Nico Izzi FB rant with girlfriend

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6/28/2018 4:33 AM

jleews6 wrote:

What i cant understand is how does a girl like her that has kids expect to have any kind of future for her and her kids with a junkie ? I just dont get it.

She just got Busted in April with County Possession of THC under 25 grams Forf. U Guilty Due to No Contest Plea so she is no Prize either !!!!

Dane County Case Number 2018FO000791 Dane County vs. Alexa Mackenzie Schutz

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6/28/2018 4:56 AM

Once again. Why does anyone care what this crackhead does?

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6/28/2018 5:00 AM

RonJon wrote:

Once again. Why does anyone care what this crackhead does?

Today's entertainment was yesterday's tragity

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6/28/2018 5:39 AM

526 wrote:

She just got Busted in April with County Possession of THC under 25 grams Forf. U Guilty Due to No Contest Plea so she is no Prize either !!!!

Dane County Case Number 2018FO000791 Dane County vs. Alexa Mackenzie Schutz

Isn’t that cannabis? Or a by product of it? If that’s all she is guilty of I don’t think we need to be worried she slipped back to dark ways

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6/28/2018 7:44 AM

UpTiTe wrote:

Most will disagree with me, but I feel sorry for the guy. It's not like he woke up one morning and said hey I think I will get addicted to painkillers today and turn it into a heroin addiction.

The poor kid was forced into riding when he wasn't ready and was fed pain pills to get them back on the bike, there's plenty of blame to go around in this kid's case. Not every manager is the hero everybody makes them out to be.

In all 5 pages you're the biggest fool in here. As long as there's attitudes like yours, junkies will always have a shoulder to cry on and they'll keep ruining lives and OD'ing.

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6/28/2018 7:53 AM

No idea why this post wasn't dumbgeoned 5 pages ago.

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6/28/2018 8:02 AM

500guy wrote:

No idea why this post wasn't dumbgeoned 5 pages ago.

GuyB even commented a few pages back, surprised its still up.

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6/28/2018 8:08 AM
Edited Date/Time: 6/28/2018 8:10 AM

500guy wrote:

No idea why this post wasn't dumbgeoned 5 pages ago.

RoflCopter726 wrote:

GuyB even commented a few pages back, surprised its still up.

It got scrubbed. Two of my replies are missing. Hes letting it burn itself out since Izzi isnt "industry" anymore. I agree its not really news tho and is too TMZ for moto section. Other than the post surgery opioid problem, (TRIGGER WARNING) which Izzi lost the excuse for a long time ago IMHO

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6/28/2018 8:13 AM

Brett_Clark wrote:

I have no sympathy for people that do heroine, Meth, coke etc. It's a choice to do it. I've seen so many people in our town od and get revived only to od a week later and die. We have to pay for kemo treatment for cancer yet addicts are not paying for Narcane to save their lives. It's a Complete joke. Victims of cancer or other terminal illnesses never had a say in rather they got sick or not. Addicts have a full say in their decision. I've lost family members who have over dosed and family members to cancer guess who's funeral I attended.?

byke wrote:

+1. It's 2018, everybody knows what meth and heroin do. It's been well beyond cliche for years.

smashingpumpkins167 wrote:

I've had more than a few people come into the ER because they smoked "bad meth."

As soon as they start talking about the bad meth I always stop then right there and remind them that all meth is bad meth. It's funny every time.

Haha! That's pretty good.

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6/28/2018 8:27 AM
Edited Date/Time: 6/28/2018 8:28 AM

500guy wrote:

No idea why this post wasn't dumbgeoned 5 pages ago.

RoflCopter726 wrote:

GuyB even commented a few pages back, surprised its still up.

Why is As the world turns still on every day ... There's yer sign. Even guyb likes a good soap opera.

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6/28/2018 8:28 AM

when do we stop posting about the guy? kind of a stain on the moto community.

