Peaches Geldof found dead at Wrotham home

This Is Local London: Peaches Geldof found dead at Wrotham home Peaches Geldof found dead at Wrotham home

Peaches Geldof, the daughter of Bob Geldof and the late Paula Yates, has been found dead at the age of 25.

The mother-of-two body's was found at her home Fairseat Lane, Wrotham at around 1.35pm yesterday.

 

The death is being treated as a non-suspicious but unexplained sudden death.

Kent Police is compiling a report for the coroner and it is expected a post-mortem examination will be carried out in the next few days.

Her father said in a statement: "Peaches has died. We are beyond pain."

Ms Geldof was a prolific tweeter and the final message she sent yesterday was a picture of her as a child with her mother, with the message "Me and my mum".

Ms Geldof had two young sons with her second husband, musician Tom Cohen.

Bob Geldof said: "She was the wildest, funniest, cleverest, wittiest and the most bonkers of all of us.

"Writing 'was' destroys me afresh. What a beautiful child. How is this possible that we will not see her again? How is that bearable?

"We loved her and will cherish her forever. How sad that sentence is.

"Tom and her sons Astala and Phaedra will always belong in our family, fractured so often, but never broken."

The statement was signed Bob, Jeanne, Fifi, Pixie and Tiger Geldof.

Cohen said: "My beloved wife Peaches was adored by myself and her two sons Astala and Phaedra and I shall bring them up with their mother in their hearts every day. We shall love her for ever."

Ms Geldof was a young girl when her mother died from an accidental heroin overdose in 2000, aged 40.

Yates was divorced from Bob Geldof in 1996 after forming a relationship with INXS frontman Michael Hutchence.

Hutchence was found dead in a hotel room in Sydney, Australia, in 1997, and Yates went on to lose custody of the three daughters she had with Geldof - Peaches, Pixie and Fifi - the following year.

Bob Geldof later adopted Yates and Hutchence's daughter H eavenly Hiraani Tiger Lily.

Ms Geldof's oldest son Astala was 23 months old, while 11-month-old Phaedra was born on what would have been her mother's 54th birthday.

She was 19 when she married US musician Max Drummey at the Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas in August 2008. The couple announced that they had decided to split amicably in February 2009 before divorcing in 2011.

Ms Geldof married Cohen, lead singer of south-east London band SCUM, in September 2012 at the church in Davington, Kent, where her parents married 26 years earlier. It was also where her mother's funeral was held.

Kent Police said: "Police were called at 1.35pm on April 7, 2014 to an address near Wrotham following a report of concern for the welfare of a woman. A woman aged 25 was pronounced dead by South East Coast Ambulance Service.

"The death is being treated as a non-suspicious, but unexplained, sudden death. The local coroner has been informed and a post-mortem is expected to be carried out in the next few days."

Among the people paying tribute online were This Morning hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby.

Schofield, who appeared with Ms Geldof on the ITV show, wrote: "Utterly stunned at the terrible news of the death of Peaches Geldof! The dreadful loss of a really lovely woman."

Willoughby said: "Just heard about Peaches, so unbelievably tragic. So shocked and sad. Sending my thoughts and love to her family."

Singer Ellie Goulding said: "Even if you think you've got it all figured out, some things still can't be explained or understood. Two beautiful children. RIP Peaches."

Model Daisy Lowe posted a picture of a broken heart on Twitter.

Lily Allen said: "My thoughts are with Peaches' family at this awful time. I hope they get to grieve in peace. Peaches, rest in peace gorgeous girl."

Mother & Baby magazine announced in February that Ms Geldof was to be their new columnist.

A spokesman said it was after she had completed what they called, a "mama metamorphosis" from party girl to working mother. It was to feature her attempts to juggle parenting, work and family.

A tribute posted online by the magazine reads: "We are extremely saddened at the tragic news that Peaches Geldof has died. Our hearts and sympathies are with her family and two little boys."

A black Vauxhall private ambulance left the house in Wrotham under police escort shortly after 8.25pm.

The convoy was delayed for around five minutes by a vehicle which had blocked the narrow country lane leading to the property.

Earlier a Kent Police forensics unit left the property.

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9:07am Tue 8 Apr 14

Carparkattendant says...

Spoilt child of a spoilt child drug taking mother. Had everything handed to her on a plate and too much too young. Never had to work for it so has probably committed suicide owing to a lack purpose and challenge in her life. How many of the starving in Africa that her father hypocritically made his money out of commit suicide. Being a prolific tweeter points to she had nothing to do in her life. They get no sympathy from me!
Spoilt child of a spoilt child drug taking mother. Had everything handed to her on a plate and too much too young. Never had to work for it so has probably committed suicide owing to a lack purpose and challenge in her life. How many of the starving in Africa that her father hypocritically made his money out of commit suicide. Being a prolific tweeter points to she had nothing to do in her life. They get no sympathy from me! Carparkattendant
  • Score: 13

9:39am Tue 8 Apr 14

the wall says...

Carparkattendant wrote:
Spoilt child of a spoilt child drug taking mother. Had everything handed to her on a plate and too much too young. Never had to work for it so has probably committed suicide owing to a lack purpose and challenge in her life. How many of the starving in Africa that her father hypocritically made his money out of commit suicide. Being a prolific tweeter points to she had nothing to do in her life. They get no sympathy from me!
There's a lot of truth in your comment.
[quote][p][bold]Carparkattendant[/bold] wrote: Spoilt child of a spoilt child drug taking mother. Had everything handed to her on a plate and too much too young. Never had to work for it so has probably committed suicide owing to a lack purpose and challenge in her life. How many of the starving in Africa that her father hypocritically made his money out of commit suicide. Being a prolific tweeter points to she had nothing to do in her life. They get no sympathy from me![/p][/quote]There's a lot of truth in your comment. the wall
  • Score: 18

10:54am Tue 8 Apr 14

Gypo.Joe says...

RIP young lady.

Lets wait for the autopsy and facts ( inquest ) before running ya gob. Obviously she had many issues.
RIP young lady. Lets wait for the autopsy and facts ( inquest ) before running ya gob. Obviously she had many issues. Gypo.Joe
  • Score: 66

11:23am Tue 8 Apr 14

concerned.erith says...

the wall wrote:
Carparkattendant wrote:
Spoilt child of a spoilt child drug taking mother. Had everything handed to her on a plate and too much too young. Never had to work for it so has probably committed suicide owing to a lack purpose and challenge in her life. How many of the starving in Africa that her father hypocritically made his money out of commit suicide. Being a prolific tweeter points to she had nothing to do in her life. They get no sympathy from me!
There's a lot of truth in your comment.
Didn't your mothers ever teach you "if you haven't got anytihing good to say about someone then don't say anything at all"?

Your comments disgust me. Just remember karma's a ****!
[quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Carparkattendant[/bold] wrote: Spoilt child of a spoilt child drug taking mother. Had everything handed to her on a plate and too much too young. Never had to work for it so has probably committed suicide owing to a lack purpose and challenge in her life. How many of the starving in Africa that her father hypocritically made his money out of commit suicide. Being a prolific tweeter points to she had nothing to do in her life. They get no sympathy from me![/p][/quote]There's a lot of truth in your comment.[/p][/quote]Didn't your mothers ever teach you "if you haven't got anytihing good to say about someone then don't say anything at all"? Your comments disgust me. Just remember karma's a ****! concerned.erith
  • Score: 16

12:01pm Tue 8 Apr 14

Citygirl83 says...

