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Reply #120 posted 06/11/18 4:01pm

poppys

KoolEaze said:

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Oh jay-sus. Rose McGowan is a drama grabber and Rolling Stone loves the click bait. Bourdain's death is not about Argento or McGowan or Harvey Fucking Weinstein, it's about Anthony Bourdain. But she managed to glom it all in there. Argento requested privacy, now we're told Rose was asked to write that. Most of it is about them, not Anthony Bourdain. Not even one personal story or remembrance of him from Rose.

Personally, I don't need to know how old McGowan's father was when he died right now. And the line about Argento going to work to put food on her children's table - according to wiki she's worth 16 million. It chaps me when rich people talk about needing to feed their children, like they live hand to mouth. Shut up already.


Oh, I absolutely agree with you that they both make it about themselves rather than about Tony.

I just thought it´s still an article that might be interesting to some.


lol Appreciate you posted it so I could get my rant out Koolz.

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Reply #121 posted 06/11/18 4:19pm

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poppys said:

KoolEaze said:


Oh, I absolutely agree with you that they both make it about themselves rather than about Tony.

I just thought it´s still an article that might be interesting to some.


lol Appreciate you posted it so I could get my rant out Koolz.

I thought I read years ago that Rose McGowan dealt with depression (and yeah, I know she's a drama queen! LOL)

There's no them...there's only us...
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Reply #122 posted 06/11/18 7:57pm

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luvsexy4all said:



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luvsexy4all said:


how come that fine ass he was tappin didnt help him or cheer him up



Same question, different guy...??



?? im talkin argento...



Yep I was being funny. Fail sad
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Reply #123 posted 06/11/18 10:33pm

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From People Magazine

Although Anthony Bourdain and his estranged wife Ottavia Busia separated in 2016, their divorce was not finalized before his sudden death last Friday.

According to sources, Bourdain’s remains will be transported to the United States for his funeral without delay as soon as his next of kin makes their wishes known to authorities. Since their divorce was not finalized, Busia, who is mom to their daughter Ariane, 11, is still legally his next of kin.

“We are only awaiting the wishes of the family,” Pascal Lohr, Mayor of Kayserberg-Vignobles tells PEOPLE. “Everything then will be done as quickly as possible.”

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Reply #124 posted 06/12/18 6:03am

poppys

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From People Magazine

Although Anthony Bourdain and his estranged wife Ottavia Busia separated in 2016, their divorce was not finalized before his sudden death last Friday.

According to sources, Bourdain’s remains will be transported to the United States for his funeral without delay as soon as his next of kin makes their wishes known to authorities. Since their divorce was not finalized, Busia, who is mom to their daughter Ariane, 11, is still legally his next of kin.

“We are only awaiting the wishes of the family,” Pascal Lohr, Mayor of Kayserberg-Vignobles tells PEOPLE. “Everything then will be done as quickly as possible.”


Interesting. Well, at least there will be no doubt who inherits the estate, his daughter ultimately. That's something.

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Reply #125 posted 06/12/18 6:14am

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purplethunder3121 said:

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lol Appreciate you posted it so I could get my rant out Koolz.


I thought I read years ago that Rose McGowan dealt with depression (and yeah, I know she's a drama queen! LOL)

Yes she has. She just got indicted yesterday on a cocaine charge too. Supposedly she left her wallet on the plane when she went to the Women's March and it had coke in it. She says it's a Weinstein frame, whatever.

Bourdain started a relationship with a woman he knew had been treated for being suicidal. That says a lot. That statement makes them all sound crazy.

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Reply #126 posted 06/12/18 6:35am

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luvsexy4all said:

maybe his suicide is a reaction to open relationships


Noticed she slipped that in there too. Lame - the whole statement was blatant PR damage control.

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Reply #127 posted 06/13/18 9:12pm

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https://www.msn.com/en-us/tv/news/netflix-to-continue-streaming-bourdains-parts-unknown-after-fan-outcry/ar-AAyABUe

Fans mourning the loss of Anthony Bourdain have succeeded in convincing Netflix to continue streaming his show.

