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Old 06-08-2018, 07:14 PM   #51
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AH this sucks.



I always enjoyed his Parts unknown show.



he had a past of serious drug abuse, and it looks like it caught up with him.



RIP anthony.
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Old 06-08-2018, 08:47 PM   #52
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Lots of classless a-holes taking a dump on Charles Krauthammer in the WRP thread and guess what, most of them are your BFF’s on the OM.
Really? I'm not seeing them. I see one negative-ish comment - nothing like the garbage in this thread.

Dumping on anyone's tragedy seems, at the very least, a little gross.
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Old 06-08-2018, 08:52 PM   #53
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Really? I'm not seeing them. I see one negative-ish comment - nothing like the garbage in this thread.

Dumping on anyone's tragedy, other than Tom Brady breaking his ACL in training camp, seems, at the very least, a little gross.
Fyp.
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Old 06-08-2018, 09:06 PM   #54
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Fyp.
Fair point. But I stopped thinking Tom Brady was human years ago. And if he is human, his name is clearly on a contract with the devil. That invalidates his need for my sympathy.
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Old 06-08-2018, 09:18 PM   #55
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Damn. What a sad situation.

You will be remembered well, Anthony.

RIP....
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Old 06-08-2018, 09:44 PM   #56
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Watching the news tonight they were citing stats that suicides are up 25% in the last decade and how depression medications do squat!

I believe it's a point in time thing....you get so down, you say screw it. Where if only someone was there to pull you out of the moment. He had so much to live for.

Val Kilmer was hurting and ripped him....for his selflessness.
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Old 06-08-2018, 10:03 PM   #57
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Lots of classless a-holes taking a dump on Charles Krauthammer in the WRP thread and guess what, most of them are your BFF’s on the OM.
Just can’t seperate the WRP from the main forum huh?
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Old 06-08-2018, 10:06 PM   #58
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Watching the news tonight they were citing stats that suicides are up 25% in the last decade and how depression medications do squat!
Given that the potential side effects of most anti-depressants include suicidal thoughts, this shouldn’t be surprising.
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Old 06-08-2018, 10:31 PM   #59
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Given that the potential side effects of most anti-depressants include suicidal thoughts, this shouldn’t be surprising.
You said it before, we aren't equipped to deal with the society we created. Some handle it better than others. Demons are real. Mental illness is real. Trying to understand the mind of someone in that deep depression is a fools errand. As someone who has been there, it's not a cry for help. You're in such pain that you're convinced the world is a better place without you.
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His works were a huge influence on me. One of the reasons I reached out and worked with students from diverse backgrounds in school. They had a hard time feeling welcome in rural America. We connected through food and I encouraged them to not be shy about sharing their part of the world with us. He is one of the primary reasons I write. This is really ****ty news and just brings back ****ty feelings O have been dealing with for months now. Too many people are dying.
Don't worry, we're here for you bro.

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There is lots of good stuff on Youtube. I had never seen his show he had on the Food Netwrok before the Travel Channel


Here he went to Cambodia... wow... no thank you!! This is a really good episode


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Anderson Cooper had a great 10 minute bit.




Anthony Bourdain net worth: Anthony Bourdain was an American chef, author, and television host who had a net worth of $16 million dollars at the time of his death in 2018. Anthony Bourdain was born in 1956 in New York City. He was a 1978 graduate of the Culinary Institute of America. He became internationally popular in 2000 with the release of his first book, "Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly". In 2001 he released the book "A Cook's Tour" and also hosted a television show by the same name. In 2005 Anthony Bourdain began hosting the Travel Channel's culinary and cultural adventure programs "Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations" and "The Layover". Rather than serving as chef at a particular establishment, Anthony Bourdain traveled cooked, and told stories in popular books and TV shows. Anthony Bourdain also wrote the books "The Nasty Bits", "Anthony Bourdain's Les Halles Cookbook", "Bone in the Throat", Gone Bamboo", "Typhoid Mary: An Urban Historical", "No Reservations: Around the World on an Empty Stomach", and "Medium Raw: A Bloody Valentine to the World of Food and the People Who Cook", which is the sequel to "Kitchen Confidential". Anthony Bourdain's articles and essays have appeared in publications such as "The New York Times", "The New Yorker", "Los Angeles Times", and "Gourmet". He also authored the books Appetites: A Cookbook, Bobby Gold, Get Jiro!, and Get Jiro!: Blood and Sushi. In 2013 Anthony began hosting a CNN program called "Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown". He won Primetime Emmy Awards in 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016 for Outstanding Informational Series or Special for Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown. He also won a Daytime Emmy Award in 2014 for Outstanding Culinary Program for The Mind of a Chef. Tragically, Anthony Bourdain died on June 8, 2018 of an apparent suicide.

