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This guys is mega rich and can't even find a suit that actually fits him properly?

(11-09-2015 04:54 AM)pitt Wrote:  Every time I see a minority dude dating a white (specially blonde) girl here, ''y'all'' act like he won the lottery and then start hating. They were simply dating like any other couple, maybe she was dating him for money but do you understand that some white girls find minority dudes attractive?

Hating? You sound a bit sensitive about this, she's no prize at all herself but do you really think she's with this short, fat, ugly, nerdy looking guy because she finds "minority" guys attractive?
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(11-11-2015 11:04 AM)Teutatis Wrote:  This guys is mega rich and can't even find a suit that actually fits him properly?

I would say the majority of British Indian men have bad dress sense. It's never as bad as guys born in India, but stuff like this dude walking on his trousers, with sleeves touching his knuckles is par for the course. I blame a lack of role models growing up.
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(11-11-2015 01:27 PM)Surreyman Wrote:  
(11-11-2015 11:04 AM)Teutatis Wrote:  This guys is mega rich and can't even find a suit that actually fits him properly?

I would say the majority of British Indian men have bad dress sense. It's never as bad as guys born in India, but stuff like this dude walking on his trousers, with sleeves touching his knuckles is par for the course. I blame a lack of role models growing up.

You're literally the first and only person I've ever heard mention this.
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(11-11-2015 01:27 PM)Surreyman Wrote:  
(11-11-2015 11:04 AM)Teutatis Wrote:  This guys is mega rich and can't even find a suit that actually fits him properly?

I would say the majority of British Indian men have bad dress sense. It's never as bad as guys born in India, but stuff like this dude walking on his trousers, with sleeves touching his knuckles is par for the course. I blame a lack of role models growing up.

I don't think my sleeves ever touch my knuckles, but I've never heard that one before. I'll make sure I never let it happen.
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This is pertinent to this forums interests. I'm posting relevant bits:
Quote:Did the man who had everything jump to his death because he feared he'd lose it all? RICHARD KAY on the death of Angad Paul

By Richard Kay for the Daily Mail

Published: 00:52 GMT, 14 November 2015 | Updated: 00:58 GMT, 14 November 2015

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The bride was radiant. She wore her blonde hair in a chignon and her strapless gown emphasised her figure.

But as Michelle Bonn strolled among the 600 guests celebrating her wedding at Lancaster House, a Victorian mansion in the heart of London, their eyes were drawn as much to the groom at her side, one arm wrapped proprietorially around her slim waist.

Shorter by a head than his statuesque wife, Angad Paul was wreathed in smiles. ‘He had a look of triumph on his face, a sense of great accomplishment,’ one guest recalls. ‘She was a great beauty and you could tell that he was enormously proud to be marrying her.

‘I remember someone saying he had the look of a man well and truly in the winners’ enclosure, a man who would never stray.’

As the heir to his father’s steel and manufacturing empire, Angad had already secured many of life’s glittering prizes. Marrying the sassy lawyer he first clapped eyes on in a pizza parlour at the wrong end of the King’s Road was the jackpot.

None of the who’s who of the political establishment gathered to witness the match between the Jewish girl from Kensal Rise — a magistrate’s daughter — and a scion of Hindu ‘royalty’ could have imagined that little more than ten years on, the tycoon’s son would fall to his death from their penthouse home.

Asked to describe the qualities of Angad, whose father is Indian-born peer Lord Paul, friends single out loyalty and steadfastness. ‘He was a devoted son and family man, pure and simple,’ says one.

Last night, those closest to the 45-year-old businessman were left wondering whether his devotion to the family name, which symbolises the entrepreneurial zeal of Britain’s Asian community, might have contributed to him taking his own life.

Caparo Industries, which his father had built from a £5,000 bank loan into a global colossus before handing it over to his son, went into administration last month and was on the brink of collapse. More than 400 jobs had been lost and 1,200 were in the balance.

Certainly, Angad had taken those losses personally. ‘He felt the loss of the jobs was a real tragedy,’ said a business acquaintance.

Six days after his death, his grief-stricken family are still seeking answers about the act of desperation by a man for whom life was marked from childhood by a gentleness and convention.

He loved nothing more than family life — he and Michelle had two children, a daughter aged ten and a son of seven. He was a mentor to his nieces, nephews and cousins.

