Famous Director Calls Josh Homme A Scott Weiland Wannabe And ‘Coked-Up Prick’

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Killers and Headshot film director Timo Tijahjanto has trashed Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme on Twitter, following video being released on Saturday of Homme kicking photographer Chelsea Lauren in the face on Saturday. Timo tweeted, “No Josh Homme, you’re a pussy who sucker-kicked a woman in the head. You Scott Weiland wannabe motherfucker.”

Artist Mira Gonzalez tweeted, “friendly reminder that josh homme is a coked-up prick who hits women.”

CBeebies has said it will not broadcast two pre-recorded episodes of Bedtime Stories which feature Josh Homme, the musician who kicked a female photographer in the head.

A spokesperson for the BBC channel told the Telegraph that programmes featuring the Queens of the Stone Age singer will not be shown on CBeebies “until the matter is resolved.”

He had recorded three Bedtime Stories in one go, one of which has been broadcast.

The other two will not be shown on the channel for the forseeable future.

See the tweets below.

  • Trovoid

    I’m copy and pasting my comment from another article since this guy is making out to be a gender thing:

    It seems like he is losing it. This is some inexcusable behavior but I’m not surprised. He has always been unhinged. What a strange night though.. He cut himself, got aroused, trash talked Muse, called the audience retards, told them to take their pants off and kicked a woman. However, I don’t think this is a gender issue (I’ve heard some people making it out to be). He might just need some help or something. I don’t think he’s a bad guy, I just think he has a volatile side that he need to find better control of. I am not siding with him and would expect the photographer to press charges. I just feel that only some people are inherently evil; Josh isn’t one of them. We can all agree he did a shitty thing and he will face some consequences but let’s hope this isn’t turned into something else.

    • Olga Stewart

      He definitely does need help.

      And I think one of those issues that he needs to work on is anger management.

      • Trovoid

        Agreed. I was purposely trying to be careful with my words. Obviously I don’t condone violence of any sort, I just think people are eager to get the pitchforks out these days.. I’m not crucifying or defending him, I’m trying to look at the situation as a whole. I heard girls are already claiming they are going to throw out their QOTSA albums and that’s a bit dramatic to me. We’ll see how Josh deals with this over the next several days, I’m sure he realizes that he’s got to make up for this incident in some other way besides a video apology.

        • makingconnections

          Hi Trovoid: It’s always good to read your thoughts on such intense events as this one. You seem to practice non-dualistic thinking whenever you speak. I try but it doesn’t come naturally. I should go to “The Tiny Buddha” site more often.

          • Olga Stewart

            Wait but I get articles from a site called Tiny Buddha

            I wonder if the two sites are the same?

          • makingconnections

            It must be Olga because I ran into it tonight when I googled “non-dualistic” thinking which I know is an important Buddhist teaching. I am going to check it out!

          • Olga Stewart

            I believe it’s http://www.tinybuddha.com

            And It’s a great site. :).

          • Trovoid

            Thank you. I have heard of that site before! Their articles can really pick you up when you’re feeling hopeless and need some perspective. Have you or anyone else on here ever taken the Myers-Briggs personality test? I’m an INFP which is the Mediator type (which would explain the non-dualistic thinking). Many claim the test lacks credibility but I think it’s interesting nonetheless.

            https://www.16personalities.com/free-personality-test

          • Corndog

            I just took that test and i got ‘mediator (INFP-T)’.

          • Trovoid

            Awesome, many creative types (especially musicians) are INFPS. If I recall correctly, you play bass. We’re the idealists and healers of the world.

          • Corndog

            I’ve always thought of myself as the more creative type, or as we say in NI the ‘artsy-fartsy’ type. I was always better at things like art and English in school and bad at things like maths. I do play bass, badly:) and i really like to draw. You’ll often find me deep in though with a ballpoint pen in my hand doodling away! I also have this weird habit of writing my signature on a piece of paper over and over again, sometimes in a circular pattern. I was starting to think i might be a little nuts so i looked it up once to find out what it meant but i can’t for the life of me remember what it was. I must look that up again!

          • Trovoid

            Your school experience sounds similar to mine. I am not surprised you are an INFP, we both seem to always be keeping the peace around here. I’ve always had a rich inner world, I’m assuming you’re the same. I can spend countless hours retreating into myself. My parents had no idea how to handle me as a child. I was a good kid but I was very stubborn and questioned everything. I guess we’re both a little nuts, I have a bunch of rituals that I do over and over again and I get lost in my own insanity.