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Really? I'm not seeing them. I see one negative-ish comment - nothing like the garbage in this thread.

Dumping on anyone's tragedy seems, at the very least, a little gross.
Yeah there is 10 posts on Krautheimer and only 1 possibly two are remotely disrespectful..... Snowflakes everywhere
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Old 06-09-2018, 06:12 AM   #64
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He had sad eyes
I said the same thing to my wife yesterday. He always had a sad air to him. I never saw anything he did prior to joining CNN. I will have to check it out.
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His girlfriend seemed to be pretty fired up just 3 hours before his death about something?

https://people.com/food/asia-argento...ourdain-death/
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Fantastic read on Bourdain here:

https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2...moveable-feast
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Old 06-09-2018, 09:19 AM   #67
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RIP
I am no stranger to suicide, my cousin and closest childhood friend hung himself on thanksgiving;
There will be no peace for his family and friends...ever.

AS for his book, KITCHEN CONFIDENTIAL, I bought it, read it, but did not finish it, he describes the restaurant industry with its back room filth based exclusively on his OWN EXPERIENCE IN NEW YORK AND BACK EAST!
I have been in the restaurant industry since 1970 and I can tell you that restaurants from California to TEXAS do not operate like the festering shyte holes that AB descrtibes in his book !

He says a dirty bathroom is not a deal breaker?
sorry AB you are dead wrong.

He once described over-cooked lobster as having the taste of "DOLL HEAD"
I think it was the most perfect food description he has ever uttered.
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AS for his book, KITCHEN CONFIDENTIAL, I bought it, read it, but did not finish it, he describes the restaurant industry with its back room filth based exclusively on his OWN EXPERIENCE IN NEW YORK AND BACK EAST!

You mean a man writing a book about what he saw in his decade + of running restaurants is going to put in his own experiences?

No way man. No way.


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Old 06-09-2018, 11:46 AM   #69
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You mean a man writing a book about what he saw in his decade + of running restaurants is going to put in his own experiences?

No way man. No way.


He made it sound like what he experienced was common practice in EVERY independent restaurant in america, unless it was mcdonalds.
"this is what goes on in your favorite restaurant"
he did a" sideways merlot" on the restaurant industry !
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“I would probably have been happy as an air-traffic controller.”

Highest suicide rate of all professions.
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Old 06-09-2018, 12:11 PM   #71
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" For fifteen years, more or less, I’ve been travelling two hundred days a year. I make very good friends a week at a time.”


This is a sad lonely man who can ingratiate himself to anyone, and yet has no lasting friendships.
The POTUS goes out of his way to have lunch with him, and yet he feels alone.
tragically sad.
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" For fifteen years, more or less, I’ve been travelling two hundred days a year. I make very good friends a week at a time.”


This is a sad lonely man who can ingratiate himself to anyone, and yet has no lasting friendships.
The POTUS goes out of his way to have lunch with him, and yet he feels alone.
tragically sad.
Thousands of acquaintances don't make up for one or two good friends that are there when you need them.

It's hard when you have any notoriety, it's bad if you are a mayor/prominent business owner/church leader, because people always talk to you when they need something, or feel you can help them, but usually don't offer anything in return.

I can't imagine how hard it would be to be a celebrity figure where you have millions of people like that. No time to yourself, and nobody really loves you for you.

There is a reason celebrities have so many drug problems.
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He made it sound like what he experienced was common practice in EVERY independent restaurant in america, unless it was mcdonalds.
"this is what goes on in your favorite restaurant"
he did a" sideways merlot" on the restaurant industry !
You seem to think a person's individual experiences are wrong, and substitute what you think or feel in their place to "correct them". You seem incapable of realizing...



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My thoughts on AB are insignificant.

In his first book, he portrayed his experience as being the status quo for the entire industry; that was my greatest disappointment, now utterly insignificant.
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others express their thoughts on AB and how he influenced their perspectives.
I appreciated and respect their thoughts,
I shared mine.
you?
you saved your best gif for just the right moment,
AB would be proud.
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