As promised… The rant. We all know that Chris has been into drugs since he started his career, but back then, he only really did weed. Now he does LSD, K, shrooms, acid, MDMA, you name it. If you look closely at his career, all this drug use, all the depression, all this, all that, started after Warped. Notice how he hardly ever smiled after Warped? How his pill addiction started after Warped? I think Warped is the reason he’s like this today. It got to him. The pressure. The lack of sleep. The FANS. When he started Warped, he was super happy. Notice that when Warped finished, he wasn’t happy. He started taking pills, started taking new drugs, everybody noticed how he’d changed. If I’m totally honest, I’d say the Chris we know is gone. Flushed down the drain. Killed. Face it, he’s been gone for too fucking long. He was upset for about a year, and all of a sudden he was the happiest guy on earth. Uh-oh, doesn’t seem to add up. He’s happy because of the drugs, I hate to admit it. All he talks about nowadays is drugs, he’s influenced by them, which is why I know he probably wouldn’t stop taking them. The getaway, the relaxation, it’s the sort of stuff Chris loves, so to him, drugs are fucking great. I always say he knows his limits, but quite honestly, I don’t think he does. Even Kristin said he’s changed because of drugs, Nathan and Dustin left after Warped… Does this tell you something? They both HATED Chris after they left. It’s sad knowing that he’s probably like this because of a fucking tour. But I seriously do think it’s the cause of it. Warped is everything Chris hates, or hated. They use teens, adults for money. They market off all sorts of shit that the teens and adults will think ‘that’s cool I want it’ so they’ll buy it. They brainwash people into buying their stuff. That’s not Chris, he hates it. He said he feels like doing music has just turned into a job more than anything. The industry has fucked him up big time. Thank you Warped, you fucking piece of shit. He needs a break from music. It’d help him immensely to get back on track, or at least, try to get back on track.