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2008-06-05 04:36:17 PM
dumflash: She was a well educated, fairly respected, adult when she made the decision to become addicted to drugs.

It's a major article of my ethical code that everybody deserves to be forgiven for one truly epic lapse of judgment, once they've made good on that mistake.

The Meth was Sweetin's.
 
2008-06-05 04:36:34 PM
TonySoprano
God I would fark that SO HARD!!!!!! YUMMMY!

Seriously, how many of you guys arent allowed to live within 1000 feet of a school or playground?
 
2008-06-05 04:38:43 PM
dumflash: "I'm sure if she was your sister, mother or wife, you'd feel the same way."

Actually, I have a druggie brother. He can go off himself anytime he pleases and the only thing that will make me sad is having to dress up for the funeral. I hate dressing up.


Says it all....
Predictable pathology. I've been through the mill on this too, all that wasted energy for some addicted loser and no one cares about me.
 
2008-06-05 04:39:07 PM
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NICE CANS
 
2008-06-05 04:40:30 PM
dumflash: "I'm sure if she was your sister, mother or wife, you'd feel the same way."

Actually, I have a druggie brother. He can go off himself anytime he pleases and the only thing that will make me sad is having to dress up for the funeral. I hate dressing up.


Ok, then you know better than you're letting on. If that's truly how you feel, in my opinion you're a crappy brother. It was also my brother who became an addict, and because I love my brother, I felt sad and helpless as I watched him sink into that deep, dark hole. When he went through recovery I was very happy for him.

But it's not as simple as that, which I think you know. There's a lot of anger and mistrust involved. To this day I'm wary any time my brother suggests something that even remotely involves a party. Maybe the relationship between you and your brother is bad regardless of drugs, I wouldn't know. But if you two were once close, and now are no longer because of the drugs, your anger is understandable. I know that you don't really mean what you said, just as I understand the temptation to say it. (And I'm no righteous dude, I said something similar myself, many times. I recognize now it was out of anger.)
 
2008-06-05 04:41:04 PM
yay another thread where a bunch of people who know nothing more than mr. mackie about drugs explain everything to everybody.

thanks.

/drugs are bad, mmmm kay
//not saying meth is a good idea, in anyway, just saying.
 
2008-06-05 04:43:39 PM
Actually I never really liked my brother, so there wasn't a mill to go through. When everyone found out he was a druggie it was more of a "Oh that figures, nice for him!"

Anyway, nice attempt at armchair psychoanalysis, I give it a 4.

I found this on another board...

"I am a 15 years old. I live in Boone, N.C. I loved you as Stephanie Tanner on Full House. You were always doing something funny, about to get into trouble or bothering D.J. You were especially great in seasons 6 through 8. Those are my favorite seasons. You sure went from really cute when you were younger to being a beautiful woman. Anyway, congrads on your new baby. I hope everything is going well. Good job on being a recovering addict!

Good job on being a recovering addict? This is what children are learning for the mass media and people who try to cheerlead the stupid.

Good job on being a recovering addict.

Maybe this girl will one day want to go up and be a recovering addict too!

Sweet!
 
2008-06-05 04:45:42 PM
+1111 on the headline.

i would have loved it was her actually sucking dick for coke though.

meth is gross.
 
2008-06-05 04:47:59 PM
karmachameleon - Actually I'm a pretty good brother. I get along well with my other other siblings. Heck I just had one of my brothers spent a week at my house. The druggie brother however, we never got along, he was never right in the head and he will never ever be consider a good person no matter how clean he gets.

My point isn't that drugs make someone bad. Hell most people are bad before they get into heavy drugs. My point is that someone asked how I would feel if it was a relative of mine, and I answered.

Maybe Jody has relatives that hate her too, I don't know, but everyone seems to think that everyone in her family simply must love the snot out of her. That is just an assumption. It's a big on too considering her life was messed up enough to do meth in the first place.
 
2008-06-05 04:51:36 PM
dumflash: Actually I never really liked my brother, so there wasn't a mill to go through. When everyone found out he was a druggie it was more of a "Oh that figures, nice for him!"

Anyway, nice attempt at armchair psychoanalysis, I give it a 4.


