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Is his 15 mins up yet? - Move on

A child will never know a private thought - Horse Shit - It is the parents job to teach them how to do that - This chode spent too many long fishing weekend with Uncle Bad Touch

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Is his 15 mins up yet? - Move on

A child will never know a private thought - Horse Shit - It is the parents job to teach them how to do that - This chode spent too many long fishing weekend with Uncle Bad Touch
^^^^^ and theres another government spying supporter


What makes you disagree with his statement lets look back in the day when hard work was done fast forward today and this pampered twisted nut case kids cant get off their fucking asses now a day and get a job. SO yeah his statement holds water in my book

go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .
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Saying "A Child Today Will Never Have a Private Thought" is fucking idiotic and all he is doing is hyping himself to support his own decision to blow a whistle - A Kid can stop, think "I wonder what is for Dinner?" within his own head and have a "private thought", no? I am sure the same kid can have many more - It is when the kids puts every thought on the internet that he gives up privacy but hey, the same can be said for if he grafitti'ed a wall with is thought too

And how does this make me "Another Gov't Spying Supporter"? By saying he is an idiot for his statement? - Ease Up Cowboy

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Saying "A Child Today Will Never Have a Private Thought" is fucking idiotic and all he is doing is hyping himself to support his own decision to blow a whistle - A Kid can stop, think "I wonder what is for Dinner?" within his own head and have a "private thought", no? I am sure the same kid can have many more - It is when the kids puts every thought on the internet that he gives up privacy but hey, the same can be said for if he grafitti'ed a wall with is thought too

And how does this make me "Another Gov't Spying Supporter"? By saying he is an idiot for his statement? - Ease Up Cowboy
everything now a days is on the internet with these kids so nothing is really private with them. they post every thought they have every place they are.

So nope cowgirl i wont ease up

go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .

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Interesting bit of Trivia:

'Ease Up Cowboy" was the name of Vcook's short-lived Morrissey tribute band.

If you ask me, they might have gone a further if they focused a bit more on the music rather than the costumes.

That said, the hair was spot on at the time.

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Interesting bit of Trivia:

'Ease Up Cowboy" was the name of Vcook's short-lived Morrissey tribute band.

If you ask me, they might have gone a further if they focused a bit more on the music rather than the costumes.

That said, the hair was spot on at the time.
I still have a VHS for their last show in the basement of the Pizza Hut in Elmhurst

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I still have a VHS for their last show in the basement of the Pizza Hut in Elmhurst
Ah! Common mistake. Once they moved up to the bigger venues like the PH Basement, they had already changed the name of the band. If I recall correctly, it was known as the "Corporate Fishsticks: The Urethra Experience" at that time.

That one didn't make much sense to me, and there were times (mostly when considering buying a souvenir tshirt with all those safety pins laid out in the shape of a middle finger) that I wished they stuck with Ease Up Cowboy.

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Funny thing about that show is I was so high on bath salts (I have always been decades ahead of pop culture) that I though we were going to the VFW Hall in West Dundee to see the George Michael Experience (name speaks for it self) Laser Light Show and took a wrong turn and wound up at The Hut - Changed my life forever that night......

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Heh...thank goodness the fates (and whatever headshop sold you the salts) conspired to keep you on the straight and narrow that night. Just think of how things might have turned out had you succumbed to the siren's song that is the Faith album. That sort of imprinting while under the influence could lead to all sorts of nefarious things.

One minute you're high as a kite and watching an amazing musical performance, the next moment you're growing a stubble beard and trying to convince employers that you need sunglasses on account of your retinal condition. ...and rhyming things.

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Heh...thank goodness the fates (and whatever headshop sold you the salts) conspired to keep you on the straight and narrow that night. Just think of how things might have turned out had you succumbed to the siren's song that is the Faith album. That sort of imprinting while under the influence could lead to all sorts of nefarious things.

One minute you're high as a kite and watching an amazing musical performance, the next moment you're growing a stubble beard and trying to convince employers that you need sunglasses on account of your retinal condition. ...and rhyming things.

Awful!
George changed me in other ways - At one point in time, I truly inspired to be a NYC Cab Driver with a permanent 5 o'clock shadow and constant wear of Ray Ban Aviators while madly in love with a coked up model whore all while rocking a popped collar leather jacket - I had bits and pieces of the puzzle in place but they never took on the harmonious feel that Jorhay laid out on the regular - When he was on, he was on

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...and what he could do with a pair of jeans!

By which I mean he could wear them and marketers could get filthy rich because men wanted to be like him, and women wanted to be with him.

Whatever happened to him anyway? I lost track of him in the early 90's as my musical tastes had shifted to Ladysmith Black Mambazo.

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Interesting bit of Trivia:

'Ease Up Cowboy" was the name of Vcook's short-lived Morrissey tribute band.

If you ask me, they might have gone a further if they focused a bit more on the music rather than the costumes.

That said, the hair was spot on at the time.
I thought "Nuns and Moses" was Vcooks Tribute band to GnR.

Look, I can appreciate this. I was young too, I felt just like you. Hated authority, hated all my bosses, thought they were full of shit. Look, it's like they say, if you're not a rebel by the age of 20, you got no heart, but if you haven't turned establishment by 30, you've got no brains. Because there are no story-book romances, no fairy-tale endings. So before you run out and change the world, ask yourself, "What do you really want?"
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I thought "Nuns and Moses" was Vcooks Tribute band to GnR.
That wasn't a tribute band, Dude. He actually released Chinese Democracy 10 years ahead of GnR. Sucked then too sadly.

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...Whatever happened to him anyway?
Last I heard he was a Roofer in S W Fla and was often found in the company of Refrig Perry and Ray Finkle - There were also some ill faded speaks of him returning to "The Biz" but with more of a Zydeco flair.............and who could blame him - Everyone loves a good washboard solo

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Last I heard he was a Roofer in S W Fla and was often found in the company of Refrig Perry and Ray Finkle - There were also some ill faded speaks of him returning to "The Biz" but with more of a Zydeco flair.............and who could blame him - Everyone loves a good washboard solo
No doubt.

Funny aside, I tried to use a popular internet search engine to learn more about him. The first query that returned suggested that he was "Light in the Loafers".

Imagine that - a rockstar wearing loafers!

Good for him on keeping the weight off though. Nothing worse than a fat rock star (or roofer for that matter).

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Imagine that - a rockstar wearing loafers! .
You'd be surprised - Not pictured here but rumored that all were in Loafers - David, Iggy & Lou could rock the shit outta that slip on
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Bug - you are the Nicoli to my Robert Rath.

...proper demonstration of "Private Thought" and how Snowden is yet another pawn in our game. Sleep tight C2M!


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Bug - you are the Nicoli to my Robert Rath.
I am still waiting for Hal to open the Pod Bay Doors

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Didn't you bring your carbon rod??

No Sadly it broke when I made the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs

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