1. avatar EPK
    This time for suspected car theft and possessing class A drugs.
    There'll be many critics of Pete, but they don't realise that being a professional w anker is an illness that needs sympathy.
  2. avatar racecarisracecarbackwards
    I don't think he deserves any sympathy to be honest. He's been giving far too many second chances.
  3. avatar Mexico
    I dont care anymore

    he should just be locked up so the tabloids can stop printing crap about him and because he is quite clearly a criminal
  4. avatar pauldoherty
    i really think when he does these things he knows its gonna levitate him in status with the youngins as bein a rock n roll icon,but really he's makin a dick out of himself.......and he's no keith moon
  5. avatar Mexico
    [quote:4f81e60b9a="pauldoherty"].......and he's no keith moon[/quote:4f81e60b9a]

    True he hasnt run over anyone yet :twisted:
  6. avatar pauldoherty
    or park in a swimming pool.............
  7. avatar tenrabbits
    or play the drums..??!?!? Bit of a daft comparison all round there.
  8. avatar Mexico
    True bill like
  9. avatar pauldoherty
    thats what happens when your bored wah? good on ye for pointin out the drums bit,that would have took me ages!!!
  10. avatar Numbnut Sounds
    But wait a minute...he did win Sexiest Male 2005 at the NME awards...

    [img:ae81f1c9c9]http://www.rockstar.it/news/img/Pete_Doherty_L4.jpg[/img:ae81f1c9c9]
  11. avatar Mexico
    [quote:6d11ed5c87="Numbnut Sounds"]But wait a minute...he did win Sexiest Male 2005 at the NME awards...

    [img:6d11ed5c87]http://www.rockstar.it/news/img/Pete_Doherty_L4.jpg[/img:6d11ed5c87][/quote:6d11ed5c87]

    To me there he looks like an famine victim


    dead sexy :shock:
  12. avatar Rezo
    He's no Nicky from Westlife - but sure it was the NME awards...
  13. avatar Seamusmaguidhir
    [quote:7add36789e="Mexico"]
    he should just be locked up so the tabloids can stop printing crap about him and because he is quite clearly a criminal[/quote:7add36789e]

    But that will defeat the whole purpose of Bill Drummond's latest and most successful stunt :-D

    http://www.recordoftheday.com/cgi-bin/rotd-mb/rotd_config.pl?read=65731
  14. avatar Seamusmaguidhir
    [quote:e667b56877="Rezo"]He's no Nicky from Westlife - but sure it was the NME awards...[/quote:e667b56877]

    That's be the NME awards that voted in the best website category.....








    .......the fricking NME website!
  15. avatar Mexico
    [quote:8343286b2d="Seamusmaguidhir"][quote:8343286b2d="Mexico"]
    he should just be locked up so the tabloids can stop printing crap about him and because he is quite clearly a criminal[/quote:8343286b2d]

    But that will defeat the whole purpose of Bill Drummond's latest and most successful stunt :-D

    http://www.recordoftheday.com/cgi-bin/rotd-mb/rotd_config.pl?read=65731[/quote:8343286b2d]

    That link wont work fer moi
  16. avatar pauldoherty
    yeah noticed that,bit pointless......
  17. avatar Seamusmaguidhir
    [quote:1d26b80242="pauldoherty"]yeah noticed that,bit pointless......[/quote:1d26b80242]

    er, oops have a transcript by way of apology, and see why I didn't wanna post it!
    Pete Doherty and the KLF
    POSTED BY:: Jegsy
    Date: Fri/10/2/06 17:13

