What Happened to Larry?
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rip

Terre Haute, IN

#1 Mar 18, 2012
What happened to Larry Rogers?
yup

Clinton, IN

#2 Mar 18, 2012
Which Larry Rogers? age?
rip

Terre Haute, IN

#3 Mar 29, 2012
Larry Rogers he's from Terre Haute in his early 20's I believe

Since: Feb 12

Willowbrook, IL

#4 Mar 29, 2012
So sad.
Sadface

Terre Haute, IN

#5 Mar 30, 2012
It's Larry Rogers(43) i think- Son Larry (21) I think..He did have a drug problem but that's not what killed him.I cant say on here out of respect for the Family ;( So sad
yup

United States

#6 Mar 30, 2012
Do you know who the grandparents are on the Rogers side?
SomeOnesSon

Terre Haute, IN

#7 Mar 30, 2012
yup wrote:
Do you know who the grandparents are on the Rogers side?
I'm not sure..If I find out I will post for you tho.
A friend of Larry

United States

#8 Apr 1, 2012
To some he may have been considered to have a drug problem but it was simply just a young man in today's society that liked to spice up life a little and enjoy things. Just because he wasn't afraid to have a good time I think people need to reevaluate what a drug problem is. Larry partied as most his age do. He wasn't selling all his belongings for on hit of crack cocaine he just socially liked to enjoy moments with his friends and those including myself know it was all in good fun not to be accused of being a drug problem. The man could take any lane party or down time in peoples lives and bring a smile to all he was surrounded with. A true beautiful souls indeed. As drugs and alcohol plaid no role, for one reason or another Larry felt it was his time to go. Unfortunately it had to be but those who knew him know he's in a better place and he left an umpire of great smiles and good humor and a positive breach on the lives he touched. He was a beautiful soul indeed. It's no one persons business except the families on why he chose to take the actions he did but for the rest of us we can assume god needed his smile and light in heaven. He will forever be missed and loved as he touched many lives in only an enjoyable way. Rest in peace my friend.
common sense

Indianapolis, IN

#9 Apr 2, 2012
A friend of Larry wrote:
To some he may have been considered to have a drug problem but it was simply just a young man in today's society that liked to spice up life a little and enjoy things. Just because he wasn't afraid to have a good time I think people need to reevaluate what a drug problem is. Larry partied as most his age do. He wasn't selling all his belongings for on hit of crack cocaine he just socially liked to enjoy moments with his friends and those including myself know it was all in good fun not to be accused of being a drug problem. The man could take any lane party or down time in peoples lives and bring a smile to all he was surrounded with. A true beautiful souls indeed. As drugs and alcohol plaid no role, for one reason or another Larry felt it was his time to go. Unfortunately it had to be but those who knew him know he's in a better place and he left an umpire of great smiles and good humor and a positive breach on the lives he touched. He was a beautiful soul indeed. It's no one persons business except the families on why he chose to take the actions he did but for the rest of us we can assume god needed his smile and light in heaven. He will forever be missed and loved as he touched many lives in only an enjoyable way. Rest in peace my friend.
Apparently there was an issue or he wouldn't have been a partier or drug user. People who are not handling their life problems use substances to relieve their emotional pain. Often people who are struggling like this act as if they are the "life of the party", it defrays their pain for a short while.
meee

Franklin, IN

#10 Apr 2, 2012
common sense wrote:
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Apparently there was an issue or he wouldn't have been a partier or drug user. People who are not handling their life problems use substances to relieve their emotional pain. Often people who are struggling like this act as if they are the "life of the party", it defrays their pain for a short while.
Not everyone that parties has a problem with drugs, or wants to wash away life problems, can ya actually believe they just wanna have a bit of fun?
meee

