Gowienczyk;4455510 said: It's awful another musician is out, but in a way it's not out of place for her lifestyle.
instantdeath999;4455496 said:I will say, though, that I was briefly tempted to make a tasteless "Rehab" joke.
Gowienczyk;4455521 said:Is it bad that the tasteless and painful comment made me chuckle?
instantdeath999;4455527 said:Nah. Most jokes are made at another persons expense, anyway. I guess it may be a little soon, but eh, there's a reason I enjoy South Park.
_mg3b_;4455612 said:Dark humour about it is fine, but the amount of people I've seen making ignorant and ill-informed comments on addiction is horrible. It's sad that she died, was never a huge fan.I only wish that rather than ignorantly decrying her as a 'junkie' people would stop buying into tabloid journalism and the stupid 'sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll' mentality that makes them imagine drug abuse is cool when it's done in a leather jacket and shades.
Lameboy19;4455626 said:I guess this thread really speaks to her impact on the world, were people are more concerned on making a joke about her death and justifying it.it's sad, but the terrorist attacks do overshadow it
_mg3b_;4455644 said:A well known journo in the UK called for a press blackout on photos of the Oslo bomber. Ridiculous. Considering the knee jerk 'it was the Muslims!' reaction that the press had, publishing pictures of the white Nazi responsible for the bombing is all the more important.
_mg3b_;4455666 said:'He wanted the publicity so we shouldn't give it to him.' Idiotic journos.
Gowienczyk;4455667 said:I guess I understand that logic, but the concept of informing the public should be valued more than not publicizing a lunatic because he wants fame.
Onslaught_fei;4455948 said:No ****ing fair. I just turned 28 this weekend. How comes shes gets to join Jim Morrison and I don't?! FML.