    The Samaritans have today recruited 600 extra staff to deal with an expected surge in calls as troubled fans come to terms with today's revelations about rocker and teen icon Pete Doherty. In a surprise press conference today, the men behind Doherty's career reveled themselves - and admitted that the Libertines, Babyshambles, the tales of drug use, the armed robberies and the affair with supermodel Kate Moss have all been part of one of the largest hoaxes in British history.
    The men behind the scandal - Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty, who were themselves infamous popstars under the name The KLF - admitted how they plucked a young Buddy Holly impersonator Doherty from obscurity and made him a media darling. "It was a meant to be a quick stunt to show the frailties of our celbrity-obsessed culture," said Cauty, adding, "there are too many people who are famous despite their lack of talent, usefulness and basic intelligence. We wanted to do something that held a mirror up to that." Mr Drummond called Britain's pop-culture "sick" and said that although he regretted the hurt caused to Doherty's many fans, he hoped "this incident taught us all some important things".
    In a prepared statement, the two men - famous for many other pop pranks, including the famous burning of GBP1million on a remote Scottish island - detailed how they manipulated the British Press into making Doherty an icon. Doherty - whose real name has now been revealed to be Trevor McDermott - was making a living as a part-time Buddy Holly impersonator in the Cornwall holiday circuit. He began a short-lived affair with the singer of a well known 80's rock band, and was introduced to Drummond and Cauty at a backstage party in London's West End. The men described how a drunken McDermott amused them with his slurred singing and frenetic dance movements, and how they then realised that this would be the perfect "dupe" for a plan they had been hatching for some time.
    "The plan involved proving three theories we have about current British society," reads the statement. "The first is that in the so-called "alternative" scene, everybody is too scared of missing The Next Big Thing to worry about anything else." To prove this, some session musicians were provided to compose the rest of the "band", The Libertines, and rumours of exposive gigs were leaked to the media. "The gigs in question never actually took place, but we didn't have to worry about that. Soon the buzz around The Libertines was so frenetic, journalists were falling over themselves to claim to have been at the front of every single fictional gig." Within weeks, The Libertines were appearing on magazines and receiving record offers. Gigs sold out in minutes, while their first album "Up The Bracket" flew off shelves.
    Feeling that their first point had been proved, Drummond and Cauty moved to their second theory: "We feel that our culture has become an enormous soap opera. We don't care what a person thinks, or creates, or contributes. We just care about what they do in their normal lives. Especially when it's something they shouldn't be doing."
    To demonstrate this, the men co-ordinated a number of scandals. First was a robbery staged in the house of one of the band members. When this took place, McDermott (aka Doherty) was unknown outside of the alternative music scene. An incident of this calibre was sufficient, however, to catapult McDermott onto the front page of every major national tabloid. "One day we has just another singer, the next day he was 'Disgraced Celebrity Rocker', and he hasn't been out of the papers since". Further revelations about drug abuse and violence kept McDermott and The Libertines on the front pages for months.
    One thing that took even Drummond and Cauty by surprise was the affair with model Kate Moss. "That was not something that we planned or had any involvement. Whether she knew about the hoax is something we are not party to. We have never had any contact with Miss Moss." However, this was the boost their project needed - where the drugs and crime had made McDermott a media sensation, the relationship with one of fashion's most famous women catapulted him into the world of true celebrity. "While we had not planned this, it certainly proved our point. There are many superior artists in the country today, but they never appear in Heat or The Sun, because they don't have the words 'boyfriend of Kate Moss' after their name."
    Despite this boost, the project began running into a major setback for Drummond and Cauty. Just as they were preparing to enter the final phase of their scheme, Doherty decided that he wanted to part company with them, the fake band, and begin seriously recording music. He stopped all contact with the men, and threatened legal actions if any details were leaked to the press. "We were upset at the apparent failure of our grand project, and also at the monster we had created in Pete Doherty. Our third theorem - that 'If enough people say that a piece of s*** is a bar of gold, we'll believe it's a bar of gold' - seemed to have been beyond salvation. Fortunately, at that point Pete released the first Babyshambles album."
    In the time since then, Drummond and Cauty have been locked in a vicious legal battle, which was eventually settled out of court by the discovery of a videotape showing McDermott singing "Peggy Sue" at a Butlin's in Devon. Publicly, McDermott still strongly denies all charges. How this affects the future career of Pete Doherty remains to be seen.
  18. avatar Mexico
    Read that before didnt find it that good
  19. avatar palrub
    he's no George Michael.
  20. avatar Mexico
    [quote:bcbef352cc="palrub"]he's no George Michael.[/quote:bcbef352cc]

