Skip to comments.Heart Attack Grill spokesman dies from heart attack
Posted on 02/12/2013 11:51:00 AM PST by Para-Ord.45
The second unofficial spokesman for the Heart Attack Grill in downtown Las Vegas has died from an apparent heart attack.
John Alleman suffered a heart attack last week as he waited at the bus stop in front of the restaurant, located inside the Neonopolis at Fremont Street and Las Vegas Boulevard.
Alleman was taken off life support shortly after 1 p.m. on Monday, said restaurant owner Jon Basso. He was 52.
"He lived a very full life,"
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the key is really good cuts of meat. and not a mountain of them, but enough you’re happy without being a fat bastard about it.
***** “Id like to die in my sleep when the Lord calls me and avoid all that mess but a massive, fatal MI isnt too bad of a 2nd exit option.” *****
I’m shooting for falling into a Vat of Beer and my Cigar (that didn’t get wet) with a letter from a Victoria’s Secret Model in my pocket telling me how much she enjoyed our time together. Just so when my EX has to look at the huge (smile on my face) when she identifies my body.
I find it ironic that in modern usage “literally” is usually used to mean the opposite - i.e. “figuratively”.
As in... “I was so amazed my head literally exploded!”.
Yeah...unless it really did!
On the Alanis scale of 1 to 10, I’d give it a 62 since nothing she mentions in the song is particularly ironic.
“I want to die like my grandfather did. Peacefully, in his sleep, not screaming in terror like his passengers.” - Jack Handey
Hold the fries, I’m on a diet!.
[ Alleman, who weighed about 180 pounds, is proof that heart attacks could happen to anyone, Basso said.
Excuse me if I get a second opinion from a real doctor, one who doesn’t also talk his “world’s most calorific burger”. ]
That burger is Cadaver-iffic!
A little skimpy on the fries there...
Darn it, they don’t want you fill up on the “bread” first....
Usually the best steakhouses have the worst/smallest free bread and the worst steakhouses have the best free bread.
“He lived a very full life,”
FULL life, get it, HA HA HA HA HA!!!!
Writing a hit song about irony without successfully citing a single instance of irony scores a 10 on the Alanis Morriset irony scale. ;)
Thanks for the ping!
The Heart Attack Grill made the news not too long ago, but it was encouraging people to come in. I’ve always thought I might want to eat there, since I don’t worry about my cholesterol.
The last time I was on Fremont and Las Vegas Blvd, the most “dangerous” eatery was the Memphis Barbecue. I avoid that area like the plague.
They have tried to spiff it up, but it’s still Downtown Las Vegas. Not my favorite place to be.
We used to watch “Man vs. Food” on Netflix, and I never had the slightest interest in eating that much food. Some of the things that guy would eat looked like a heavy, high-cholesterol meal for my whole family and a couple of neighbors.
When our younger sister was a really short person, she would go downtown with some of her school pals and step into the bakery, moving off to the side to avoid being in the way.
When asked if they could be helped, they said, “No, thanks. We just want to smell.” I could do that at the Heart Attack Grill! And Olive Garden. And Marie Callender’s. ;o]
Oh, definitely ... and anywhere there’s Central American food!
I took some Godiva chocolate to church last night and handed it out to some of the education staff. I thought I’d have to haul one of the ladies down from the ceiling, the fumes were that strong.
I’ve never had the pleasure of a Godiva chocolate, but I’m thinking it’s far too decadent for my purse. :o|
Now, I thought that, too ... but then I was told that when Mrs. Turner, mother of one of my Tiger Cubs, went into the store with her adorable 4-year-old twins, she not only got all the chocolate she contributed to the Den’s basket at a steep discount, but they also gave free samples to the boys. (Mrs. Turner must be an alien, because she doesn’t eat chocolate!)
The sticker prices are *really* high, but Mr. Turner told me all the items were no more than $10, when it came to checkout.
100% concur! Folks in my neighborhood live to be 80-100+ years, and they don’t use artificial sweeteners and low fat foods. They just work hard. Have fun!
WHOA! I can resist anything but temptation!
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