You won't see me coming....
JuliaM-From first reports his death looks like it has more in common with that of Michael Hutchence than Kevin Greening- nobody else was in the hotel suite.He has 4 (presumably now grown up) children, so 'de mortuis nil nisi bonum' seems appropriate in this instance.
True, it's just that I wasn't blogging when Hutchence checked out! ;)
It's a bit weird. The guy was so famous and really quite a cool actor! Do you think there was some sort of strangulation sexual stuff going on? Stranger things have happened I suppose but he was found in his wardrobe?!?!?
"Do you think there was some sort of strangulation sexual stuff going on? " Well, if you're going to hang yourself, you only need to put the rope around your neck...Although I've noticed a few reports on the news now nentioning that he'd talked of suicide. Which is strange, because not too long ago, people (even coroners) would go to the ends of the earth NOT to hint at suicide if they could possibly avoid it. Now it's 'Yup! Suicide! Must have been!'...
As Mark points out though, it's a hell of a tragedy for his family, now that there's no possible way of covering it up, as they surely could have done had he done this at home.
Its bad taste buthttp://andtherewasmethinking.wordpress.com/2009/06/04/method-acting/forgive meMummy x
Gwass-hopper say: no more.STB.
Fame and money obviously not enough for some people. I find it strange that people who achieve their dreams could become so desperately miserable that they end their own lives.
Well, if you're going to hang yourself, you only need to put the rope around your neck...Quite.Rope round the neck and genitals in one news report I read.Perhaps this is why many hotels offer the Timney Channels these days - a quick hand shandy is always safer than a badly-executed (sic) 'Milligan Manoeuvre.
"I find it strange that people who achieve their dreams could become so desperately miserable that they end their own lives." A dangerous practice, but perhaps the 'flirting with death' bit was what turned him on?"a quick hand shandy is always safer than a badly-executed (sic) 'Milligan Manoeuvre." Certainly safer. Unless Jacqui comes home early and catches you in the act!
"a quick hand shandy"Certainly safer. Unless Jacqui comes home early and catches you in the act!How do we know it wasn't all part of some sort of marital game?"You naughty boy...kiss my jackboot!"I've made myself nauseous now...
And me! ;)
It's ages since we've had a decent comedy death, like Milligan or Rod Hull or Michael Hutchence*... so all I can say is excellent work, Carradine!* In a way, it's a tragedy that the bloke out of East 17, who managed to run himself over with his own car while in a drunken stupour, survived - that would have been the all time greatest rock'n'roll comedy death ever.
Who needs a good agent when you have a manager like this: "I do not know if you want to call it accidental," Chuck Binder, Carradine's manager, told CNN's Larry King on Thursday. He said Carradine's career was on a roll.Binder said a producer of the movie, "Stretch," which Carradine was to act in, called him from Thailand to tell him what was happening there."I do not want to get in the middle of this whole investigation, but this guy said to me for sure there was foul play," Binder said.
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