James Gandolfini, who played Tony Soprano, often crossed it. So did Philip Seymour Hoffman, who played Truman Capote. Now fashion designer Michele Savoia, who also maxed fun, joins them - in death.
As those with him the night he drank until at least 4 A.M. recall, Savoia was partying to the hilt at the end of New York Fashion Week. His clients range from Ricky Martin to Robert De Niro. The speculation is that he wound up falling off his yacht sometime after that. The police found his body in the Hudson River. Here is the coverage from the New York Post.
It would be difficult to word right a law which prohibits fun from becoming lethal. But hipster leaders and lawyers could do it. Its existence would serve as a reminder to outsized party folks of the danger involved. At the very least, it's putting up with the consequences of breaking a law. That law should be in the felony class. It could save some of our geniuses.