Whether she had purpose in life or not a young woman has died, her husband has been widowed and her children left motherless.
Her mother had her reasons for taking her life, we are not to judge, she found this hard to deal with and made mistakes but again we are not to judge.
RIP Peaches, my heart goes out to your sons.
Whether she had purpose in life or not a young woman has died, her husband has been widowed and her children left motherless. Her mother had her reasons for taking her life, we are not to judge, she found this hard to deal with and made mistakes but again we are not to judge. RIP Peaches, my heart goes out to your sons. Citygirl83
  • Score: 34

12:04pm Tue 8 Apr 14

the wall says...

concerned.erith wrote:
the wall wrote:
Carparkattendant wrote:
Spoilt child of a spoilt child drug taking mother. Had everything handed to her on a plate and too much too young. Never had to work for it so has probably committed suicide owing to a lack purpose and challenge in her life. How many of the starving in Africa that her father hypocritically made his money out of commit suicide. Being a prolific tweeter points to she had nothing to do in her life. They get no sympathy from me!
There's a lot of truth in your comment.
Didn't your mothers ever teach you "if you haven't got anytihing good to say about someone then don't say anything at all"?

Your comments disgust me. Just remember karma's a ****!
No, because my mother didn't come out of a Disney film.

Yeah it's sad that 2 young boys are now motherless. But I don't buy into this celebrity mourning. The RIP stuff for a minor celeb baffles me.

All these sycophants and fawning people make me sick.Yes it's a tragedy and a family is in mourning. It happens to us all in one form or another so nothing special, just because they happen to be a bunch of D list celebs.
Let them get on with it instead of all this faux sympathy and concern. Oh how the the Wail and those celebs mags are going to milk this one. The very mags that pushed to fame in the first place. There is a strange irony in the amount of news this event will generate in relation to the coverage given to the thousands of African children still dying each week through disease, malnutrition and war.

I have tried to imagine how this can happen to someone who has 2 kids and a loving marriage and no money worries.
[quote][p][bold]concerned.erith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Carparkattendant[/bold] wrote: Spoilt child of a spoilt child drug taking mother. Had everything handed to her on a plate and too much too young. Never had to work for it so has probably committed suicide owing to a lack purpose and challenge in her life. How many of the starving in Africa that her father hypocritically made his money out of commit suicide. Being a prolific tweeter points to she had nothing to do in her life. They get no sympathy from me![/p][/quote]There's a lot of truth in your comment.[/p][/quote]Didn't your mothers ever teach you "if you haven't got anytihing good to say about someone then don't say anything at all"? Your comments disgust me. Just remember karma's a ****![/p][/quote]No, because my mother didn't come out of a Disney film. Yeah it's sad that 2 young boys are now motherless. But I don't buy into this celebrity mourning. The RIP stuff for a minor celeb baffles me. All these sycophants and fawning people make me sick.Yes it's a tragedy and a family is in mourning. It happens to us all in one form or another so nothing special, just because they happen to be a bunch of D list celebs. Let them get on with it instead of all this faux sympathy and concern. Oh how the the Wail and those celebs mags are going to milk this one. The very mags that pushed to fame in the first place. There is a strange irony in the amount of news this event will generate in relation to the coverage given to the thousands of African children still dying each week through disease, malnutrition and war. I have tried to imagine how this can happen to someone who has 2 kids and a loving marriage and no money worries. the wall
  • Score: 20

12:36pm Tue 8 Apr 14

molsey says...

Carparkattendant wrote:
Spoilt child of a spoilt child drug taking mother. Had everything handed to her on a plate and too much too young. Never had to work for it so has probably committed suicide owing to a lack purpose and challenge in her life. How many of the starving in Africa that her father hypocritically made his money out of commit suicide. Being a prolific tweeter points to she had nothing to do in her life. They get no sympathy from me!
Sounds about right.
[quote][p][bold]Carparkattendant[/bold] wrote: Spoilt child of a spoilt child drug taking mother. Had everything handed to her on a plate and too much too young. Never had to work for it so has probably committed suicide owing to a lack purpose and challenge in her life. How many of the starving in Africa that her father hypocritically made his money out of commit suicide. Being a prolific tweeter points to she had nothing to do in her life. They get no sympathy from me![/p][/quote]Sounds about right. molsey
  • Score: 8

12:46pm Tue 8 Apr 14

concerned.erith says...

the wall wrote:
concerned.erith wrote:
the wall wrote:
Carparkattendant wrote:
Spoilt child of a spoilt child drug taking mother. Had everything handed to her on a plate and too much too young. Never had to work for it so has probably committed suicide owing to a lack purpose and challenge in her life. How many of the starving in Africa that her father hypocritically made his money out of commit suicide. Being a prolific tweeter points to she had nothing to do in her life. They get no sympathy from me!
There's a lot of truth in your comment.
Didn't your mothers ever teach you "if you haven't got anytihing good to say about someone then don't say anything at all"?

Your comments disgust me. Just remember karma's a ****!
No, because my mother didn't come out of a Disney film.

Yeah it's sad that 2 young boys are now motherless. But I don't buy into this celebrity mourning. The RIP stuff for a minor celeb baffles me.

All these sycophants and fawning people make me sick.Yes it's a tragedy and a family is in mourning. It happens to us all in one form or another so nothing special, just because they happen to be a bunch of D list celebs.
Let them get on with it instead of all this faux sympathy and concern. Oh how the the Wail and those celebs mags are going to milk this one. The very mags that pushed to fame in the first place. There is a strange irony in the amount of news this event will generate in relation to the coverage given to the thousands of African children still dying each week through disease, malnutrition and war.

I have tried to imagine how this can happen to someone who has 2 kids and a loving marriage and no money worries.
FYI My mother didn't come out of a Disney film!

Yes I agree about the people starving not making as much headlines, but there hasn't been any suggestoin of suicide....

The death is being treated as a non-suspicious but unexplained sudden death.

Suicide is usually reported as the body found found hanged, overdose, wrist slit etc.

Perhaps you're tying to get the negatives like gypo joe!
[quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]concerned.erith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Carparkattendant[/bold] wrote: Spoilt child of a spoilt child drug taking mother. Had everything handed to her on a plate and too much too young. Never had to work for it so has probably committed suicide owing to a lack purpose and challenge in her life. How many of the starving in Africa that her father hypocritically made his money out of commit suicide. Being a prolific tweeter points to she had nothing to do in her life. They get no sympathy from me![/p][/quote]There's a lot of truth in your comment.[/p][/quote]Didn't your mothers ever teach you "if you haven't got anytihing good to say about someone then don't say anything at all"? Your comments disgust me. Just remember karma's a ****![/p][/quote]No, because my mother didn't come out of a Disney film. Yeah it's sad that 2 young boys are now motherless. But I don't buy into this celebrity mourning. The RIP stuff for a minor celeb baffles me. All these sycophants and fawning people make me sick.Yes it's a tragedy and a family is in mourning. It happens to us all in one form or another so nothing special, just because they happen to be a bunch of D list celebs. Let them get on with it instead of all this faux sympathy and concern. Oh how the the Wail and those celebs mags are going to milk this one. The very mags that pushed to fame in the first place. There is a strange irony in the amount of news this event will generate in relation to the coverage given to the thousands of African children still dying each week through disease, malnutrition and war. I have tried to imagine how this can happen to someone who has 2 kids and a loving marriage and no money worries.[/p][/quote]FYI My mother didn't come out of a Disney film! Yes I agree about the people starving not making as much headlines, but there hasn't been any suggestoin of suicide.... The death is being treated as a non-suspicious but unexplained sudden death. Suicide is usually reported as the body found found hanged, overdose, wrist slit etc. Perhaps you're tying to get the negatives like gypo joe! concerned.erith
  • Score: 10

1:14pm Tue 8 Apr 14

the wall says...

Sorry what's your point?
Sorry what's your point? the wall
  • Score: 12

1:44pm Tue 8 Apr 14

PaulErith says...

the wall wrote:
concerned.erith wrote:
the wall wrote:
Carparkattendant wrote:
Spoilt child of a spoilt child drug taking mother. Had everything handed to her on a plate and too much too young. Never had to work for it so has probably committed suicide owing to a lack purpose and challenge in her life. How many of the starving in Africa that her father hypocritically made his money out of commit suicide. Being a prolific tweeter points to she had nothing to do in her life. They get no sympathy from me!
There's a lot of truth in your comment.
Didn't your mothers ever teach you "if you haven't got anytihing good to say about someone then don't say anything at all"?

