Thursday, March 29, 2007

God Has Blessed Sanjaya Malakar OR Sanjay Malakar's Wish Has Been Granted By A Malevolent Leprechaun

Let's weigh the evidence...
  1. He's famous, a household name
  2. He's found a winning gimmick (see photo above)
  3. He's working very hard to keep his shit together
  4. People hate him
  5. People love him
  6. People who hate American Idol love him
  7. He has become a posterboy for something, perhaps schadenfreude
  8. His singing talent has abandoned him
  9. It no longer makes him ill that he is still on the show
  10. He has embraced his freak status and is working it
  11. He may no longer have exclusive rights to his own soul (I think this is not specific to Sanjaya; it seems to happen to everyone who makes it to the finals)
  12. He will be tourning the country this summer as a pop star
  13. He will make tons of money
  14. He's a joke, but he's also laughing
  15. His popularity squeezed out Chris Sligh (This is God's blessing to us all)

Is it a result of prayer? Or is this the doing of a trickster leprechaun? What do you think?

Incidentally, He has caused over 100 different people to visit my blog daily, so I now LOVE him and have completely forgiven him for singing "Waiting on the World to Change."


  1. It's America's love of irony that has created his success.

  2. I don't know who this turd is, but he's clearly a poster child for the loss of embarassment.

  3. This is the work of a leprechaun. Those little guys have an evil sense of humor.

  4. This is the work of Chris Sligh's vengeful God! Excellent work God!

  5. I was trying to avoid all things AI until we'd had a chance to see this weeks episode. Haven't actually seen it yet, but have seen pictures of this freak with his hear and the other freak with the hair what got kicked off.

    And I added you to my bloggy list, welcome, I hope you enjoy your stay. Let me know if I can do anything to make you more comfortable.


  6. Yeah, I had about 600 hits on my blog...all searching for Sunjaya, even though I spell it incorrectly all the time. But I'm actually smart, because I spell it wrong in the text and spell it right in the tags, insuring that people will find me no matter how they spell his name. Even if they spell it C-R-E-E-P-Y, they'll still find him.