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6/28/2018 8:33 AM

jleews6 wrote:

What i cant understand is how does a girl like her that has kids expect to have any kind of future for her and her kids with a junkie ? I just dont get it.

526 wrote:

She just got Busted in April with County Possession of THC under 25 grams Forf. U Guilty Due to No Contest Plea so she is no Prize either !!!!

Dane County Case Number 2018FO000791 Dane County vs. Alexa Mackenzie Schutz

Beeby wrote:

Isn’t that cannabis? Or a by product of it? If that’s all she is guilty of I don’t think we need to be worried she slipped back to dark ways

I was gonna say, who cares. And his avatar is chugging whiskey lol.

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6/28/2018 8:42 AM
Edited Date/Time: 6/28/2018 8:46 AM

UpTiTe wrote:

Most will disagree with me, but I feel sorry for the guy. It's not like he woke up one morning and said hey I think I will get addicted to painkillers today and turn it into a heroin addiction.

The poor kid was forced into riding when he wasn't ready and was fed pain pills to get them back on the bike, there's plenty of blame to go around in this kid's case. Not every manager is the hero everybody makes them out to be.

Trickamoto wrote:

In all 5 pages you're the biggest fool in here. As long as there's attitudes like yours, junkies will always have a shoulder to cry on and they'll keep ruining lives and OD'ing.

I'm the fool because I'm the only one in this whole thread that has any idea what happened? Lmao at you.

You don't know s*** about me so don't presume to think you do. One thing I can guarantee you, he doesn't have my shoulder to cry on. Just saying the circumstances that led up to his addiction are awfully shity, and and if the people on his team would have gave him the help that he asked for he wouldn't be in the mess that he is in.

Again, the kid didn't choose to be addicted to painkillers. He was an 18 year old kid that was told that if he didn't take care of it he was going to lose his big dollar Factory ride.

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6/28/2018 8:48 AM

If the people on his team would have given him the help he asked for? Kinda pushing the blame the wrong way there, isn't it? I'm sure he's asked for help a hundred times, but when he's not actually ready for the fight, asking for help really just means, "please do it for me using magic".

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6/28/2018 8:54 AM
Edited Date/Time: 6/28/2018 8:55 AM

UpTiTe wrote:

I'm the fool because I'm the only one in this whole thread that has any idea what happened? Lmao at you.

You don't know s*** about me so don't presume to think you do. One thing I can guarantee you, he doesn't have my shoulder to cry on. Just saying the circumstances that led up to his addiction are awfully shity, and and if the people on his team would have gave him the help that he asked for he wouldn't be in the mess that he is in.

Again, the kid didn't choose to be addicted to painkillers. He was an 18 year old kid that was told that if he didn't take care of it he was going to lose his big dollar Factory ride.

"....and and if the people on his team would have gave him the help that he asked for he wouldn't be in the mess that he is in." So its the "people on his team's fault"? F.T.B.

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6/28/2018 9:07 AM

So he asked for help and the "team people " just turned around and walked away? Those S.O.B.'s. Well its no wonder he's so messed up. I am sorry that I was so hard on him. Poor guy

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6/28/2018 9:07 AM

Trickamoto wrote:

In all 5 pages you're the biggest fool in here. As long as there's attitudes like yours, junkies will always have a shoulder to cry on and they'll keep ruining lives and OD'ing.

UpTiTe wrote:

I'm the fool because I'm the only one in this whole thread that has any idea what happened? Lmao at you.

You don't know s*** about me so don't presume to think you do. One thing I can guarantee you, he doesn't have my shoulder to cry on. Just saying the circumstances that led up to his addiction are awfully shity, and and if the people on his team would have gave him the help that he asked for he wouldn't be in the mess that he is in.

Again, the kid didn't choose to be addicted to painkillers. He was an 18 year old kid that was told that if he didn't take care of it he was going to lose his big dollar Factory ride.

