Aug
30
2015

So I take it that people are surprised that the VMA was a train wreck?

I mean, for the love of God: it has celebrities there. How many of those people have functional life skills outside of the ability to carry a tune or play a musical instrument? And by ‘functional life skills’ I mean ‘iron clothes,’ ‘balance a checkbook,’ or ‘walk past a bar without drinking it*.’  Don’t get me wrong: musical celebrities are often fun to hear. Just don’t listen to them.

Moe Lane

*Thank you, Mitchell Royce.

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5 Comments

  • acat says:

    .. the A&R men are supposed to make sure celebrities don’t get caught doing these things, in addition to listening for singles. **
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    Not *preventing* these things, mind .. sticking 3-7 creative types with limited social skills into the torturous, compressed lifestyle that is touring an album is *gonna* get some hotel rooms trashed *** and leave lots of hotel detectives **** and confused little girls ***** in the wake while money ****** is being made.
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    Mew
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    ** Tom Petty – “Into the Great Wide Open”
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    *** Joe Walsh – “Life’s Been Good”
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    **** Grand Funk Railroad – “American Band”
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    ***** Lynyrd Skynyrd – “What’s Your Name?”
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    ****** Pink Floyd – “Have a Cigar”

  • Mikey NTH says:

    And many of them cannot carry a tune or play a musical instrument either.

  • qixlqatl says:

    WTF is a VMA and why should I care? Seriously. (Actually, no, don’t tell me. It’s some pop-culture B.S. that no one with two functional brain cells to rub together actually cares about, anyway…)

    • qixlqatl says:

      Only the word “don’t” was supposed to be bolded…. :/ Need that ‘edit’ feature

    • Mikey NTH says:

      It’s the video music awards, a show where the pop music industry is given a spotlight and a clear stage. It is a trainwreck that can be seen from the ISS with the unaided eye.
      Me, I went to Disney and watched “Tangled” instead.

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