AC/DC Drummer Isn’t a Crazy Murderer (Or is he?)

So I am sure the Phil Rudd being charged for procuring murder really helped rocks image of being involved in satanism and all that bizarre shit mainstream people seem to believe. I don’t know if is the same worldwide, but here in the UK mainstream people hate rock music with an extreme passion. It is thought of as being crazy, and you are immediately hated by loads of people if you like even a couple of songs. That is the modern generation for you.

However, it turns out that Phil Rudd actually wasn’t trying to find a hit-man to kill two people. That’s a shame, because it made me think of a whole new side to the song ‘Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap’ by AC/DC, which is about a hit-man.

Now it’s time for me to talk about AC/DC’s ‘Dirty Deeds’ which most people overlook. The band where brought up in a very rough area, to a very  rough upbringing. Over the years they have got into loads of fights. Many of them have been seen taking drugs. Phil Rudd has already been charged with taking marijuana, and possessing it and many other things. What a lot of people don’t know is that a member of AC/DC once held a knife to another mans throat, while on tour. They have done other things as well, however the media always fail to write about them. Whether this is because of paid, or what, I don’t know, however it wouldn’t have failed to surprise me if Phil Rudd had plotted to kill two people.

Anyway, sorry if you are a great fan of AC/DC and you didn’t know these things. Feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments section below, and see if you can find anyone else who has talked about these AC/DC’s bad side. Like and follow as well if you enjoyed this article!

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Marijuana is Good

So I am not a druggy. I never will be.  Ever. So let’s just clear that up before the beginning of this article. I do, know people who have taken drugs, and do quite frequently. I do, yes, hang out with them occasionally. Still, however, I do not take them, and have no intentions to, ever. Not a puff, not a blow-back, nothing.

I have, however, occasionally had a cigarette. It would have been better for me to have had an entire spliff then that one cigarette. Really, it would have. This is what shocks me. The benefits of smoking marijuana out number the benefits of smoking tobacco almost ten-fold. So my question to all of you is, why is marijuana illegal, and tobacco is legal?

Marijuana can relax you, actually reduces the risk of cancer, and isn’t addictive. Tobacco on the other hand, makes you reak, increases your risk of cancer, and is highly addictive. I think this world is a bit messed up.

So tell me your opinions on this. Do you have a different opinion? Let me know, and comment, like and follow if you enjoyed the article!

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Further Reading: http://patients4medicalmarijuana.wordpress.com/marijuana-info/marijuana-vs-cigarettes/