Indeed, the extended family shared the family home, a vast property opposite the BBC’s Broadcasting House in central London, which had been divided into ten sumptuous apartments.

But Angad had also spent several years battling severe depression. According to restaurateur Arjun Waney, who co-owns Zuma in Knightsbridge and the Arts Club in Mayfair, he had been prescribed medication for the condition.

‘He was a wonderful person if you met him and you wouldn’t have thought he was depressed,’ Waney said, adding: ‘But he was always on pills for depression.’

Of one thing we can be certain: his death is unlikely to be bracketed with the notorious roll call of the super-rich unable to cope with their wealth.

On the contrary, he appeared almost ambivalent to riches, on one occasion observing: ‘Money is for me a measure and a tool, and it needs to be applied appropriately, but I think wealth is really something where you can tangibly see the overall betterment of society.’
When his daughter Amalia was safely delivered in a London hospital after what friends say was a ‘troublesome birth’, he bought incubators for the ward and, at the request of the staff, arranged for the old apparatus to be sent to a clinic in Ghana.


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Such was his love for life and his pursuit for a deeper understanding of the human condition that over the past decade he spent time with tribes in the Amazon rainforest. A friend said Angad was ‘fascinated by their culture’ and had a strong ‘connection with nature’.

What his family made of Michelle Bonn, now a high-flying media lawyer, when he first brought her home is not known. According to friends of the patriarchal Lord Paul, a peer since 1996 who has donated £500,000 to Labour, it had been thought Angad might have married into the family of a prominent Delhi businessman.

But Angad, whose early ambition was to be a film producer, never forgot the stunning blonde he met when she was 17 and he was 22 at Pucci Pizza, a raffish hang-out of the womanising baronet Sir Dai Llewellyn in World’s End, Chelsea.

The youngest of Lord Paul’s surviving children — daughter Ambika died from leukaemia as a child — Angad was the only one born in Britain after the peer made London his home when he came from India for Ambika’s treatment.After her death in 1968, Lord Paul stayed on in the UK to start his steel business.

Angad followed his twin brothers, Ambar and Akash, now 57, to Harrow. A bright student, he continued his studies in the U.S., gaining a BSc in economics from the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Michelle, 41 next week, was also educated abroad. After fee-paying South Hampstead High School and London University where she read Italian, she studied film at the University of Bologna in Italy.

Following their first youthful encounter, the couple lost touch for a long time but, while working in Hong Kong, Michelle decided to call Angad after a friend mentioned his name.

‘When I came back to London, we met up for a date and that was it. I don’t think I left his house from that day on,’ she has said.


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That was in 1999 and, when invitations to their wedding ceremony went out in 2004, friends and family were left in no doubt that the bride’s Jewish faith and the groom’s Hindu heritage would be honoured. RSVPs had to be emailed to ‘[email protected]’ or ‘[email protected]’. The civil ceremony was held at the Landmark Hotel near Regent’s Park, followed by a reception in a marquee at London Zoo.

This was a poignant choice because the zoo is the site of the Ambika Fountain, built in memory of Angad’s sister, whose final days were enlivened by regular visits to see the animals. Lord Paul, 47th on the Rich List, also gave £1 million to the Zoological Society to set up a children’s zoo.

Both cultures were recognised throughout the nuptials. The marquee was split in two. While the Hindu half was ornate, using bright oranges and fuchsias, the other half had formal candlelit tables.

In the Hindu way, the couple exchanged garlands and honoured each other’s parents by touching the feet of their new in-laws, while to observe the Jewish ritual, they received seven blessings. The catering included mini bagels and mini naan breads. Following their London reception, they flew to India for parties in Delhi, Rajasthan and Mumbai. No sooner were they back in London than preparations began for the reception at Lancaster House, usually reserved for state occasions.

The guests included the then Chancellor Gordon Brown, Labour peer Baroness Amos, former Foreign Secretary Robin Cook, former Tory Chancellor Lord Lawson and broadcaster Lord Bragg.

Indian entrepreneur and author Suhel Seth, who knew Angad since he was a child, says it was a happy and successful marriage.

‘He was very much in love with Michelle, she was welcomed and accepted into the family,’ he says. ‘There were no issues about race or religion. Everyone adored her.

