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  1. UFFDA says

    I’m sorry to hear of Caleb’s death. He was truly a sweetheart, and a saint as well for who else would have put up with Colton? Indeed, sorry for Colton too.

  2. Joey in Louisiana says

    My sympathy to those he left behind….no matter how heinous I feel Colton Cumbie was/is, I still do not wish this type of grief on anyone. Be well all.

  3. EchtKultig says

    Someone has to be thinking it, and gosh darnit, I’m willing to say it. Industrial accident? Kind of like the “accident” that killed one of the characters in Brokeback Mountain? (whose name I cannot remember, because I found the film mildly enjoyable but overrated) I’m sure an entity called the “Alabama Warrior Railroad” could not possibly employ any mega-homophobes.

  4. MATTROCKS says

    Yeah, way to jump to conclusions EchtKultig! Do you have inside knowledge or are you just a conspiracy theorist? Still trying to solve the Kennedy assasination? A million eye rolls in your direction.

  5. Gigi says

    Very sad. I’ve been with my partner for 25 years and I can’t imagine being without him. That’d be bad enough, but to die so tragically…

  6. Randy says

    The videos “Survivor: Blood vs. Water – Redemption Duel: Domino Effect” and “Survivor: Blood vs. Water – Caleb Reacts To Colton Quitting” are not available.

    Google claims to be sorry about that, but do not indicate what, if anything, they are doing to make it right.

  7. Chris says

    I am saddened by his passing – but is anybody else bothered by the title of the article. Gay “survivor” shouldn’t have been the first words. If he was straight- It wouldn’t have read Straight “survivor” contestant dies in train accident. This is in very poor taste. I know he wasn’t ashamed to be gay, but his sexuality is not what defined him. He was a freaking nice guy. There should be more uproar about the title.

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