Fine, fair enough. Like I said, I don't really know you or your family's circumstances.

I found this on another board...

"I am a 15 years old. I live in Boone, N.C. I loved you as Stephanie Tanner on Full House. You were always doing something funny, about to get into trouble or bothering D.J. You were especially great in seasons 6 through 8. Those are my favorite seasons. You sure went from really cute when you were younger to being a beautiful woman. Anyway, congrads on your new baby. I hope everything is going well. Good job on being a recovering addict!

Good job on being a recovering addict? This is what children are learning for the mass media and people who try to cheerlead the stupid.

Good job on being a recovering addict.


As opposed to being a non-recovering addict, yes. If you had a family member you actually cared about on drugs, you'd be singing a different tune. Trust me.

You still haven't explained why drug users who have cleaned up deserve continued condemnation, and no kudos for cleaning up. Not that you need to, but it doesn't make your argument particularly persuasive.
 
2008-06-05 04:57:22 PM
The article doesn't have enough bestiality and anal rape to be a Bob Saget punchline.
 
2008-06-05 05:00:50 PM
dumflash: karmachameleon - Actually I'm a pretty good brother. I get along well with my other other siblings. Heck I just had one of my brothers spent a week at my house. The druggie brother however, we never got along, he was never right in the head and he will never ever be consider a good person no matter how clean he gets.

My point isn't that drugs make someone bad. Hell most people are bad before they get into heavy drugs. My point is that someone asked how I would feel if it was a relative of mine, and I answered.


Yeah, I was the one who asked that. :-) I meant a relative that you actually cared about and who was a good person in spite of the drug use. If you have a brother who has always been messed up, and would not be a good person even if he got clean, that's obviously a different story. I was not referring to that kind of person.

Maybe Jody has relatives that hate her too, I don't know, but everyone seems to think that everyone in her family simply must love the snot out of her. That is just an assumption. It's a big on too considering her life was messed up enough to do meth in the first place.

The vast majority of problem drug users are not your prototypical cliched-Hollywood-movie strung-out street addicts. They are your neighbors, co-workers, family and friends. Jodie is just one of these people. She started using drugs out of boredom and dissatisfaction with her life, pretty standard really. I don't know what her family thinks of her either, but I'm pretty sure the people who care about her and happy for her recovery.

And as a fan, label me as one of them. :-)
 
2008-06-05 05:02:32 PM
karmachameleon: I don't know what her family thinks of her either, but I'm pretty sure the people who care about her and happy for her recovery.

Heh, should read, "...but I'm pretty sure the people who care about her ARE happy for her recovery."
 
2008-06-05 05:08:35 PM
Great Janitor: This girl is my next pick for the "Child Star doesn't find any work due to typecasting, turns to drugs, porn, cleans up her act, finds God and can only find acting jobs on christian television networks".

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-azqXygCzO8 (not a rickroll)


Great Janitor is my new favorite Farker. Between this link and his earlier knowledge of Jaimee Foxworth, he shows himself as a great man with a breadth of knowledge little seen around these parts on such critical matters as child stars gone bad.
 
2008-06-05 05:08:57 PM
Yeah but she went from her life nearly ending to her life being over. Not exactly a win.
 
2008-06-05 05:12:12 PM
karmachameleon: Not everyone who uses an illicit drug turns into a Drug Addict(tm).

Careful, if you destroy the carefully constructed propaganda system people will start druggin' it up left and right and then where will we be?

Can't have any grey areas!!
 
2008-06-05 05:17:36 PM
The_Original_Roxtar: 7-week-old daughter Zoie....
Sweetin's husband of 10 months Cody Herpin,


/hotlinked
skink: NaughtiousMaximus: Do we have any
Plutonian Nyborg left?

Just one bag.
It is in the transmitter compartment.

Great.
Is this enough?

- No. Go for broke.
- Good thinking, man.

Nose dive!

Wow! Good Nyborg!

Too Obscure?



Nothing is obscure on Fark.

/Can't believe I GISd the correct image




I just watched that again the other night (you can stream it from Netflix). It amuses the hell out of me. As does the South Park tribute to it episode.
 