          • Corndog

            Absolutely! Everything you have said it so familiar! I spend more time in my own head than i do interacting with the real world, and i too spend as much of my time as i possible can alone. It is the only time that i ever feel completely like myself. I find being around people very tiring and stressful and will actively avoid social situations any chance that i get. I feel like i need to rest after i’ve been around people for an extended period of time. I’m not really one for small talk and generally only speak if i really have something to say. I’m just more comfortable in my own skin when i’m alone. I’ve always been that way, even as a child i preferred to play by myself.

            Just like you, my mum tells me that i was quite the stubborn child and that i constantly questioned everything, and when she gave me an answer i just followed it up with another question. Apparently it could get quite annoying:)

            I’ve got lots of weird little rituals too, such as the one with my signature that i mentioned. Some of them are even more bizarre, like returning to the house to check that the cooker is off even though i know that it is, but just in case, you know? Or other crazy things like after crossing a road i like to take a certain amount of steps before a car passes me, for reasons unknown even to me! I think i’m just going to shut up now before you really do think that i am bonkers!

          • Trovoid

            I wish I could like this comment several times. It really is reassuring knowing that there are similar people out there. I’ve wondered in the past if I was slightly autistic or had some sort of personality disorder. I only feel completely like myself when I’m alone too! I also despise small talk and need an incredible amount of time to “recharge” from people. Growing up was definitely a struggle but I’ve accepted that I’m not a social butterfly.

            I check the stove, outlets, and door locks constantly! It sounds like we both might have a bit of OCD (I’ve always known I had that along with anxiety and depression). I don’t think you’re bonkers at all, it’s embarrassing how often I have to think about something or do something to make everything feel just right.

          • Olga Stewart

            Do either of you twist the doorknob to check that the door is locked?

            I do that both in the morning and at night.

          • Corndog

            Yeah i often check my front and back door handles to make sure they are locked, even though i am already pretty sure that they are.

          • Trovoid

            Constantly, I’ll do it multiple times. Sometimes I’ll put my hands over the burners on the stove to make sure they’re cool. I’ll also make sure the knobs are perfectly lined up. Leaving the house or going to bed can be a huge ordeal for me. I’m not just a “checker” though. I also have racing thoughts and paranoia. I’m constantly replaying past scenarios and imagining future possibilities. And everything has to be a certain way. Some sounds drive me crazy and I’m constantly trying to keep track of everything. I’ll make sure something isn’t broken or lost and I’ll force myself to do one thing before I can do something else. Sometimes I get superstitious as well. Also, I feel the need to write everything down. Fun times 🙂

          • Corndog

            Sure does sound like we’re nuts from the same shell:) Agree totally that it is nice to know that there are other people with similar ‘quirks’.

            I’ve also considered the possibility that i might be slightly on the autism spectrum. I’m pretty sure that i’m not normal anyway, whatever normal is. My brother gets very frustrated with me. He’s a real outgoing people person and can’t understand that there are different types of people who may think differently to him. He expects everyone to think just like he does and doesn’t get that i would find something stressful when it doesn’t bother him at at all.

            I’ve also struggled with depression and anxiety. I pretty much feel anxious all the time and the smallest little thing can cause me a major panic attack. I feel stressed out essentially all the time. I don’t think I’ve ever really got the hang of being an adult.

          • Trovoid

            Yeah, I’m not sure what normal is either. I also have issues with my family relating to my behavior. They expect me to be as enthusiastic as they are about certain plans. I feel obligated to do so much shit that I don’t want to do. Oh well.

            Sorry to hear that. I too have struggled with panic attacks and have anxiety 24/7 as well. At a few points in my life my depression got so bad that I had psychotic symptoms. I felt completely disconnected from reality. Hopefully you and I can find some sort of peace in our lifetimes. I don’t want this struggle to be for nothing.

            I’m sure you and I have some sort of chemical imbalances but a lot of the times I find my misery to be situational as well. There’s so much happening in my life that I feel is out of my control. A great example is how the FCC in the U.S. just voted against net neutrality. I’m ashamed of America right now. If the government takes control of the internet then we are all screwed. We have the illusion of democracy these days. It seems like it’s getting harder and harder to make a decent life for ourselves. Sad times.

