Ron Jeremy and his penis in critical condition

TMZ.com has reported that Ron Jeremy and his nine-inch penis are both currently in critical condition in a Los Angeles hospital.

The famously out-of-shape porn star, who has been one of the most famous faces in the business since the 1970s, was experiencing chest pains earlier today. He subsequently drove himself to L.A.’s Cedars-Sinai hospital, where doctors discovered an aneurysm near his heart.

The 59-year-old Jeremy has porked an estimated 4,000 to 5,000 women over the course of a career that has seen him appear in over 2,000 adult movies. He is currrently heading into surgery. Assuming everything goes okay, look for him to wake up post-operation, lumber off the operating table, and promptly bang the living shit out of two candy-stripers a third of his age, not to mention weight.

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Dian Hanson
Well, we sure hope it goes that way, but the survival rate is not good for a ruptured aneurysm. We're all crossing our fingers here in LA and hoping our friend comes through.
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Jenny Tailya
I was one of those 5000 :( Get well.
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Chancho
He made good time getting to the hospital, though his dong got there two minutes before.
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RUK
May his recovery be long and hard
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Tracey Fitzgerald
I was shocked to read this on TMZ today. I told my family and we are all praying for Ron. He is a super nice person and the world isn't ready to see him go anytime soon.
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Diane Rennehan
Maybe he porked too many ... hard on the heart at his age
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out at night
Thumbs down on some of the above expressing sincere wishes for someone to live?

Wow.
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Pat Crowe
His penis came out of its burrow and saw only a shadow of it's former self?
Early spring...yeah!
Get well soon to the Hedgehog.
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out at night
Okay, just to be clear, my last comment was expressing surprise and dismay that anyone would give a thumbs down on comments expressing wishes for a guy to live, to survive a health problem and get out of the hospital alive.

So. I checked back several hours after posting that and lo and behold my comment has two thumbs down! Alright haters, why don't you show yourselves and tell us why exactly you think it's bad for people to hope a guy gets well? Is Ron Jeremy evil? Why?
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RUK
@out

Yeah. But, Hedgehog Jeremy is not just the ill human being Ron Hyatt, he is also iconic and representative of an industry which many people of good will absolutely despise on moral and ethical grounds. (And he is reportedly not even well liked in that industry.)
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IT'S CALLED A GROUNDHOG
@ Pat

I think you mean a groundhog.
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2 inch penis guy
100 bux he has no medical insurance and will require a fundraising gangbang.
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Bruce
@outatnight....After reading many comments in the Straight and other publications that offer a thumbsup/thumbsdown rating choice, I've come to the conclusion that people react to the way a comment is written and not just the comment itself. (humour, sarcasm, irony...not everyone gets that stuff).
Ps...the term 'haters' has zero meaning. (it's also a fave of Sarah Palin when she doesn't have anything to say..."haters are gonna hate").
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Norman Fox
Hang in there Ron!
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out at night
@Bruce

Warning - digression on use of word haters:

Nice try shaming me with comparison to S. Palin! Ouchy! My use of the word is, however, very literal. It means "those who hate". I've re-read some of the above comments that earned a bunch of thumbs down and in most cases the writing was simple and clear in wishing the guy well. Okay, I suppose it's possible that they were rejected on the basis that they were too sincere and lacked sufficient sparkle and/or wit; but I doubt it. I still believe that the thumbs down arise from people who think, "No, I hope the guy dies!"

And really, who cares? It's not as if the Straight's comments page will affect the outcome one bit, right? On the other hand, it strikes me that the internet in general has contributed to an overall trend towards hard-heartedness. Just look at the unfathomably cruel and callous remarks left by some creeps when someone commits suicide due to bullying.
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