We all stayed really close friends, but we never put out a Beat Junkies
In a statement on its Facebook page, the Northern Ireland Environment Agency, which runs Crawfordsburn County Park, said: "The proposed Endurance Junkie
events will not take place.
Likewise, on websites for addicts, numerous heroin users said they actually prefer the word junkie
, because the word "addict'' implies helplessness.
The single, “Jukebox Junkie
,” was a smashing hit and continued to receive airplay for the remainder of the decade.
He said: "Sick lines are handed in by junkies
on methadone on a six-month or even yearly basis.
The photographs, in this week's Closer magazine, show how heroin turned the fresh-faced schoolgirl into a haunted junkie
If the junkies
want to attack people for their money why don't they attack the dealers who have lots of money.
is a support group in the often-lonely world of the inventor and the solitary entrepreneur.
A 1983 British study of 51 opiate users likewise found that distaste for the junkie
lifestyle was an important deterrent to excessive use.
When a white junkie
stops being a junkie
, they can go back to being white," adds Nyrop.
Every day before my son goes to school I have to tell him to look out for junkie
pins because they could cost him his life.
As any media junkie
knows, Leibovitz and Sontag have refused to acknowledge their relationship in the past.
Coffee will never sufficiently wake you up, and nobody likes a jittery junkie
, Burroughs disguised names and omitted or changed facts in a terse, unrepentant record, in which the junkie
by the end has tried "junk and weed and coke" and is about to go to Colombia in search of yage, perhaps "the final fix.
He impersonates a tripping hippie, a street wino, a drunk salesman at a convention, a black junkie
and many other characters.