October 28, 2009

ICYMI: Hulk opens up about his divorce, thoughts of suicide

Posted: 12:26 PM ET
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S Hudson   October 28th, 2009 1:31 pm ET

I must be so terrible to be so rich and so famous that he would even consider suicide much less have his dirty business spread all over the world. I really get sick and tired of all of these famos people and their pity parties. Why dont you come in live in the real world and deal with real issues like, when am I going to find a job, when is my unemployment going to run out, will I have enough money to pay my bills, do I have enough for food, Important stuff like that. Im sorry but I dont fell sorry for him or even pity him.

peb   October 28th, 2009 9:22 pm ET

someone should have spoken up and tried to stop it; also, the teachers and schools are limited as to what they and teach; they can try to teach positive behavior however their are not to attempt to teach ethics; the parents, guardians and socitety have a huge responsibility in this behavior and trying to change it

Rosaline   October 28th, 2009 9:25 pm ET

I think the way young people are allowed to dress and show off their bodies,makes them suseptable to comments and actions such as this rape. Nothing seems to be off limits. I think the costumes on "Dancing With The Stars" promotes low moral, and it just keeps getting worse. They need to get back to a "little" modesty.

JOE   October 28th, 2009 9:25 pm ET

The Highschool incident .Nobody is talking about the "BUlly's" that are ruling these schools . The kids think I got to play by the Bully's rules rather than the schools or society. The consequenses are for worse in their eyes.

Joe G. (Illinois)   October 28th, 2009 9:28 pm ET

No.. Nothing. I was just gonna say “How come no more talk about Michael Jackson?” It seems to me that it’s all Larry King talks about these days, and so why ever stop? And how come they never made him president when he was still alive? Was it because Borak Obama wanted to make “Change” even though he was less magnificent? How about Hulk Hogan? He don’t want to be giving speeches and having lots of friends?

Mrs. Mav   October 29th, 2009 1:09 am ET

As for this monstrous gang rape, all these "experts' are going on about brain neurons. Nobody is mentioning that these kids are raised without morals. They're terrible bullies and they have access to a lot of internet porn that features long gang rapes. This thing lasted two hours! They had to be emulating something they saw.

Gerald Jolly   October 29th, 2009 9:22 am ET


The world would be a better place without you, and your drug addicted son anyway.

Carmen R   October 29th, 2009 8:34 pm ET

Waaaa, waaaa, waaaa! I can't believe Hulk Hogan wrote a book and is going on the book circuit talking about how we should all feel sorry for him because of his divorce and attempted suicide! Give me a flippin' break! And, he even wears pink on the LKL to show what a big teddy bear he is! Why didn't he just wear a little pink bowtie, like the baby blue one that Chris Brown wore. Puh-lease! These stupid
"stars" just make me sick to my stomach! I don't feel sorry for him for one second! When he donates all of his money to charity and makes his stupid arrogant son give some of his inheritance to that poor boy he left like a vegetable, then maybe... no, on second hand, I agree with Gerald Jolly. He should have just done it! No one is going to feel sorry for him now!

Philip   October 30th, 2009 7:04 am ET

I like the hulkster, he is sincere and straight forward. And the fact that one (stolen) line in James Auther Ray's book affected him deeply is understandable. But the fact that someone steals other peoples wisdom and puts it in a book, does warent their adulation. Ray is not better, wiser or more intelligent than other people. I would argue the opposite. His horrid sweat-lodge and behavior attest to that.

Grace   October 30th, 2009 12:29 pm ET

Regarding the gang rape:WAKE UP CALL ! For 13 yrs I deal with young people for a living, and I can tell you with certainty, as a society we are headed down a very slippery slope due to the way we raise our children. I laughed when I read Richard Heene may be prosecuted and lose his children on charges of "corrupting a minor". As a teacher every day I dealt with parents who coach their children to lie, to avoid accepting responsibility for anything, to take no flack from anyone (ie, avoid co-operating with others, avoid give and take when the situation requires compromise, how to hide behind children's rights legislation, how to intimidate to get your own way, how to be popular at any cost, how to work the system, etc.). I did NOT teach at an inter-city school, and the moral standard I've described was TYPICAL of parents, not a rarity at all. Though I was considered an excellent teacher and well-loved by the community, I could no longer be part of a system that enabled such low standards for young people, it was literally making me sick. I often knew how to solve serious problems but the administration wouldn't let me do it. I left a $43 000 a year job and have been earning $115 000 for the last two years, in a field as far away from teaching as I could find. Kids relfect their upbringing, full stop.

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