Originally posted by Genus
The media is simply getting caught red handed lying about how someone millions of people cared about died, just to save his image. Yeah no doubt it's embarassing, but it's time to grow up. He died playing a dangerous sex game, so tell the TRUTH, move on, and tell people to be careful about doing it themselves. Personally I give him credit for trying new things all the way to the end.
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Originally posted by tristar
reply to post by HunkaHunka
Just as in politics and public figure is open to what ever anyone may say based on his opinion.
Again when i posted the comment regarding his family, my intentions were exactly that. Do you think his immediate family is brushing this off as an accidental suicide or do you think they at some point thought "wtf, why like this". I very certain that behind the closed doors and with all the grief that accompany's a tragedy like this there are always thoughts of that nature.
Originally posted by wclv13
I find it hard to believe a 72 year old was doing auto aphyxiation.
Bet more facts about this case will come out.
Originally posted by wclv13
If he had been doing it for 40 years, why did he do it the wrong way this time?
Originally posted by Gazrok
I'd like to put forward the idea that the circumstances of his death (if this is true) illustrate the dangers of this type of activity, and that maybe it will cause those who want to try it, to at least think about it, and consider the dangers, take some precautions, etc.
Originally posted by _Phoenix_
I've never heard of such a thing, how does it pleasure you?
KILL Bill star David Carradine once tied himself up in a crucifix position as part of a solo kinky sex game.
The actor - found dead last week - was obsessed with bizarre sex acts.
He got a thrill riding horses bareback in his Speedos, his third wife Gail Jensen said.
And he would often tie himself up in his bedroom.
But Gail was stunned when she found him trussed up in the cellar as if on a cross.
He'd left a trail of Post-Its for her to follow - but when she confronted him he just said: "I'd like a sandwich."
He stayed tied up there for hours as pals had dinner upstairs.
She also told how he experimented with drowning himself in their swimming pool.
He would fall asleep under water - only waking up when his dogs started barking.
Gail - the third of Carradine's five wives - admitted she thought her ex-husband's behaviour was a "little weird".
But she put up with it because "our love was deep".
Carradine, 72, was found hanging in the wardrobe of his hotel suite in Bangkok last week with a rope around his neck, hands and genitals.
Gail married him in 1988 but they divorced nine years later. She said: "He was a wonderful man except for those serious times."