Mr. CrossUp wrote:

"....and and if the people on his team would have gave him the help that he asked for he wouldn't be in the mess that he is in." So its the "people on his team's fault"? F.T.B.

Missed the point by a mile.

So many people in this thread are absolutely naive to the beginnings of addiction. I'll also say that a lot of you were coming down hard on a kid that is just one of several in this industry. Painkillers are a rapid problem in this sport, a little hidden secret nobody wants you to know about.

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6/28/2018 9:14 AM

All around sucks to hear..... What's the bigger problem in moto, pain killers or p.e.d's?

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why does Kermit's fingers always smell like pork?

6/28/2018 9:18 AM

UpTiTe wrote:

I'm the fool because I'm the only one in this whole thread that has any idea what happened? Lmao at you.

You don't know s*** about me so don't presume to think you do. One thing I can guarantee you, he doesn't have my shoulder to cry on. Just saying the circumstances that led up to his addiction are awfully shity, and and if the people on his team would have gave him the help that he asked for he wouldn't be in the mess that he is in.

Again, the kid didn't choose to be addicted to painkillers. He was an 18 year old kid that was told that if he didn't take care of it he was going to lose his big dollar Factory ride.

Mr. CrossUp wrote:

"....and and if the people on his team would have gave him the help that he asked for he wouldn't be in the mess that he is in." So its the "people on his team's fault"? F.T.B.

UpTiTe wrote:

Missed the point by a mile.

So many people in this thread are absolutely naive to the beginnings of addiction. I'll also say that a lot of you were coming down hard on a kid that is just one of several in this industry. Painkillers are a rapid problem in this sport, a little hidden secret nobody wants you to know about.

Idk maybe initially when his foot injury happened but he sames like he has had more than enough chances. thats over 10 years now. You’d think you would want to raise your lil girl not all pilled out. shame

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6/28/2018 9:21 AM

jleews6 wrote:

What i cant understand is how does a girl like her that has kids expect to have any kind of future for her and her kids with a junkie ? I just dont get it.


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"We don't rent pigs."

6/28/2018 9:22 AM

JOE_SPROCKETS#1 wrote:

All around sucks to hear..... What's the bigger problem in moto, pain killers or p.e.d's?

Peds arent putting ex factory riders in prison.

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6/28/2018 9:28 AM

Kyle_McNab wrote:

Idk maybe initially when his foot injury happened but he sames like he has had more than enough chances. thats over 10 years now. You’d think you would want to raise your lil girl not all pilled out. shame

Addiction is a mother, I watched the 15 year old kid, a kid who I helped learn how to ride a motorcycle 15 year old Prospect who started taking painkillers because of a neck injury. Nobody had any idea what was going on, just thought he was going through painkillers faster than what they had expected but the parents are naive.

Once they cut him off, he ran away from home, came back home broke into the house beat up his mother and took everything he can get his hands on, including her wedding ring. This was an extremely good kid who is nothing but a mama's boy all of his life.

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6/28/2018 9:31 AM

Hey Guy B or ML512 can we get this post moved, maybe not clicked but moved?

We need room for important quad stuff.

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6/28/2018 10:56 AM

Remember when Nico dated Weimer’s now wife and then she left him for Weimer and then left Weimer for Nico and then got a moustache tattoo and left Nico back for Weimer. He was in a better place then.

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6/28/2018 11:09 AM

UpTiTe wrote:

Missed the point by a mile.

So many people in this thread are absolutely naive to the beginnings of addiction. I'll also say that a lot of you were coming down hard on a kid that is just one of several in this industry. Painkillers are a rapid problem in this sport, a little hidden secret nobody wants you to know about.

Kyle_McNab wrote:

Idk maybe initially when his foot injury happened but he sames like he has had more than enough chances. thats over 10 years now. You’d think you would want to raise your lil girl not all pilled out. shame

UpTiTe wrote:

Addiction is a mother, I watched the 15 year old kid, a kid who I helped learn how to ride a motorcycle 15 year old Prospect who started taking painkillers because of a neck injury. Nobody had any idea what was going on, just thought he was going through painkillers faster than what they had expected but the parents are naive.