On Tuesday Netflix tweeted it had extended a licensing agreement that allowed "Parts Unknown" to keep airing in the United States.


CNN is currently airing the 11th season of "Parts Unknown."

After Bourdain's death, the network decided to air the previously scheduled new episode, set in Berlin, on Sunday. That episode was followed by an hourlong tribute special.

The final two episodes of the season will also air as scheduled, at 9 p.m. ET Sunday and on June 24, according to a CNN spokeswoman.

The "Remembering Anthony Bourdain" tribute will air again at 8 p.m. ET Sunday.

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Reply #128 posted 06/14/18 9:29am

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Chef, writer and television host Anthony Bourdain has reportedly been cremated in France, just days after he died by suicide.

Bourdain's ashes are expected to be flown back to the United States on Friday, a source claimed to People Magazine.

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Reply #129 posted 06/16/18 10:22am

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Why did they cremate him so fast?

"My motherfucker's so cool sheep count him."
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Reply #130 posted 06/16/18 10:31am

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2freaky4church1 said:

Why did they cremate him so fast?


Maybe because he killed himself. Maybe those were his wishes as well. Why wait - after a suicide there is that giant vacuum that sucks all the 'celebration of life' out of people. Probably very private for family now.


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Reply #131 posted 06/16/18 7:32pm

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2freaky4church1 said:

Why did they cremate him so fast?



I wondered the same. I would have wanted to see my deceased loved one again
Before cremation. But I’m guessing that unless they preserve the body that might not be possible, so cremation would need to get underway.
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Reply #132 posted 06/17/18 11:01am

kmama07

Just saw this thread.
Fucking drag.
Feel awful for his daughter.
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Reply #133 posted 06/17/18 12:29pm

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Anthony Bourdain had a deep love affair with Mexico and Mexican cuisine


He enjoyed tlayudas in Oaxaca, tostadas in Ensenada and migas in Tepito

Saturday, June 9, 2018

“Mexico. Our brother from another mother. A country, with whom, like it or not, we are inexorably, deeply involved, in a close but often uncomfortable embrace. Look at it. It’s beautiful. It has some of the most ravishingly beautiful beaches on earth. Mountains, desert, jungle. Beautiful colonial architecture, a tragic, elegant, violent, ludicrous, heroic, lamentable, heartbreaking history.”

There could be no doubting chef Anthony Bourdain’s deep love of Mexico — and particularly authentic Mexican food — that was cultivated during several trips to various parts of the country and which he wrote about in a 2014 essay entitled Under the Volcano.

But the writer, television personality and celebrity chef’s love affair with Mexico — and many other countries around the world — has come to an end. Bourdain died in France yesterday by his own hand. He was 61.

[Edited 6/17/18 12:32pm]

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Reply #134 posted 06/17/18 1:04pm

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https://www.msn.com/en-us/foodanddrink/other/the-one-country-where-anthony-bourdain-refused-to-film-an-episode/ar-AAyF7Ew

The One Country Where Anthony Bourdain Refused to Film an Episode

Marissa Laliberte
2 days ago


The late Anthony Bourdain was world-famous for breaking down barriers to other countries’ cuisines, showing the world why you shouldn’t fear the unfamiliar. He rarely shied away from any crazy food choices (he once ate a still-beating cobra heart in Vietnam), but he did refuse to visit one surprising country.

No, Bourdain wasn’t afraid of political turmoil or unsanitary conditions. He was scared of Switzerland.

That’s right, Bourdain had a 'morbid fear' of a country famous for peace and chocolate. 'I must have had some terrible childhood experience while watching Sound of Music that I blocked out,' he told Conan O’Brien on Conan. 'Even alpine vistas, like snow-capped peaks or Lake Geneva, or cuckoo clocks or those hats with the feathers—even the cheese; it’s scary to me.' (Learn 13 more ways Anthony Bour...world eats.)

Like with any irrational fear, Bourdain couldn’t put his finger on what it was that freaked him out about the Swiss, but yodeling did spike his anxiety even more. 'You just feel that in your marrow,' he said. 'I mean, it’s horrifying.'