2008-06-05 05:19:30 PM
The Notorious HIV: None of the girls from full house are hot. Not then, not now.


/Whoever played uncle jesse's wife was smokin' though.


Completely agree!
 
2008-06-05 05:19:46 PM
She came to my college (just graduated, woo hoo! not!) in September and gave a talk called "Meth: How Rude!"

I totally called that she was pregs back then and she wasn't even showing.
 
2008-06-05 05:20:31 PM
VernonFL
Consider that the pool of meth users/addicts is probably a fraction of the pool of alcohol and tobacco users/addicts.

You can take some meth when you want to with no ill effects. Congratulations to you. not all can.

(Of course, how many addicts in the early stage of addiction actually own up to being addicts? But I'll assume good faith here.)
 
2008-06-05 05:22:51 PM
Ah well, maybe there's still an angry ex boyfriend/girlfriend out there to leak a video online...
 
2008-06-05 05:25:52 PM
dumflash: My point isn't that drugs make someone bad. Hell most people are bad before they get into heavy drugs. My point is that someone asked how I would feel if it was a relative of mine, and I answered.

Just one more thing, then I'll stop with the overkill. ;-) My point is that bad people aren't the only people who abuse drugs. In fact, they're the minority. Most drug abusers are perfectly normal people who keep their habit well hidden (note that Jodie kept her habit hidden from her husband, for fark's sake. You don't do that with meth unless you're truly in the closet).

Look around your workplace or your neighborhood. Some of those people, probably the nicest ones, are abusing drugs, and you don't even know it. That's the majority drug user that government propoganda doesn't seem to address.
 
2008-06-05 05:26:12 PM
Meth addict meets guy in rehab, marries him after knowing him two months (her 2nd marriage, and she's only 26) and then breeds? This will end well.
 
2008-06-05 05:31:13 PM
Party-sized bucket of flan: Meth addict meets guy in rehab, marries him after knowing him two months (her 2nd marriage, and she's only 26) and then breeds? This will end well.

As long is it ends with "Vivid Entertainment" in the credits, I'll be happy.
 
2008-06-05 05:32:19 PM
Went to school with her.. she was a stuck up biatch. not surprised she turned into a meth addict
 
2008-06-05 05:35:58 PM
I'm nuts over her. Really. She's only this tall.
 
2008-06-05 05:36:30 PM
bhcompy: Went to school with her.. she was a stuck up biatch. not surprised she turned into a meth addict

nice
 
2008-06-05 05:39:10 PM
So shes not funny? I dont get it.
 
2008-06-05 05:46:08 PM
veronicamars52: If I found out my mom was a recovering meth addict I'd divorce the hell out of her.

img255.imageshack.us

/seemed appropriate
 
2008-06-05 05:55:21 PM
karmachameleon: dumflash: My point isn't that drugs make someone bad. Hell most people are bad before they get into heavy drugs. My point is that someone asked how I would feel if it was a relative of mine, and I answered.

Just one more thing, then I'll stop with the overkill. ;-) My point is that bad people aren't the only people who abuse drugs. In fact, they're the minority. Most drug abusers are perfectly normal people who keep their habit well hidden (note that Jodie kept her habit hidden from her husband, for fark's sake. You don't do that with meth unless you're truly in the closet).

Look around your workplace or your neighborhood. Some of those people, probably the nicest ones, are abusing drugs, and you don't even know it. That's the majority drug user that government propoganda doesn't seem to address.


No some of them are using drugs. Not all users are abusers. Not all people who have a drink are alcoholics. Learn how to abuse a dictionary.
 
2008-06-05 06:01:23 PM
Why am I supposed to care? You were a half-assed sitcom celeb, then you couldn't get any jobs so you started partying and doing drugs that are known to fark your life up, and now you expect people to be inspired by your story because you finally went back to being normal? fark you! I had to bring my brother back from meth, and while I'm glad he's clean now, I don't really have any respect for him quitting because he SHOULD HAVE STAYED AWAY FROM THAT shiat IN THE FIRST PLACE. I would have been way happier if he would have somewhat concentrated in school, not done drugs, and not farked his life up for about 4 years. Walking up to someone and saying "this person is doing great because they focused and applied themselves" is awesome, telling someone "ya, they almost killed themselves with drugs, but they're doing better" is not. This person does not deserve to be featured in a magazine because they farked up and are now back to doing what the rest of us do EVERY GODDAMN DAY!

