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I had never been more stunned and deeply disturbed in my entire life As I watched from the comfort of a friends living room one mans personal hell had just spun wildly out of control and very abruptly ended Life and death captured in vivid Technicolor right on television just for my amusement The world can be a truly wretched place at times I will never forget how the scene unfolded A portly balding middle aged man was standing behind a small podium during what appeared to be a press conference He was speaking to the cameras about some travesty of justice which had befallen him and began calling various acquaintances of his forward from the audience and was handing each a small envelope There was a look of general perplexity throughout the audience during the strange proceedings but their confusion immediately turned to horror as the man behind the podium retrieved a manilla envelope from his desk and from the envelope he withdrew a fully loaded 357 magnum with a 65 inch barrel There was a resounding chorus of No Budd no and several curses as a few of the cameramen dove to the floor The man with the gun tried in vain to calm the panic stricken crowd by waving his free hand around in placating manner and repeatedly saying No After only a few seconds the room quieted and the man said Please leave the room if this will offend you He then said Please stay back this will hurt someone and without any further hesitation he placed the gun into his mouth and pulled the trigger There was a hollow pop no louder than a Fourth of July firecracker as the mans body slumped to the floor At first the only signs that he had been shot were the little wisps of gray hair that had suddenly just stood up as if of their own volition His eyes were staring blankly
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