Dead Celebrities: For Each of These, the Train Has left the Station . . .

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Let’s all be grateful the Drug Cartels are looking out for us

Maybe you haven’t noticed, but celebrities with more money than brain-power have been dropping like flies over the years. CPR – which, as we explain in our book “The Paramedic Heretic” pretty much doesn’t work on anybody – didn’t work on them, either. For your edification, here are but a few entertainment movers & shakers who allowed “healthcare” to lure them into early gravesites:

Prince

His real name was Prince Rogers Nelson, and we were on a first-name basis

  • Prince, 57, musician
  • Corey Haim, 38, actor
  • Brittany Murphy, 32, actress
  • Lesley Carter, 25, actress
Carrie Fisher

Carrie Fisher’s unexpected drug-death killed her mother, Debbie Reynolds too, the very next day. Reynolds died of a bleed in her brain and a break of her heart

  • Carrie Fisher, 60, Star Wars Princess Leia
  • Gidget Gein, 39, musician
  • Peaches Geldof, 25, fashion model
  • Lisa Robin Kelly, 43, actress
  • Bobby Hatfield, 63, Righteous Brothers vocalist
18th Annual Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

Bobby Hatfield & Bill Medley. The Righteous Brothers vocals were called “Blue-eyed Soul” for good reason

  • Heath Ledger, 28, actor
  • John Pinette, 50, actor
  • Anna Nicole Smith, 39, former Playmate of the Year
  • Michael Jackson, 50, singer
  • Amy Winehouse, 27, musician
  • Steve Bechler, 23, Baltimore Orioles pitcher
  • Vic Chesnutt, 45, musician
  • Greg Geraldo, 44, comedian
  • James “Ultimate Warrior” Hellwig, 54, professional wrestler
  • Corey Monteith, 31, actor
  • Amy Tryon, 42, Olympic equestrian team
  • Brian Adams, 38, singer/songwriter
  • Bridgette Andersen, 22, actress
Whitney Houston & Daughter Christina

Whitney Houston and Bobby Christina. Like mom, like daughter – drugs + bathtubs = naked dead women 

  • Matthew Ansara, 35, actor, bodybuilder
  • Erica Blasberg, 28, professional golfer
  • John Belushi, 36, comedian
  • Len Bias, 23, basketball player
  • Elisa Bridges, 28, Playboy Playmate

 

KEN CAMINITI

With talent to burn

 

  • Ken Caminiti, 42, baseball player
  • Andy Irons, 32, professional surfer
  • Christopher Bowman, 40, figure skater
  • Lisa Robin Kelly, 43, actress
  • Brian Epstein, 34, entertainment manager
  • Chris Farley, 33, comedian
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They called Thomas Kincade “The Painter of Light”

  • Thomas Kincade, 54, artist
  • Adrienne Nicole Martin, 27, model
  • Paul DeMayo, 37, bodybuilder
  • Eric Douglas, 36, actor, comedian
Danny Gans

Very funny and extremely talented on stage

  • Danny Gans, 52, Las Vegas entertainer
  • Margaux Hemingway, 42, model
  • Chris Kelly, 34, musician
  • Derek Boogaard, 28, professional ice hockey player
Billy Mays

They said the man could sell sand in the desert and ice cubes in Alaska

 

  • Billy Mays, 51, TV salesperson
  • Michael Carl Baze, 24, horse jockey
  • River Phoenix, 23, actor
  • Dana Plato, 34, actress
  • Freddie Prinze, 22, actor, comedian
  • Rachel Roberts, 36, actress
  • Whitney Houston, 48, singer
  • Phillip Seymour Hoffman, 46, actor
Phillip Seymour Hoffman

Phillip Seymour Hoffman: One phenomenal actor

  • Mitch Hedberg, 37, comedian
  • Anissa Jones, 18, child actress
Elvis Presley

He could out-sing and out-rock everything, but the 20 pills a day and his drug-dealing MD

  • Elvis Presley, 42, The “King” of Rock & Roll

 

The only question worth asking at this point? Who’ll be the drug cartels’ next famous victims? Stay tuned, because just like the Doritos commercial says, “they’ll make more!”

The Indecent Assault of Advertising: In a Brighter Future It’ll be Criminal

Go ahead. Tell us. How much smarter the ads of today really are. How much healthier are we now, than we were then, because scamsters convince you to pop stuff into your mouth without thinking?

BABY 7 UP

 

In some communities 40% of grade-schoolers are obese. Our chubby kid rate has gone up 300% since 1980. Can’t imagine why.

 

DOC n CIGS

 

It doesn’t matter what your situation is, the toxin cartels are expert at convincing you that you have a problem , , , and they have the cure.

FEM HYGIENE   Facing divorce?  Simple fix: Lysol your genitals.   