Your comments disgust me. Just remember karma's a ****!
No, because my mother didn't come out of a Disney film.

Yeah it's sad that 2 young boys are now motherless. But I don't buy into this celebrity mourning. The RIP stuff for a minor celeb baffles me.

All these sycophants and fawning people make me sick.Yes it's a tragedy and a family is in mourning. It happens to us all in one form or another so nothing special, just because they happen to be a bunch of D list celebs.
Let them get on with it instead of all this faux sympathy and concern. Oh how the the Wail and those celebs mags are going to milk this one. The very mags that pushed to fame in the first place. There is a strange irony in the amount of news this event will generate in relation to the coverage given to the thousands of African children still dying each week through disease, malnutrition and war.

I have tried to imagine how this can happen to someone who has 2 kids and a loving marriage and no money worries.
Totally agree about the celebrity mourning and the coverage it brings. Personally, I can't think of one famous person, be at A list to Z list, that I've ever felt upset about. I didn't know them! However, it is obviously still sad for their family. Therefore, I still don't think people should write disrespectful comments about it. (Not saying you have, but this thread starts with one by Carpark.)
[quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]concerned.erith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Carparkattendant[/bold] wrote: Spoilt child of a spoilt child drug taking mother. Had everything handed to her on a plate and too much too young. Never had to work for it so has probably committed suicide owing to a lack purpose and challenge in her life. How many of the starving in Africa that her father hypocritically made his money out of commit suicide. Being a prolific tweeter points to she had nothing to do in her life. They get no sympathy from me![/p][/quote]There's a lot of truth in your comment.[/p][/quote]Didn't your mothers ever teach you "if you haven't got anytihing good to say about someone then don't say anything at all"? Your comments disgust me. Just remember karma's a ****![/p][/quote]No, because my mother didn't come out of a Disney film. Yeah it's sad that 2 young boys are now motherless. But I don't buy into this celebrity mourning. The RIP stuff for a minor celeb baffles me. All these sycophants and fawning people make me sick.Yes it's a tragedy and a family is in mourning. It happens to us all in one form or another so nothing special, just because they happen to be a bunch of D list celebs. Let them get on with it instead of all this faux sympathy and concern. Oh how the the Wail and those celebs mags are going to milk this one. The very mags that pushed to fame in the first place. There is a strange irony in the amount of news this event will generate in relation to the coverage given to the thousands of African children still dying each week through disease, malnutrition and war. I have tried to imagine how this can happen to someone who has 2 kids and a loving marriage and no money worries.[/p][/quote]Totally agree about the celebrity mourning and the coverage it brings. Personally, I can't think of one famous person, be at A list to Z list, that I've ever felt upset about. I didn't know them! However, it is obviously still sad for their family. Therefore, I still don't think people should write disrespectful comments about it. (Not saying you have, but this thread starts with one by Carpark.) PaulErith
  • Score: 15

2:42pm Tue 8 Apr 14

Gypo.Joe says...

"Perhaps you're tying to get the negatives like gypo joe!"


Oi leave my negative votes outa this. I'm like a magnet for negativity being such a positive person that I am.

For all you A holes please note I said RIP young lady as I don't know this young woman. I would say the same for any other tragic death reported on the Shopper of a young mother. Its about respect, but that's the sort of person I am with a some moral compass.
"Perhaps you're tying to get the negatives like gypo joe!" Oi leave my negative votes outa this. I'm like a magnet for negativity being such a positive person that I am. For all you A holes please note I said RIP young lady as I don't know this young woman. I would say the same for any other tragic death reported on the Shopper of a young mother. Its about respect, but that's the sort of person I am with a some moral compass. Gypo.Joe
  • Score: 43

7:39pm Tue 8 Apr 14

Tamer37 says...

I feel very sad, she was too young. I always liked her
rest in peace.
I feel very sad, she was too young. I always liked her rest in peace. Tamer37
  • Score: 8

1:26pm Wed 9 Apr 14

sarfflondonbird says...

Whatever the outcome, condolences to her father, sisters, husband and children. RIP Peaches. She may have been a spoilt and privileged child but she did not deserve to die so young, especially as she has tried to turn her life around since the birth of her children.
Whatever the outcome, condolences to her father, sisters, husband and children. RIP Peaches. She may have been a spoilt and privileged child but she did not deserve to die so young, especially as she has tried to turn her life around since the birth of her children. sarfflondonbird
  • Score: -30

12:00am Thu 10 Apr 14

mainman says...

autopsy report inconclusive.no drugs found. at least she kept the royals off the front page
autopsy report inconclusive.no drugs found. at least she kept the royals off the front page mainman
  • Score: 6

10:04am Thu 10 Apr 14

JoeBlobbs says...

sarfflondonbird wrote:
Whatever the outcome, condolences to her father, sisters, husband and children. RIP Peaches. She may have been a spoilt and privileged child but she did not deserve to die so young, especially as she has tried to turn her life around since the birth of her children.
Now why am I not surprised that you can write a eulogy for peaches geldof yet when a girl of a different colour dies you write something disgusting which upsets the family/friends and has to be removed.

http://www.newsshopp
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But I may be wrong, perhaps you are a close family friend of the geldofs and not a small minded bigot so if I'm mistaken please accept my apologies in advance.
[quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: Whatever the outcome, condolences to her father, sisters, husband and children. RIP Peaches. She may have been a spoilt and privileged child but she did not deserve to die so young, especially as she has tried to turn her life around since the birth of her children.[/p][/quote]Now why am I not surprised that you can write a eulogy for peaches geldof yet when a girl of a different colour dies you write something disgusting which upsets the family/friends and has to be removed. http://www.newsshopp er.co.uk/news/109839 40.Friends_pay_tribu te_after_death_of_Br omley_College_studen t_Marie__Sasha__Stea dman/ But I may be wrong, perhaps you are a close family friend of the geldofs and not a small minded bigot so if I'm mistaken please accept my apologies in advance. JoeBlobbs
  • Score: 1216

10:40am Thu 10 Apr 14

Gypo.Joe says...

JoeBlobbs you got that dead right, 'its' a small minded bigot.

OK
JoeBlobbs you got that dead right, 'its' a small minded bigot. OK Gypo.Joe
  • Score: 264

3:39pm Thu 10 Apr 14

sarfflondonbird says...

JoeBlobbs wrote:
sarfflondonbird wrote:
Whatever the outcome, condolences to her father, sisters, husband and children. RIP Peaches. She may have been a spoilt and privileged child but she did not deserve to die so young, especially as she has tried to turn her life around since the birth of her children.
Now why am I not surprised that you can write a eulogy for peaches geldof yet when a girl of a different colour dies you write something disgusting which upsets the family/friends and has to be removed.

http://www.newsshopp

er.co.uk/news/109839

40.Friends_pay_tribu

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omley_College_studen

t_Marie__Sasha__Stea

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But I may be wrong, perhaps you are a close family friend of the geldofs and not a small minded bigot so if I'm mistaken please accept my apologies in advance.
Apologies accepted.
[quote][p][bold]JoeBlobbs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: Whatever the outcome, condolences to her father, sisters, husband and children. RIP Peaches. She may have been a spoilt and privileged child but she did not deserve to die so young, especially as she has tried to turn her life around since the birth of her children.[/p][/quote]Now why am I not surprised that you can write a eulogy for peaches geldof yet when a girl of a different colour dies you write something disgusting which upsets the family/friends and has to be removed. http://www.newsshopp er.co.uk/news/109839 40.Friends_pay_tribu te_after_death_of_Br omley_College_studen t_Marie__Sasha__Stea dman/ But I may be wrong, perhaps you are a close family friend of the geldofs and not a small minded bigot so if I'm mistaken please accept my apologies in advance.[/p][/quote]Apologies accepted. sarfflondonbird
  • Score: -43