          • Corndog

            I know what you mean about feeling disconnected. Sometimes i feel like i am just a passenger in my own life and i have no control over where the journey is taking me. I feel like a tiny little person living inside my head and peering out through the windows of my eyes at the big wide world that i can not seem to affect or control in any way. I’m terrible at making decisions and as soon as something; anything goes wrong i tend to go to pieces and end us as one big ball of anxiety wondering what on earth i can do next. Everything in life is just stressful to me, you know? I feel it all the time, and there are days where i feel that it is going to drag me so far down that i wont be able to get back up again. I don’t think i even remember what it feels like to be truly happy. The best i can hope for is a day or two of feeling numb or slightly less anxious.

            No one in my life ever really seems to understand the maelstrom of madness that is swimming around my head, or how hard it is to try to stay on top of it. Some days i’d like to just bring an end to it all, but i remember my son and just try to get on with it.

            It must be amazing to be one of those ‘together’ kind of people. The kind that never seem to let anything phase them and always know what to do in a crisis or even just what to do with their regular day to day life. I imagine it feels nice to be that centered and calm; to know where you are and where you’re going and most importantly, how to get there!

            I tried to get some medical help a few times but they are useless here. They told me that i had ‘social anxiety disorder’ and sent me to see a counsellor when i was about 19, but i found that he wasn’t telling me anything that i didn’t already know and was of little help. More recently, when i felt like it was really getting on top of me again, i went to see the doctor and laid it all out for him. Told him exactly how i felt and how it was all getting on top of me. He nodded, then reached for his prescription pad and started writing something. I thought that perhaps i was finally going to get some medication to help me cope, but he handed me the prescription, and he had written the name of a book on it. Said it was a self help book and that i could buy it on Amazon, then essentially said ‘next’. I couldn’t believe it, left in a daze. I’ve seen folks on TV from American describe feeling pretty similarly to how i feel and the docs over there pretty much throw drugs at them until they find something that works. Something that stabilises their mood. I’ve felt like this for more of less my whole life, so i know it’s been long enough that i can’t deal with it by myself, but i don’t know why the doctors here seem so against prescribing medication compared to American doctors. A few times where i really felt like i was going out of my mind with stress and anxiety my mother gave me a Valium, and that did seem to help somewhat. A little at least.

            Chemical imbalance sounds plausible. Would certainly explain why i have never felt like i was the same as everyone else, even as a child. I would have thought that a doctor should check for things like that but they are less than interested. Takes 3-4 weeks to even get an appointment in the first place!

            Folks have been warning about net neutrality and governments taking control of the internet for a long time now. I remember first reading about it maybe 10 years or so ago, but anyone that i spoke to about it didn’t take it seriously. I believe that we are slowly heading towards a point where the net is completely controlled by large companies working in conjunction with governments and they will tell us what we can and cannot access. It has already begun. I can understand why you might be a little ashamed of the USA at the moment with such a complete and utter buffoon in charge. No offence intended, but the guy is a laughing stock and he is clearly not capable of running the most powerful country on the planet. He is like a petulant child, with everything that he doesn’t like or agree with being labelled as fake news simply because it doesn’t fit his bullshit narrative. He is an embarrassment to the world, not just America, and he seriously should not be allowed to maintain a twitter account because every time he posts something he ends up looking like even more of an ignorant moron. It genuinely baffles me that a man like that who is clearly an ignorant, narcissistic, misogynistic, bigoted dolt could be voted into power. Seriously, how bad do you have to be that even Bush Jr. looks like the better option?

            EDIT – Christ, i didn’t realise that was so long. Sorry!

          • Trovoid

            Very well put. “I don’t think i even remember what it feels like to be truly happy. The best I can hope for is a day or two of feeling numb or slightly less anxious.”

            I relate to that so much. I am indecisive and can’t handle any sort of stress or major changes. You are right, in America we practically throw drugs at people. I’ve gone to doctors and a therapist but usually I give up and think I can overcome my problems on my own (which is never the case). A doctor here barely talked to me for more than five minutes and prescribed me Zoloft. I took it once and had a major panic attack and I called and then they told me I should start off taking just half. I was already not trusting of antidepressants and that completely turned me off. It’s always trial and error with meds and I don’t want to feel like a lab rat. That and they can have some nasty side effects. But I suppose anything is better than living like this…

            I tried Xanax before and it helps but it’s addictive and it’s hard to get prescriptions of. Marijuana helped me in the short term (when I was younger) but long term I think it’s caused me even more issues. I’ve tried all sorts of remedies: 5 HTP, L-tyrosine, fish oil, magnesium, tea, bunch of vitamins. Kratom is great and one of the safer options but thanks to my stupid fucking country that’s another supplement that’s legality is jeopardized. I take no offence, America is the land of hypocrisy and I fucking hate how corporate greed and outdated traditional values rule our country. Congress is our only hope for saving net neutrality now and of course some major lawsuits..