    No he doesnt wank off cops
  21. avatar T Entertainment
    It's a deep, deep shame that the owner of the car didn't catch him at it and knock the sh*t out of him with a wheelbrace.
  22. avatar tinpot anto
    He's no Brian Harvey!
  23. avatar SuperSilent
    [quote:c388e0d020="T Entertainment"]It's a deep, deep shame that the owner of the car didn't catch him at it and knock the sh*t out of him with a wheelbrace.[/quote:c388e0d020]

    That would only be bettered if, upon his arrest for his assault on Doherty, the car-owner said: "Pete Doherty? Who's that?"
  24. avatar Rezo
    Come on now Chris the man needs help. Helped into the back of a transit van and the living daylights kicked out of him.... :P
  25. avatar Mexico
    [quote:14513acce8="tinpot anto"]He's no Brian Harvey![/quote:14513acce8]

    yeah he hasnt tried to top himself yet
  26. avatar Trey Kipfinger
    I used to love Brian Harvey. Has anyone started an East 17 vs Take That debate yet? I can't wait to see Take That live.
  27. avatar tenrabbits
    [quote:72427266bf="pauldoherty"]yeah noticed that,bit pointless......[/quote:72427266bf]

    Haha! Sensitive type eh? Better watch it.. you might get addicted to drugs and end up shaggin kate moss.

















    Hang on...
  28. avatar remaderyan
    rite, lets face it he is a runaway train.

    some of these days its gonna come as no surprise to anyone that he's gonna suffocate in a pool of his own vomit. no big shock there.


    But that will be one good movie.
  29. avatar Gripper Magee
    He's no Bill Guiney :-D
  30. avatar Mexico
    [quote:13675f9972="remaderyan"]rite, lets face it he is a runaway train.

    some of these days its gonna come as no surprise to anyone that he's gonna suffocate in a pool of his own vomit. no big shock there.


    [/quote:13675f9972]

    Ye gods i hope not or hel be pinned up as this generations Hendrix by that NME rag
  31. avatar palrub
    or worse still, ol' Cobain.
  32. avatar exitonline
    Besides being a total f*%kin wanker he is also a rather talentless musician! Were any of his bands even that successful? He's also in more than eighty grand of debt, so aswell as being a talentless wanker he is now also a broke talentless wanker. Nice state to be in.....me thinks not!
  33. avatar in prog we trust
    Why can't there be an electric chair for twats like this.EPK,being a professional wanker is an illness but,it doesn't require sympathy,it requires capital punishment of the highest extreme
  34. avatar Chomsky
    I think it's ridiculous someone with so little talent and intelligence can be lauded with such praise by the devil spawn offspring that is the "respected music press".

    Why can't he just overdose or something so we don't have to listen to this nonsense anymore. His antics are as uninteresting and pointless as his music.
  35. avatar Gripper Magee
    In fairness now Ted, he can play guitar.


    But he's no Eddie Van Halen.
  36. avatar confetti
    [quote:577be4c481="Chomsky"]I think it's ridiculous someone with so little talent and intelligence can be lauded with such praise by the devil spawn offspring that is the "respected music press".

    Why can't he just overdose or something so we don't have to listen to this nonsense anymore. His antics are as uninteresting and pointless as his music.[/quote:577be4c481]

    I know I will get slated for it, however, I love The Libertines and Baby Shambles but more especially I love the acoustic solo Peter Doherty. I think the music is something you either hate or are deeply affected by and love (which sounds silly and pretentious but that is the way I and many others feel about it).

