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Double Rainbow Guy Cause Of Death

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Paul L. Vasquez, burly but big-hearted nature lover who became an Internet sensation in 2010 after posting his awe-struck reaction to Double Rainbow, died Saturday in Central California, Modesto Bee reports. The cause of death has yet to be announce, although in recent weeks Vasquez had been posting on Facebook that hed been feeling sick with high fever and trouble breathing. On May 5, he said he was testing for COVID-19, and though he said he would get results back in two days, he never shared update. By all accounts, Vasquez Live remarkable and impressive life. Per 2015 CNN profile, he was born in East Los Angeles and got his first job as a firefighter for LA County. He then moved to the area around Yosemite National Park and worked as everything from security officer to emergency medical technician to utility man to firefighter once more. He spent 10 years as a long-haul trucker, and at one point was even a professional cage fighter. Then, in January 2010, Vasquez posted a video on his YouTube page of the sprawling Double Rainbow in Yosemite. Vasquezs narration was ecstatic and emotional. He could be heard crying at different points during the video, although it was also ting with that classic California Woah, man vibe. It was starting to look like triple Rainbow, He marvelled at one point. Oh, my God, It full-on Double Rainbow all way across the sky! What does this mean? Relate Bruce Swedien, acclaim Audio Engineer for Michael Jackson and Quincy Jones, Dead at 86 Doug Supernaw, Nineties Country Singer of 'I don't Call Him Daddy, ' Dead at 60 Related 25 Best Pixar Movie Characters 500 Greatest Albums of All Time video didnt go viral immediately, but by summer, Vasquez had become Internet sensation, thanks in part to Jimmy Kimmel, who share clip on Twitter and later invite Vasquez onto his show. His success came with all the trappings of early 2010s Internet fame Double Rainbow video was Auto-tune, and even a cover by Jimmy Fallon. Vasquez scored some promotional deals out of it as well, appearing in commercials for Smartwater, Microsoft, Delta, and telecom company Vodafone New Zealand. Vasquez continued to post regularly on YouTube over the next 10 years, chronicling every aspect of his life, from mundane moments to other marvelous nature scenes. Although none ever garner as much attention as the Double Rainbow video, which has more than 47 million views as of publication, Vasquez seems more than content with that. My life is almost exactly the same as it was before, he said in a 2015 CNN profile. The only thing that really changed is that I do a lot of interviews.

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Headlines: May 11, 2020

MARIPOSA Paul L. Vasquez, burly mountain man whose awestruck reaction upon seeing Double Rainbow propelled him to internet stardom and turned him into a folk hero, has died in Central California. He was 57. Vasquez, who calls himself Yosemitebear on social media, died early Saturday in the hospital emergency room, MARIPOSA County coroners office told the Modesto Bee. The cause of death has not been release. Vasquez had recently posted on his Facebook page that he had gone to get test for COVID-19 but learnt about another unspecified ailment. In January 2010, Vasquez posted on YouTube video shot from his mountainside house of a set of rainbows overlooking Yosemite valley. He notes in the caption that the camera couldnt capture rainbows intensity and brightness. But that wasnt what led to 46 million views of video. It was Vasquezs reaction. Over the course of the 3-minute video, he repeatedly says whoa, laughs and even sobs as he marvels at the sight of rainbows. It Double Rainbow all way across the sky! He exclaim. He goes on to ponder: What does it all mean? Related Articles Wrongful death lawsuit filed over actress Naya Riveras drowning in Ventura County Dolly Parton helps fund Modernas COVID-19 vaccine research Lori Loughlin's rough start in prison Johnny Depp loses UK libel case over wife-beater claims Lori Loughlin surrenders to prison, but COVID-19 will keep daughters away video go viral that summer after talk show host Jimmy Kimmel tweet about it, and it lead to appearances on number of TV shows and commercials for Smartwater, Microsoft and Delta Air Lines. His Double Rainbow is basically a book on what viral video was, Vasquez's friend, Robert Borchard, told the Bee. He called Vasquez an amazing character who was always enthusiastic about the world. In a 2015 interview with CNN, Vasquez said he worked as a Los Angeles County firefighter before moving in the mid-1980s to MARIPOSA, where he worked odd jobs and lived alone in a mobile home close to Yosemite National Park. Cannabis grower and user, he said he wasnt high when he shot the video. He told CNN that his solitude allowed him to connect to nature on a deep level and give him freedom most people could never understand. You ca look at Rainbow anymore and not think about me, he say.

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