I should have mentioned in my earlier posts that I loved Ben's PEE MAN series most of all. There were only 3 movies in it, so that's probably why people aren't mentioning it anywhere near as much as they're now mentioning Stick Slayer or Pimp's Quest, which yes... were more famous...
... But PEE MAN will always be what I remember him for, most of all. I'm sad there's no possibility of a PEE MAN IV, too... but what a great trilogy that is as it stands now. How lucky we are to have been graced by those peeful flashes. Long live PEE MAN.
At 10/25/09 04:15 PM, misterchees0 wrote:
At 10/25/09 04:00 PM, missdeal wrote:
thanks a lot ... this is his momHow do you feel that your son died of a Heroin Overdose?
I dunno, and I doubt she's gonna tell you... but if I had a kid as talented as him who died of a drug overdose, I'd probably feel like I wish my kid hadn't died before I did, and had gotten to share his talent with even more people than he did before he ODed, but... I'd remember the best parts of our life together and the best parts of him or her and I'd try not to feel guilty for how I raised him or her. And I'd be glad that he or she had dedicated fans who enjoyed the work produced by the talent within my kid.
How does YOUR mom feel that you go around asking the mothers of dead 31-year-old artists how they "feel" about their songs dying due to a drug overdose? Asshole.
(the above isn't really only directed at this guy, BTW, it's at all of you self-righteous little punks who can't stop screaming "OMG HEROIN IS BAD, HE DIED, OMG, ROT IN HELL, HE DESERVED IT, ETC." Keep on judging, judging, judging, like the little fake religious people you were probably raised to be by your asshole parents, guys. I'm sure you'll NEVER receive any comeuppance later in life or anything... nah... karma ain't a bitch or anything... nahhhhh...)