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Posted 02 February 2005 - 11:33 AM

Look, I'm not here to argue, I'm replying to stand up for heroin users. Do what the hell you like, say what the hell you like, but don't expect everybody to agree with you. If your MOTHER or SISTER or GIRLFRIEND or whotever was a heroin addict - this particular heroin addict we're discussing, then how would you feel? You're deliberately spiteful & hurtful & what I don't think you seem to grasp and as I've said before, heroin addiction is not a choice!! Were it to be so damn easy to get off the stuff then there would be no heroin addicts would there. It f@cks you up psychologically also & reading this stuff would, personally, push me right over the edge.
We all like a laugh and a joke, but some things are just taken a little too far! You look for something positive on the internet re: Pete and this is what you stumble upon!!!
Incidentally, congratulations to your friends for succeeding in getting off the heroin. People don't seem to realise it's not like giving up fags or alcohol etc. And when phyiscal pain is involved (and that's just a small section of the pain you go through) you would do ANYTHING, and I mean anything to make it stop. Heroin addicts aren't so bad. They're misguided & stuck in hole that gets deeper and deeper.

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Posted 02 February 2005 - 12:28 PM

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Look, I'm not here to argue,

Yes you are! Are, are, are, are, are!

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Do what the hell you like, say what the hell you like, but don't expect everybody to agree with you.

I don't think Anubis or anyone else on the DeathList expects everyone to agree with him, though we are for the most part like-minded individuals and generally agree with one another. Or at least keep an open mind. You may be confusing us with US politicians.

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You're deliberately spiteful & hurtful

That's a foul accusation to make against Mr Jackal who is one of the more considerate, literate and humorous contributors to this list. I'm sure if he has caused offence, he didn't mean to. It takes all sorts to make a world, it's always been that way and you might find you live longer and happier (if that's what you want) when you just accept that there are people who do and say things you don't agree with. Anyone in the public eye is liable to speculation about all aspects of their lives. We know you don't understand or like us. I probably don't only speak for myself when I say I'm not that keen on you. I'm sure there are other web sites where you will find more sympathetic company.

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Posted 02 February 2005 - 12:50 PM

Notapotato, on Feb 2 2005, 12:28 PM, said:

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You're deliberately spiteful & hurtful

That's a foul accusation to make against Mr Jackal who is one of the more considerate, literate and humorous contributors to this list. I'm sure if he has caused offence, he didn't mean to.
If I did intend to be spiteful and hurtful I would have posted exactly what I thought about one of the aforementioned friends stealing a not particularly valuable heirloom from my room which was all I had left to remember my Grandfather by.
Heroin users are not malicious or evil but using heroin has a tendency to make people deceitful, dishonest and let's be honest, pretty dull company.
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Posted 02 February 2005 - 01:12 PM

Sorry to interupt this cosy little chat, but did anyone happen to see the Daily Mirror today? (Mr. Alive, I happend to glance at a colleagues FYI). Pete on the front page looking like a zombie. Then all over pages 8 and 9 looking variously like drunk, junkie, zombie, DL candidate, the lot. I think he might be a bit too lightweight to pull a 'Keith'. He looks like he's on the rollercoaster to hell!

DWB :blink:

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Posted 02 February 2005 - 01:23 PM

Oh boring boring boring!!! I'm just standing up for Mr Doherty!!!!!!!!!!! Yes to everything, but all I am saying is - you are mean! Alright? What's wrong with that? The reason I have been writing here for the last couple of days is because comments here made me feel the need to. Isn't that what these are all about? Respected my arse anyway.

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Posted 02 February 2005 - 01:46 PM

I suppose it's a little late in the day to ask 'who'?

Until this I started reading this I had no idea who Mr Doherty is, much less who the 'Libertines' are. Never heard of them, but it is fascinating stuff all the same.
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Posted 02 February 2005 - 01:54 PM

Not wishing to play Devils Advocate, but in light of correspondance above Amanda does seem to be a superior class of drive-by. Articulate, willing to respond and not resorting to gratuitous personal abuse (compared to some - see Emlyn Hughes, Richard O'Sullivan, Alex Higgins et al). And willing to argue a corner. I still feel that she hasn't grasped the basic concept or raison d'etre of the DL but credit where credit's due, it makes a refreshing change to have an almost mature discussion with a passing ranter. Now, if only we could get her to register..........

I saw the pictures in the Mirror (while I was buying my Guardian, before you ask), and he doesn't look at all well - do you get bonus points for a death under the age of 60?
It is surely better to be pissed off than pissed on

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Posted 02 February 2005 - 02:15 PM

Superior class of drive-by? Thank you! I like it!

Buying your Guardian?!! You just made me choke on my lunchtime Pimms!

I shall nip out and buy the Mirror this afternoon, though what's all this about bonus points? Don't you find the photographs distressing? Of course he doesn't feel well - he's pumped full of opiates!!!!

Maybe I'm stupid, but Pete Doherty and similar make me want to help ... be the hero and all that rubbish ... I certainly wouldn't wish death upon him. Doesn't looking at the pictures of him make you frustrated that you can't help??