            I can relate to the suicidal thoughts. It’s unfortunate that we feel we can’t get any reliable help. I have seen the stigma of mental health decrease a lot recently (in the U.S.) but we have a long way to go. It makes me sad to see how many people are fighting the same battle as us. I’m always hoping for better days and it’s like my whole life I’ve been waiting for something to happen. I haven’t felt “real” in a long time. I’m afraid I’ve gone too far in my mind and that I’ve just woken up to an accurate view of the world. I sometimes wonder if those who are happy are the ignorant ones but I envy them so much. You’re not alone, my friend.

          • Corndog

            I’ve only heard of Xanax in American movies. I don’t think you can get that here but i imagine that there is likely a differently branded equivalent. What exactly is it? I’m not familiar with Kratom at all. Can you tell me what that is too?

            I’ve smoked my fair share of Cannabis over the years, i don’t drink so to unwind i like to have a few joints, but i know what you mean about it possibly causing more issues. The jury is still out on that one for me. I know that it can help me de-stress, but at the same time i think that it may have made my overall issues worse over the years. I’m not entirely sure.

            You said you haven’t felt real in a long time. I know exactly what you mean. A lot of the time i feel detached from reality myself, almost like i’m just observing it rather than participating in it, if that makes any sense? It really is good to know that there are other folks out there that have similar feelings as myself. I mean, i wouldn’t wish them on you, but it is nice to know i’m not alone if you know what i mean.

          • Trovoid

            Xanax is a lot like Valium or Klonopin, It’s a benzodiazepine. Kratom is a plant usually found in powder form. It’s part of the coffee family but it has stimulating effects in small doses and sedative effects in larger doses. A lot of former opiate users use it to stay clean but some people use it for depression, anxiety, PTSD, and for pain in general. I noticed after I started taking it that it took away all of my alcohol cravings which is a good thing because screw alcohol. Anyway, Kratom targets some of the same receptors as opioids but it’s not an opiate and it doesn’t seem to have any negative long term effects (from what we know). It just boosts your mood for several hours and kills pain, nothing crazy. It actually has a long list of health benefits. The FDA and DEA are trying to ban it because they want people on their pharmaceuticals. Kratom is very cheap online and they can’t get their hands on it. It’s clear as day and a lot of us Americans are pissed off about the lies they are spreading about such a miraculous plant. It can be addictive like anything else but it hasn’t directly killed anyone. Even if it did, I don’t see them banning Tylenol, cigarettes, or liquor! I’m sure more people die from peanuts than Kratom..

            I still smoke Cannabis despite some of the side effects. It is still a nice, safe distraction and obviously has its own benefits. I just think it encouraged me to hide from the world more though and amplified my deep thinking. I do hope it gets legalized in my state.

            Yeah I feel detached from reality as well. It feels like I don’t belong in my body and I shouldn’t be alive. It was a lot worse a few years ago, I’ve gotten somewhat used to it now.. After I graduated high school I remember having an existential crisis. I kept wondering how I or anything else in the world even exists in the first place. I also have had major obsessions with death and couldn’t stop dwelling on how everything is temporary. I found out it’s called depersonalization (when you feel detached from yourself) and derealization (when the external world feels unreal). There is a whole group of fucked up folks like ourselves!

            I tried to keep this short but I feel like I have so much to say! I wouldn’t wish my problems on anyone either but from what I’ve learned here on Alt. Nation is that there are a lot of people struggling unfortunately. We’ve got a huge problem these days if this many people feel unfulfilled in life. The system isn’t working.

          • Corndog

            Xanax Would likely have the same sort of affect on me then as my mum’s Valium did. I found that it helped with my anxiety levels in the short term. I do think that something like that could be of benefit to me although i’m not that keen on the idea of having to pop pills just to feel a little more normal. I’d definitely be willing to give it a trial for a few weeks or months though, but the docs here just will not give you anything. They are particularly loathe to prescribe anything that may be considered addictive and are actively trying to get people off things like Valium. My mum has had hers cut way back.