    I think hoping someone will overdose as Chomsky and many others (not only on here) have said is despicable. I know its probably a bit tongue in cheek, but wishing someone dead so you dont have to read about them is a bit much, and anyway wouldnt a death just spawn loads more nonsense, books, photos, albums etc.

    PD is acting like an idiot, but then again dont all addicts to a greater or lesser extent? The trouble for him is, he is surrounded by a bunch of idiot addicts while trying to stay clean. I am sure that is not easy for anyone,but added to that he has the tabloids hounding him every day because they are all waiting for him to overdose and want to be the first with the news, at the moment he sells papers.

    If he is charged and found guilty over these latest accusations, then he will be going to jail and probably for some considerable time, so he will disappear from the tabloids then and everyone will be happy. All his most supportive fans want is for him to sort himself out and be able to write and perform again, in his present state that is unlikely.
  37. avatar The Fires of Hell
    The best thing I ever saw in connection with this wannabe was his interview with Kirsty Wark. This is mainly because it provided yet another reason to watch Kirsty Wark for half an hour, were any more needed.

    Meeaow.
  38. avatar tenrabbits
    Kirsty Wark??! Really???!

    You lookin for some stern disciplinary action then Fires?:

    [img:b8c45d1291]http://www.rootshebrides.com/datastore/gallery/normal/6cc.jpg[/img:b8c45d1291]

    Please ms wark.. don't spank me again..
  39. avatar The Fires of Hell
    I fear I have said too much already.
  40. avatar comprachio
    TBF this thread is being propagated by the people who don't like him... if you really want him to go away would it not be better to ignore him?

    I think his 'antics' are indescribably balls and he does give the impression of bein a total moron but HE IS a fairly talented songwriter. The Libertines first Up the Bracket is a really good album with a pleathora of finely written tunes - a talentless moron could not have come up with such great melodies/hooks and lyrics imo

    To say he's a talentless and unintellegent is lazy and ignorant. But to say he acts like a complete wanker is totally spot on.

    [quote:06845f9c7a]Were any of his bands even that successful?[/quote:06845f9c7a]

    Be it through hype, scandal or otherwise, it would be naive to suggest that the libertines and babyshambles were anything other than commercially successful
  41. avatar EPK
    [quote:2a53e332ea] if you really want him to go away would it not be better to ignore him? [/quote:2a53e332ea]
    Absolutely...now if you can only have a word with the media, newspapers etc etc.... so it's actually humanly possible to do so.
  42. avatar Gripper Magee
    I saw the Kirst Wark thing too.

    He showed a lot of talent.

    Still sick of looking at his idiot face though.


    He's no Phil Daniels.
  43. avatar tinpot anto
    I like Kirsty Wark too.

    That's a sexy woman.

    But Doherty? He's no Lenny Henry.
  44. avatar The Limelight
    Pete Doherty, talentless or not?

    BABYSHAMBLES will be playing in the Spring & Airbrake on Wednesday 12th April - tickets going on sale this Friday from Katy Daly's and Ticketmaster. Why not come down on the night and decide then?
  45. avatar T Entertainment
    I'd love to see this evidence for his supposed 'intelligence'. Certainly the recent prison diaries in The Guardian suggested quite the opposite - he's clearly been convinced by the NME he's some sort of prophet, but his actual writing suggests a literary paper tiger.
    As for the poetry, well...


    January 29
    I see paint-cracked walls stained with shite
    Long long lock-up days
    Cold lonely nights
    And I think to myself ... what a wonderful world
    I see men touching fists
    Saying "watcha bruv"
    Screams from below
    Shit parcels from above
    And I think to myself ...
    I see my true love
    On a Rimmel advert


    Um, SPASTIC!!!! anyone?
  46. avatar gtm
    [quote:ea1a278509="The Limelight"]Pete Doherty, talentless or not?