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Posted 02 February 2005 - 02:22 PM

Death Watch Beatle, on Feb 2 2005, 08:12 AM, said:

Sorry to interupt this cosy little chat, but did anyone happen to see the Daily Mirror today? (Mr. Alive, I happend to glance at a colleagues FYI). Pete on the front page looking like a zombie. Then all over pages 8 and 9 looking variously like drunk, junkie, zombie, DL candidate, the lot. I think he might be a bit too lightweight to pull a 'Keith'. He looks like he's on the rollercoaster to hell!

DWB  :blink:
I have to argee with you on that one, DWB. :old:

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Posted 02 February 2005 - 02:33 PM

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Buying your Guardian?!! You just made me choke on my lunchtime Pimms!

I shall nip out and buy the Mirror this afternoon,


That should give our colonial offshoots pause for thought.
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Posted 02 February 2005 - 02:53 PM

The Four Horsemen, on Feb 2 2005, 01:54 PM, said:

Not wishing to play Devils Advocate, but in light of correspondance above Amanda does seem to be a superior class of drive-by. Articulate, willing to respond and not resorting to gratuitous personal abuse (compared to some - see Emlyn Hughes, Richard O'Sullivan, Alex Higgins et al). And willing to argue a corner. I still feel that she hasn't grasped the basic concept or raison d'etre of the DL but credit where credit's due, it makes a refreshing change to have an almost mature discussion with a passing ranter. Now, if only we could get her to register..........
Certainly a candidate for conversion to Deathlistism, but Amanda's first posting was certainly quite abusive.
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Respected my arse anyway
prompts one to remind her that one usually gets more respect when one doesn't come in arse-first like she did.
I hope she joins us.

PS: Note the correct spelling of "arse". She is obviously British, or perhaps Canadian or something else civilised.

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Posted 02 February 2005 - 03:05 PM

British - born in Wales 1980.

What would joining up entail? Sacrificial beheading of virgin goat or similar?

Arse first helps - my head's been battered in the past and still wears the scars.....

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Posted 02 February 2005 - 03:56 PM

Amanda, on Feb 2 2005, 03:05 PM, said:

British - born in Wales 1980.

What would joining up entail? Sacrificial beheading of virgin goat or similar?

Arse first helps - my head's been battered in the past and still wears the scars.....
How do we know if the goat is a virgin? I mean Wales was mentioned in the same post.
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Posted 02 February 2005 - 03:59 PM

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Arse first helps - my head's been battered in the past and still wears the scars.....

I beg to differ if attending a Village People concert.

And surely initiation ceremonies are something that the all-powerful admin team should look at? Possibly deliberately antagonising drive-by ranters or initiating dicussions with potential meteorologists might work........
It is surely better to be pissed off than pissed on

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Posted 02 February 2005 - 04:19 PM

Oh PLEASE! Wales is lovely! I don't live there & I haven't for a number of years, but it's a superb place - very attractive (in parts), very friendly (and not in the animal way) & pretty safe, which are 3 things which I don't currently feel about the place I'm residing in, or in fact anywhere I've lived since.

Anyway, isn't it people from the Forest of Dean (Gloucestershire) who are supposedly worse? Trapped in their woodland villages, cut off from the rest of the civilisation....?

BUT BACK TO PETER - I have purchased a copy of the Sun (my local Shell garage has run out of The Mirror) and YES, he looks totally wasted, but d'you know it kind of adds to his appeal. On the hand you want to mother the poor little mite & on the other hand you want to drag him into bed (or maybe the other way around).... No? Maybe just a girl thing.

For Godsake don't wish death upon him.

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Posted 02 February 2005 - 04:21 PM

Village People? I'd rather see Pete at work! Isn't that what we're meant to be on about?!

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Posted 02 February 2005 - 04:53 PM

Amanda, on Feb 2 2005, 04:19 PM, said:

For Godsake don't wish death upon him.
We don't wish death on anyone , that's the point.

(I could make an exception in the case of a one eyed scottish twunt, an MP @ No. 11)
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Posted 02 February 2005 - 05:13 PM

josco, on Feb 2 2005, 04:53 PM, said:

We don't wish death on anyone , that's the point.

(I could make an exception in the case of a one eyed scottish twunt, an MP @ No. 11)
That's better than @ No. 10. :)

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Posted 02 February 2005 - 11:34 PM

Interesting exchanges indeed...

It does occur to me that Pete's excessive coverage in the media over the last year is basically all about the predicting his death - very few articles, of course, have the balls to say that. The Libs might have been an OK band and Pete a decent singer/songwriter but that simply doesn't justify the column inches he's generated. At least there is no hidden agenda here as to what is really being said.

I'm sure a lot of people see his addiction as an illness and its worth pointing out that we don't discriminate here - a large proportion of the people discussed on these forums are discussed because they are ill - I will however concede that there is a bad bias toward old people :)

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Posted 03 February 2005 - 07:02 AM

I hope Pete can stay one step ahead of Pc Plod.

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