Franklin, IN

#11 Apr 2, 2012
A friend of Larry wrote:
To some he may have been considered to have a drug problem but it was simply just a young man in today's society that liked to spice up life a little and enjoy things. Just because he wasn't afraid to have a good time I think people need to reevaluate what a drug problem is. Larry partied as most his age do. He wasn't selling all his belongings for on hit of crack cocaine he just socially liked to enjoy moments with his friends and those including myself know it was all in good fun not to be accused of being a drug problem. The man could take any lane party or down time in peoples lives and bring a smile to all he was surrounded with. A true beautiful souls indeed. As drugs and alcohol plaid no role, for one reason or another Larry felt it was his time to go. Unfortunately it had to be but those who knew him know he's in a better place and he left an umpire of great smiles and good humor and a positive breach on the lives he touched. He was a beautiful soul indeed. It's no one persons business except the families on why he chose to take the actions he did but for the rest of us we can assume god needed his smile and light in heaven. He will forever be missed and loved as he touched many lives in only an enjoyable way. Rest in peace my friend.
Sounds like he had beautiful friends as well.
common sense

Indianapolis, IN

#12 Apr 2, 2012
meee wrote:
<quoted text>Not everyone that parties has a problem with drugs, or wants to wash away life problems, can ya actually believe they just wanna have a bit of fun?
"a friend of Larry" makes it sound that way.
Hedy Lamarr

Herndon, VA

#13 Apr 2, 2012
meee wrote:
<quoted text>Not everyone that parties has a problem with drugs, or wants to wash away life problems, can ya actually believe they just wanna have a bit of fun?
Um, nope... Drugs are mainly used to numb ones pain. Being it physical or mental it's an escape from the " demons" or vices that control our sub conscience.
For instance, alcohol in any form becomes an " acquired " taste to the drinker. That old saying; Misery loves company is a good example...
My opinion only... Peace....
str8laces

Franklin, IN

#14 Apr 2, 2012
Hedy Lamarr wrote:
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Um, nope... Drugs are mainly used to numb ones pain. Being it physical or mental it's an escape from the " demons" or vices that control our sub conscience.
For instance, alcohol in any form becomes an " acquired " taste to the drinker. That old saying; Misery loves company is a good example...
My opinion only... Peace....
Thats what makes this a beautiful world Hedy, we are all intitled to our opinions, I respect yours....please respect mine.
Hedy Lamarr

Herndon, VA

#15 Apr 2, 2012
str8laces wrote:
<quoted text>Thats what makes this a beautiful world Hedy, we are all intitled to our opinions, I respect yours....please respect mine.
..... And I do. What a dull world this would be if everyone was the same...:(
meee

Franklin, IN

#16 Apr 2, 2012
Thanks Hedy for the input, but by starting your reply with "Uh nope" I have to agree with str8, I would never call you wrong on an opinion, lets agree to disagree.

“The Ministry of Information”

Since: Jan 12

Terre Haute, In

#17 Apr 2, 2012
Hedy Lamarr wrote:
<quoted text>Um, nope... Drugs are mainly used to numb ones pain. Being it physical or mental it's an escape from the " demons" or vices that control our sub conscience.
For instance, alcohol in any form becomes an " acquired " taste to the drinker. That old saying; Misery loves company is a good example...
My opinion only... Peace....
I enjoy alcohol. I used to enjoy pot too, my job put an end to that. I don't think I'm depressed or avoiding any personal issues. I truly believe some people (not all) just like to indulge because it feels great.
Hedy Lamarr

Herndon, VA

#18 Apr 2, 2012
Keep Calm and Carry On wrote:
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I enjoy alcohol. I used to enjoy pot too, my job put an end to that. I don't think I'm depressed or avoiding any personal issues. I truly believe some people (not all) just like to indulge because it feels great.
Aaa, who am I kidding! You're absolutely right. Smoke was a great stress reliever, and an occasional nip helped with "nighty- night" :)
But( like you state). Not everyone knows their limits AND responsibilities.
Dr Faulkner

Terre Haute, IN

#19 May 9, 2012
I don't know what happen to that Larry, But this Dr Larry Faulkner is here and will be in your face at ISU soon. I have opened a new officer on Wabash Ave call Faulkner Evangelist Ministries. Stop by and make an appt. with my Secretary and I will be happy to show you the word!
Dr Faulkner

Terre Haute, IN

#20 May 9, 2012
Im considering a run for Govener for Indian!

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