‘Doctor Death’ dead.

Jack Kevorkian died this morning.  He was best – actually, only – known for being an enthusiastic supporter of assisted suicide.  Frankly, I think that he got off on killing people.  Sure, Kevorkian did it with their permission and participation, and only then – but you looked in his eyes, and there was something there looking back that fed on death.  Something that was always hungry.

Oh, well, he’s no longer humanity’s problem.


  • Rob Crawford says:

    He also painted, and produced “works” that would be right at home in an exhibition of Lovecraft mythos artwork. He didn’t assist with suicide in order to end suffering; he did so because he loved to watch people die.

  • Demosthenes says:

    Respectfully disagree. As long as people agree with his sick and twisted philosophy of death, he’ll ALWAYS be our problem, in the deepest and most powerful sense of that phrase.

  • PubliusNV says:

    Goodbye to one more serial killer.

  • The Detroit Free Press investigated and found that dozens of the people Kevorkian killed either were not close to death or were perfectly healthy.

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