Discussion in 'News, Politics & World Events' started by GMOTU, Nov 26, 2016.
Or he was part of a "pizza" ring if ya catch my drift
I think his suicide was motivated by the inexorable and intolerable buildup of shame he no doubt suffered from constantly skipping Leg Day.
Fox just reported he was found with a bathrobe cord around his neck. Dude definitely died trying to choke the chicken.
Hang 'n Jerk. Just don't.
Plus, he was a heroin addict as well. Once you're hooked on the smack, the odds of you offing yourself either intentionally or by accident while pursuing some kind of gratification go up exponentially.
I wonder if clownworld will produce some sort of a 'safe' autoerotic asphyxiation device. There is likely a market for it, but the legal risk of such a device would probably be too high.
The iChoke. Connects to your Apple Watch and that has the biometric shut-off safety switch. Bluetooth to a Tenga and hands-free mode available.
Talking to my dad about him and mentioned the junkie angle...you’re probably right. Pops brought up the Faust angle: that he’d sold his soul to go from chef to cable star, and then his contract with the devil was up.
For an alternative, try Keith Floyd's travel/cooking/wine videos on youtube.
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I wonder if there is a strong link between "foodie" and fancy wine culture and depression/suicide. I think there is for sure.
Definitely, they are essentially making an explicit bet that hedonistic pleasure is the path to fulfillment.
I think to strengthen the coorelation you would need to parse out enthusiasam about the production vs. consumption of good food/wine. Obviously there is going to be a big overlap here, but a focus on consumption is the red flag. Someone who's enjoyment comes from perfecting cooking/winemaking as a craft, is much better off than a 'connoisseur'/critic.
Being either a foody or a traveller is an easily accessible consumer identity based on brief hedonism and life image curation online.
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