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    Default Discrete methods of suicide

    So far I can only think of driving your car into a tree at high speed. And maybe publishing cartoons depicting Muhammed. Any other ideas?

    By "discrete" I mean methods which will not be readily identified as suicide.

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    Like, eating fatty food for 50 years and eventually dying of cardiovascular disease?
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    Death by cop seems popular.
    Let's do this thing.

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    Death by old age.
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    Water intoxication.

    Or become a martyr, and Kill George W. Bush.
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    Narcissism, plain and simple.

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    I think you mean discreet. Discrete means something entirely different, and doesn't quite make sense here.

    But umm....any sort of car accident (especially if you have the foresight to drink some alcohol first).

    Or finding a grizzly cub and poking it with a stick for a while until the mother shows up.

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    Taking a bleacher seat in Yankee Stadium while wearing an authentic Red Sox uniform.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    And maybe publishing cartoons depicting Muhammed.
    I think that would be readily identified as suicide (identified as suicide - I feel like Jesse Jackson here).



    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    I think you mean discreet. Discrete means something entirely different, and doesn't quite make sense here.
    No, see, you don't understand. He means a non-continuous method...
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    Like, eating fatty food for 50 years and eventually dying of cardiovascular disease?
    Yeah, like not that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by htb View Post
    Taking a bleacher seat in Yankee Stadium while wearing an authentic Red Sox uniform.
    Damn straight. :steam:
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