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Obviously the choice is Scott's and Scott's alone (I know from being around people with similar problems), but he needs to get away from any possible enablers. The Memorial section on this website is too full, and it just pains me to even think about the worst happening. Not only is Scott one of the best singers of the past 20 years, but more importantly he has children and that takes precedence over anything else. We all want to see Scott happy and conquer his darkness once and for all. ※『Scott Weiland』は人物名です。

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当然のことだが、選択権はスコットにあり、彼が自身で決断すべきことだ。 (彼の取り巻き連中も同様の問題を抱えているのを知っている) ただ彼に必要なのは、彼を甘やかしている連中から引き離すことだ。 このウェブサイトの嘆願コーナーは既に書き込みで満杯だ。 だから最悪のケースまでも考えなきゃならないことがどれ程辛いか。 スコットは過去20年間で最も優れたシンガーではあるけれど、 そんなことより重要なのは、何にも増して優先すべき子供がいるということだ。 我々は皆一様に願っている。 スコットが幸福な境涯を得るために、彼が自身の宿業に決着を付け、乗り越えることを。

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