‘Whenever I saw Angad with his wife and children, I thought he was such a warm and loving father and husband. They say: “God takes those he loves most first.” This is certainly the case with Angad. He was always full of life and had an infectious laugh.

‘In a way, he sparkled; he would light up any room he entered. Being around him was like having Diwali [the Hindu festival of lights], but all year around.’

What undoubtedly helped bring Angad and Michelle together was their love of film. He made a shrewd investments in both Indian and British movies.

Angad was a founder of louche West End nightclub Chinawhite — he loved to DJ at parties — and teamed up with fashion designer Stella McCartney’s husband Alasdhair Willis to launch upmarket furniture brand Established & Sons.

But steel was still the core business and it began to buckle as a result of the combination of cheap imports from China, high energy prices, business rates and debt.

Angad had already begun scaling back investment projects in the film industry when, last month, the company was forced into administration.

As his problems mounted, Michelle was finding success in the law. After running the commercial bookings department of IMG Models and working as chief legal officer for a TV company, she joined Mayfair-based New Media Law. She specialised in civil litigation in media and entertainment law and intellectual property.

Close friend and business associate Aditya Khanna said he noticed Angad had lost weight and was a ‘little stressed’ when he saw him at a business meeting last month: ‘We planned to get together this week for dinner, so his death has come as a huge shock. It is hard to take.’

Yesterday, his friends were gathering for his funeral. They will be wondering still what drove this popular and well-liked man to take so final a step.

Was it the handicap of inherited wealth, a failure to reproduce the success of his father or some inner demons?

The chances are it was a combination of all three.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-...z3rV29rx7S
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I think it's obvious part of what happened here:

He first met the girl when he was 22 and she was 17 at a pizza parlor. He got oneits bad, and never forget her or got married. She on the other hand, found out his net worth when she was at Hong Kong years later, and got in touch with him. It worked better than she ever expected; he wifed her up.

Years of her nagging, and possibly obvious disappointment in him (short and fat) and cheating, and thus definitely no sex being provided in the bedroom, resulted in him getting on anti depressants. Then his business failed, and he realized not only had he let his family down (in his mind anyway, as there was probably little he could have done over cheap imports and massive price falls of steel) but that his wife would probably dump him and move off with the kids and whatever was left of his family fortune, now that what was keeping her around was no longer going to be there.

Thoughts?

(I do not mean to sound callous; the guy sounds really great, your standard Nice Guy ™ and therein lies the problem. He really needed to hit the gym first and foremost; with his $$$ he could have hired the best personal trainers and nutritionists, the latter of which would have made him daily meals on the spot. Then he needed some advice on how to handle his wife, though being in great shape would solve much of that as well.)
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And the wife has never been investigated whether she 'helped' her husband to fall?
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So..update on this.
Quote:Labour peer's steel magnate son, 45, told his family 'I can't provide for you' after his firm collapsed then jumped to his death from his penthouse balcony while his children played inside

The son of a billionaire steel magnate jumped to his death from the balcony of his multi-million pound penthouse flat while his children played inside, an inquest heard today.

Angad Paul, 45, blamed himself for the 'catastrophic' collapse of his Labour peer father Lord Paul's company and told his family: 'I can't provide for you' shortly before his death.

Mr Paul, who was married with two children, a daughter aged ten and a son of seven, told his wife Michelle they couldn't afford a pizza and was deeply paranoid before his suicide.

He even sold his four sports cars and only wore his cheapest watch, telling his family: 'I don't deserve nice things'

Mr Paul fell to his death from the eight-storey building across from BBC Broadcasting House in Portland Place on November 8 last year.

His death came as administrators battled to save Caparo PLC, a business founded by his father Lord Paul, 85 – one of the country's richest men.

The plunging price of steel caused by cheap Chinese imports has left the industry in Britain in crisis and forced Caparo into administration with with the loss of 450 jobs a month before her died.

Despite the collapse of the business Lord Paul was number 47 on The Sunday Times Rich List last year, and is worth an estimated £2.2billion fortune.

Today his wife, 41-year-old lawyer Michelle Bonn, said: 'He had been the most balanced, calm clever person. But everything became catastrophic. He was paranoid. He closed the blinds and turned off his phone'.

