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Monday, February 13, 2006

Wishing Marc Lamarre Well in his Personal Battle

Marc Lamarre, the weatherman at WSLS, has turned a personal corner in his life. We hope he gets the help he needs and can resolve the problem he is facing. We are not going to comment on Marc's situation. However, we will provide you with these two links that will provide you some information.

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At 4:29 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

as a personal friend of Marc's.. I would like to publicly thank you for not "beating him up" in this bad decision in his life. .All of us have made these decisionsat some point.. It is just a shame that his became so public and cost him his job. He is a great person and I am so sorry to see him move home to Maine.. God Speed Marc.. You will always be my pizza eating buddy.. Love, Linda

At 7:22 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I also thank everyone for their support of Marc. I agree with Linda, he is a great person. I wish he would remain in VA and become a meteorologist for another local channel. He will be greatly missed here!

At 12:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What kind of friend would say "it is a shame that his became so public and cost him his JOB". Do you think it is wise to say because of losing his job he may get the help he so desperately needs. As an African-American, I see our white-collar citizens all the time come into our neighborhoods to purchase these dangerous drugs. If they did not come to the neighborhood, then there would not be a demand for them. I would encourage everyone to run this demon out of their neighborhood, black or white, as it is destroying the fabric of our society.

At 1:10 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, it is a damn shame that stuff Marc only did in the privacy of his home... oh, waitaminute... he was pulled off the air because he was high as a kite, and the most innocent version is that he OD'd on Xanax.

Okay, let me start again. It's such a shame that even though Marc got himself clean and... oh, waitaminute... he was at this party looking for heroin months after having left rehab. Damn.

Well, in view of how repentant Marc has been about the... oh, nevermind. He was on TV claiming he had no idea what happened, and avoiding making any kind of admission that he had ever taken heroin.

Hmm... well you know, none of this matters. I mean we all make bad choices in life. All of us, not just weak-willed narcissists who only say they're sorry when they get caught, and sometimes not even then. I myself have done lots of... well, not drugs, but I did do something like that... it was... um... I think I ate a cake once that was... jeez, I can't think of anything. That can't be right... we ALL do shit like this, I'm just not thinking hard enough. Let's see... since we're all obliged as "mere humans" to totally fuck up our lives for some stupid-ass reason and then pretend it was just some freak accident that we almost died and it was nothing we're personally responsible for... so what was it that I did that lost me my job... no, wait, I'm still employed.

Wow, that's harder than I thought. Even though my life isn't the shambles that Marc's is right now, we're all one big group hug of a human race, so I must be just as flawed and selfish as this fucked-up individual, but I can't for the life of me put my finger on just what it is that I did to ruin my own life and flush my career down the toilet... because you know, we've all done it. I guess the fact that my life isn't ruined and I still have a career must be getting in the way of me realizing just how I've almost killed myself, because as everyone says "we've all done it", and they're 'everyone', so they must know what they're talking about. Oh drat, nothing comes to mind.

Well, sorry Marc, I tried. ;)


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