            I like the sound of Kratom. Seems like something that could be beneficial. I’m going to have to look that up. I’m not sure how i would feel about buying it online though as i would be afraid of getting sent something other than what i was expecting. Do you know of a reputable online supplier?

            Yeah to be honest i smoke as much Cannabis as i can get my hands on. I love to stick on my headphones, spark up a J and drift off into my own head. Sometimes it backfires though as i find that if i am particularly anxious or worried about something it can actually amplify that feeling and make me feel worse than i was before i started. It’s a fine line, but for the minute at least i’m happy to take that chance.

            I’m sure there are lots of folks out there that feel the same way as we seem to but mental health issues are still somewhat of a taboo here and no one ever really talks about this stuff. It’s a shame you live so far away. I’d love to sit down and have a chat with you about this stuff, as you really seem to be incredibly similar to myself. Perhaps over a fat joint;)

            Don’t worry about not keeping it short. I have a tendency to write mini novels on here too:)

          • Trovoid

            I can’t believe that your doctors won’t do anything! They haven’t suggested anything besides a self help book?? I would suggest meditation but I struggle to commit to it myself. It’s very difficult when you are like me and are constantly stimulated by the internet or background noise. I know exercise and meditation can work wonders though.

            For general information about Kratom: https://www.reddit.com/r/kratom/

            There are a bunch of vendors on the sidebar but I’ve personally stuck to this site: http://bkb-herbal.com/

            I think buying it online is safer (and cheaper) than buying it in smoke shops. If they were to lace Kratom then they wouldn’t be able to sell it so cheap. There are a lot of reputable vendors with good customer service. I understand your apprehension though, I was sketched out until I researched more.

            I can’t find a completely reputable source about the legality of Kratom in Ireland.. It was used for centuries in Thailand and they banned it because the working class was turning to Kratom instead of Opium. If you do happen to buy some, I’d scale out 2 to 3 grams at first. Then you can kind of work your way up with it. I got nauseous a few times getting used to it, taking too much. Now I never do. It wakes me up better than coffee ever did and helps me unwind better than anything I’ve used. They have really cheap samples online. I can suggest something if you decide to try some.

            I’m a daily smoker myself, Corndog. I’ve quit a few times but the last few years I have taken no breaks. It seems like Kratom and weed were made for each other. I’ve also noticed that smoking amplifies whatever mood you’re currently in.. Yeah for sure, we seem very alike. It would be a great chat. We could rip a fat joint, blunt, or bong.. I don’t know if you’ve ever used a vaporizer but mine can really send you to the moon (and conserves a lot). It’s one of my most used purchases.

            If Kratom isn’t legal to possess in Ireland then I apologize for getting your hopes up!

          • Corndog

            The only thing that the doc has ever done (beyond the self help book) was to refer me for counselling when i was younger, but i didn’t think that helped at all. Totally understand what you mean by feeling constantly stimulated. I feel like i am in a constant state of ‘fight or flight’, and it is starting to take a physical toll on my body. I was always quite young looking for my age, but in recent years the stress has really started to age me.

            Thanks very much for the links! I’ll take a look at those later when i get home from work. I wouldn’t be overly concerned about the legality of it. Cannabis is very much illegal here and that has never stopped me! How do you consume it? Do you smoke it, or perhaps make some sort of tea?

            The more you speak about it the more i like the sound of it. Opiates (such as Morphine) and weed are also made for each other, but that can be a slippery slope if you’re not careful. I’ve never used a vaporiser myself. I tend to just roll a few joints.

          • Trovoid

            My experience with counselling/therapy was similar. I was trying to dissect it too much, if that makes sense. I am in fight or flight mode 24/7 and I also fear the damage it may be doing on my body. You’re scaring me right now because I’ve always looked young and I could see that happening to me!

            The problem with Kratom is that I have never heard of someone selling it on the streets. I’m sure the site would reject your shipment if your country had laws against it, it should be fine. You can mix it with juice, milk, or tea. I’ve blended it with shakes to mask the awful taste. I do have to warn you that it is an extremely bitter plant but I just chug it and have gotten used to it. Some people put it on their tongue and wash it down real quick but I haven’t tried that.

