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Its a bad news for indonesian artist especially a singer. thanks for your share.
I love readding, and thanks for your artical.........................................
JavaBis,Yes its a bad news indeed.
台中,Thank you. I am glad that you enjoyed reading my blog.
Oh dear,this is sad.I enjoyed their music so much.Anyways hope this will clear up soon.Celebs have a responsibility as role model to lead a healthy and exemplary life.
This post is fit for a recalcitrant comment on my part ( you know, being from a country with liberal laws on soft drugs )..By the way: of course I agree with "equal treatment under the law" for both the singer and the daughter of a prominent politician. It is only I primarily doubt the wisdom of the law in this case.Essentially I ask: Why bother?Moderate use of cannabis is part of the lifestyle in the scene of relevant popular music. Soft drugs don't do much harm to anybody. Not as much as smoking for instance. It should be up to the individual to choose for or reject more or less dangerous habits: driving fast, bungee jumping, boozing, womanizing, smoking, using too much sugar, makinga political career, whatever.Making drugs illegal is a Godsend to the maffia, to organized crime. And it always has failed to diminish the problem.Of course using hard drugs is among the worst habits. But using it shouldn't be treated as a criminal offence but as a health problem.
Hi Umi,Thank you for coming again.Yes, Kerispatih is one of the good quality bands. Hope they'll get another singer soon. I wonder whether it's right to expect celebs as models for society.
Colson,You remind me of a warning given by a family friend to my parents in the '70s about not sending me to a school in The Hague because Holland legalized drugs. I never touched hard core drugs, only tried 'herbal' ones but never enjoyed.From people that I knew and died because of hard drugs, they all started with the soft(herbal)ones. Therefore I believe that if ganja/ canabis/mariyuana are legalized they would make users try the hard ones. I agree that users should not be treated the same as criminals but should be cured. However they should be kept in certain place for certain period till they are really cured. Otherwise they would start using again. But the most important is more serious efforts to eradicate illegal drug market. Re: the woman, according the media incl. Viva news that I linked, she is still the Vice Secretary of the Democrat Party in Bogor.
Wow, just wow.
NTW,Thank you for your visit and the WOW!
i loved Krispatih :Berakhirlah sudah, semua kisah ini dan jangan kau tangisi lagi..Sekalipun aku takkan kembali padamu..Sejuta kata maaf terasa kan' percuma..dan Rasa ku pun mati untuk menyadarinya...let's sing....!!!Dan Rasa ku pun matiii untuuk menyaddaaariiinyyaaa!! ....
Depalpiss,Yes, many of us love Kerispatih.Let us hope they'll survive this tragedy soon.
Did you say the "Vice" Secretary?peter
Peter,Yes, Vice Secretary of the Democrat Party branch in Bogor Regency.It is equivalent to the role of Vice Secretary General at the party's central management.
I am totally against all drugs, and tobacco products could be included, and that includes the most insidious drug of all - marijuana/ cannabis. It may well be a herb, meaning natural, but it destroys users will, undermines their ability to succeed in physical activities and is ffar more dangerous to smokers than cigarettes because of the tar, which is about ten times more concentrated - users will have lung problems when thy get older.peter
Peter,I am also against the illegal use of drugs as well as the herbal stuffs.Because Drug users would become totally depended that they would do anything incl. crimes (steal, kill) to get drugs. Therefore, drugs not only victimize the users but also their family, friends and the society.
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