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Reply #135 posted 06/19/18 7:20am

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SuperFurryAnimal said:

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Quit stirring shit? You say ridiculous things, post gigantic in-our-face photos and never miss a disturbing detail. All the time acting like you are spiritually above the rest of us. At least I can carry on an actual conversation.

To me it was disturbing for other orgers to post that suicide is bravery. It goes against everything I believe in spiritually. If people are feeling suicidal seek help.


They commit suicide because they are mentally tormented beyond reason or chemically out of balance and therfore cannot just seek help. If it were *that* easy and uncomplicated then no suicides would exist at all. Have some compassion.

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Reply #136 posted 06/19/18 7:21am

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poppys said:


https://www.msn.com/en-us/foodanddrink/other/the-one-country-where-anthony-bourdain-refused-to-film-an-episode/ar-AAyF7Ew

The One Country Where Anthony Bourdain Refused to Film an Episode

Marissa Laliberte
2 days ago


The late Anthony Bourdain was world-famous for breaking down barriers to other countries’ cuisines, showing the world why you shouldn’t fear the unfamiliar. He rarely shied away from any crazy food choices (he once ate a still-beating cobra heart in Vietnam), but he did refuse to visit one surprising country.

No, Bourdain wasn’t afraid of political turmoil or unsanitary conditions. He was scared of Switzerland.

That’s right, Bourdain had a 'morbid fear' of a country famous for peace and chocolate. 'I must have had some terrible childhood experience while watching Sound of Music that I blocked out,' he told Conan O’Brien on Conan. 'Even alpine vistas, like snow-capped peaks or Lake Geneva, or cuckoo clocks or those hats with the feathers—even the cheese; it’s scary to me.' (Learn 13 more ways Anthony Bour...world eats.)

Like with any irrational fear, Bourdain couldn’t put his finger on what it was that freaked him out about the Swiss, but yodeling did spike his anxiety even more. 'You just feel that in your marrow,' he said. 'I mean, it’s horrifying.'


whoa. He was a complicated person, for sure.

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Reply #137 posted 06/19/18 7:53am

poppys

DiminutiveRocker said:

poppys said:


https://www.msn.com/en-us/foodanddrink/other/the-one-country-where-anthony-bourdain-refused-to-film-an-episode/ar-AAyF7Ew

The One Country Where Anthony Bourdain Refused to Film an Episode

Marissa Laliberte
2 days ago


The late Anthony Bourdain was world-famous for breaking down barriers to other countries’ cuisines, showing the world why you shouldn’t fear the unfamiliar. He rarely shied away from any crazy food choices (he once ate a still-beating cobra heart in Vietnam), but he did refuse to visit one surprising country.

No, Bourdain wasn’t afraid of political turmoil or unsanitary conditions. He was scared of Switzerland.

That’s right, Bourdain had a 'morbid fear' of a country famous for peace and chocolate. 'I must have had some terrible childhood experience while watching Sound of Music that I blocked out,' he told Conan O’Brien on Conan. 'Even alpine vistas, like snow-capped peaks or Lake Geneva, or cuckoo clocks or those hats with the feathers—even the cheese; it’s scary to me.' (Learn 13 more ways Anthony Bour...world eats.)

Like with any irrational fear, Bourdain couldn’t put his finger on what it was that freaked him out about the Swiss, but yodeling did spike his anxiety even more. 'You just feel that in your marrow,' he said. 'I mean, it’s horrifying.'


whoa. He was a complicated person, for sure.


My guess is he was one of those people that just couldn't turn it off. It really is a survival skill and why people that aren't as intellectually intelligent fare better in life sometimes imo. Similar to Prince in a way. I woke up this morning thinking neither of them knew how to get old. You have to be willing to let stuff go while still engaging and it's hard. I'm their same age and it's been much harder to transition to the 60's than I expected.

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Reply #138 posted 06/19/18 8:18am

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He had an in - to so many places us regular people never could. This is from Cajun Mardi Gras Feb 2018, aired Sunday on Parts Unknown.

http://www.theadvocate.co...e2dba.html


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Anthony Bourdain dons a traditional costume and mask for his Courir de Mardi Gras experience in Grand Mamou last February.

