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thatdude21601
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Since: 22.9.03
From: Easton, md

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#21 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.18
They should just stick to good ol' fashioned crack...The worst that could happen is loose their teeth and pawn their tv.

*not an official Crack endorsement*

(edited by thatdude21601 on 28.9.03 2214)


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Since: 10.10.02
From: New Hampshire

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#22 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.28
Maybe we could send our condolences to their friends and family?

I loved the Pit Bulls, and I rather enjoyed Pit Bull 2's skills as a singles wrester.

Anyone want to share some memories?

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Since: 15.2.02
From: Dallas

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#23 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.94
    Originally posted by StaggerLee
      Originally posted by FurryHippie
      All I have to say to StaggerLee is don't judge a person's life who you know nothing about. OD'ing isn't just some "stupid choice" that "stupid people" make. You don't know why these people turned to drugs, you don't know what their heads are like, you don't know the troubles they went through. So in short, you don't know shit.


    This is what I do know, The stupid fuckers, for whatever reason, made a choice to shoot drugs, and possibly mix them with Oxycontin, while they had thier children in the house with them. For whatever reason, it doesnt matter. They have a hard life? So do a lot of people, and they dont all OD with thier kids in the house.

    The end result, is, they were irresponsible parents, and irresponsible humans. The reason or the "how it happened" to me, doesnt matter. I dont care about why they decided it was a good idea to take so many drugs that it killed them, that, to me is a bullshit cop out. They had a hard life? To bad so sad. Lots of people have bad lives and dont OD and leave thier kids alone in the world.


I agree with Stagger. I've known a lot of drug abusers in my day (growing up on 24th Street and Broadway in Phoenix has that effect on you) and there is not one good reason to EVER abuse drugs.

EVER!

That being said, if you are of either: low willpower, low moral fiber, low conviction, etc. and you decide to take drugs, then you get what you deserve, death or a ruined life. Possibly runing someone else's life in the process.

So to all those who commit suicide by drugs, or any other method for that matter, Fuck Them. Selfish bastards.

And yes, even if it was one my own family . In fact my half brother (whom I love tremendously) is a drug addict and my uncle is also a drug addict (both on Crystal, Crack, Weed, & Heroine) and as far as I am concerned, they are going to get what they deserve. Unfortunatley they both have kids.

So that's 2 cousins and 4 nieces that wil have to suffer because their fathers can't stop making bad decisions.

But you know what? My dad was hooked. He quit. And he'll be the first to tell you that, not matter how bad things get, there is no reason to ever abuse drugs.

Sorry for the preaching...Someone else take this soapbox from me!



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Since: 13.7.02
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#24 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.00
Boy, it's a good thing we're not wasting any time mourning the fact that lives were lost for either selfish or unselfish reasons and therefore the world is a different (and often lesser) place because of it. Especially when we can just say "Screw them" and not give it a second thought!
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Since: 29.10.02
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#25 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.41
    Originally posted by ThreepMe
      Originally posted by StaggerLee
        Originally posted by FurryHippie
        All I have to say to StaggerLee is don't judge a person's life who you know nothing about. OD'ing isn't just some "stupid choice" that "stupid people" make. You don't know why these people turned to drugs, you don't know what their heads are like, you don't know the troubles they went through. So in short, you don't know shit.


      This is what I do know, The stupid fuckers, for whatever reason, made a choice to shoot drugs, and possibly mix them with Oxycontin, while they had thier children in the house with them. For whatever reason, it doesnt matter. They have a hard life? So do a lot of people, and they dont all OD with thier kids in the house.

      The end result, is, they were irresponsible parents, and irresponsible humans. The reason or the "how it happened" to me, doesnt matter. I dont care about why they decided it was a good idea to take so many drugs that it killed them, that, to me is a bullshit cop out. They had a hard life? To bad so sad. Lots of people have bad lives and dont OD and leave thier kids alone in the world.


    I agree with Stagger. I've known a lot of drug abusers in my day (growing up on 24th Street and Broadway in Phoenix has that effect on you) and there is not one good reason to EVER abuse drugs.

    EVER!

    That being said, if you are of either: low willpower, low moral fiber, low conviction, etc. and you decide to take drugs, then you get what you deserve, death or a ruined life. Possibly runing someone else's life in the process.

    So to all those who commit suicide by drugs, or any other method for that matter, Fuck Them. Selfish bastards.

    And yes, even if it was one my own family . In fact my half brother (whom I love tremendously) is a drug addict and my uncle is also a drug addict (both on Crystal, Crack, Weed, & Heroine) and as far as I am concerned, they are going to get what they deserve. Unfortunatley they both have kids.

    So that's 2 cousins and 4 nieces that wil have to suffer because their fathers can't stop making bad decisions.

    But you know what? My dad was hooked. He quit. And he'll be the first to tell you that, not matter how bad things get, there is no reason to ever abuse drugs.

    Sorry for the preaching...Someone else take this soapbox from me!


