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Cnet's James Kim gone missing?

post #1 of 211
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I was watching CNN's videos online and saw this. The title was only about a couple missing but when I saw the video I said to myself wait a minute, isn't that the CNET guy who reviews all the mp3 players? I hope nothing bad happened to them, although I don't all agree with his taste in mp3 players. It's sad to see something went wrong during the holiday season. Be safe folks.
post #2 of 211
Yep, James Kim has indeed gone missing. I read about this morning on dapreview, was quite shocked since I've seen him in lot's of his DAP reviews on CNET. Hope he and his family are alright.
post #3 of 211
Yeah, I saw the same CNN clip this morning. There's also a short article about the missing family at www.cnet.com. Everyone be safe this holiday season!
post #4 of 211
He was captured by Microsoft and forced to give-in to raising the Zune's rating.
post #5 of 211
Wow, that is awful, and it looks like they have been missing for days.
post #6 of 211
It has been some time that they have been missing =(.....I hope they are safe.
post #7 of 211
dang... they still haven't found him?
post #8 of 211
I had no idea. Hope he's ok too! I've been reading his reviews for years. Scary.
post #9 of 211
BUMP!
The following link contains daily search status and the tip-line.

www.jamesandkati.com
post #10 of 211
Why is he missing? Was he expected to be some place and didn't show?
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The family was expected to return to San Francisco on Monday, November 27th, 2006. When both James Kim and Kati Kim did not show up for their appointments on Tuesday, November 28th, it caused their co-workers to be worried for their safety. The Kim's are known to always keep in touch daily either by phone or e-mail with their friends and co-workers. The last known whereabouts of the Kim family was in Roseburg, Oregon on Saturday afternoon, November 25, 2006, they were known to be heading to Gold Beach, Oregon for an overnight stay there. They were driving a 2005 silver Saab station wagon with California personalized plates of "DOE SF".
Well. Oregon isn't the safest place to be. Big Foot. The Astor Family. Yeah. Plus a lot of those mountain roads are unlit and dangerous.
post #11 of 211
These gone missing stories always end the same way. The car will be found down a cliff or submerged somewhere. Shame.
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Originally Posted by chadbang View Post
These gone missing stories always end the same way. The car will be found down a cliff or submerged somewhere. Shame.
Lets not hope that!
post #13 of 211
Any new updates on this? I've been reading is articles on CNET for a while and I was shocked when I read this thread... HOpefully they'll be able to find him and his family...
post #14 of 211
Damn... so I won't see James Kim's new video clips on CNET??
Hope he'll be fine.
post #15 of 211
Apparently his wife and daughters have been found alive. Good luck deciphering the rest of the very poorly written article.
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