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Death Of A Modern Day Prophet


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The last of his great films that I saw was the Master. His chemistry with Joaquin Phoenix was incredible. I followed his work, but not his life. I never knew he battled such demons. Why do I feel cheated here? The adoration of the world was not enough? 

A true master of stage and screen, taken too soon from this world. As we loose another troubadour of truth, today, we all suffer. RIP Phillip Seymour Hoffman 1967- 2014

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My condolences, another excellent actor, musician and/or general American who died from a drug overdose, why am I not surprised?

 

Investigators found a syringe in his left forearm, at least two plastic envelopes with what appeared to be heroin near where his body was found in a bathroom, and five empty plastic envelopes in a trash bin, a law-enforcement official said.

 

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/02/03/movies/philip-seymour-hoffman-actor-dies-at-46.html?hpw&rref=arts&_r=0

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This news is just so devastating. So young; so, so talented. I'm just reeling with sorrow.

 

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I am very sad to hear the news about this actor.  He truly was a great actor, and will be greatly missed.  What I will not miss is the news coverage that follows the death of celebrities related to drug overdoses, and how we should have more regulations about drug control.  As if regular people could come close to obtaining the drugs these guys get.  But you watch it will be on every station about the drug epidemic, well at least it wasn't prescription drugs. If it was, they would on a witch hunt for every doctor involved.  

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I am very sad to hear the news about this actor. He truly was a great actor, and will be greatly missed. What I will not miss is the news coverage that follows the death of celebrities related to drug overdoses, and how we should have more regulations about drug control. As if regular people could come close to obtaining the drugs these guys get. But you watch it will be on every station about the drug epidemic, well at least it wasn't prescription drugs. If it was, they would on a witch hunt for every doctor involved.

"Regular" people can get any of the drugs celebrities get. Ever been to Baltimore? Tons of "regular" people hooked on the same drug Hoffman OD'd on.

And the second bolded sentence, I disagree. It's those increasingly tighter regulations on prescription PKs that forces some addicts to hit the streets looking for H. If it were strong PKs he was taking instead, Hoffman may have known exactly what, and how much, he was taking. May even still be alive if that were the case. Instead he was shooting street crap that was mosy likely f3nt laced. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2550708/Authorities-investigate-possible-link-killer-heroin-fentanyl-batch-Philip-Seymour-Hoffmans-death.html

Google "f3nt@nyl laced H". Shocking how many recent articles have been published, within the past week even. People are dropping like flies from that shit.

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"Regular" people can get any of the drugs celebrities get. Ever been to Baltimore? Tons of "regular" people hooked on the same drug Hoffman OD'd on.

And the second bolded sentence, I disagree. It's those increasingly tighter regulations on prescription PKs that forces some addicts to hit the streets looking for H. If it were strong PKs he was taking instead, Hoffman may have known exactly what, and how much, he was taking. May even still be alive if that were the case. Instead he was shooting street crap that was mosy likely f3nt laced. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2550708/Authorities-investigate-possible-link-killer-heroin-fentanyl-batch-Philip-Seymour-Hoffmans-death.html

Google "f3nt@nyl laced H". Shocking how many recent articles have been published, within the past week even. People are dropping like flies from that shit.

I couldn't agree with you more. All you have to do is cruise the downtown streets of a large metro city and you can easily find anything you might want. They're not called "street" drugs for nothin'.

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I am very sad to hear the news about this actor.  He truly was a great actor, and will be greatly missed.  What I will not miss is the news coverage that follows the death of celebrities related to drug overdoses, and how we should have more regulations about drug control.  As if regular people could come close to obtaining the drugs these guys get.  But you watch it will be on every station about the drug epidemic, well at least it wasn't prescription drugs. If it was, they would on a witch hunt for every doctor involved.  

Yes, just like w/ guns, more paperwork is always the answer!

 

However, I am glad it was not prescription stuff in this case, because I think flower is right about an ensuing witch hunt.

 

But H, you are exactly right as well. (No need to actually go to Charm City, watching a season or two of The Wire will tell you everything you need to know about Baltimore...hon!) Ironic that folks believe h (lower case) is so horrifying; in and of itself, it’s actually a very good med, especially for certain types of cancer pain, but not overwhelmingly powerful, relatively speaking — in fact, it makes only a rather poor substitute for some of the more potent PKs (fen tin all being just one example) unless you’re willing to go the IV route... I’m not. As H points out, it’s all the other crap that may be mixed in w/ the powder that causes the problems.

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"Regular" people can get any of the drugs celebrities get. Ever been to Baltimore? Tons of "regular" people hooked on the same drug Hoffman OD'd on.

And the second bolded sentence, I disagree. It's those increasingly tighter regulations on prescription PKs that forces some addicts to hit the streets looking for H. If it were strong PKs he was taking instead, Hoffman may have known exactly what, and how much, he was taking. May even still be alive if that were the case. Instead he was shooting street crap that was mosy likely f3nt laced. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2550708/Authorities-investigate-possible-link-killer-heroin-fentanyl-batch-Philip-Seymour-Hoffmans-death.html

Google "f3nt@nyl laced H". Shocking how many recent articles have been published, within the past week even. People are dropping like flies from that shit.

Exactly!! This is the result of our "war on drugs". Fxxxing D3E should have been disbanded years ago. The failed at what they were supposed to do, so they found something they could do....the "war in the chronic pain patient" via the prescribing doctors.

I guarantee Mr. Hoffman would have been happier with a prescription bottle in his pocket than the few small plastic bags that littered his bathroom garbage...

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Apparently he had some prescription bottles with him also.

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I saw him on the Sunday Morning show in a segment a few months ago.

He was much thinner and talking about how Diabeties had made him change and lose weight and stop his bad habits.

The singlet showed him playing in a park with his kids and looking happy, but as I watched that months ago all I saw was a person trying to go thru the motions with a smile on his face while he told a good story.

All the footage was positive and so were the words, but to me it showed a person that was trying but their heart was not in it.

Kind of sad, I'm sure many can relate.

I do think it was a bad dose that got him, two child hood friends I had are gone now for the same reason (or similar).

I have never tried H, but I hear it makes my PK of choice seem like an aspirin. That would be a difficult urge to control if H is that much better then over the counter things.

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Google "f3nt@nyl laced H". Shocking how many recent articles have been published, within the past week even. People are dropping like flies from that shit.

 

I was JUST reading an article about this less than a few hours before I heard about Hoffman's overdose, and was wondering if it was responsible. I was thinking it seems weird though, wouldn't a dealer be able to make more selling the f3nt-a-nil alone rather than mixing it with H, which I always heard was cheaper than most strong PK's? I'm no expert on the street scene, but this combo seems like a bad business decision as well as a dangerous health hazard. 

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I get so sick of this shit.  The media lies.  Until I see his autopsy, I will not believe it was just heroin that killed him.  23 or 27 bags of smack laying around?  Dirty needles in a cup?  I've seen too much of this bullshit.  Yeah he's dead...an APPARENT drug overdose.  

 

Very few people actually OD on just heroin.  Throw booze or anything else including diabetes in the mix...

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I get so sick of this shit. The media lies. Until I see his autopsy, I will not believe it was just heroin that killed him. 23 or 27 bags of smack laying around? Dirty needles in a cup? I've seen too much of this bullshit. Yeah he's dead...an APPARENT drug overdose.

Very few people actually OD on just heroin. Throw booze or anything else including diabetes in the mix...

Indeed. I can't count how many music industry people I've known who died from speed balling. Don't be surprised to see cola in the chemical cocktail.

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