/didn't read the article, but it's the same story every time
 
2008-06-05 06:01:34 PM
defects:

Learn how to abuse a dictionary.

Man, I thought I was in a dry spell. If you're abusing dictionaries, you're doing something very, very wrong.
 
2008-06-05 06:02:52 PM
mybabysmomma: karmachameleon
I agree with you. My brother-in-law is a big fat loser heroin addict. So is his girlfriend. They had a baby 2 years ago, born 4 1/2 months preemie and addicted. They are currently both in jail and their baby was taken by the county at birth. I couldn't care less about these two crapweasels as it stands but if they cleaned up and got their acts together I would be happier than fly on poop.


My old roommate had 2 tweeker friends (a guy & a girl) that used to show up at the house at 3 or 4am like it was the middle of the day. Their pupils were all dilated, they talked really fast, and they kept changing the subject. It was like talking to a kid with ADD. If I gave them any money ANY MONEY they pretty much did whatever I asked them to. I wasn't an asshole (still not) so I'd just ask them to wash the dishes, take out the trash, cut the grass, put together an entertainment center, shampoo the carpet...never thought $20 could go such a long way. And they didn't steal my shiat, which really had me farked up cuz my roommate never locked the front door. Then they just stopped coming by the house. Almost a year later the guy shows up in the middle of the day! and says he's been staying home lately cuz he was tired of going out all the time. He just got a new job working in this apartment complex nearby and wanted to stop by to say hi. I tell my roommate when she got home later on that he came by, she tells me they both got busted at a meth house and had been in jail the last few months. The guy and the girl don't hang out anymore cuz he moved back in with his parents & got clean while the girl got a boyfriend that happens to be a meth dealer.

/nicest tweekers I ever met.
//miss having my grass cut at 7:30 in the morning...
 
2008-06-05 06:11:54 PM
defects: No some of them are using drugs. Not all users are abusers. Not all people who have a drink are alcoholics. Learn how to abuse a dictionary.

Never meant to imply they were - I think I said the very same thing in another post up above: "Not everyone who uses an illicit drug turns into a Drug Addict(tm)."

Anyway, the vast majority of both users and abusers are just normal people. The strung-out flea-ridden needle-pumping bums of movie and TV fame are the biggest spectacles, perhaps, but they are the minority even if they're more easily noticed.
 
2008-06-05 06:13:01 PM
She's a hottie! She used to host that show Pants Off Dance Off. Never stripped or anything, but she still looked great.
 
2008-06-05 06:15:05 PM
Pimpb0t3000: Why am I supposed to care? You were a half-assed sitcom celeb, then you couldn't get any jobs so you started partying and doing drugs that are known to fark your life up, and now you expect people to be inspired by your story because you finally went back to being normal? fark you! I had to bring my brother back from meth, and while I'm glad he's clean now, I don't really have any respect for him quitting because he SHOULD HAVE STAYED AWAY FROM THAT shiat IN THE FIRST PLACE. I would have been way happier if he would have somewhat concentrated in school, not done drugs, and not farked his life up for about 4 years. Walking up to someone and saying "this person is doing great because they focused and applied themselves" is awesome, telling someone "ya, they almost killed themselves with drugs, but they're doing better" is not. This person does not deserve to be featured in a magazine because they farked up and are now back to doing what the rest of us do EVERY GODDAMN DAY!

/didn't read the article, but it's the same story every time


Such people may not be much inspiration for those of us who aren't drug abusers (and let's admit it, it's easy for us to talk, isn't it?), but I can certainly see where Jodie's story might be inspirational to another drug addict.

If her story inspires some people to successfully recover, the attention given to her is worth it, don't you think? I don't think she "expects" anything - she's just sharing her story. I just fail to see how that makes her bad. If you don't like it, you don't have to listen to it. If it doesn't apply to you, that doesn't mean it won't apply to anyone else.
 
