Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Another piece of childhood dies....

Omg....Corey Haim was found DEAD.....seems it was an overdose.  Think of him kindly, he was battling addictions that he just couldn't overcome in the end.  I so hoped that somehow he would overcome his demons and become a happy stable person.  I so didn't want this to happen to him.  38 is just too young.    He was even working on a film called "The Dead Sea".  He was trying!  This hurts my heart.  Watching him on The Two Coreys, he just didn't seem happy or that there was someplace else he'd rather be.  I hoped that he would watch himself on the show and decide that he could do better.

This is from comments about where he had been staying:

"Saddest part = Oakwood Apartments. They're a huge complex right near Warner Bros. and Disney and Universal where aspiring actors (largely unknown bit players and Disney Channel kids) are put up by the studios when they first land in Hollywood. Or by actors just passing through on projects that have finite shooting schedules.
Appropriately, they're affectionately known as the "Cokewood Apartments."

I hope you've found the peace that you couldn't find in life, Corey.  Go easy, man. Rest peacefully.

 I kinda hoped the two Coreys would become two douchey old guys bitching about warm beer and how bitches didn't have big enough boobs.

Found this statement from Corey Feldman:
"I was awakened at 8:30 this morning by my brother and sister knocking on my bedroom door. They informed me of the loss of my brother Corey Haim. My eyes weren't even open all the way when the tears started streaming down my face," Feldman said.

"I am so sorry for Corey, his mother Judy, his family, my family, all of our fans and, of course, my son, who I will have to find a way to explain this to when he gets home from school. This is a tragic loss of a wonderful, beautiful, tormented soul, who will always be my brother, family and best friend. We must all take this as a lesson in how we treat the people we share this world with while they are still here to make a difference. Please respect our families as we struggle and grieve through this difficult time. I hope the art Corey has left behind will be remembered as the passion of that for which he truly lived."

Corey Feldman
"The Two Coreys"

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