Heart Attack Grill's unofficial spokesman and most loyal customer dies from heart attack

  • Article by: Associated Press
  • Updated: February 12, 2013 - 8:52 PM
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thecynic5712Feb. 13, 13 6:51 AM

Apparently he died doing what he loved, which is more than most folks can say.

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JMarvinFeb. 13, 1310:00 AM

Ah, to the short happy life. John didn't have to experience being old, ugly, wracked with ailments, shunned by employers, widowed, deprived of anything that tastes or feels good, financially dependent, and a problem to his adult children. Preserving extra years of life at all costs is not what it's cracked up to be.

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delefoneFeb. 13, 13 2:50 PM

Yikes! What a depressive version of what life can be for a person. .... Yes, bad things do happen and focusing on the bad and not finding the things that make you happy in spite of the bad, ensures an unhappy fate.

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getcrazyFeb. 13, 13 9:06 PM

"He lived a very full life," said Basso, who seemed shaken when reached by phone Monday evening. "He will be missed."----NO, he lived a short life and actually a pretty limited one if he ate at the same restaurant every single day. I mean seriously - the same place every day? No food is that good. He may have had a full belly but I doubt he had a very full life. Especially considering he died at 52. Someone that dies at 52 and travels a bit and eats a bunch of different food from different places and has different experiences? I would call that a fuller life.

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SubGeniusFeb. 14, 13 2:36 PM

I give the restaurant credit for truth-in-advertising at least... that's got to be good for something!

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