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Old September 8, 2006, 11:17 AM
Jim Kaiser
 
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Default Re: Remembering Steve Irwin, the "Crocodile Hunter"!

How many times have we heard the advice....

“Figure out what it is you love to do and figure out a way to get paid for it.”

Steve Irwin had a passion since his childhood and figured out how to take that passion and turn it into a multi-million dollar business.

At the same time, he didn’t let it go to his head because his other passions were being a great husband, a great father, and a great son. Unlike so many other celebrities, he stayed out of trouble and remained one of the good guys. The type of guy to respect and admire.

In my opinion, he was a GREAT man!

Anyone that has ever watched him on Letterman, Leno, Oprah, or any of the many talk shows he was on could see that. He was every bit as passionate about talking about his family as he was talking about crocks or snakes or anything else.

Personally, I learned a lot from the guy and so did my son. He filled us with knowledge and presented it in a way that made it really fun to learn about. I have much more respect for wildlife since watching Steve. Pretty much everything my 6 year old son knows about wildlife, he learned from Steve.

He was a great guy and he will be missed.

Jim
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