Dave Freeman, co-author of the best-selling book 100 Things to Do Before You Die, died this week at the age of 47 after falling at home and hitting his head. Freeman had visited about half the places in the book, his co-author Neil Teplica said. “He didn’t have enough days,” Teplica said, “but he lived them like he should have.”
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