“Dr. Death” Kevorkian Was One Creepy Dude

October 15th, 2013 by Michael Tabor


I am for one, 100% for euthanasia, and the belief not being any different from what we do with our beloved pets, only makes sense, to peacefully end the life of a human being who can never be cured, has zero quality of life and is only in pain and suffering needlessly.

Having said that, the person to whom you should never turn if you had for example terminal cancer or ALS, would be the ghoulish Dr. Kevorkian (he died anyway 5/26/1928 – 6/3/2011 . I initially thought that Dr. K., though a little eccentric, and a little too obsessed with the macabre, was actually doing, though monumentally depressing, a very necessary and noble deed. However, I just discovered the very, and I mean very disturbing artwork of “Crazy Jackie.” Check it out….it is not for the faint of heart.

A whole book could be written about the moral and ethical practice of euthanasia but I just wanted to throw this up on WhaDaWeThink and get your reaction.

P.S. – We here at WhaDaWeThink, have made an editorial decision to make our blogs basically short and to the point. For months, we’ve had complaints from people who have stated that, though we love your blog, we just can’t read and respond all of the time. Hence, we’ve clipped our blogs a bit in the hopes that maybe this will meet your needs in your very busy day in a world with a prodigious glut of information.

So WhaDaYaThink ? What do you think ?  “Crazy Jackie !!!” – lol

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6 Responses to ““Dr. Death” Kevorkian Was One Creepy Dude”

  1. Michael Tabor Says:

    Holy Jeez….look @ this one ??

    This guy was one twisted MFer

  2. magdalena Says:

    What other skeletons must be lurking in his closet? Ghastly!

  3. Son of Walt Says:

    Cool artwork. I wished I owned a couple of his pieces

  4. Colleen Says:

    Dr. K’s taste in art does not change my opinion that he did, indeed, provide a necessary (majorly depressing) service. We should love and respect our family members as much as we do our pets and allow them to go when it is time instead of keeping them around for selfish reasons, which is what people tend to do in those incurable, hopeless situations.

  5. Rick Says:

    Dont you all think he picked a bizarre mission in life. Would you have done this? If so maybe you have some creepy artwork too.

  6. Michael Tabor Says:

    I agree with you Rick – MORBID !!!

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