Influencers que criticaban las selfies extremas murieron al caer desde un acantilado de más de 200 metros de altura

2018-10-31 | 10:51 | Plano Informativo

Según un estudio de la Biblioteca Nacional de Medicina de Estados Unidos, entre el 2011 y el 2017, 259 personas han fallecido al intentar tomar la “selfie perfecta”.

A ese número lamentablemente hay que sumarle las muertes de Vishnu Viswanath (29) y su esposa Meenakshi Moorthy (30), dos influencers que viajaban por el mundo retratando sus experiencias en fotografías que subían a sus redes sociales.



Now whoooo wants to see some phantasmagorical photos of the???? American Wiiild West????? For the last one week, we have been chasing sunrises and sunsets????,milky ways???? and mountain mists???? , petrified deserts and petroglyphs????aaaand some goblins too (wink wink????) ... Buuut before we savor the sheer cosmic poetry of the sensual southwest????, I want to share something with y’all. A special edition of #pinkpositivelight and #socialmediabadasstribe combined, with(out????) further ado presenting ???? “LIVE AND LET LIVE” ???? Not a shocker was it????? But then why oh why is this concept way harder than rocket science for a few ?? ... "LIVE AND LET LIVE" can also be translated as “TO EACH THEIR OWN". To me, it means everyone in this cosmos ? has a darn right to make decisions to affect their life as long as it is not mentally or physically hurting others in a purposeful manner.?? ... Now for some reason, God knows why????‍?? some people love to pelt passive aggressive words and berate and hate others in public.????‍?? I agree, there is no point in actively following folks who are not our cup of joy, but it does not give any of us a right to be hurtful to them and propagate hate.? ... Now kindly allow me to put it in another way. LIFE IS SHORT people. Like reallllyyy short.?? Honestly, I am not promised tomorrow and this pink haired girl wants to live her teeny life twirling????with the people she loves and swirling??her wand to get to her goals and dreams. She doesn't wanna waste it having anxiety attacks cos of cyberbullying and planning agendas on how to ruin someone’s day.???? ... If that sounds right up your alley too, let us start with a happy dance ????????and we need not even wait till the black moon ???? to get on our broomsticks???and fly to the land of promises and possibilities! ???? ????All of us have a story. ????All of us have a right to fight for our dreams. ????And nobody has a right to exercise power over us to promote hate for whatsoever petty or not so petty reasons they have.???? ... Remember, you stand in your own light.???? You choose whether you want to blaze???? love or hate! • • • #RoadTripUSA #discovertheroad #instagramaz #visitarizona #route66roadtrip #seligman #explorationgram

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La pareja falleció el pasado jueves luego de caer desde más de 200 metros de altura en el sector Taff Point del Parque Nacional de Yosemite, Estados Unidos. De hecho ese lugar es uno de los más populares y peligrosos del parque.

“Yosemite es un lugar salvaje y espectacular. Si no pones atención a tus pies es muy fácil deslizarse y caer. Pero en lo que va de año una decena de personas han muerto allí, seis de ellas debido a caídas”, dijo Jamie Richards, vocero del parque.

Irónicamente, en una de sus publicaciones hablaban de los riesgos que corren muchos usuarios al intentar conseguir la selfie perfecta, por lo que recomendaban siempre tener en cuenta los límites y resguardar la seguridad ante todo. “¿Vale nuestra vida solo una foto?”, se preguntaban.


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