            I’ve tried opiates (pills) a handful of times and it is seriously the best combination with weed. It’s so euphoric, same with anti-anxiety meds like valium and weed. I’m glad I don’t have access to many drugs at the moment because saying I have an addictive personality is an understatement 🙂

          • Corndog

            Sorry, don’t mean to scare you!! It really does start to take it’s toll though. All those stress hormones running around your body and that feeling of being ‘on’ all the time, the first or flight response, it just tires you out. I feel like i have aged 10 years in the last 3. Must be great to be able to just relax!

            There are all kinds of places online where you can but just about anything that you can think of so i imagine that i should be able to find it somewhere. It does sound very much like something that i would like to try.

            Euphoric is just the right word for it! You just can’t beat that ‘hit in the face with a shovel’ feeling! Really seems to enhance music too, although depending on my mood i sometimes have to avoid certain types of music that will elicit a strong emotional response as they can make me feel a lot worse. I also have an addictive personality but i have been able to manage the who morphine sideline i have going on. I don’t think that i have a problem with it and don’t see it developing into one. I generally only do that on a Saturday night, and not every Saturday night and i’m not craving it in between or anything like that. I tend to just think of it as a form of enhancement or the weed. Makes every joint feel like you’re smoking 4 at once! I’m jealous of the weed you can get over in the states though. I understand that it is supposed to be far superior to the stuff that we get here. It is only in the last decade or so that grass has become common over here. Before that we always used cannabis resin rather than the ‘herbal’ stuff, which is fine, but they tend to mix that will all kinds of crap to make it go further so you could never be sure what you were smoking.

          • Trovoid

            Damn, I really have to control my stress levels. Look at this picture of a depressed brain vs a healthy brain. This scared the hell out of me: https://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/pet-scan/multimedia/-pet-scan-of-the-brain-for-depression/img-20007400

            I remember when the Deep Web and the Silk Road were popular. That was the only way I knew of people buying services or products under the radar. Everything from heroin to hitmen..

            I know what you mean about having to avoid certain types of music while high. It seems like you’ve got a good schedule going on with the morphine. I wish I had access to some! I only experienced morphine when they set my broken bone several years back. You are correct, the weed out here can be very potent. And there’s all these edibles and drinks, dabs, etc… If you get the right stuff around here you can get pretty ripped off of a bowl or two. Damn, that’s interesting. So you only had resin beforehand? Or was it like some of those false spices going around the U.S.? I remember people smoking this stuff called K-2.

          • Corndog

            Christ that picture is scary! I dread to think what’s going on inside our heads. I’m guessing whatever it is it’s not good. Probably best not to dwell on it. Last thing I need is something else on my mind to stress over:)

            I’ve never used the deep web myself but I am familiar with the silk road. You hear all those horror stories about it online. I was never sure how much was true and how much was hyperbole for the sake of a good story but it gave me enough healthy respect to stay away from it, just in case.

            Yeah I can pretty much get my hands on morphine any time I want it and it doesn’t even cost me anything. Despite that I’ve managed not to overdo it.

            Someday I’ll have to visit the states and try that good shit you’re smoking! Sounds awesome. Yes about a decade or so ago all you could get your hands on here was resin and on a very rare occasion some nice pollen but you never saw grass at all. Now it’s the other way around. I can’t even remember the last time I saw a bit of resin, but I can happily live with that!

            I’m not familiar with K-2. What is it?

          • Trovoid

            I haven’t used the deep web either. I’m way too paranoid to do something like that. How do you have a steady supply of morphine? Do you have a friend with a prescription? That’s some great willpower though, sounds like a nice treat to enjoy on weekends.

            K-2 is this synthetic marijuana that was being sold as “herbal incense” in smoke shops. It’s extremely unsafe and made people go crazy and have some bad reactions/health issues. I never messed with it. Some people will do anything for a high.

          • Corndog

            I get it from a relative that gives me as much as I like. I generally only take it on a Saturday night though and never if my son is here. It really does work incredibly well when used in conjunction with cannabis.

            All those synthetic highs were made illegal here a few years back after several deaths were attributed to them. I’ve never tried any of them myself. Prefer to stick to the real thing:)

          • makingconnections

            Take good care of yourselves….the world needs you!

          • Trovoid

            The world also needs you MC!

          • makingconnections

            Thank you…I’ll try to feel that! I always feel that I could have done better. Maybe it’s a quality of my Enneagram numbers, or maybe it’s simply the way I am and many other people too I think.