3:40pm Thu 10 Apr 14

sarfflondonbird says...

sarfflondonbird wrote:
JoeBlobbs wrote:
sarfflondonbird wrote:
Whatever the outcome, condolences to her father, sisters, husband and children. RIP Peaches. She may have been a spoilt and privileged child but she did not deserve to die so young, especially as she has tried to turn her life around since the birth of her children.
Now why am I not surprised that you can write a eulogy for peaches geldof yet when a girl of a different colour dies you write something disgusting which upsets the family/friends and has to be removed.

http://www.newsshopp


er.co.uk/news/109839


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But I may be wrong, perhaps you are a close family friend of the geldofs and not a small minded bigot so if I'm mistaken please accept my apologies in advance.
Apologies accepted.
PS. Why do you have to bring colour into this? Are you trying to stir up trouble by any sorts?
[quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JoeBlobbs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: Whatever the outcome, condolences to her father, sisters, husband and children. RIP Peaches. She may have been a spoilt and privileged child but she did not deserve to die so young, especially as she has tried to turn her life around since the birth of her children.[/p][/quote]Now why am I not surprised that you can write a eulogy for peaches geldof yet when a girl of a different colour dies you write something disgusting which upsets the family/friends and has to be removed. http://www.newsshopp er.co.uk/news/109839 40.Friends_pay_tribu te_after_death_of_Br omley_College_studen t_Marie__Sasha__Stea dman/ But I may be wrong, perhaps you are a close family friend of the geldofs and not a small minded bigot so if I'm mistaken please accept my apologies in advance.[/p][/quote]Apologies accepted.[/p][/quote]PS. Why do you have to bring colour into this? Are you trying to stir up trouble by any sorts? sarfflondonbird
  • Score: -18

7:16pm Thu 10 Apr 14

Gypo.Joe says...

"Why do you have to bring colour into this?"


As my old matey Karl boi USED to say "oh my sides."

The hypocrisy knows no bounds with you sarflondonturd..
"Why do you have to bring colour into this?" As my old matey Karl boi USED to say "oh my sides." The hypocrisy knows no bounds with you sarflondonturd.. Gypo.Joe
  • Score: 1662

8:48am Fri 11 Apr 14

JoeBlobbs says...

sarfflondonbird wrote:
sarfflondonbird wrote:
JoeBlobbs wrote:
sarfflondonbird wrote:
Whatever the outcome, condolences to her father, sisters, husband and children. RIP Peaches. She may have been a spoilt and privileged child but she did not deserve to die so young, especially as she has tried to turn her life around since the birth of her children.
Now why am I not surprised that you can write a eulogy for peaches geldof yet when a girl of a different colour dies you write something disgusting which upsets the family/friends and has to be removed.

http://www.newsshopp



er.co.uk/news/109839



40.Friends_pay_tribu



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But I may be wrong, perhaps you are a close family friend of the geldofs and not a small minded bigot so if I'm mistaken please accept my apologies in advance.
Apologies accepted.
PS. Why do you have to bring colour into this? Are you trying to stir up trouble by any sorts?
Not trying to stir up trouble, just trying to get my head around how one dead girl's death is classed differently in your eyes. How one story warrants some tasteless comments from you which had to be removed yet another receives your condolences. Strange don't you think when basically both stories report tragic deaths of young people who both have distraught families and friends to consider and deserve a little respect during what can only be a time of unimaginable grief and sadness. .

I'll bet Sir Bob would really appreciate the support of someone who has a bit of form for making unsavoury comments on a local news site. Do you see the irony SLB or is that a little over your head?

Time for some major thumb down now SLB from your 'supporters' for doing nothing more than pointing out a fact. Perhaps this time some people might like to make a comment to accompany their dislikes.
[quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JoeBlobbs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: Whatever the outcome, condolences to her father, sisters, husband and children. RIP Peaches. She may have been a spoilt and privileged child but she did not deserve to die so young, especially as she has tried to turn her life around since the birth of her children.[/p][/quote]Now why am I not surprised that you can write a eulogy for peaches geldof yet when a girl of a different colour dies you write something disgusting which upsets the family/friends and has to be removed. http://www.newsshopp er.co.uk/news/109839 40.Friends_pay_tribu te_after_death_of_Br omley_College_studen t_Marie__Sasha__Stea dman/ But I may be wrong, perhaps you are a close family friend of the geldofs and not a small minded bigot so if I'm mistaken please accept my apologies in advance.[/p][/quote]Apologies accepted.[/p][/quote]PS. Why do you have to bring colour into this? Are you trying to stir up trouble by any sorts?[/p][/quote]Not trying to stir up trouble, just trying to get my head around how one dead girl's death is classed differently in your eyes. How one story warrants some tasteless comments from you which had to be removed yet another receives your condolences. Strange don't you think when basically both stories report tragic deaths of young people who both have distraught families and friends to consider and deserve a little respect during what can only be a time of unimaginable grief and sadness. . I'll bet Sir Bob would really appreciate the support of someone who has a bit of form for making unsavoury comments on a local news site. Do you see the irony SLB or is that a little over your head? Time for some major thumb down now SLB from your 'supporters' for doing nothing more than pointing out a fact. Perhaps this time some people might like to make a comment to accompany their dislikes. JoeBlobbs
  • Score: 710

10:18am Fri 11 Apr 14

sarfflondonbird says...

the wall wrote:
concerned.erith wrote:
the wall wrote:
Carparkattendant wrote:
Spoilt child of a spoilt child drug taking mother. Had everything handed to her on a plate and too much too young. Never had to work for it so has probably committed suicide owing to a lack purpose and challenge in her life. How many of the starving in Africa that her father hypocritically made his money out of commit suicide. Being a prolific tweeter points to she had nothing to do in her life. They get no sympathy from me!
There's a lot of truth in your comment.
Didn't your mothers ever teach you "if you haven't got anytihing good to say about someone then don't say anything at all"?

Your comments disgust me. Just remember karma's a ****!
No, because my mother didn't come out of a Disney film.

Yeah it's sad that 2 young boys are now motherless. But I don't buy into this celebrity mourning. The RIP stuff for a minor celeb baffles me.

All these sycophants and fawning people make me sick.Yes it's a tragedy and a family is in mourning. It happens to us all in one form or another so nothing special, just because they happen to be a bunch of D list celebs.
Let them get on with it instead of all this faux sympathy and concern. Oh how the the Wail and those celebs mags are going to milk this one. The very mags that pushed to fame in the first place. There is a strange irony in the amount of news this event will generate in relation to the coverage given to the thousands of African children still dying each week through disease, malnutrition and war.

I have tried to imagine how this can happen to someone who has 2 kids and a loving marriage and no money worries.
You seem to forget that a member of that'bunch of D list celebs' as you refer to them, did an awful lot of humanitarian work for starving kids in Africa not so long ago, remember Live Aid? Like all the celebs, I don't think he dug deep into his own pockets when shouting "give us yet F'ING money NOW", but he organised quite a bit in order to spend our money on kids in Africa. Seems you have selective memory.
Then again, he and his family are only a'bunch of D Listers"
[quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]concerned.erith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Carparkattendant[/bold] wrote: Spoilt child of a spoilt child drug taking mother. Had everything handed to her on a plate and too much too young. Never had to work for it so has probably committed suicide owing to a lack purpose and challenge in her life. How many of the starving in Africa that her father hypocritically made his money out of commit suicide. Being a prolific tweeter points to she had nothing to do in her life. They get no sympathy from me![/p][/quote]There's a lot of truth in your comment.[/p][/quote]Didn't your mothers ever teach you "if you haven't got anytihing good to say about someone then don't say anything at all"? Your comments disgust me. Just remember karma's a ****![/p][/quote]No, because my mother didn't come out of a Disney film. Yeah it's sad that 2 young boys are now motherless. But I don't buy into this celebrity mourning. The RIP stuff for a minor celeb baffles me. All these sycophants and fawning people make me sick.Yes it's a tragedy and a family is in mourning. It happens to us all in one form or another so nothing special, just because they happen to be a bunch of D list celebs. Let them get on with it instead of all this faux sympathy and concern. Oh how the the Wail and those celebs mags are going to milk this one. The very mags that pushed to fame in the first place. There is a strange irony in the amount of news this event will generate in relation to the coverage given to the thousands of African children still dying each week through disease, malnutrition and war. I have tried to imagine how this can happen to someone who has 2 kids and a loving marriage and no money worries.[/p][/quote]You seem to forget that a member of that'bunch of D list celebs' as you refer to them, did an awful lot of humanitarian work for starving kids in Africa not so long ago, remember Live Aid? Like all the celebs, I don't think he dug deep into his own pockets when shouting "give us yet F'ING money NOW", but he organised quite a bit in order to spend our money on kids in Africa. Seems you have selective memory. Then again, he and his family are only a'bunch of D Listers" sarfflondonbird
  • Score: -150