CHICKS n BURGERS          How would YOU sell hamburgers?

Think these are wise ads for the mentally fragile to see? 

Vintage Ad Prozac

TOE BUG

 

 

 

How much dumber are those, than this of today?

PEP VITAMINS       

 

 

You’d have to be pretty darn naïve to believe the old stuff, right?

 

 

 Well, if it’s named after doctors . . . .

MD TOILET PAPER

                    Yep. We’d never fall for these blatant manipulators these days

BEER Gardening ad

CELERY ENEMA

 

 

 

Who could fall for this idiocy?

 

 

 

 

Want the short answer?HEALTHY CIGS

You do. Your neighbors do. Your family does. Millions fall for nonsensical, manipulating advertising, every damned minute of the day. Why?

Because we are too mentally lazy to look up the truth, even when it’s right at your fingertips.

It has never been easier than right now, to wise up about what you put into your mouth, or allow in our homes.

Think about it.

KID w ASSAULT RFLE

We reap what we sow.

EKG art

 

 

 

 

Our Newest Social Disease? “Sensitivity Coma.” It Turns Smart Folks Into Idiots

The ‘Mind-Freeze’ Tolerance of Outrageous Behavior

Consider this:

18 months before the day the World Trade Center was destroyed, a civil service staff member at a Florida branch of the Department of Agriculture had an unnerving encounter with the Muslim leader of the 911 attack: 33-year-old Egyptian fanatic Mohammed Atta.

WTC

We can thank the idiocy of ‘cultural inclusion at all costs,’ for this

Atta had walked into her office one morning in May 2000 and ordered the woman at the desk to immediately issue him a loan for $600,000. “I need to buy a plane,” he said mysteriously. The woman was more than a little surprised, but told Atta there was a process involved in borrowing money from a U.S. government agency, and that process started with an application.

Atta exploded in anger. She was being unreasonable! Probably because he was a foreigner! How would she like it if he climbed over the desk and just took the money?

Mohamed Atta“Maybe I should just cut your throat with my knife.”

To her credit, the government employee remained calm and explained that her office did not deal with cash at all. Any and all transactions were issued by mail and by check. But it all started with an application of need.

While the frightening encounter was going on, as the woman explained to the FBI later, Atta noticed a large aerial picture on the office wall displaying sites of interest – such as the Lincoln Memorial – in the nation’s capital city. Atta demanded that she sell him the photograph. And when she explained it was not for sale, he went off on another bizarre tirade, threatening to blow up the landmarks and monuments in the picture. And it wasn’t long before he started asking her questions about the World Trade Center.

Now, a mental case walking into anyone’s office is troubling enough. But to our mind, what’s far more troubling is the mind-frame of the woman behind the counter.

I sensed the man was trying hard to make the cultural leap from his country to ours,” she told authorities.

Yes, indeed. She really did say that.

So, let’s peel back a few layers of this onion. A psycho ambles into your workplace unannounced and threatens to rob the company safe. He yammers that he needs to buy an airplane. He freakishly starts threatening to blow up government buildings and sites of historical significance. He blurts out that he could easily slash your throat. Did this educated professional government employee think it might be a bright idea to contact law enforcement and tell them . . . oh, we don’t know , , , what just happened?

She did not.

I felt bad for him, and was trying to make his transition into our society easier.”

Lord, love a duck you people.

This poor, apparently well-meaning lady, was so addicted to her “tolerance” of garbage-level behavior, that in her zeal to bend over backwards to accommodate immigrants – she failed to recognize her brain was tilted more to the Left than the Tower of Pisa.

And it hurts our mouth to report the mentally-challenged folks who think like this number in the millions.

In fact, so prevalent is it to remain “tolerant” of outrageous behavior at all costs – behavior that would shoot warning flares towards anyone capable of logical thought – that it is outright blinding us to the new normal: the zeitgeist of the group-think, “we have no right to be judgmental” nonsense.

Well, here’s a news flash: yeah, we really do have that right. In fact, we owe it to ourselves and our children. It’s called social responsibility.

In the end, this deliberately fragile-minded woman gets to live the rest of her life knowing that her inaction when it mattered – her visceral craving to be non-judgmental – rendered her wholly incapable of recognizing what a child could have seen: there was a shark in the town swimming pool.

Well, you know the rest, do you not? The following year, this same wild-eyed religious freak, Mohammed Atta, crashed a Boeing 767 into the North Tower of the World Trade Center, killing everyone on board. The crash led to the collapse of the tower, ultimately causing the deaths of over 1,600 civilians and first responders in the North Tower.

Oh, and that comment he’d made about slashing an American’s throat? He got the opportunity to do that, too – in the name of Allah, of course.

Moral of the story? Tolerance – taken to the extreme – is the skeleton of an adult with no ethical spinal column.