RIP Amy Winehouse

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        I just heard that one of the best voices in the current musical industry, Amy Winehouse, was found dead in her London home. Cause of death: probably an overdose.

        What a sad, sad end for such a talent, my heart is weeping!  :'(

        RIP Amy
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        I don't find it sad at all; you party it up with copious amounts of drugs, what do you expect to happen?...Magic rainbows to shoot out yer azz?
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        True, but didn't the same happen to Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain, Janis Joplin, and so many others, and we still find it sad...

        I agree that drugs and alcohol obviously lead nowhere, but I wouldn't dare to say that she got what she deserved. It really pains me when I see such a young and talented life get so self-destructive and wasted in vain.

        In the end, who knows what her real problem was when she was so obviously killing herself with drugs.
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        I don't find it sad at all; you party it up with copious amounts of drugs, what do you expect to happen?...Magic rainbows to shoot out yer azz?


        Wow that was cold dtsweet even for you. I think what is forgotten is anyone that does that kind of drugging as she did has an underlining problem obviously. Whether it be depression or on a mental level something led her to this.

        She went into rehab in May and only ended up staying a few days. She wanted help but like so many couldn't quite fight the fight.

        Wish her family, friends and fans the solace during this time and for Amy -  may she be singing with all the great ones and free from the chains that plagued her earthbound.

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        Hopefully her tortured soul is at peace. It doesn't matter who you are...drugs are a equal opportunity destroyer!!
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        little cold perhaps, but remember, people ELECT to take drugs....it isn't as though noone today isn't aware of the effects...if you intend to party hard and ride high, this isn't exactly an unforeseen consequence. Is her talent a loss? Sure. But I'd have more sympathy if she died in an auto accident.
        Is her loss any more tragic than the addict on the street who didn't meet his potential? All deaths are tragic; I've just less sympathy for those who put themselves in FRONT of the train as opposed to accidentally get hit by one.
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        I was really shocked when I heard the news... she had a lot of talent.
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          I'm totally shocked.  She was an amazing artist.  What a waste of a life.

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          Well, they tried to make her go to rehab but she said no...Okay.

          Another talent wasted, down the drain. As Hendrix, Joplin & Morrisson she now joins the 27 club as the latest member. But enough about Amy (We saw it coming) Winehouse. How about the 92 ppl that were murdred in Norway? Now that's tragic! 
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          What shame. Such a talent wasted. I loved her voice.

          Wow TommyGuns, I didn't realize that they were all 27. Ya learn something new everyday.

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          It's sad that she chose to ruin her life like that, an amazing talent that made all the wrong choices...
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          Shocking?  No

          Unexpected?  No

          Just a matter of time?  Yes.

          It's sad that her biggest hit was about Rehab which it seemed she mocked.

          Some would say she obviously had deep underlying issues. Possibly.  Could have been one of those people who stupidly try drugs once and are instantly hooked.

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          I couldn't agree more with dtsweet...and oddly enough, (i'm a tabliod junkie) I was just reading in one of my magazines not even a week ago about her pulling out of rehab to go on tour and it mentioned if she didn't stick to her programs she's gonna end up dead then a few days later BAM!!!
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          dtsweet is RIGHT ON.  Yes, yes, it is sad when a human life is lost.  But, she made (bad) choices.  And glorifying the "Amy Winehouses" of the world with too much empathy is problematic.  She trivialized drug use, bolstered by the media "ain't it cool Winehouse is messed up again!"  RIP Amy, but shame on you for perpetuating the drug culture.
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          I do feel bad that she died, I never listened to any of her music, but she seemed like a troubled soul.  Having said that, I have little sympathy for addicts, in general.  If you really WANT to stop something, you will.  I have lived around all sorts of addicts since I was little so I am not just pulling this out of my ass.  Life, and sometimes death, is all the things you choose to do or not do.  I just hope that her death might be a wakeup call to others on her same path.

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