I think in the same way there is a reason we don't get to know what really happens after we stop posting on the board, maybe it should be out of Yablonowitz's control and outside of his power to cross that line. It's nothing to do with any sort of religious belief or anything like that. What I do believe is that the internet is a mystery - and human presence on it should be allowed to unfold as it's meant to without our own personal intervention.
He was going to re-make The Warriors? Bullet dodged.
People weren't as passionate when goose died.
2 oz blended whiskey
Juice of 1/2 lemon
1/2 tsp powdered sugar
1/2 slice lemon
Shake blended whiskey, juice of lemon, and powdered sugar with ice and strain into a whiskey sour glass. Decorate with the half-slice of lemon, top with the cherry, and serve.
Suicide is literally the only inalienable right born unto humanity. It's the one thing we all get the option of deciding for ourselves, of having control over. To say that it's a universal ill is, frankly, disrespectful to the magical phenomenon that is self-awareness.
I mean I guess you could take your own parts one by one. You have the right to negate your limbs and digits, too.
I submit to you that it's an undeniable truth. You can be forced into living all manners of ways that are not how you want to live. It is our only inalienable right in that the other things we think of as "rights" can be taken from us at any moment. If you lived in Iran, for example, you wouldn't have the right to do all kinds of shit. If you did some of that shit, they might kill you. Which just goes to show--even in a world where you're brutally oppressed, the one freedom you can almost always take advantage of is the freedom to die.
Guess the initial reports of the circumstances were incorrect.
If its in people magazine it must be true.