The inquest heard that Mr Paul had a history of depression and months before his death had gone deep into the Amazon for a retreat, but it went badly.

Michelle told the inquest into his death: 'He said the trip was not good. The tribe he loved and stayed with before had become commercialised, and were losing their identity.'


Referring to his return to London, she said: 'He came out looking scruffy and crumpled, and not like him. And he was very distracted and for the first time since I was 17, he let me carry a bag.

'He said 'Mich, it has all gone wrong, what are we going to do?'

'He was the happiest person I ever knew. I had no idea that he had suicidal thoughts.'

She added: 'He was catastrophising the company, he said 'I can't provide for you'.'

She said that he was wracked with guilt over job losses at Caparo, which was in danger of going bust because of low steel prices.
Struggle: The couple pictured at their wedding in 2004 - Mr Paul was gripped with fear he could no longer provide for his wife and children
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Struggle: The couple pictured at their wedding in 2004 - Mr Paul was gripped with fear he could no longer provide for his wife and children

Some 450 redundancies were announced at the company in October 2015 amid the collapse in steel prices, one month before he died.

Michelle Paul told the inquest that her 'best friend' had a history of depression but that he had never expressed any suicidal thoughts to her.


She said that in the months before his death Mr Paul had expressed his wish to come off anti-depressant medication, something that he had been taking since 1999.


The court heard that Mr Paul sold all four of his sports cars and began wearing his cheapest watch, saying he did not 'deserve nice things' when so many of his workers were going to lose their jobs.


He admitted himself to the Capio Nightingale hospital - where he continued to work on his business - on October 4, and left 12 days later after it was not considered he was at active risk of suicide.

He returned to work, but was 'devastated' when a news story broke about there being a loss of hundreds of jobs at the company.

On November 8, Mr Paul told his wife he wanted to be alone, and she told him that was not going to happen.

Lord Paul - who lived in the same building - called to say that he would shortly be coming upstairs to see his son.

Later that morning Mrs Paul left the flat in Portland Place, central London, to get a cup of coffee, leaving her husband at home with their two children. When she returned, and Lord Paul arrived, neither of them could find Mr Paul.

'I had assumed that he was in the bedroom. I was in my office,' she said.

Mrs Paul later noticed the kitchen door to the balcony of their penthouse apartment was open, and when she looked over the edge she saw him lying on the first-floor flat roof.

She told the court that the way she explained it to their children was that their father had suffered a 'heart attack to the brain'.

Westminster Coroner's Court heard that Mr Angad told colleague Denis Krupnov that 'although he was CEO of the company, he had no real control of the company affairs'.

He added that his father - who attended the inquest - 'took all the decisions'.

Mr Paul became very depressed when the company was put into administration, and, although he believed it was the 'wrong decision', there was nothing he could do, the court heard.

He was concerned about how he was going to pay the mortgage, and, feeling 'absolutely powerless', believed people would think he was responsible for the failure of the company.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-...z47EuyxRBN

Wife calls him 'her best friend'.

Explains it all really. Probably she called him a failure behind closed doors and blamed him for them losing their wealth and status. She'll still inherit millions though when the company liquidates, and keep getting the young dick she undoubtedly got while being married even when he was alive.
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Please. You're really going to attribute the suicide of a man clearly unsuited to cutthroat business life, a long history of depression and who recently got off anti-depression pills solely to his wife?

She obviously was a trophy to him but to ignore that the man was:
- CEO in name only (his father made the decisions)
- Inherently not business-minded (loved films, invested in nightclubs and went on retreats to the Amazon where he thought the tribes were too commercialized)
- Had an over-developed sense of responsibility for the collapse of the firm and the losses of all those jobs
- Had to sell-off his assets and wore his cheapest watch cause he felt "he didn't deserve those nice things"

...is simply ridiculous.
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(04-29-2016 04:02 PM)Vronsky Wrote:  Please. You're really going to attribute the suicide of a man clearly unsuited to cutthroat business life, a long history of depression and who recently got off anti-depression pills solely to his wife?