10:49am Fri 11 Apr 14

JoeBlobbs says...

sarfflondonbird wrote:
the wall wrote:
concerned.erith wrote:
the wall wrote:
Carparkattendant wrote:
Spoilt child of a spoilt child drug taking mother. Had everything handed to her on a plate and too much too young. Never had to work for it so has probably committed suicide owing to a lack purpose and challenge in her life. How many of the starving in Africa that her father hypocritically made his money out of commit suicide. Being a prolific tweeter points to she had nothing to do in her life. They get no sympathy from me!
There's a lot of truth in your comment.
Didn't your mothers ever teach you "if you haven't got anytihing good to say about someone then don't say anything at all"?

Your comments disgust me. Just remember karma's a ****!
No, because my mother didn't come out of a Disney film.

Yeah it's sad that 2 young boys are now motherless. But I don't buy into this celebrity mourning. The RIP stuff for a minor celeb baffles me.

All these sycophants and fawning people make me sick.Yes it's a tragedy and a family is in mourning. It happens to us all in one form or another so nothing special, just because they happen to be a bunch of D list celebs.
Let them get on with it instead of all this faux sympathy and concern. Oh how the the Wail and those celebs mags are going to milk this one. The very mags that pushed to fame in the first place. There is a strange irony in the amount of news this event will generate in relation to the coverage given to the thousands of African children still dying each week through disease, malnutrition and war.

I have tried to imagine how this can happen to someone who has 2 kids and a loving marriage and no money worries.
You seem to forget that a member of that'bunch of D list celebs' as you refer to them, did an awful lot of humanitarian work for starving kids in Africa not so long ago, remember Live Aid? Like all the celebs, I don't think he dug deep into his own pockets when shouting "give us yet F'ING money NOW", but he organised quite a bit in order to spend our money on kids in Africa. Seems you have selective memory.
Then again, he and his family are only a'bunch of D Listers"
Now am really confused here SLB, so you have respect for someone who was given a title for trying to better the lives of African kids yet when someone closer to home is given the title of baroness for campaigning towards equality and justice all you ever do is post something nasty.

Your double standards and contradictions are becoming as bizarre as a White Rabbit offering although at least WR's views are harmless and generally inoffensive and don't require removal from the site .
[quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]concerned.erith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Carparkattendant[/bold] wrote: Spoilt child of a spoilt child drug taking mother. Had everything handed to her on a plate and too much too young. Never had to work for it so has probably committed suicide owing to a lack purpose and challenge in her life. How many of the starving in Africa that her father hypocritically made his money out of commit suicide. Being a prolific tweeter points to she had nothing to do in her life. They get no sympathy from me![/p][/quote]There's a lot of truth in your comment.[/p][/quote]Didn't your mothers ever teach you "if you haven't got anytihing good to say about someone then don't say anything at all"? Your comments disgust me. Just remember karma's a ****![/p][/quote]No, because my mother didn't come out of a Disney film. Yeah it's sad that 2 young boys are now motherless. But I don't buy into this celebrity mourning. The RIP stuff for a minor celeb baffles me. All these sycophants and fawning people make me sick.Yes it's a tragedy and a family is in mourning. It happens to us all in one form or another so nothing special, just because they happen to be a bunch of D list celebs. Let them get on with it instead of all this faux sympathy and concern. Oh how the the Wail and those celebs mags are going to milk this one. The very mags that pushed to fame in the first place. There is a strange irony in the amount of news this event will generate in relation to the coverage given to the thousands of African children still dying each week through disease, malnutrition and war. I have tried to imagine how this can happen to someone who has 2 kids and a loving marriage and no money worries.[/p][/quote]You seem to forget that a member of that'bunch of D list celebs' as you refer to them, did an awful lot of humanitarian work for starving kids in Africa not so long ago, remember Live Aid? Like all the celebs, I don't think he dug deep into his own pockets when shouting "give us yet F'ING money NOW", but he organised quite a bit in order to spend our money on kids in Africa. Seems you have selective memory. Then again, he and his family are only a'bunch of D Listers"[/p][/quote]Now am really confused here SLB, so you have respect for someone who was given a title for trying to better the lives of African kids yet when someone closer to home is given the title of baroness for campaigning towards equality and justice all you ever do is post something nasty. Your double standards and contradictions are becoming as bizarre as a White Rabbit offering although at least WR's views are harmless and generally inoffensive and don't require removal from the site . JoeBlobbs
  • Score: 40

10:50am Fri 11 Apr 14

sarfflondonbird says...

JoeBlobbs wrote:
sarfflondonbird wrote:
sarfflondonbird wrote:
JoeBlobbs wrote:
sarfflondonbird wrote:
Whatever the outcome, condolences to her father, sisters, husband and children. RIP Peaches. She may have been a spoilt and privileged child but she did not deserve to die so young, especially as she has tried to turn her life around since the birth of her children.
Now why am I not surprised that you can write a eulogy for peaches geldof yet when a girl of a different colour dies you write something disgusting which upsets the family/friends and has to be removed.

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But I may be wrong, perhaps you are a close family friend of the geldofs and not a small minded bigot so if I'm mistaken please accept my apologies in advance.
Apologies accepted.
PS. Why do you have to bring colour into this? Are you trying to stir up trouble by any sorts?
Not trying to stir up trouble, just trying to get my head around how one dead girl's death is classed differently in your eyes. How one story warrants some tasteless comments from you which had to be removed yet another receives your condolences. Strange don't you think when basically both stories report tragic deaths of young people who both have distraught families and friends to consider and deserve a little respect during what can only be a time of unimaginable grief and sadness. .

I'll bet Sir Bob would really appreciate the support of someone who has a bit of form for making unsavoury comments on a local news site. Do you see the irony SLB or is that a little over your head?

Time for some major thumb down now SLB from your 'supporters' for doing nothing more than pointing out a fact. Perhaps this time some people might like to make a comment to accompany their dislikes.
Firstly, the first girls story was drug and suicide related. I don't agree with it no more than I agree with the way in which peaches' mother died.
Secondly, the death of peaches has not yet been established, but drugs and suicide note has been ruled out, is that not true?
As I said before she was spoilt and privileged, but she made an effort to turn her life around on account of her children. You can't knock her for that! Or maybe one or two of you can.