Finally, Mardi Gras arrives

Mardi Gras arrives, and Boudain feels 'like he should warn people." The revelers gather in costume -- and with plenty of beer. The group first stops at a retirement home to dance a bit. After that kind gesture, and before 9 a.m., Bourdain observes everyone is quite, say, full of beer. For a few minutes, viewers see Cajun Mardi Gras for what it is -- grown (drunk) men chasing chickens as they parade from home to home. "Kind of like trick-or-treating ... if everyone was drunk and competing for the last peanut butter cup," Bourdain notes.

'Memorable if nothing else'

Bourdain takes the drive-through line at First Lutheran Church in Lafayette to receive ashes on Ash Wednesday. Then he heads to Suire's in Kaplan. No frills here. The restaurant and grocery has its menu written on the wall outside. Bourdain polishes off an oyster po-boy, crawfish étouffée and a slice of pecan pie. After his Cajun Mardi Gras experience Bourdain notes he has a few bruises, a minimal hangover but is feeling pretty good. "Memorable if nothing else," he says, as the show winds down, "...through the parting clouds of cruel winter there is light and hope and the onset of spring."

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[Edited 6/19/18 9:07am]

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Reply #139 posted 06/19/18 11:19am

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poppys said:

DiminutiveRocker said:


whoa. He was a complicated person, for sure.


My guess is he was one of those people that just couldn't turn it off. It really is a survival skill and why people that aren't as intellectually intelligent fare better in life sometimes imo. Similar to Prince in a way. I woke up this morning thinking neither of them knew how to get old. You have to be willing to let stuff go while still engaging and it's hard. I'm their same age and it's been much harder to transition to the 60's than I expected.


And sometimes people are just clinically depressed. Look at Spalding Gray - his mother committed suicide so there is that hereditary element, but after a near fatal car crash his depression became unmanagable. He had a loving wife and children and a solid career and I am sure he did therapy and took anti-depressants but he still killed himself. The mental anguish these people suffer is unbearable. So sad sad

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Reply #140 posted 06/19/18 11:24am

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That was a great episode.


Another thing that I noticed when they went to commercials some of the Ads were dedicated to Bourdain from the Ad Company.

poppys said:

He had an in - to so many places us regular people never could. This is from Cajun Mardi Gras Feb 2018, aired Sunday on Parts Unknown.

http://www.theadvocate.co...e2dba.html


ABPU_S11_Cajun5__1_.0.jpg

Anthony Bourdain dons a traditional costume and mask for his Courir de Mardi Gras experience in Grand Mamou last February.

Finally, Mardi Gras arrives

Mardi Gras arrives, and Boudain feels 'like he should warn people." The revelers gather in costume -- and with plenty of beer. The group first stops at a retirement home to dance a bit. After that kind gesture, and before 9 a.m., Bourdain observes everyone is quite, say, full of beer. For a few minutes, viewers see Cajun Mardi Gras for what it is -- grown (drunk) men chasing chickens as they parade from home to home. "Kind of like trick-or-treating ... if everyone was drunk and competing for the last peanut butter cup," Bourdain notes.

'Memorable if nothing else'

Bourdain takes the drive-through line at First Lutheran Church in Lafayette to receive ashes on Ash Wednesday. Then he heads to Suire's in Kaplan. No frills here. The restaurant and grocery has its menu written on the wall outside. Bourdain polishes off an oyster po-boy, crawfish étouffée and a slice of pecan pie. After his Cajun Mardi Gras experience Bourdain notes he has a few bruises, a minimal hangover but is feeling pretty good. "Memorable if nothing else," he says, as the show winds down, "...through the parting clouds of cruel winter there is light and hope and the onset of spring."

bawl

[Edited 6/19/18 9:07am]

[Edited 6/19/18 11:25am]

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Reply #141 posted 06/19/18 12:19pm

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DiminutiveRocker said:

poppys said:


My guess is he was one of those people that just couldn't turn it off. It really is a survival skill and why people that aren't as intellectually intelligent fare better in life sometimes imo. Similar to Prince in a way. I woke up this morning thinking neither of them knew how to get old. You have to be willing to let stuff go while still engaging and it's hard. I'm their same age and it's been much harder to transition to the 60's than I expected.


