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Re: Anthony Bourdain RIP

Posted: 08 Jun 2018, 23:36
by Jimbo
Copehead wrote:
mentalist (slight return) wrote:That's really sad. Rest in peace. I've always wanted to have a Uruguayan chivito since watching his show. Not warthog anus though.


Unwashed warthog anus; the best sort probably.


Hey, I said I was sorry.

Re: Anthony Bourdain RIP

Posted: 08 Jun 2018, 23:44
by Copehead
Jimbo wrote:
Copehead wrote:
mentalist (slight return) wrote:That's really sad. Rest in peace. I've always wanted to have a Uruguayan chivito since watching his show. Not warthog anus though.


Unwashed warthog anus; the best sort probably.


Hey, I said I was sorry.


You've probably had it Jimbo; they go big on rectum and anus at Korean BBQ and Yakitori joints, usually under the translation "anal meats".

It is a bit tasteless, incredibly chewy and white, not my favourite, I prefer the small intestine.

Re: Anthony Bourdain RIP

Posted: 09 Jun 2018, 00:48
by Fonz
I’ve a couple of friends who are struggling at the moment, and I worry that something bad will happen.
I’m there for them, and I think they know that, and that I am sincere, but I worry it won’t be enough, of what ever they need at the time that they need it the most.
They’re intelligent, and have access to whatever resources this (NHS) country has to offer. But somehow, in 2018, that might not be enough.

These celeb rich folk are no different. The only difference is, they’ll make the headlines if something bad happens. My friends would be a footnote.

Modern life is tough, whatever your demographic.

What can we do?
(And I don’t ask that question cynically, or rhetorically. I know there’s something we could do, but I/we/society hasn’t nailed it yet).

Re: Anthony Bourdain RIP

Posted: 09 Jun 2018, 01:08
by The Red Heifer
I always enjoyed when I caught one of his shows on the box, unfortunately that wasn't as often as I could, but he was excellent at what he did, and reading the stories on twitter of people who met him and the genuine interest he showed in the life of the average guy in front of him was heartwarming. The guy certainly knew his way around a withering insult too, his words on Henry Kissinger and Cambodia were amazing.

Rest in peace

Re: Anthony Bourdain RIP

Posted: 09 Jun 2018, 09:46
by Sam Stone
RIP Mr. B. Hard not to like someone who today's Times' obit says made the playing of Billy Joel in his kitchen a sackable offence.

Re: Anthony Bourdain RIP

Posted: 09 Jun 2018, 13:42
by zoomboogity
Jimbo wrote:Hey, I said I was sorry.


You can say that again.

Re: Anthony Bourdain RIP

Posted: 08 Jun 2019, 12:37
by Minnie the Minx
A year.
:(