As for the thumbs down, I really couldn't care less. You can't be right with everyone all the time. I wonder though ifcertain persons are manipulating votes as the inaccurately accuse me of doing? Not that I'm bothered, as gypo says "wear your negative votes with pride" I do.... With thumbs up and down.
[quote][p][bold]JoeBlobbs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JoeBlobbs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: Whatever the outcome, condolences to her father, sisters, husband and children. RIP Peaches. She may have been a spoilt and privileged child but she did not deserve to die so young, especially as she has tried to turn her life around since the birth of her children.[/p][/quote]Now why am I not surprised that you can write a eulogy for peaches geldof yet when a girl of a different colour dies you write something disgusting which upsets the family/friends and has to be removed. http://www.newsshopp er.co.uk/news/109839 40.Friends_pay_tribu te_after_death_of_Br omley_College_studen t_Marie__Sasha__Stea dman/ But I may be wrong, perhaps you are a close family friend of the geldofs and not a small minded bigot so if I'm mistaken please accept my apologies in advance.[/p][/quote]Apologies accepted.[/p][/quote]PS. Why do you have to bring colour into this? Are you trying to stir up trouble by any sorts?[/p][/quote]Not trying to stir up trouble, just trying to get my head around how one dead girl's death is classed differently in your eyes. How one story warrants some tasteless comments from you which had to be removed yet another receives your condolences. Strange don't you think when basically both stories report tragic deaths of young people who both have distraught families and friends to consider and deserve a little respect during what can only be a time of unimaginable grief and sadness. . I'll bet Sir Bob would really appreciate the support of someone who has a bit of form for making unsavoury comments on a local news site. Do you see the irony SLB or is that a little over your head? Time for some major thumb down now SLB from your 'supporters' for doing nothing more than pointing out a fact. Perhaps this time some people might like to make a comment to accompany their dislikes.[/p][/quote]Firstly, the first girls story was drug and suicide related. I don't agree with it no more than I agree with the way in which peaches' mother died. Secondly, the death of peaches has not yet been established, but drugs and suicide note has been ruled out, is that not true? As I said before she was spoilt and privileged, but she made an effort to turn her life around on account of her children. You can't knock her for that! Or maybe one or two of you can. As for the thumbs down, I really couldn't care less. You can't be right with everyone all the time. I wonder though ifcertain persons are manipulating votes as the inaccurately accuse me of doing? Not that I'm bothered, as gypo says "wear your negative votes with pride" I do.... With thumbs up and down. sarfflondonbird
  • Score: -45

11:00am Fri 11 Apr 14

sarfflondonbird says...

JoeBlobbs wrote:
sarfflondonbird wrote:
the wall wrote:
concerned.erith wrote:
the wall wrote:
Carparkattendant wrote:
Spoilt child of a spoilt child drug taking mother. Had everything handed to her on a plate and too much too young. Never had to work for it so has probably committed suicide owing to a lack purpose and challenge in her life. How many of the starving in Africa that her father hypocritically made his money out of commit suicide. Being a prolific tweeter points to she had nothing to do in her life. They get no sympathy from me!
There's a lot of truth in your comment.
Didn't your mothers ever teach you "if you haven't got anytihing good to say about someone then don't say anything at all"?

Your comments disgust me. Just remember karma's a ****!
No, because my mother didn't come out of a Disney film.

Yeah it's sad that 2 young boys are now motherless. But I don't buy into this celebrity mourning. The RIP stuff for a minor celeb baffles me.

All these sycophants and fawning people make me sick.Yes it's a tragedy and a family is in mourning. It happens to us all in one form or another so nothing special, just because they happen to be a bunch of D list celebs.
Let them get on with it instead of all this faux sympathy and concern. Oh how the the Wail and those celebs mags are going to milk this one. The very mags that pushed to fame in the first place. There is a strange irony in the amount of news this event will generate in relation to the coverage given to the thousands of African children still dying each week through disease, malnutrition and war.

I have tried to imagine how this can happen to someone who has 2 kids and a loving marriage and no money worries.
You seem to forget that a member of that'bunch of D list celebs' as you refer to them, did an awful lot of humanitarian work for starving kids in Africa not so long ago, remember Live Aid? Like all the celebs, I don't think he dug deep into his own pockets when shouting "give us yet F'ING money NOW", but he organised quite a bit in order to spend our money on kids in Africa. Seems you have selective memory.
Then again, he and his family are only a'bunch of D Listers"
Now am really confused here SLB, so you have respect for someone who was given a title for trying to better the lives of African kids yet when someone closer to home is given the title of baroness for campaigning towards equality and justice all you ever do is post something nasty.

Your double standards and contradictions are becoming as bizarre as a White Rabbit offering although at least WR's views are harmless and generally inoffensive and don't require removal from the site .
Merely pointing out that the Wall who classes the geldofs as non entity celebs and bemoan the plight of starving kids in Africa being more news worthy has neglected to include Sir Bobs work in aiding food, health and living standards where possible to these very people.
[quote][p][bold]JoeBlobbs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]concerned.erith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Carparkattendant[/bold] wrote: Spoilt child of a spoilt child drug taking mother. Had everything handed to her on a plate and too much too young. Never had to work for it so has probably committed suicide owing to a lack purpose and challenge in her life. How many of the starving in Africa that her father hypocritically made his money out of commit suicide. Being a prolific tweeter points to she had nothing to do in her life. They get no sympathy from me![/p][/quote]There's a lot of truth in your comment.[/p][/quote]Didn't your mothers ever teach you "if you haven't got anytihing good to say about someone then don't say anything at all"? Your comments disgust me. Just remember karma's a ****![/p][/quote]No, because my mother didn't come out of a Disney film. Yeah it's sad that 2 young boys are now motherless. But I don't buy into this celebrity mourning. The RIP stuff for a minor celeb baffles me. All these sycophants and fawning people make me sick.Yes it's a tragedy and a family is in mourning. It happens to us all in one form or another so nothing special, just because they happen to be a bunch of D list celebs. Let them get on with it instead of all this faux sympathy and concern. Oh how the the Wail and those celebs mags are going to milk this one. The very mags that pushed to fame in the first place. There is a strange irony in the amount of news this event will generate in relation to the coverage given to the thousands of African children still dying each week through disease, malnutrition and war. I have tried to imagine how this can happen to someone who has 2 kids and a loving marriage and no money worries.[/p][/quote]You seem to forget that a member of that'bunch of D list celebs' as you refer to them, did an awful lot of humanitarian work for starving kids in Africa not so long ago, remember Live Aid? Like all the celebs, I don't think he dug deep into his own pockets when shouting "give us yet F'ING money NOW", but he organised quite a bit in order to spend our money on kids in Africa. Seems you have selective memory. Then again, he and his family are only a'bunch of D Listers"[/p][/quote]Now am really confused here SLB, so you have respect for someone who was given a title for trying to better the lives of African kids yet when someone closer to home is given the title of baroness for campaigning towards equality and justice all you ever do is post something nasty. Your double standards and contradictions are becoming as bizarre as a White Rabbit offering although at least WR's views are harmless and generally inoffensive and don't require removal from the site .[/p][/quote]Merely pointing out that the Wall who classes the geldofs as non entity celebs and bemoan the plight of starving kids in Africa being more news worthy has neglected to include Sir Bobs work in aiding food, health and living standards where possible to these very people. sarfflondonbird
  • Score: -45

11:09am Fri 11 Apr 14

sarfflondonbird says...

sarfflondonbird wrote:
JoeBlobbs wrote:
sarfflondonbird wrote:
the wall wrote:
concerned.erith wrote:
the wall wrote:
Carparkattendant wrote:
Spoilt child of a spoilt child drug taking mother. Had everything handed to her on a plate and too much too young. Never had to work for it so has probably committed suicide owing to a lack purpose and challenge in her life. How many of the starving in Africa that her father hypocritically made his money out of commit suicide. Being a prolific tweeter points to she had nothing to do in her life. They get no sympathy from me!
There's a lot of truth in your comment.
Didn't your mothers ever teach you "if you haven't got anytihing good to say about someone then don't say anything at all"?

Your comments disgust me. Just remember karma's a ****!
No, because my mother didn't come out of a Disney film.

Yeah it's sad that 2 young boys are now motherless. But I don't buy into this celebrity mourning. The RIP stuff for a minor celeb baffles me.

All these sycophants and fawning people make me sick.Yes it's a tragedy and a family is in mourning. It happens to us all in one form or another so nothing special, just because they happen to be a bunch of D list celebs.
Let them get on with it instead of all this faux sympathy and concern. Oh how the the Wail and those celebs mags are going to milk this one. The very mags that pushed to fame in the first place. There is a strange irony in the amount of news this event will generate in relation to the coverage given to the thousands of African children still dying each week through disease, malnutrition and war.