    BABYSHAMBLES will be playing in the Spring & Airbrake on Wednesday 12th April - tickets going on sale this Friday from Katy Daly's and Ticketmaster. Why not come down on the night and decide then?[/quote:ea1a278509]

    Wonderland are currently selling tickets saying its 14th April. What's up with that?
  47. avatar dirty stevie smitty
    I would quite enjoy watching him being strung up by a kettle lead and then having his kneecapps blown off by some of Norn Iron's finest furry faces (any side will do please).
  48. avatar The Limelight
    The gig was initially pencilled in for Friday 14th April, but changed to Wednesday 12th - hence the mix-up. Just to confirm, the gig is scheduled for Wednesday 12th April.
  49. avatar gtm
    Cheers.
  50. avatar ryankozzi
    he and his band are indeed awful. talentless. crap gigs, gutter music. avoid.
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  51. avatar gtm
    It definitely is a crap gig. Seeing as it hasn't happened yet. Spastic.
  52. avatar ryankozzi
    come on, the mans a clown.
    who would pay money to see a busking junkie? For thats what he is, is he not?

    i could go through Belfast, Dublin or Manchester etc any day and see it for free.

    And you would go down well at the Babyshi-ttles gig. Bad attiude.
    Angsty. Seems that way to me as you refer to me as 'spastic' a horrible and very morally offensive word. Thats just lovely for those here who have disabled loved ones. tut tut


    As for that band and their gigs, they are an industry phase. I personally predict that Doherty will end up sleeping in a box looking even more like sh-ite than he already does - of course only once the bright lights fade and the fat cats get their cash turn and get sick of his junkie ways.

    pure balls.
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  53. avatar tenrabbits
    As a matter of interest - who here has actually seen a babyshambles gig? As opposed to, you know, spouting off about a band they've never seen. Which none of you would do I'm sure..
  54. avatar ryankozzi
    ive seen and heard enough in the media. his disgusting heroin smack my beatch up ways and foul mouthed gibberish. id bang his ex though. :)

    and ive heard their last album. if its that crap, having been created with aid of million pound studios and session musicans it cant be much craic live can it now?
  55. avatar MalekB-Sick
    i seen them live once, i left after 10 minutes, its was a mockery to music i wanted to throw up.
  56. avatar ryankozzi
    Ahem......
  57. avatar SuperSilent
    [quote:a44b6298fe="ryankozzi"]who would pay money to see a busking junkie?[/quote:a44b6298fe]

    John Lennon? Bob Dylan? Janis Joplin? Tim Buckley? Tim Hardin?

    I think many, many people would pay to see a busking junkie.
  58. avatar gtm
    My best friend's brother has Down's Syndrome - he still uses the word spastic, so stop trying to take the moral highground, ryankozzi. Although it is obvious from your posts that you are a bit of a spastic.

    "ive seen and heard enough in the media. his disgusting heroin smack my beatch up ways and foul mouthed gibberish. id bang his ex though."

    Foul-mouthed gibberish? What age are you? 90? You may want to "bang" his ex, which itself is a derogatory and misogynistic reference, but she'd probably not want to be "banged" by you.

    "And you would go down well at the Babyshi-ttles gig. Bad attiude.
    Angsty."

    Angsty? I'm not the one with near enough 99% negative contributions to Fastfude. Although you do remind me of the way I behaved on this board maybe six years ago, which to be frank, is embarassing.
  59. avatar xfirefishx
    I think Pete Doherty is a complete tube and I really do not like either the Libertines or Babyshambles but there are definitely a stack load of bands out there who are musically much much worse. I can listen to the music - it's okay *shrugs* reletively inoffensive.

    And Pete Doherty's presence doesn't bother me that much. I just don't read about it much - I don't buy Heat or I skip past the articles in the paper. It's not so hard.
  60. avatar feline1
    [quote:525000e9bf="gtm"]My best friend's brother has Down's Syndrome - he still uses the word spastic, so stop trying to take the moral highground, ryankozzi. Although it is obvious from your posts that you are a bit of a spastic. [/quote:525000e9bf]

    Yeah but being a spastic (like Joey Deacon) isn't the same as being a mong(oloid).

