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September 26, 2007

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Rileyberry

Maybe nothing - maybe dying. It's sad.

Chani

So many of them seem rather empty and hollow. What will it take to get any of them off the juice?

This doesn't surprise me a bit. I hadn't heard about his DUI... but I'm not surprised.

And they all seem to get away with it, too.

Peace,

~Chani
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Mr. Fabulous

Wow. Another sad tale.

eastcoastdweller

Hitting rock bottom. Absolute rock bottom with no one to turn to, no enablers left.

Open Grove Claudia

Rileyberry - I hope he doesn't take someone else with him.

Chani - It's actually his forth DUI (at least). They loose because they get away with it. So sad.

Mr. Fab - I think it's very, very sad.

East Coast Dweller - I guess. But when you're wealthy, come from a wealthy family, where is the bottom??

Meems

You'd hope the old guys would learn by now. You kinda expect it from the Lohans and Brittney's who are young and impressionable, but an old dude like him. Poor little rich boy.

Christy

But he was so awesome in The Lost Boys!!!

Open Grove Claudia

Meems - He was one of those young and impressionable kids. Sadly, kids grow up and never change.

Christy - He probably wasn't drunk.

heart in san francisco

I saw the latest arrest headline online yesterday, shrugged and read something else. I have noticed that alcoholics use any setback as an excuse to tie one on.

The idea of anyone riding a Harley in that condition is horrifying, but this back story adds layers to the present one. Sad.

Money may not buy happiness, but it sure buys a lot of booze.

furiousball

i think you should have suspended him from the ceiling with climbing rope and beat his ass with kayak paddles, maybe he would have gone straight after that

Open Grove Claudia

Heart in SF - Sadly, that's what most money is spent on.

FuriousBall - You have the best, the very best ideas!

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