This is a letter from me to you
(#) shehadtheworld12 2009-07-11 11:53:11 AMHi, I agree with everything you said. I'm rather disappointed and sad to see Ryan being this way. Drugs are not worth your life, and I just can't understand how it could make you happy. I don't know Ryan personally, but I can say that he is much better than this, and doing coke is just not the answer. Itruly despise drugs with a passion. I keep hearing different things, as to why he is resorted this, but I truly hope he gets better and realizes, that he is only wasting away inside and out. Every musician who does drugs is better than that. It's hard to witness him slowly spiral down, cause eventually it will happen, if he continues, I can only send my thoughts his way, and hope he heals before it's too late.
(#) nadialexandra 2009-07-13 11:30:40 AM@ xxMCRMYxx
That's the picture. The cocaine is on the tray (bottom left) and the booze is in the middle (near the bottom).
Now, what the author of that journal is saying... I agree, partially. I understand their concern, but it doesn't mean that they can butt into his life as if they know him like that. The poster's friend apparently "knows" Ryan, but I highly doubt that it's well enough to be telling him off. Yes, he's making mistakes and doing things he shouldn't and it's leading him down the wrong path. And, yes, he grew up in a situation where he was surrounded by drugs in his childhood; which would only make him even more vulnerable if offered any. But does that mean she can just go out and say "Oh, yeah. He's gonna wind up like his father." We all know that it could happen.But we also know that George Ross is dead. Not only is that something we don't want to hear about Ryan, it's also really insensitive.
Also, I'd like to point out that in the fist page of comments to that post, someone put in a blog that Keltie wrote about her reaction to the band splitting up, the drugs and alcohol, and about their relationship (I'm pretty sure they broke up quite a while ago, right? 'cause she adresses that and mentions "Apparently, he didn't love me" and stuff like that. I'm not sure. I've been too caught up in the MCR, A7x and FOB fandoms.)
- Yes drugs are bad. They fuck you up, destroy your brain, cause heartache and pain to all your loved ones rah rah rah. My honest opinion... I hated Pretty Odd. Didn't like a single song. I think a lot of people didn't like it as much as Fever. Maybe Ryan didn't like it as much as Fever. Maybe he's going through a hard time with everyone pulling his life to bits. Maybe, maybe he didn't like the new panic, maybe he's better off out of the band, away from the lime light and screaming teens. Getting his head together. Sometimes you need to go down to get up. I think everyone should cut him some slack. Not like he ever asked to have millions of people idolize him. I'm sure no one expected any of it to happen let alone themselves
also, name me one famous rockstar who hasn't had a drug scandal. Anyone who's been in the spotlight as long as they have is bound to go through a re-selfdiscovery