2008-06-05 06:24:58 PM
Perducci
Doing the math...

The baby is 7 weeks, or roughly two months. Add 9 for pregnancy.
She's been married 10 months.

So... basically she got married three or four weeks after getting knocked-up. Very classy. Not soon enough to be sure that you're pregnant and that the baby will be okay, but quick enough that you're not too big at the wedding.


In the old days, that was called "making an honest woman out of her." Give the gal and her babydaddy credit for not wanting to bring a bastard into this world, okay?

/hopes she's turned her life around.
//could use some good news today.
 
2008-06-05 06:40:50 PM
I like drug chics. They are way better in bed. . .

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2008-06-05 06:48:04 PM
IXI Jim IXI: Ah well, maybe there's still an angry ex boyfriend/girlfriend out there to leak a video online...

one can only hope

(is it wrong if I think that if she happens to look a little wasted and "$15 desperate" in the video it would make it a little hotter?)
 
2008-06-05 06:55:22 PM
Mondak: I like drug chics. They are way better in bed. . .

I'm currently sleeping with an ex-meth user, and I have to agree with you.
 
2008-06-05 06:58:06 PM
Bob Saget.
Jewish Humor? I just have never seen the attraction.
 
2008-06-05 07:00:38 PM
Mondak: I like drug chics. They are way better in bed. . .

Once. Their version of teh crazy gets pretty old pretty fast. Especially when it gets to that paranoia thing.

/hide the sharp shiat
//sleep alone
///LOCK THE GODDAM DOOR!
 
2008-06-05 07:11:19 PM
GoodasGold: Bob Saget.
Jewish Humor? I just have never seen the attraction.


Buddy Hackett?
 
2008-06-05 07:26:33 PM
Jackie Mason?
 
2008-06-05 07:29:52 PM
she came to my campus last fall. I asked her what it was like to be high on meth and she thought about it for a long time:

"it's like being in a car that's going two hundred miles an hour and having forty people talk at you at once, and then crashing, and then getting back up to that speed again."

/my childhood died that day.
 
2008-06-05 08:34:25 PM
Someone said she met her new husband in rehab. She didn't. She met him after leaving treatment, some friends introduced them.

For those of you having a cow over her possibly being pregnant when she got married, I sure hope that you never have premarital sex (not that many of you will ever know what real sex is.. that's when your hand isn't the only other individual involved in the act). Otherwise, you are a steaming pile of hypocrisy and need to get your head out of your butt.
 
2008-06-05 08:51:08 PM
Beanlet:
Actually, I think people are commenting on the old "snagging a man with a baby" trick. Not the sex-before-marriage thing.

If I remember right, she had a problem with meth for awhile. Her last husband was a cop and said something about leaving her if she ever got into it again. She got into it again and he left. Can't blame him.
 
2008-06-05 09:02:27 PM
nikilds: TonySoprano
God I would fark that SO HARD!!!!!! YUMMMY!

Seriously, how many of you guys arent allowed to live within 1000 feet of a school or playground?


Yeah! You're a pervert if you wanna fark Jodie because she was once a child!
 
2008-06-05 09:37:35 PM
She was ugly addicted to meth. But hot dog is she cute again!
 
2008-06-05 10:11:36 PM
I'm sorry, but sex on meth is farking awesome.

I was never an addict, just a dabbler. A friend of mine (who has since destroyed himself) came over about 5 years ago, and turned Lady Invictus and I onto some pharmaceutical grade meth.

After my friend left, careening off into the night, it got weird at Castle Invictus. An all-night festival of no-holes-barred perversion and lust!

Haven't done it since because both of our bodies hurt for days afterwards. Yeah, it was WILD.

The only way to know what drugs do is to try them yourself, regardless of what the government's propaganda says. Some people can handle their high and go back to their normal lives afterwards, and some people can't.

Still, I wouldn't mind smoking a big pinch of meth and having a 12-hour marathon of buttsex with grown-up Stephanie from Full House.

/got nasty dirty with Lady Invictus last night
//no meth required
///A-U-T-O-matic!
 
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