And sometimes people are just clinically depressed. Look at Spalding Gray - his mother committed suicide so there is that hereditary element, but after a near fatal car crash his depression became unmanagable. He had a loving wife and children and a solid career and I am sure he did therapy and took anti-depressants but he still killed himself. The mental anguish these people suffer is unbearable. So sad sad


nod Loved Spalding Gray. rose

Went to performances of the Wooster Group in the 80s. Amazing.

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Reply #142 posted 06/19/18 12:32pm

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poppys said:

DiminutiveRocker said:


And sometimes people are just clinically depressed. Look at Spalding Gray - his mother committed suicide so there is that hereditary element, but after a near fatal car crash his depression became unmanagable. He had a loving wife and children and a solid career and I am sure he did therapy and took anti-depressants but he still killed himself. The mental anguish these people suffer is unbearable. So sad sad


nod Loved Spalding Gray. rose

Went to performances of the Wooster Group in the 80s. Amazing.

ME TOO! I saw him perform "Gray's Anatomy" - read all his books and I think "Swimming to Cambodia" was brilliant. He spoke openly about his depression, which is why I compared him to Bourdain.

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Reply #143 posted 06/23/18 12:35pm

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No Narcs were found in his system.

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Reply #144 posted 06/23/18 1:12pm

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No Narcs were found in his system.


Either way, it would mean nothing to me. I hope the French system will be kinder to Anthony than the US system was to Prince - and let sleeping dogs lie.

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Reply #145 posted 06/23/18 1:30pm

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PennyPurple said:

No Narcs were found in his system.


Either way, it would mean nothing to me. I hope the French system will be kinder to Anthony than the US system was to Prince - and let sleeping dogs lie.

Shows me he wasn't using again.

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Reply #146 posted 06/23/18 5:11pm

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PennyPurple said:



poppys said:




PennyPurple said:


No Narcs were found in his system.




Either way, it would mean nothing to me. I hope the French system will be kinder to Anthony than the US system was to Prince - and let sleeping dogs lie.



Shows me he wasn't using again.


Exactly.
And why is it they were able to determine that so quickly compared to other similar cases? Like Prince took a bit and Dolores O'Riordan (to my knowledge) hasn't been confirmed at all?
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Reply #147 posted 06/24/18 5:56am

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kmama07 said:

PennyPurple said:

Shows me he wasn't using again.


Exactly. And why is it they were able to determine that so quickly compared to other similar cases? Like Prince took a bit and Dolores O'Riordan (to my knowledge) hasn't been confirmed at all?

For one thing, the investigations are in 3 different countries. From my perspective, nobody famous should die in America and have all the details dragged through the (photo) streets. Inhumane.

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Reply #148 posted 06/24/18 7:08am

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kmama07 said:


PennyPurple said:


Shows me he wasn't using again.




Exactly. And why is it they were able to determine that so quickly compared to other similar cases? Like Prince took a bit and Dolores O'Riordan (to my knowledge) hasn't been confirmed at all?


For one thing, the investigations are in 3 different countries. From my perspective, nobody famous should die in America and have all the details dragged through the (photo) streets. Inhumane.


I don't disagree. Just noting the difference of how things are handled in different countries
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Reply #149 posted 06/24/18 7:21am

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kmama07 said:

poppys said:

For one thing, the investigations are in 3 different countries. From my perspective, nobody famous should die in America and have all the details dragged through the (photo) streets. Inhumane.


I don't disagree. Just noting the difference of how things are handled in different countries

hug

It can take months to get toxicology in the US, not sure why, it is not centralized for one thing. But we make people endure "rape kits" and then never process the results because we don't have the money. France seems to do a lot better. No clue about London, where O'Riordan died.

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