I have tried to imagine how this can happen to someone who has 2 kids and a loving marriage and no money worries.
You seem to forget that a member of that'bunch of D list celebs' as you refer to them, did an awful lot of humanitarian work for starving kids in Africa not so long ago, remember Live Aid? Like all the celebs, I don't think he dug deep into his own pockets when shouting "give us yet F'ING money NOW", but he organised quite a bit in order to spend our money on kids in Africa. Seems you have selective memory.
Then again, he and his family are only a'bunch of D Listers"
Now am really confused here SLB, so you have respect for someone who was given a title for trying to better the lives of African kids yet when someone closer to home is given the title of baroness for campaigning towards equality and justice all you ever do is post something nasty.

Your double standards and contradictions are becoming as bizarre as a White Rabbit offering although at least WR's views are harmless and generally inoffensive and don't require removal from the site .
Merely pointing out that the Wall who classes the geldofs as non entity celebs and bemoan the plight of starving kids in Africa being more news worthy has neglected to include Sir Bobs work in aiding food, health and living standards where possible to these very people.
Oh, and I forgot to point out that he is from one type of background helping under privileged from aother background, whereas, the baroness is only serving to help her own kind. And the eqality is where.....?
Just thought to add that in as a fact of life. Feel free to thumbs down. I will say no more.
[quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JoeBlobbs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]concerned.erith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Carparkattendant[/bold] wrote: Spoilt child of a spoilt child drug taking mother. Had everything handed to her on a plate and too much too young. Never had to work for it so has probably committed suicide owing to a lack purpose and challenge in her life. How many of the starving in Africa that her father hypocritically made his money out of commit suicide. Being a prolific tweeter points to she had nothing to do in her life. They get no sympathy from me![/p][/quote]There's a lot of truth in your comment.[/p][/quote]Didn't your mothers ever teach you "if you haven't got anytihing good to say about someone then don't say anything at all"? Your comments disgust me. Just remember karma's a ****![/p][/quote]No, because my mother didn't come out of a Disney film. Yeah it's sad that 2 young boys are now motherless. But I don't buy into this celebrity mourning. The RIP stuff for a minor celeb baffles me. All these sycophants and fawning people make me sick.Yes it's a tragedy and a family is in mourning. It happens to us all in one form or another so nothing special, just because they happen to be a bunch of D list celebs. Let them get on with it instead of all this faux sympathy and concern. Oh how the the Wail and those celebs mags are going to milk this one. The very mags that pushed to fame in the first place. There is a strange irony in the amount of news this event will generate in relation to the coverage given to the thousands of African children still dying each week through disease, malnutrition and war. I have tried to imagine how this can happen to someone who has 2 kids and a loving marriage and no money worries.[/p][/quote]You seem to forget that a member of that'bunch of D list celebs' as you refer to them, did an awful lot of humanitarian work for starving kids in Africa not so long ago, remember Live Aid? Like all the celebs, I don't think he dug deep into his own pockets when shouting "give us yet F'ING money NOW", but he organised quite a bit in order to spend our money on kids in Africa. Seems you have selective memory. Then again, he and his family are only a'bunch of D Listers"[/p][/quote]Now am really confused here SLB, so you have respect for someone who was given a title for trying to better the lives of African kids yet when someone closer to home is given the title of baroness for campaigning towards equality and justice all you ever do is post something nasty. Your double standards and contradictions are becoming as bizarre as a White Rabbit offering although at least WR's views are harmless and generally inoffensive and don't require removal from the site .[/p][/quote]Merely pointing out that the Wall who classes the geldofs as non entity celebs and bemoan the plight of starving kids in Africa being more news worthy has neglected to include Sir Bobs work in aiding food, health and living standards where possible to these very people.[/p][/quote]Oh, and I forgot to point out that he is from one type of background helping under privileged from aother background, whereas, the baroness is only serving to help her own kind. And the eqality is where.....? Just thought to add that in as a fact of life. Feel free to thumbs down. I will say no more. sarfflondonbird
  • Score: -45

11:44am Fri 11 Apr 14

JoeBlobbs says...

sarfflondonbird wrote:
JoeBlobbs wrote:
sarfflondonbird wrote:
sarfflondonbird wrote:
JoeBlobbs wrote:
sarfflondonbird wrote:
Whatever the outcome, condolences to her father, sisters, husband and children. RIP Peaches. She may have been a spoilt and privileged child but she did not deserve to die so young, especially as she has tried to turn her life around since the birth of her children.
Now why am I not surprised that you can write a eulogy for peaches geldof yet when a girl of a different colour dies you write something disgusting which upsets the family/friends and has to be removed.

http://www.newsshopp





er.co.uk/news/109839





40.Friends_pay_tribu





te_after_death_of_Br





omley_College_studen





t_Marie__Sasha__Stea





dman/

But I may be wrong, perhaps you are a close family friend of the geldofs and not a small minded bigot so if I'm mistaken please accept my apologies in advance.
Apologies accepted.
PS. Why do you have to bring colour into this? Are you trying to stir up trouble by any sorts?
Not trying to stir up trouble, just trying to get my head around how one dead girl's death is classed differently in your eyes. How one story warrants some tasteless comments from you which had to be removed yet another receives your condolences. Strange don't you think when basically both stories report tragic deaths of young people who both have distraught families and friends to consider and deserve a little respect during what can only be a time of unimaginable grief and sadness. .

I'll bet Sir Bob would really appreciate the support of someone who has a bit of form for making unsavoury comments on a local news site. Do you see the irony SLB or is that a little over your head?

Time for some major thumb down now SLB from your 'supporters' for doing nothing more than pointing out a fact. Perhaps this time some people might like to make a comment to accompany their dislikes.
Firstly, the first girls story was drug and suicide related. I don't agree with it no more than I agree with the way in which peaches' mother died.
Secondly, the death of peaches has not yet been established, but drugs and suicide note has been ruled out, is that not true?
As I said before she was spoilt and privileged, but she made an effort to turn her life around on account of her children. You can't knock her for that! Or maybe one or two of you can.

As for the thumbs down, I really couldn't care less. You can't be right with everyone all the time. I wonder though ifcertain persons are manipulating votes as the inaccurately accuse me of doing? Not that I'm bothered, as gypo says "wear your negative votes with pride" I do.... With thumbs up and down.
Still doesn't answer why one story received comments from you which were deemed so out of order they had to be removed and the other finds you offering sympathy to a family.

Both tragic wastes of young lives in my opinion yet for some reason one is classed differently than the other in your view. This is what I just cant understand, why you went out of you way to upset one grieving family on this site yet quick to give some kind words to another family. You know neither family I presume so why the difference in your feelings?
[quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JoeBlobbs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JoeBlobbs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: Whatever the outcome, condolences to her father, sisters, husband and children. RIP Peaches. She may have been a spoilt and privileged child but she did not deserve to die so young, especially as she has tried to turn her life around since the birth of her children.[/p][/quote]Now why am I not surprised that you can write a eulogy for peaches geldof yet when a girl of a different colour dies you write something disgusting which upsets the family/friends and has to be removed. http://www.newsshopp er.co.uk/news/109839 40.Friends_pay_tribu te_after_death_of_Br omley_College_studen t_Marie__Sasha__Stea dman/ But I may be wrong, perhaps you are a close family friend of the geldofs and not a small minded bigot so if I'm mistaken please accept my apologies in advance.[/p][/quote]Apologies accepted.[/p][/quote]PS. Why do you have to bring colour into this? Are you trying to stir up trouble by any sorts?[/p][/quote]Not trying to stir up trouble, just trying to get my head around how one dead girl's death is classed differently in your eyes. How one story warrants some tasteless comments from you which had to be removed yet another receives your condolences. Strange don't you think when basically both stories report tragic deaths of young people who both have distraught families and friends to consider and deserve a little respect during what can only be a time of unimaginable grief and sadness. . I'll bet Sir Bob would really appreciate the support of someone who has a bit of form for making unsavoury comments on a local news site. Do you see the irony SLB or is that a little over your head? Time for some major thumb down now SLB from your 'supporters' for doing nothing more than pointing out a fact. Perhaps this time some people might like to make a comment to accompany their dislikes.[/p][/quote]Firstly, the first girls story was drug and suicide related. I don't agree with it no more than I agree with the way in which peaches' mother died. Secondly, the death of peaches has not yet been established, but drugs and suicide note has been ruled out, is that not true? As I said before she was spoilt and privileged, but she made an effort to turn her life around on account of her children. You can't knock her for that! Or maybe one or two of you can. As for the thumbs down, I really couldn't care less. You can't be right with everyone all the time. I wonder though ifcertain persons are manipulating votes as the inaccurately accuse me of doing? Not that I'm bothered, as gypo says "wear your negative votes with pride" I do.... With thumbs up and down.[/p][/quote]Still doesn't answer why one story received comments from you which were deemed so out of order they had to be removed and the other finds you offering sympathy to a family. Both tragic wastes of young lives in my opinion yet for some reason one is classed differently than the other in your view. This is what I just cant understand, why you went out of you way to upset one grieving family on this site yet quick to give some kind words to another family. You know neither family I presume so why the difference in your feelings? JoeBlobbs
  • Score: 45

