to the bank or he was on his way to do a transaction and never got there. Still it is possible he joined up with a cult and left all his worldly possessions behind even in that strange way.
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