    [i:525000e9bf]Heavier than ewe and me!
    One chromosome too many!
    And he - wore a hat - and he - had a job - and he -
    brought home the bacon, because - no-one knew-eeew-eeeew-oooOOOO
    he was a Mongoloid, mogolOID[/i:525000e9bf]
    etc etc etc
  61. avatar Vegas
    "John Lennon? Bob Dylan? Janis Joplin? Tim Buckley? Tim Hardin?" - the 'busking junkies' people would pay money to see.

    Outside of Dylan I'd love to know who's gonna pay to see the other 4? :lol:
  62. avatar tenrabbits
    [quote:449c99e50e="Vegas"]John Lennon? Bob Dylan? Janis Joplin? Tim Buckley? Tim Hardin?

    Outside of Dylan I'd love to know who's gonna pay to see the other 4? :lol:[/quote:449c99e50e]

    Me.. at least Janis Joplin and Tim Buckley.

    Or how's about Neil Young, Johnny Cash, Mars Volta (and At the Drive In), Rolling Stones, George Michael.

    Just jokin about George there, but the point stands - complaining that a musician is rubbish cos they're a junkie is daft. As is getting riled up about a band who you've never seen because you find their lead singer's media presence to be annoying.

    Grow up lads.
  63. avatar feline1
    [quote:64776be5fb="tenrabbits"]... complaining that a musician is rubbish cos they're a junkie is daft... [/quote:64776be5fb]


    You think so?
    In an abstract sense, yes, an artist's personal life oughtn't to really impinge much on the music they present.
    However that Pete Dogherty gimp clearly has an army of tabloid publicists making sure he's known in every household in Britain as the country's most bonkers on-the-edge wastrel. It's "what he's about", it's his "image" etc etc etc

    Pop music is never just about chord progressions and bpms, it's about a whole cultural identity, a way to live ewer life.
    Pete Dogherty shows us a way to be a complete tit.
    Ergo, etc etc etc
  64. avatar Vegas
    The media interest in Doherty's antics is distressing in 2006.

    There are many in the above lists I too would love to see but the privledge will never occur because they sadly bought the moronic sex, drugs and rock n roll idea. Idiots all! Tim Buckley - dead moron. Janis Joplin - dead moron. Johnny Thunders - dead moron. Sid Vicious - dead moron. The old saying Sex, Drugs and Rock n Roll sounds very glamourous. It forgets to add death but death comes attached every time.

    To buy into this myth as late the the 2000s merely highlights Doherty's incapacity to do it on his own and openly exposes his creative redundancy, as well as the fact that he's not a very bright lad. The fact that this guy is an obvious imbecile yet still inspires media interest for doing nothing that should surprise or shock anyone by this stage, sadly reflects how such myths are still perpetuated in the mainstream.

    Career's are dictated by the media not by talent. I'm sure musicians get busted all the time. But we only hear about 2 kinds of drug bust - those whose addictions give them more column inches than any song they ever wrote did and those whose career is in the toilet (pardon the pun) and get caught in possession of a bit of weed after a 'tip-off' to the police.

    Meanwhile I'm bored and fancy buying a v-neck sweater and joining the local golf club. :(
  65. avatar SuperSilent
    [quote:a7a69b4ba7="Vegas"]Outside of Dylan I'd love to know who's gonna pay to see the other 4? :lol:[/quote:a7a69b4ba7]

    You cheeky monkey ;>
    Just 'cos they're dead [i:a7a69b4ba7]now[/i:a7a69b4ba7]...
  66. avatar tenrabbits
    [quote:8654ac4de1="Vegas"]Career's are dictated by the media not by talent. [/quote:8654ac4de1]

    If you actually believe that then I guess you only listen to pop. Ah well.. you're missing out on a lot. You're also missing out on the fact that the libertines got to be big without the media you describe - they became well known thru playin lots of gigs to people who loved them.