12:09pm Fri 11 Apr 14

JoeBlobbs says...

sarfflondonbird wrote:
sarfflondonbird wrote:
JoeBlobbs wrote:
sarfflondonbird wrote:
the wall wrote:
concerned.erith wrote:
the wall wrote:
Carparkattendant wrote:
Spoilt child of a spoilt child drug taking mother. Had everything handed to her on a plate and too much too young. Never had to work for it so has probably committed suicide owing to a lack purpose and challenge in her life. How many of the starving in Africa that her father hypocritically made his money out of commit suicide. Being a prolific tweeter points to she had nothing to do in her life. They get no sympathy from me!
There's a lot of truth in your comment.
Didn't your mothers ever teach you "if you haven't got anytihing good to say about someone then don't say anything at all"?

Your comments disgust me. Just remember karma's a ****!
No, because my mother didn't come out of a Disney film.

Yeah it's sad that 2 young boys are now motherless. But I don't buy into this celebrity mourning. The RIP stuff for a minor celeb baffles me.

All these sycophants and fawning people make me sick.Yes it's a tragedy and a family is in mourning. It happens to us all in one form or another so nothing special, just because they happen to be a bunch of D list celebs.
Let them get on with it instead of all this faux sympathy and concern. Oh how the the Wail and those celebs mags are going to milk this one. The very mags that pushed to fame in the first place. There is a strange irony in the amount of news this event will generate in relation to the coverage given to the thousands of African children still dying each week through disease, malnutrition and war.

I have tried to imagine how this can happen to someone who has 2 kids and a loving marriage and no money worries.
You seem to forget that a member of that'bunch of D list celebs' as you refer to them, did an awful lot of humanitarian work for starving kids in Africa not so long ago, remember Live Aid? Like all the celebs, I don't think he dug deep into his own pockets when shouting "give us yet F'ING money NOW", but he organised quite a bit in order to spend our money on kids in Africa. Seems you have selective memory.
Then again, he and his family are only a'bunch of D Listers"
Now am really confused here SLB, so you have respect for someone who was given a title for trying to better the lives of African kids yet when someone closer to home is given the title of baroness for campaigning towards equality and justice all you ever do is post something nasty.

Your double standards and contradictions are becoming as bizarre as a White Rabbit offering although at least WR's views are harmless and generally inoffensive and don't require removal from the site .
Merely pointing out that the Wall who classes the geldofs as non entity celebs and bemoan the plight of starving kids in Africa being more news worthy has neglected to include Sir Bobs work in aiding food, health and living standards where possible to these very people.
Oh, and I forgot to point out that he is from one type of background helping under privileged from aother background, whereas, the baroness is only serving to help her own kind. And the eqality is where.....?
Just thought to add that in as a fact of life. Feel free to thumbs down. I will say no more.
"helping her own kind" do you actually think before you write this right wing rubbish?

Do you not understand there is a section of our society who are suffering and need someone to speak out for them just like the starving Africans did in the 80's. Do you not see that if someone doesn't try and help them have a future then the whole country suffers in various ways. And guess what they are UK residents just like you so before you play your 'equality' card have moment, put your brain in gear and think about what things might be like if the UK was actually equal for all its leally residing inhabitants. You and the other clan members would be even more upset.
[quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JoeBlobbs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]concerned.erith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Carparkattendant[/bold] wrote: Spoilt child of a spoilt child drug taking mother. Had everything handed to her on a plate and too much too young. Never had to work for it so has probably committed suicide owing to a lack purpose and challenge in her life. How many of the starving in Africa that her father hypocritically made his money out of commit suicide. Being a prolific tweeter points to she had nothing to do in her life. They get no sympathy from me![/p][/quote]There's a lot of truth in your comment.[/p][/quote]Didn't your mothers ever teach you "if you haven't got anytihing good to say about someone then don't say anything at all"? Your comments disgust me. Just remember karma's a ****![/p][/quote]No, because my mother didn't come out of a Disney film. Yeah it's sad that 2 young boys are now motherless. But I don't buy into this celebrity mourning. The RIP stuff for a minor celeb baffles me. All these sycophants and fawning people make me sick.Yes it's a tragedy and a family is in mourning. It happens to us all in one form or another so nothing special, just because they happen to be a bunch of D list celebs. Let them get on with it instead of all this faux sympathy and concern. Oh how the the Wail and those celebs mags are going to milk this one. The very mags that pushed to fame in the first place. There is a strange irony in the amount of news this event will generate in relation to the coverage given to the thousands of African children still dying each week through disease, malnutrition and war. I have tried to imagine how this can happen to someone who has 2 kids and a loving marriage and no money worries.[/p][/quote]You seem to forget that a member of that'bunch of D list celebs' as you refer to them, did an awful lot of humanitarian work for starving kids in Africa not so long ago, remember Live Aid? Like all the celebs, I don't think he dug deep into his own pockets when shouting "give us yet F'ING money NOW", but he organised quite a bit in order to spend our money on kids in Africa. Seems you have selective memory. Then again, he and his family are only a'bunch of D Listers"[/p][/quote]Now am really confused here SLB, so you have respect for someone who was given a title for trying to better the lives of African kids yet when someone closer to home is given the title of baroness for campaigning towards equality and justice all you ever do is post something nasty. Your double standards and contradictions are becoming as bizarre as a White Rabbit offering although at least WR's views are harmless and generally inoffensive and don't require removal from the site .[/p][/quote]Merely pointing out that the Wall who classes the geldofs as non entity celebs and bemoan the plight of starving kids in Africa being more news worthy has neglected to include Sir Bobs work in aiding food, health and living standards where possible to these very people.[/p][/quote]Oh, and I forgot to point out that he is from one type of background helping under privileged from aother background, whereas, the baroness is only serving to help her own kind. And the eqality is where.....? Just thought to add that in as a fact of life. Feel free to thumbs down. I will say no more.[/p][/quote]"helping her own kind" do you actually think before you write this right wing rubbish? Do you not understand there is a section of our society who are suffering and need someone to speak out for them just like the starving Africans did in the 80's. Do you not see that if someone doesn't try and help them have a future then the whole country suffers in various ways. And guess what they are UK residents just like you so before you play your 'equality' card have moment, put your brain in gear and think about what things might be like if the UK was actually equal for all its leally residing inhabitants. You and the other clan members would be even more upset. JoeBlobbs
  • Score: 30

12:14pm Fri 11 Apr 14

JoeBlobbs says...

'legally residing' before the typo police arrest me
'legally residing' before the typo police arrest me JoeBlobbs
  • Score: 45

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