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    Quote Originally Posted by steppemaster;3485168;
    Unfortunarely this kind of accidental death happens all too often--everywhere--including in the US.

    But most jurisdictions in the US don't release the details of such incidents so most people are not aware of the frequency of this kind of activity or of its sometimes tragic consequences.
    Yes, it probably does occur all too often.
    I had only heard about the one around his neck initially. Then, late yesterday, the other one.
    I remember first reading about this in the General's Daughter, a novel by Nelson De Mille, many years ago.
    With your prior background, you've probably seen this quite a lot.
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    Heard tonight that the people most involved in autoerotic asphyxiation deaths are teen and senior citizens, and that they did find a shoe print in the room (possibly on the bed?) that did not match Carradine's shoes. And who tied his hands? It was also reported that in his divorce documents, his wife had cited "deviant sexual behavior". Goodness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by imissme;3485134;
    I do wonder, mostly due to his age, if there were any of those infamous little blue pills found nearby? At 72 it seems had to believe that he was in the mood to do what the media is implying without the help of Viagra. Gotta admit I didnt even know a guy that old could do that. I am not really familiar with him as an actor but his picture looks kinda freaky. Maybe he wasnt really an actor so much as another freak who could read lines?
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    Quote Originally Posted by imissme;3485134;
    I do wonder, mostly due to his age, if there were any of those infamous little blue pills found nearby? At 72 it seems had to believe that he was in the mood to do what the media is implying without the help of Viagra. Gotta admit I didnt even know a guy that old could do that. I am not really familiar with him as an actor but his picture looks kinda freaky. Maybe he wasnt really an actor so much as another freak who could read lines?
    He wasn't a favorite actor of mine, but he was an actor in my opinion, not just a line reading freak. I enjoyed his contributions in Nashville and Box Car Bertha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prhoshay;3485384;
    It was also reported that in his divorce documents, his wife had cited "deviant sexual behavior". Goodness.
    I have to bear "divorce documents" in mind, as well as the fact that what amounts to 'deviant' in one persons mind equates to pedestrian in anothers.

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    Having been through a divorce, you don't just tend to throw malicious things out there when you are giving reasons why you want to get out. You need to be able to back up what you are saying that go into the equation of why you want to be set free. Your attorney, generally, just won't stand for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by imissme;3485134;
    I do wonder, mostly due to his age, if there were any of those infamous little blue pills found nearby? At 72 it seems had to believe that he was in the mood to do what the media is implying without the help of Viagra. Gotta admit I didnt even know a guy that old could do that. I am not really familiar with him as an actor but his picture looks kinda freaky. Maybe he wasnt really an actor so much as another freak who could read lines?
    You should go back and familiarize yourself with some of his work. He was a decent actor both on tv and the movies. He did some good work, he did some mediocre work, just like most actors, but freak? I don't think so. If the newspapers hadn't printed all the gory details, no one would have even thought freak.
    It's a shame what happened to him and that all this is coming out especially as he has a family.

    Also many older people have very satisfying sex lives without the aid of little blue pills. People 72 and older actually do have generally active lives in all aspects. Age is relative and in this day and age, I believe agism is almost as bad as sexism or racism. There's plenty of people going strong well into their 80's and 90's, so 72 isn't all THAT old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by myrosiedog;3485961;
    You should go back and familiarize yourself with some of his work. He was a decent actor both on tv and the movies. He did some good work, he did some mediocre work, just like most actors, but freak? I don't think so. If the newspapers hadn't printed all the gory details, no one would have even thought freak.
    It's a shame what happened to him and that all this is coming out especially as he has a family.

    Also many older people have very satisfying sex lives without the aid of little blue pills. People 72 and older actually do have generally active lives in all aspects. Age is relative and in this day and age, I believe agism is almost as bad as sexism or racism. There's plenty of people going strong well into their 80's and 90's, so 72 isn't all THAT old.
    I am sorry. But, I gotta stick with my "eww" to this old guy doing what they say he was doing. I know I am young, but, seriously that is really really old. Everytime I look at his picture on TMZ I cant help but get the shakes over the thought of him in that closet. Ew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imissme;3486097;
    I am sorry. But, I gotta stick with my "eww" to this old guy doing what they say he was doing. I know I am young, but, seriously that is really really old. Everytime I look at his picture on TMZ I cant help but get the shakes over the thought of him in that closet. Ew.
    That is not really, really old and one day you will be that age, but hopefully you will get more empathetic to older folks before you reach 72.

    Yeah, what he was doing is kinda gross, but it's his business and regrettably I don't think the news needed to go into detail about it.

    But older people are still people and as such, still have the same sort of lives that younger people do whether you want to think about it or not. Just because they've lived longer, doesn't make them any less as humans, in fact, they have the added experience of their years.
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    As someone older than you, Mrd, thanks for taking up for us older fogies. Our skin is just a little bit wrinklier than the young ones!

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    Quote Originally Posted by imissme;3486097;
    I am sorry. But, I gotta stick with my "eww" to this old guy doing what they say he was doing. I know I am young, but, seriously that is really really old. Everytime I look at his picture on TMZ I cant help but get the shakes over the thought of him in that closet. Ew.


    Well--people of every age do that kind of activity. And people of every age end up dead without meaning to be for one reason or another.
    It's a fact of life.

    And conversely it is a fact that people can commit suicide by asphyxiation by merely leaning forward.....




    Btw--most likely he was in the closet because of the availability of the clothes rod.

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