    As for the 'army of tabloid publicists' that doherty has feline.. well I don't think it's his choice.. he's just got a few screws loose and that sells a lot more papers than the sanitised, press trained pop 'artists' that we mostly get. You sound surprised that if you read a tabloid you'll get tabloid stories.
  67. avatar EPK
    Yes...and if you watch TV, listen to radio, read a music mag, etc etc etc.
  68. avatar Tele
    Since when were the Libertines [i:ad84c0c971]not[/i:ad84c0c971] pop music?
  69. avatar tenrabbits
    I think it's easier to avoid pete doherty than that Eamonn.. in fact nearly the only place I read about him is on here. As for on telly.. well.. not the programmes I watch!

    And I don't believe I said the libertines weren't pop.. my point was actually that they ARE pop.. as is babyshambles.
  70. avatar comprachio
    It is true though that the libertines managed to gain a cult following initially through word of mouth and great performances.

    Desus still goes on about seein them as a support in the Limelight before up the bracket was released and he was blown away without having even heard of the band before the gig. To me its quite obvious that they had *something*

    I agree with tenrabbits tho, if you want to find out what Pete Doherty's up to you go to www.fastfude.com where there will inevitably be a 5 page thread contrived and perpetuated by those who claim to despise him and are 'sick hearing of him'

    If I wanna hear doherty I listen to Up the Bracket, and I'm not ashamed to say that I still really enjoy it.
  71. avatar ryankozzi
    [quote:ee931aae4a="SuperSilent"][quote:ee931aae4a="ryankozzi"]who would pay money to see a busking junkie?[/quote:ee931aae4a]

    John Lennon? Bob Dylan? Janis Joplin? Tim Buckley? Tim Hardin?

    I think many, many people would pay to see a busking junkie.[/quote:ee931aae4a]

    i wouldnt . all the above are complete crap. add them to dohertys shambles (literally) and you got a common theme there. All crap, all smacked up.

    Also GTM if i offend you im glad as frankly you seem a bit of a fool and id like to think i get up your wick. I go out of my way to do so.
    8)

    Again, a common theme there started methinks.
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  72. avatar tinpot anto
    Proof, if proof were needed... :roll:
  73. avatar comprachio
    sweet jesus... what has fastfude become... I remember when it was all fields

    LOCK IT!!!!
  74. avatar fastfude
    [quote:a4a346319b="ryankozzi"]i wouldnt . all the above are complete crap. add them to dohertys shambles (literally) and you got a common theme there. All crap, all smacked up.

    Also GTM if i offend you im glad as frankly you seem a bit of a fool and id like to think i get up your wick. I go out of my way to do so.
    8)

    Again, a common theme there started methinks.[/quote:a4a346319b]

    Grow up kozzi, that's a completely stupid post.
  75. avatar EPK
    Oh dear....
    I'm a news junkie, and so I noticed that apparently everyone seems to think that whatever he does is news....as witnessed in this latest case by the news bulletins, all the TV text services, and all the newspapers I read...including the local ones like the Irish News...let alone the music press.
    So i disagree with you that it's easy to avoid him, Charlie....to the contrary, he was featured in every news outlet I was involved in reading or watching.
  76. avatar Vegas
    [quote:ca633ef4fa="tenrabbits"][quote:ca633ef4fa="Vegas"]Career's are dictated by the media not by talent. [/quote:ca633ef4fa]

    If you actually believe that then I guess you only listen to pop. Ah well.. you're missing out on a lot. You're also missing out on the fact that the libertines got to be big without the media you describe[/quote:ca633ef4fa]

    And were kept 'big' by the media I describe despite minimal output and a blatant disregard for the fact that nowhere near enough people were as interested as both The Libertines and the London Media portrayed.

    This is old ground. As are all things Doherty. Lock! Lock!