Once they cut him off, he ran away from home, came back home broke into the house beat up his mother and took everything he can get his hands on, including her wedding ring. This was an extremely good kid who is nothing but a mama's boy all of his life.

Sounds like he was too much of a mama's boy.

Here a nice little thing to think about. There is more people in this world whom have taken pain pills and not gotten addicted, then those that have. So prove its the pills or the Dr. that prescribes the pills fault and not the users. Is it a mental issue that some people are born with? Maybe, but then again there is a good amount of people whom have beaten addiction, even after years of abuse, so how can you explain that if its just a "disease".

Fact is its the user's choice. It sucks to hear and see, but for me its hard to feel sympathy for. I watched my bro get drugged out of his mind with Oxy when he hurt himself and was at the ER for a few weeks. Yet, he hasn't taken a pill since he got out of physical therapy (almost a year now). My father was also prescribed some heavy pain killers (cant remember exactly what they were) when he broke his back and a separate time when he completely destroyed his shoulder, yet never had an issue throwing the pills out after a few weeks. Personally, I havent taken anything stronger then some high strength Tylenol (no major injuries so far and hopefully never) so i cant completely say I know what its like, but again look around. There are tons of everyday people that have had extreme injuries at all different ages and been prescribed pain killers that never had issues with addiction. Btw, I do have family members that are/were drug addicts as well, so dont think that I feel this way simply because no one in my family has had an addiction.

I feel horrible for his kid and hope that he/she can learn from his mistakes and make better decisions.

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6/28/2018 11:35 AM

LMAO.

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6/28/2018 11:46 AM

jleews6 wrote:

What i cant understand is how does a girl like her that has kids expect to have any kind of future for her and her kids with a junkie ? I just dont get it.

526 wrote:

She just got Busted in April with County Possession of THC under 25 grams Forf. U Guilty Due to No Contest Plea so she is no Prize either !!!!

Dane County Case Number 2018FO000791 Dane County vs. Alexa Mackenzie Schutz

Beeby wrote:

Isn’t that cannabis? Or a by product of it? If that’s all she is guilty of I don’t think we need to be worried she slipped back to dark ways

Relapse is relapse...the weed is just more socially acceptable nowadays. She's an addiction switcher.

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6/28/2018 11:47 AM

Kyle_McNab wrote:

Idk maybe initially when his foot injury happened but he sames like he has had more than enough chances. thats over 10 years now. You’d think you would want to raise your lil girl not all pilled out. shame

UpTiTe wrote:

Addiction is a mother, I watched the 15 year old kid, a kid who I helped learn how to ride a motorcycle 15 year old Prospect who started taking painkillers because of a neck injury. Nobody had any idea what was going on, just thought he was going through painkillers faster than what they had expected but the parents are naive.

Once they cut him off, he ran away from home, came back home broke into the house beat up his mother and took everything he can get his hands on, including her wedding ring. This was an extremely good kid who is nothing but a mama's boy all of his life.

billyp330 wrote:

Sounds like he was too much of a mama's boy.

Here a nice little thing to think about. There is more people in this world whom have taken pain pills and not gotten addicted, then those that have. So prove its the pills or the Dr. that prescribes the pills fault and not the users. Is it a mental issue that some people are born with? Maybe, but then again there is a good amount of people whom have beaten addiction, even after years of abuse, so how can you explain that if its just a "disease".