          • makingconnections

            Myers-Briggs was all the rage a few years ago with my friends and me…I instead got into Enneagram but because I was told I was one number going to another….it became laborious; however, some of my friends have used it as a tool to understand themselves and people they live life with. I think both of these methods are really beneficial if you click with it. I agree that lots of people suggest they are cultish and a big waste of time but I’ve seen them used in really practical ways to gain understanding.
            How interesting that your Myer-Briggs type shows up so much in your comments on a music site!

          • Trovoid

            I’ll have to check that out. I agree that tests like this can be beneficial. I’ve taken the Myers-Briggs in all sorts of different moods and I always get a strong INFP. I always thought something was majorly wrong with me until I took the test. I scored like 90 or 100 percent for introversion, which made too much sense.

          • Olga Stewart

            I believe I’m an INFJ.

          • Trovoid

            INFJs are one of the rarest! I can totally see that based off of some of your comments on here. Gandhi, Mother Teresa and MLK Jr. were all INFJs.

          • Olga Stewart

            And here is another site that I go to: http://www.happify.com

      • Kathy

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    • Kay B

      Do you know the comparison to Scott? Wtf? Am I missing something?

      • makingconnections

        I guess if you don’t want to bother actually thinking about an incident you can call all dysfunctional behaviour by a singer a “Scott Weiland”…..that’s pretty sad. We’re all unique, even in the way we act out our dark side, especially when we’re sliding downhill.

        • Kay B

          Josh kicked a woman in the face. I don’t recall Scott ever doing something like that so that is uncalled for. The fact is Josh needs to take responsibility and go to anger management. He has been violent in the past as well. But calling his actions a “Scott Weiland” is careless.

          • makingconnections

            Is it the internet or what that seems to be making us think in “soundbites” rather than actually being reflective at all in our thinking. It seems like calling Josh Homme an asshole is the best some people can come up with. He’s showing signs of needing a serious hand up. I hope this isn’t another case where we stand by and watch a performer get more and more dysfunctional. Maybe he is an asshole, but he matters to some people I’m sure and I hope they don’t stand idly by. He may not be able to see the trouble he’s in. This should be a big wake-up call.

            No, Scott Weiland was hellbent to destroy himself for so many different reasons I imagine, illness and deep addiction probably, but I love him like you do and do not remember him as being violent, except maybe towards himself. He was always so honest about who he was don’t you think? He wasn’t delusional!

          • Kay B

            Agree. I like QOTSA. But I think sometimes Josh thinks he is a big guy, famous and a ginger (I know I’m a natural ginger) he can do whatever he wants. He apologized to this woman but that was after she was planning on pressing charges. I don’t know. He has a wife and kids would he want someone to kick them in the face?

      • Eddie Yarler

        I don’t think he’s insulting Scott just pointing out how Josh Homme is trying to do the whole “rock star” vibe that Scott naturally had to him

        If anything it would be the opposite. Scott really loved Queens of the Stone Age. I’m pretty sure the second Wildabouts would have sounded like Queens especially with Nick and Joey.

        • Kay B

          Yea I have seen Scott 11 or 12 times on stage and besides slurring and forgetting words he was pretty slick. He wasn’t violent or cut himself. I’d compare Josh to someone else. I think Josh has a violence problem since this is not his first or second time losing it. He may want to get help especially if his drinking is contributing to it. He could start there.

      • Trovoid

        Never heard that comparison before in my life. I figured they meant musically but maybe they meant personality-wise. Either way it’s completely inaccurate.

  • Pansy Parkinson

    One douchebag trash talks another douchebag. Snore.

    That’s all I ever see on this site.

  • Hutttrash

    Axl there’s a position that has just become vacant.

  • Hwang Sunghyeop

    Haha it was crazy. Josh had a mistake but saying some.shitty things to him is moron who is not close to him. Fuck off.

  • Rizz

    You people are crazy. Josh founded Kyuss, which is 100% ultra-badd ass music. He oozes awesome. QOTSA are fantastic too. Dude is rock and roll. Whoever the hell this director is seems to have a beef. I don’t care though. Kyuss Rules!

  • Ryan

    ‘Famous Director Calls Josh Homme A Scott Weiland Wannabe And ‘Coked-Up Prick’.
    Er Brett, Mira calls him a ‘coked up prick’. Great writing again from you. You even said Mira called him that in the article itself!