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#41 Coffey

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Posted 14 June 2011 - 12:14 PM

Personally speaking, in my experience, people that brag about drinking (or smoking weed) are infinite worse than those that brag about not doing so. "Hoo boy, I'm gonna get TORE UP this weekend!" Yeah, that's great.

#42 El-P

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Posted 14 June 2011 - 01:08 PM

Personally speaking, in my experience, people that brag about drinking (or smoking weed) are infinite worse than those that brag about not doing so.

"Hoo boy, I'm gonna get TORE UP this weekend!"

Yeah, that's great.


Less annoying, but stupider.

Drinking alcohol doesn't equal getting wasted though. Two fine glass of wine while having diner, a fresh beer in a cool bar or a few glass of champain don't do any harm.

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Posted 14 June 2011 - 02:53 PM

Jingus you were in the business and worked Southern indies. Thus it is fair to assume you smoked crack right?

Considering the number of wrestlers I've personally known who have done exactly that, this statement is much less of a joke than you realize.

He's saying that there's no reason to believe Punk's drug-free claim more than assorted other 'purity' claims by public figures.

Yeah, that's it in a nutshell.

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Posted 14 June 2011 - 02:59 PM

Whatever happened to rock stars anyway? Even Charlie Sheen is claiming to be clean.

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Posted 14 June 2011 - 04:20 PM

Whatever happened to rock stars anyway? Even Charlie Sheen is claiming to be clean.


I guess it's just not cool anymore. You hear about Scott Weiland or someone going into rehab these days and everyone just shakes there head. Where as back in the day, everyone was fucked up, everyone knew it, and no one said shit.

I just always wondered about guys like Steven Adler. He got thrown out of Guns 'n' Roses for doing to many drugs and drinking too much. How much drinking and drugs do you have to be doing, to get tossed out of a band full of drug addicts and alcoholics?

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Posted 14 June 2011 - 06:53 PM

Personally speaking, in my experience, people that brag about drinking (or smoking weed) are infinite worse than those that brag about not doing so.

"Hoo boy, I'm gonna get TORE UP this weekend!"

Yeah, that's great.


Less annoying, but stupider.

Drinking alcohol doesn't equal getting wasted though. Two fine glass of wine while having diner, a fresh beer in a cool bar or a few glass of champain don't do any harm.

People who don't eat cooked food and stick to a truly healthy diet will get wasted on "mere" sips of wine. I mean, I'm even talking about poeple who had built up a big tolerance to alcohol while on a typical North American diet.

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Posted 14 June 2011 - 07:07 PM

Cause drugs are bad, m'kay.



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Posted 14 June 2011 - 07:50 PM

Cause drugs are bad, m'kay.

Yeah, no true need to drink that piss.


RE -- Still hoping Punk turns the entire IWC straight edge:):)

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Posted 14 June 2011 - 08:09 PM

I have nothing against drugs. People have free will to do as they choose. There again though, I'm not a parent of a teenager who is wanting to experiment with narcotics. Nevertheless, I'll probably smoke pot till the day I die, though. And I'm not one of those types that brags about it, either. Marijuana helps control and moderate certain things that are wrong with me, like the amount of crippling pain I fight against on a daily basis because I tore my Achilles tendon, or the brain and heart injuries I suffered in the Marine Corps. Or the seven years of football on my athletic resume. It makes me a functioning cripple but without the nausea inducing side-effects of straight pain. If I were to lose that remedy, I might as well blow my fucking brains out because that is no way to live. Basically, marijuana to me is like vicodin to House.

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Posted 14 June 2011 - 09:39 PM

Just as long as you don't drive a car into someone's living room.

#51 Johnny Sorrow

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Posted 14 June 2011 - 10:14 PM

Just as long as you don't drive a car into someone's living room.

But on weed he'd only be going 5 miles an hour. So it's ok.

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Posted 15 June 2011 - 01:23 AM

Hah. I don't drive when I am high, though. Period. I refuse to take the chance of having that type of blood on my hands for the rest of my life. No way, man. I would rather walk whatever distance it is back home, and deal with those circumstances the next day than to take the chance of being one of those guys.

#53 El-P

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Posted 15 June 2011 - 02:27 AM

I have nothing against drugs.


Ditto. Drugs are everywhere since the beginning of humanity. As long as you don't do harm to someone else and are responsible with it, I'm not one to judge. The only severe issue is addiction, but that's a different thing.

People have free will to do as they choose.


Until they become addict, and then, it's big trouble. I've dealt with a girl with an alchohol issue, and it can break you and the entourage down. It's truly a destructive thing.

There again though, I'm not a parent of a teenager who is wanting to experiment with narcotics.


I guess.

Nevertheless, I'll probably smoke pot till the day I die, though. And I'm not one of those types that brags about it, either. Marijuana helps control and moderate certain things that are wrong with me, like the amount of crippling pain I fight against on a daily basis because I tore my Achilles tendon, or the brain and heart injuries I suffered in the Marine Corps. Or the seven years of football on my athletic resume. It makes me a functioning cripple but without the nausea inducing side-effects of straight pain. If I were to lose that remedy, I might as well blow my fucking brains out because that is no way to live. Basically, marijuana to me is like vicodin to House.


