Andy Rourke Denies Involvement in “Classically Smiths” Concerts - Pitchfork

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Andy Rourke Denies Involvement in “Classically Smiths” Concerts - Pitchfork
Rep claims promoter fabricated quote from Rourke in press release

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The Smiths' Andy Rourke Denies Involvement in Orchestral Concerts - Rolling Stone. Link posted by Famous when dead
"At no time did I give my consent for anyone in connection with this Classically Smiths project to act on my behalf," bassist says


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But wasn't that where we first met Boyfriend?
At the Pillpopping Weedsmoking Gay Dude Hopping Rehab Centre in Flitwick.
I can see you now, naked bar your Trump Super Absorbent Man Knickers, standing in the door way of my room, telling me about your verbal 'WTF' tick.
Thank you for the ongoing filthy chat, 'escorts' and 'manacles'.
Love the BDSM reference.
What does FGS mean?
And don't take so long to reply, I get nervous that you don't love me anymore.
you can "SEE" me now with the Trump "Knickers"? WTF is a knicker LOL
the tight ballet pantalones UK peeps wear?:tongue::handpointleft: 'one moment chap, before i go
disco dancing at the funny bar i need to adjust my knickers"? WTF is going
up there FFS!!??doh:
 

Peterb

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you can "SEE" me now with the Trump "Knickers"? WTF is a knicker LOL
the tight ballet pantalones UK peeps wear?:tongue::handpointleft: 'one moment chap, before i go
disco dancing at the funny bar i need to adjust my knickers"? WTF is going
up there FFS!!??doh:
Don't go Cupcake.
We're having such fun.
Tell me more about your knicker adjustment at the local gay disco (I hope you're not cruising cos I'm a one guy guy).
 

countthree

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Do you know my beliefs or if I am offended?
I have not indicated either.
Nobody, not me nor science, claims monopoly on the truth.
Indeed, it is questionable if there is such a thing.
All we can do is theorize, test and see what happens.
Not sure what the alternative is.
Maybe not forgetting there could be better alternatives, now or in the future.
 

countthree

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No, I don’t mean the bots.
I mean the much higher level AI (Artificial Intelligence) that already has been created and is allowed to do all kinds of programming, without any interference of humans and has become the unidentifiable master of all things related to the internet and the digital world.

Which as has been forecasted by many researchers will rule our lives on a base as nothing before and governments won’t protect us from the negative sides of it cause governments want power to control our lives. And they will fully support this development.

The big financial powers of the world are convinced to invest in it, cause it gives them a very good profit and that is the main and only goal.
AI or MT (manipulated technology)?
 

Quando quando quando

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We're found separately of course, me in Sweden and you in Holland. We both have the same letters and refer to each other.

What an awful actor I would be playing me, I mean I can't even fake it in real life.
But I mean, you don’t have to act.
Just be yourself. :)

Good story line to begin with is indeed we are found dead in our country and Saga finds out there while investigating the circumstances of your death there is a connection as we both communicated with each other through a notorious (fan) website. :rolleyes:
 
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that makes no sense, you state you are on antidepressants but then claim the other dude is disturbed.:hushed:
you were also very hurtful in callind peeps here 'dumbasses'. is that a snowflake way to behave?
He's lost his Adonis and was just told by the swedish politicians he has to work to the age of 75 instead of 65 plus his dream of moving to Greece for good fell through or was postponed anyway.

He needs a ski trip to his home country but the memories of the place will only make him think of the Adonis that went missing.

We shouldn't be too hard on him.
 
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But I mean, you don’t have to act.
Just be yourself. :)

Good story line to begin with is indeed we are found dead in our country and Saga finds out there while investigating the circumstances of your death there is a connection as we both communicated with each other through a notorious (fan) website. :rolleyes:
Yeah, a solo connection would be cool and Moz fans would drool over it. Everyone is a Moz fan these days and those that claim they're not are lying.
 
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Well, I was prescribed antidepressants once after my husband died. I’m sure you’ll find something nasty to say about that, too. Oh wait, you already have. I believe your exact words were "he deserved to die, it was his punishment for being gay".

In any case, grief is a fairly normal emotion that doesn’t need to be / shouldn’t be medicated away. So, no, no mental illness or any diagnoses of mental illness here. Not that there’d be anything wrong with it. I am, however, certain that you are quite seriously disturbed and would urge you to seek help.
We should be disturbed together. I can come over and make you dinner and be your bitch at home when you work for a living. You can drink wine and pour your heart out cause I am actually the greatest listener there is.

