What Does Jeffrey Epstein's Suicide Mean?

Aug 14, 2019

Epstein wanted to surround himself around his own fantasy: money for nothing and the chicks for free. Or maybe it was something else like an unresolved trauma that wasn’t carefully treated. As a reminder, I have a written a post on PTSD. It seems all you have to do is take a shower or a trip to the Niagara Falls to move on.

Today I’m taking inspiration from 2 Queen songs to get inspiration on this tragedy: a brilliant banker that abused women (some as young as 14 years old). According to Jimi Hendrix, we will start riding broomsticks around age 15. And someone will blow all other magicians on the scene.

Maybe Epstein had made lots of enemies. Spending your life throwing people out of the window is a dangerous lifestyle. I’m a kind of lifestyle blogger and let me summarise it again: as long as there’s good music, I will feel good.

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Is Suicide Worth Your Dollar?

I have come up with my own definition of suicide and it’s not a defenestration: it’s looking at the Swiss side of life (secure bank accounts, wonderful mountains, serene translucent lakes).

But we know what’s the process behind this black magic called self-destruction: suspicion, certainty and defenestration.

Lebanon was once considered the Switzerland of the Middle East. I also read Beirut was like Paris of the Middle East. And let me remind you this way of life can put you to the test: throwing people out of the window.

We’re going to have to face it: he was addicted to chicks for free since he was so fortunate. Of course, he had to face the occasional yoyo and he couldn’t play the guitar on the MTV.

Please let me remind you what my investigation found out: we’re not interested in money or sex or fights. All that is important to us is finding the right words. How bizarre if I wasn’t able to order a coffee while writing on that blog!

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Was His Fantasy All That Mattered?

Some people like to remind you you lack some realism: how many times did I hear a soccer commentator complaining some players lacked realism?

Maybe Epstein wasn’t interested in reality anymore: he couldn’t believe the news today. He couldn’t close his eyes and make it go away. Jesus Christ is back and this time he will get it right.

You know I’ve spend some time as a journalist in the sex industry. You don’t end up here all by yourself. Most of the time you were looking for a standard of performance. You could call that bitchin’: there’s no crisis if there’s some kind of compensation.

The Phoenix Suns’ medical staff would like to remind us compensating is no way to go through life.

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Why Was The Window Open Exactly?

So many things have been written and said about windows. In a previous post, I was talking about how migrants could be a window on the world. I was one of them: a window on Lebanon and the Oriental fantasy of having docile women in a harem.

I guess defenestration only matters if you live above the 2nd floor.

Defenestration is the act of throwing someone or something out of a window. The term was coined around the time of an incident in Prague Castle in the year 1618 which became the spark that started the Thirty Years’ War.

This was done in “good Bohemian style” and referred to the defenestration which had occurred in Prague’s City Hall almost 200 years earlier (July 1419), which also at that occasion led to war, the Hussite war. The word comes from the New Latin de- (out of or away from) and fenestra (window or opening). Likewise, it can also refer to the condition of being thrown out of a window, as in “The Defenestration of Ermintrude Inch”.

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Another Story About Urban Bohemia.

While the act of defenestration connotes the forcible or peremptory removal of an adversary, and the term is sometimes used in just that sense, it also suggests breaking the windows in the process (de- also means removal).

But since Epstein must have lived in the urban jungle, chances are he wished he was a bohemian. And all he was thinking about was getting off.

In April 2005, police of Palm Beach, Florida, began investigating Epstein after a parent complained that he molested her 14-year-old daughter. After an investigation, prosecution, and plea negotiations, Epstein pleaded guilty and was convicted by a Florida state court of soliciting a prostitute and of procuring an underage girl for prostitution on June 30, 2008.

Sometimes it’s so hard to get that sunny feeling. I guess the key would be to give the bottomline because people don’t have time to read.

Nicolas Sursock

Nicolas is a musician. His work now focuses on digesting 10000 songs of jazz, blues, soul, rock, funk and electronic. He plays the guitar if he's not blogging!