Marijuana should be legalized yesterday. It's ridiculous, it's the least dangerous and addictive drugs of all. Tobacco is a poison. Alcohol is a billion time more dangerous, yet any fucker can ger wasted, take his car and kill a family, or come back home and hit his girlfriend. I've never heard of something killing other people because he smoked pot. And understand me, I'm not even a consummer. I never had a cigarette in my life and never did any drugs. I just drink socially, and even then, very hard to get wasted because I have a pretty strong resistance to alcohol and because I usually know when to stop (and doesn't enjoy the hangover one bit). I know I have somewhat of an addictive nature, so that keeps me away from trying anything although the tentation has been there from time to time. I reported my addictive instinct on others, much less risky things instead.

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Posted 15 June 2011 - 02:30 AM

Hah. I don't drive when I am high, though. Period. I refuse to take the chance of having that type of blood on my hands for the rest of my life. No way, man. I would rather walk whatever distance it is back home, and deal with those circumstances the next day than to take the chance of being one of those guys.


Yep. This is called responsability. Life is way too fragile.

#55 smkelly

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Posted 15 June 2011 - 02:58 AM

I have quit smoking twice in my life. I started smoking in the Marine Corps when I was learning how to fire a howitzer. It was either smoke or just stay a perpetual nervous wreck because someone on one of the other cannons might have made a mistake with a timed fuse. It is one of those mistakes that kill people without them ever knowing they were about to die in one hell of an explosion of gunpowder and torn apart two ton steel tube. In the fleet though, alcohol became readily available, and it was dirt cheap too, as were cigarettes. I drank hard after a few bad field ops and my only deployment. Had too, I guess. Something was missing and something needed to fill that empty void. Quitting smoking is not a fun experience. I always go cold turkey, which doesn't help much, but my will has beaten it twice on its own now, thankfully. That same strong will helped me get into the Marine Corps. The Marines is like a drug on its own, man. But I definitely understand how addictive drugs of all shapes and sizes can be for people. Some people can handle the urges, others will literal claw their own hide off while in the grasp of withdrawals. I've seen that at the county jail before. Alcohol withdrawals can actually kill a person if not properly attended to. I also understand that I use marijuana for an appropriate reason, i.e, to manage debilitating pain and focus my mind. Some people use drugs to alleviate other types of stresses in their lives or to escape their own hellish reality. It's sad that it too often consumes them. I've been lucky that I have dodged that train on several occasions. Thanks. I try to be as good of a person as I can. The Marines thought me more then how to jump out of helicopters, blow stuff up, navigate abyss like darkness, and sweep and clear a house in under two minutes. Honor, courage, and commitment are the values they preach and the values I took with me even after my body couldn't continue as a United States Marine. My sense of fairness plagues me continuously as well. My ethics of loyalty are lifelong to the people I love and respect. I simply have too much respect for them to ever put myself and innocent people at risk because of my irresponsibility and stupidity. Every time I hear about another drunk driver hitting and killing someone is just another rock on the pile of the great injustice our country provides for alcohol distributors at our expense. When has a man or woman under the influence of marijuana ever killed an entire family on their return trip home from a soccer game? Nevertheless, I guess alcohol is a necessary evil because without it, the people that needed it would completely lose their minds within hours of its removal. /backtoprowrestlingonly

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Posted 17 June 2011 - 01:10 AM

I lol'd:

CM Punk
“@WrestleMania: Only 292 days until @JohnCena faces @TheRock at @WrestleMania" Will the rock make it? The strenuous road must wear him out!


Punk and Austin take their little exchange from Raw to Twitter:

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Up & atom. Eggs & bacon. Ice & Coco.


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“@steveaustinBSR: @CMPunk how bout a beer to wash all that down?” What?


CM Punk
“@steveaustinBSR: @CMPunk it is waaaaay too early for this....have a good one....Punk.” Have a stunning day....Steven.



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Posted 17 June 2011 - 02:35 AM

I don't know of either man's personality all that much, but is that playful kidding or intended to be offensive on Steve's part?

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Posted 17 June 2011 - 03:30 AM

I don't know of either man's personality all that much, but is that playful kidding or intended to be offensive on Steve's part?

I'd say it's two guys having fun.

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Posted 17 June 2011 - 07:43 AM

I don't know of either man's personality all that much, but is that playful kidding or intended to be offensive on Steve's part?

I'd say it's two guys having fun.

But what's the fun of reading anything if you don't get to find something to be offended by?

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Posted 21 June 2011 - 06:13 AM

looks like he is going to take a long hiatus from the company. He claims on twitter that he knew from the beginning of the year that he was leaving (this is a reference to Summer of Punk in ROH before he went to WWE). He was one of my favorite parts of current WWE and with him gone the company should realize how valuable he was (is)




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