I never said that there were good reasons to take drugs....drugs are always wrong. But I'm just saying, you don't know a man's problems until you walk in his shoes, and it pisses me off seeing people on an internet message board saying "fuck em" to people you know jack shit about. And I'm not saying they should be excused for taking it...they SHOULD find a way, like your father, to get better. But some people don't get better...and those are the ones that need help. Good to see we're just willing to say "fuck em" though. Imagine you were able to reach out to someone messed up with drugs and help them get better? Wouldn't feel a lot better than just saying "ah they're weak - fuck em" and never knowing if they could be saved?

Sorry for going so deep into this, because I know I can't convince someone to think differently about it...but I've been through different things and I see life a little different than you. The whole "fuck the screwed up people" theory conflicts with my theory of helping those who are in a hole and maybe, just MAYBE, are able to be saved with just a little bit of care. I've seen it and it's true. A lot of people on drugs could be saved if some people stopped with the "fuck em, they're weak" mentality.

If you've never been an addict, you don't know what it's like. You can see the struggle within your family, but if you yourself were never an addict you can't judge another addict and why he is the way he is. I've been hooked before, even at my young age. And it's horrible. And I probably would've never made it out if people didn't reach their hand out and say "hey man let me help you through this". If everybody was like you and said "fuck em, they get what they deserve", I'd be dead. And I think things are a little better this way now that people helped me out.

Sorry to make this seem like a personal thing, but I've seen it with my own two eyes, and I've been through it myself. I needed people to go out of their way to help me. If decent people cast me aside, I wouldn't be able to breathe the air or see the sky anymore. So when you say "fuck em", remember that you could be spending that energy saving lives instead.


(edited by FurryHippie on 29.9.03 1051)
StaggerLee
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Since: 3.10.02
From: Right side of the tracks

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#26 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.13
Furry, I appreciate your insight on the matter. I have had points in my life where Vodka was my only friend. I realised it, and was able to move on.

As a health care worker, I see it all to many times where you can tell somebody they need help, can offer them help, can direct them to help, and they just DONT help themselves.

There is a person I know who is 22 and he has liver failure from drinking. At 22. Been to rehab about 30 times, been to jail for drunk driving, had his kid taken away, and cant get a transplant because he cant show that he is willing to stop drinking. Some people, like him, are just the ones that I personally give up on, and dont have the time for.

As a parent, I know I never, EVER was drunk, buzzed or otherwise impared when my children were near me, and I basically stopped partying/abusing when they came into my life. So, as a father, I see somebody who would do this with TWO toddlers in the house as scum. Again, its just my opinion.

The bottom line is, when you are an addict, you can either seek help, or not. And, if you decide to continue to use, I dont see where it is my place to feel sorry for them, or to try to help them. I will do whatever I can if somebody is willing, but short of dragging them to rehab, they make thier own bed.
ThreepMe
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Since: 15.2.02
From: Dallas

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#27 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.94
Once again, I agree with Stagger.

Just because I say "fuck them" doesn't mean I haven't tried to help.

I've tried to help my brother, I've tried to help my uncle. To no avail. Hell, my whole family has tried to help, numerous times.

But when I asked my father what made him stop, he just looked at me and said, "I just didn't want to anymore."

If people want help, they will find it. They will ask, they will go to rehab, etc, and if they do, then good! I will help them myself! But they have to ask. You can't force help on someone who doesn't want it.

The harsh reality is: usually the people who end up OD-ing from drugs (especially OD-ing after prolonged usage of drugs) are people who don't want help.

So: negative want of help + abuse of dangerous substance + well being of another's life = Selfish bastard

Selfish Bastard = Fuck Them

GRL: It's not there isn't a second thought, in fact I've given it about 500 thoughts. But, once again, the reality is, this happens every day to people all over the world. We will move on, we will strive as a culture and as a people. Yes, lives are changed (but that's a given). I don't mourn the death of someone who was so obviously selfish, I mourn the fact that there are 2 kids who had no influence over what has happened to them. Now these selfish people have potentially damaged 2 innocent childern.

That's what I mourn.

Damn this soapbox.



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Torchslasher
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Since: 17.1.02
From: New F'n Jersey

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#28 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.44
Well, I'm just going to answer Dexley's question and name my favorite Pit Bull memories. Two things stick out in my mind. The first was Francine turning on them and joining Shane Douglas. It was a beautifully timed turn, and gave the Pit Bulls a big reception from the crowd whenever they got their hands on the new Douglas "cheerleader."

The other memory was the famous Double Dog-collar match with Raven and Stevie Richards. This was just an awesome brawl and a big win for the Pit Bulls.



Molly, Stacy and Daffney all in WWE? I suddenly lost all my will to complain about anything regarding the WWE. Hope I don't lose my street cred for this.

TS, the greatest Wiener rated 6.1554 ever to live!! Oops, I mean 5.5...4.5?? Oh, dammit! I guess Notorious FAB was right.
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