illannoyin: I'm young, rich, good looking, and could probably coast on my hit TV show's residuals for the rest of my life after it ends. But, that's just not enough. What could I do to make my life even more enjoyable?I've got it! Drugs! A massive amount or dangerous combination of powerful drugs will definitely make my super awesome perfect life even better and I'll finally be truly happy./Good riddance arsehole
ktybear: Adolf Oliver Nipples: Turns out that drug addiction and subsequent overdose can kill you. Who knew?It was probably the rehab that killed him really. Lots of drug addicts die after rehab. They're not used to the doses and get carried away. Better off staying hooked for some people.
Adolf Oliver Nipples: Turns out that drug addiction and subsequent overdose can kill you. Who knew?
paulseta: To many millions of Americans, Cory Monteith was the prophet of their crusade for musical equality. He was their voice of anguish, their eloquence in humiliation, their battle cry for human dignity. He forged for them the weapons of nonviolence that withstood and blunted the ferocity of music criticism.And to many millions of Americans, he was one of a group of performers who preserved the bridge of communication between musical subcultures when musical differences threatened the United States in this decade, as Glee performers and their fans sought the full freedom pledged to them before by Lady Gaga, Madonna, N-Sync, and Milli Vanilli.To the world Cory Monteith had the stature that accrued to a potential winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, a man with access to the White House and the Vatican; a veritable hero in the African states that were just emerging from colonialism.In his dedication to non-violence, Monteith was caught between Glee and normal music extremists as musical tensions erupted into arson, gunfire and looting in many of the nation's cities during the summer of 2013.Militant Glee fans, with the cry of, "burn, baby burn," argued that only by violence and segregation could the Glee fan attain self-respect, dignity and real equality in the United States.
PsiChick: Given that there weren't people there, and the media didn't mention the cause of death, it was probably suicide. That leaves a) mental illness, b) long-standing issues, or c) drug-induced stupid. A and C are the most likely unless someone comes forward with a story about B. Drugs will make you suicidal in some cases, and with illegal drugs,
exatron: theorellior: Let's get this started off right: what song should they use on the show to eulogize the character? I'm thinking "Another One Bites the Dust".The show should take a page from Jim Henson's memorial service.Being GreenTurn the World AroundWhen the River Meets the SeaBring Him HomeJim's Favorite Songs
SarcasticFark: I'm a closet Glee fan and I haz a sad.
Boghoss: Alunan: [images.wikia.com image 640x478][jennechrisville.files.wordpress.com image 628x434]It's always the pretty ones...In that first pick, is he jacking it below the picture?
reklamfox: JesseL: reklamfox: FTFA: "People we lost in 2013"WTF is that? 2013 is only half over, shouldn't it say "People we have lost so far in 2013"They're hoping there won't be any more for the next 5 months.No way Lohan will see the end of the year
JesseL: reklamfox: FTFA: "People we lost in 2013"WTF is that? 2013 is only half over, shouldn't it say "People we have lost so far in 2013"They're hoping there won't be any more for the next 5 months.
R.I.P. Heroic First Responder
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