She obviously was a trophy to him but to ignore that the man was:
- CEO in name only (his father made the decisions)
- Inherently not business-minded (loved films, invested in nightclubs and went on retreats to the Amazon where he thought the tribes were too commercialized)
- Had an over-developed sense of responsibility for the collapse of the firm and the losses of all those jobs
- Had to sell-off his assets and wore his cheapest watch cause he felt "he didn't deserve those nice things"

...is simply ridiculous.

Vronsky I couldn't agree with you more. The things you listed are clearly more attributable to his downfall than his wife. Perhaps he had problems with his wife (who the fuck doesn't these days) but he had a whole bunch of other problems going on.

Of course though we have to apply all the manospherian cookie cutters and tenets to this situation. He's short, fat and most importantly Indian so obviously his wife hated his guts and was only using him for his money (no white chick in her right mind would ever love an Indian dude). If only he had been 6' tall, 210 lbs with 10% body fat , his wife would have been fucking his brains out and his family's business would have bent to his will since no one with that build ever has any problems with self esteem, depression, money etc. Motherfuckers need to take each situation as unique and think, rather than blindly applying what they read on Chateau Heartiste (another asshole who's too cowardly to show up in public despite proclamations of his own greatness). Saying all of this probably makes me beta though, right?
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Also a terrible thing to do is to be on anti-depressants for 15 years!

Sounds to me that he was clinically depressed - something which is created by a lack of nutrients for longer periods. And no - anti-depressants are at best a short-term help. One of their side-effects is that they cause increased and longer/deeper depressions - it's even put on the labels.

What works is good food, cutting down or eliminating coffee, taking 500-2000mg L-Tryptophan (or a good amino-acid protein powder, but you would have to get bodybuilder levels), solid high-potency multi-vitamin (10$ for a Swanson High Potency Multi would have sufficed). Also the level of his vitamind3 was certainly highly deficient - 5000IU daily would have helped as well.

There is a reason why there are ever more orthomolecular MDs in the West despite the fact that they make less money - curing diseases with nutrients helps - in fact most medical conditions can be cured with diet and supplements. But there is no money in that, so you won't see it coming to the mainstream until you get the globalists out of the FDA.

With the steps above that guy would have still not been any better suited for his job as a CEO, but at least he would not have committed suicide. Maybe he would have sold all his assets and moved to Thailand with his new 19 year old girlfriend (that is if he had also accepted the Red Pill). When a wife describes you as 'best friend', then he certainly was not her desired lover and "moon and the sky". He could have lived the rest of his life at peace with 2 mio. $ in SEA - happy as can be. Sometimes companies cannot be saved - globalist long-term super-rich families know that. That is why they diversify like crazy and finance launches of new companies. Business cycles and cash-cow companies come and go - your money however goes with the flow.
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So this nigga killed himself over something he didn't even do?

Damn.

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(04-29-2016 04:02 PM)Vronsky Wrote:  Please. You're really going to attribute the suicide of a man clearly unsuited to cutthroat business life, a long history of depression and who recently got off anti-depression pills solely to his wife?

She obviously was a trophy to him but to ignore that the man was:
- CEO in name only (his father made the decisions)
- Inherently not business-minded (loved films, invested in nightclubs and went on retreats to the Amazon where he thought the tribes were too commercialized)
- Had an over-developed sense of responsibility for the collapse of the firm and the losses of all those jobs
- Had to sell-off his assets and wore his cheapest watch cause he felt "he didn't deserve those nice things"

...is simply ridiculous.

Angad Paul was not prepared to be a CEO or to handle his depression. I feel for this guy because I see some similarity with me. Someone like him is a guy that you can trust to take care of everyone in a community, but he is not leader to survive in today's business culture. Elder Paul put him there for show, he did not realize how powerless he made his son to be. There were fucking warning signs of his depression going into full swing him selling his cars, watches, and off his meds. I forsee a lot of Indian/Asian guys going through this, partly due to genetics.

There was blog post I read couple years ago about 5-HTTLPR genotype and Asian culture. The genotype is known as short allele Serotonin receptor is common in Asian population. This allele is seen in lot of Asiain guys with depression. This gene is good 9% of the Asian population due to holders of the gene having are more sensitive to communal bonds, hence help the survival of the community. Holders of this gene thrive in Asian culture are supportive to a person. The problem is put such a holder with this in modern Western Culture, say hello to pill popping antidepressants.
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