I do say horrible things now and then being the number 1 troll here but surely you must now realise I never meant a single word I posted in regards to your ex.

I have said sorry before but I gladly do it again!

SORRY!

There is no way to cure me and the professionals all cried.
 
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But I mean, you don’t have to act.
Just be yourself. :)

Good story line to begin with is indeed we are found dead in our country and Saga finds out there while investigating the circumstances of your death there is a connection as we both communicated with each other through a notorious (fan) website. :rolleyes:
Gerrit, the character Saga is all about her portraying how swedes are viewed by the danes. We are seen as strict and lifeless and boring (that's just me) and danes hate how swedes abide by laws and regulations.

Danes gladly ignore a red light and drive past one in their cars just to protest against laws. The difference between swedes and danes is that swedes are more interested in other people than themselves whereas danes are completely self centered and hate to focus on other people than themselves.

Saga is a symbol of Sweden with her correct and soulless approach without any feelings acting like a government robot. The swede that wrote most of it is a swede himself and his name is Hans Rosenfelt.



I think a lot of it is his criticism of his own country.


I miss Kim Bodnia the danish actor who impressed me a lot when he starred in "Pusher".
 
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URBANUS

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Gerrit, the character Saga is all about her portraying how swedes are viewed by the danes. We are seen as strict and lifeless and boring (that's just me) and danes hate how swedes abide by laws and regulations.

Danes gladly ignore a red light and drive past one in their cars just to protest against laws. The difference between swedes and danes is that swedes are more interested in other people than themselves whereas danes are completely self centered and hate to focus on other people than themselves.

Saga is a symbol of Sweden with her correct and soulless approach without any feelings acting like a government robot. The swede that wrote most of it is a swede himself and his name is Hans Rosenfelt.



I think a lot of it is his criticism of his own country.


I miss Kim Bodnia the danish actor who impressed me a lot when he starred in "Pusher".
Bodnia quit the tv series cause he didn't feel safe in Malmö being a jew. Rosenfelt sounds very jewish as well but it is debated online if he is or not.
 

12" on the slack

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Hi 12",
My god, it sounds as if you have been through several types of hell.
For what it's worth, my very warmest good wishes to you.
Try not and let the unhappy posters here affect you.
Unfortunately they reflect the all too common medieval view of mental health.
Thank you Peterb.

There will always be sadness and sorrow in my life (and in the life of everyone who has had to watch the person they loved the most have their lives eaten away by cancer) but you learn to live with that sorrow. I was the lucky one to share his life with him, and I am thankful for that. It’s almost four years now and I’m now at a point where I’m allowing myself to be happy again, and I have found love again. I’m in a good place. You seem to be a gentle soul. Best wishes to you, too.
 

Peterb

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Thank you Peterb.

There will always be sadness and sorrow in my life (and in the life of everyone who has had to watch the person they loved the most have their lives eaten away by cancer) but you learn to live with that sorrow. I was the lucky one to share his life with him, and I am thankful for that. It’s almost four years now and I’m now at a point where I’m allowing myself to be happy again, and I have found love again. I’m in a good place. You seem to be a gentle soul. Best wishes to you, too.
The most wonderful post I have ever read.
Thank you for the lovely compliment.
 

countthree

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Are we agreeing here?
I never thought we were disagreeing in the end, I just want to look beyond now, here and the mainstream. Only sculptures are carved in stone. In the end, I don't think there are a lot of alternatives for common people like us, unless someone screwed or tired of witnessing screwed people makes a new theory more useful than the ones people have now. A better tool to manage mental conditions.
 

Peterb

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I never thought we were disagreeing in the end, I just want to look beyond now, here and the mainstream. Only sculptures are carved in stone. In the end, I don't think there are a lot of alternatives for common people like us, unless someone screwed or tired of witnessing screwed people makes a new theory more useful than the ones people have now. A better tool to manage mental conditions.
No, you're right and I suppose when it comes to mental health it is not straight forward.
How do you measure outcomes, when do you decide someone is ill or simply eccentric and so on? (as Moz said, 'there is no such thing as normal').
I worry about the influence of big pharma who have no interest in curing us, only prolonging the purchasing of their drugs.
 

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