Fact is its the user's choice. It sucks to hear and see, but for me its hard to feel sympathy for. I watched my bro get drugged out of his mind with Oxy when he hurt himself and was at the ER for a few weeks. Yet, he hasn't taken a pill since he got out of physical therapy (almost a year now). My father was also prescribed some heavy pain killers (cant remember exactly what they were) when he broke his back and a separate time when he completely destroyed his shoulder, yet never had an issue throwing the pills out after a few weeks. Personally, I havent taken anything stronger then some high strength Tylenol (no major injuries so far and hopefully never) so i cant completely say I know what its like, but again look around. There are tons of everyday people that have had extreme injuries at all different ages and been prescribed pain killers that never had issues with addiction. Btw, I do have family members that are/were drug addicts as well, so dont think that I feel this way simply because no one in my family has had an addiction.

I feel horrible for his kid and hope that he/she can learn from his mistakes and make better decisions.

Billy, I mean you absolutely no disrespect in saying this:

It is an incredibly ignorant thing to look at a huge world issue such as prescription drug addiction and simplify it down to "its the users choice". I understand that your life experiences have lead you to that perception of this issue. And I get where you're coming from.

But if it were really that simple, it wouldn't be such a prominent issue.

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6/28/2018 11:48 AM

jleews6 wrote:

What i cant understand is how does a girl like her that has kids expect to have any kind of future for her and her kids with a junkie ? I just dont get it.

526 wrote:

She just got Busted in April with County Possession of THC under 25 grams Forf. U Guilty Due to No Contest Plea so she is no Prize either !!!!

Dane County Case Number 2018FO000791 Dane County vs. Alexa Mackenzie Schutz

Beeby wrote:

Isn’t that cannabis? Or a by product of it? If that’s all she is guilty of I don’t think we need to be worried she slipped back to dark ways

She is recovery worker but using Illegal drugs? Let me teach you how race SX, I can't do it myself but I can teach you LOLOLOL

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6/28/2018 11:49 AM

UpTiTe wrote:

Addiction is a mother, I watched the 15 year old kid, a kid who I helped learn how to ride a motorcycle 15 year old Prospect who started taking painkillers because of a neck injury. Nobody had any idea what was going on, just thought he was going through painkillers faster than what they had expected but the parents are naive.

Once they cut him off, he ran away from home, came back home broke into the house beat up his mother and took everything he can get his hands on, including her wedding ring. This was an extremely good kid who is nothing but a mama's boy all of his life.

billyp330 wrote:

Sounds like he was too much of a mama's boy.

Here a nice little thing to think about. There is more people in this world whom have taken pain pills and not gotten addicted, then those that have. So prove its the pills or the Dr. that prescribes the pills fault and not the users. Is it a mental issue that some people are born with? Maybe, but then again there is a good amount of people whom have beaten addiction, even after years of abuse, so how can you explain that if its just a "disease".

Fact is its the user's choice. It sucks to hear and see, but for me its hard to feel sympathy for. I watched my bro get drugged out of his mind with Oxy when he hurt himself and was at the ER for a few weeks. Yet, he hasn't taken a pill since he got out of physical therapy (almost a year now). My father was also prescribed some heavy pain killers (cant remember exactly what they were) when he broke his back and a separate time when he completely destroyed his shoulder, yet never had an issue throwing the pills out after a few weeks. Personally, I havent taken anything stronger then some high strength Tylenol (no major injuries so far and hopefully never) so i cant completely say I know what its like, but again look around. There are tons of everyday people that have had extreme injuries at all different ages and been prescribed pain killers that never had issues with addiction. Btw, I do have family members that are/were drug addicts as well, so dont think that I feel this way simply because no one in my family has had an addiction.

I feel horrible for his kid and hope that he/she can learn from his mistakes and make better decisions.

Donovan759 wrote:

Billy, I mean you absolutely no disrespect in saying this:

It is an incredibly ignorant thing to look at a huge world issue such as prescription drug addiction and simplify it down to "its the users choice". I understand that your life experiences have lead you to that perception of this issue. And I get where you're coming from.

But if it were really that simple, it wouldn't be such a prominent issue.

"The simplest solutions are often the most overlooked" Pretty sure I'm not the first to say that.....

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2018 crf450r
2015 Ninja 1000