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Thread: Suicide is cool...just ask Sam.

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    Suicide is cool...just ask Sam.

    I didn't save "this evening"....but I have replacement.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sam View Post
    Bourdain was a true bad ass and an amazing man.
    Not many men have the raw masculinity that he did.

    (My son taught him in private lessons for Brazilian ju jitsu).

    He will be missed by millions.

    He askewed and bypassed the pretentious culinary world to visit the back streets and small homes and establishments to bring us food, music, art and what connects families and friends. His was the only show I have ever routinely watched.

    I will miss him. My heart breaks for him.

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    she said it showed the masculinity of men.
    its akin to trying to lead a horse by holding a carrot near its butt..........it just aint gonna work

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    Pta’s obsession with ‘Sam’ continues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by number four View Post
    she said it showed the masculinity of men.
    Wonder if she ever said that to her sons?

    God, again, with all the flowery adjectives....Sam, Cotton, lala, Persia, just don't give it a rest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealPTA View Post
    Wonder if she ever said that to her sons?

    God, again, with all the flowery adjectives....Sam, Cotton, lala, Persia, just don't give it a rest.
    Won’t give it a rest^^^


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    Quote Originally Posted by number four View Post
    she said it showed the masculinity of men.
    Wonder if she ever said that to her sons?

    God, again, with all the flowery adjectives....Sam, Cotton, lala, Persia, just don't give it a rest.
    "Pretentious culinary" made me giggle, since she likes to tell everyone she's a foodie.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sam View Post
    Bourdain was a true bad ass and an amazing man.
    Not many men have the raw masculinity that he did.

    (My son taught him in private lessons for Brazilian ju jitsu).

    He will be missed by millions.

    He askewed and bypassed the pretentious culinary world to visit the back streets and small homes and establishments to bring us food, music, art and what connects families and friends. His was the only show I have ever routinely watched.

    I will miss him. My heart breaks for him.

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