Tuesday, May 01, 2007

WHAT THE FUCK?!?!?!


GET OFF MY TV, W AND STEP AWAY FROM MY AMERICAN IDOL! HOW DARE YOU THANK ME FOR HELPING PEOPLE IN POVERTY?!? WHY DON'T YOU LIFT A PRETTY LITTLE MANICURED FINGER AND DO SOMETHING YOURSELF?!? HOW ABOUT FIRING SOME PEOPLE? HOW ABOUT COPPING TO YOUR FATAL LAPSES OF JUDGEMENT?!? HOW ABOUT STEPPING THE FUCK DOWN AND BITING MY SHINY METAL ASS?!?
DON'T THINK YOU WILL WIN ANY POINTS BACK FOR BEING ON THIS SHOW. I'M SURPRISED THE AUDIENCE DIDN'T BOO YOUR ASS. THEY WERE PROBABLY AS SHOCKED AS I WAS TO SEE YOUR OVER-REHEARSED BANTER/PANDERING MUG BESMIRCHING THE ATMOSPHERE OF IDOL AND TAINTING ALL THAT IT STANDS FOR! COME ON, THEY JUST GOT CREDIBILITY AND NOW YOU'VE SHIT ALL OVER IT!

Seacrest out.

18 comments:

  1. I'm sure they would've booed if all those secret servicemen with cattle prods weren't patrolling the audience.

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  2. Yeah, Beck-- they didn't show THAT when they panned the audience.

    the Prez wuz on Idle?? That's funni. Desperate times call for desperate measures, I'm guessing.

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  3. Just the fact that the American Idol people put him on the show would be enough for me to never watch again. That is, if I watched it. Which I don't.

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  4. Elizabeth: Yes I am.

    Beckeye: Exactly!

    BO: It was not funny. It was disgusting.

    Chris: I have a feeling that they dared not say no. I won't let himself ruin Idol for me. The Idol folks shed light on so much poverty, they forced him out on the issue, about which he's either done nothing or made worse. His appearance was a total suck up to the American people/popularity grab that I felt physically sick.

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  5. Well, George the First was the one who came up with "thousand points of light" as an excuse for the government to abdicate their role in serving the poor. George the Second probably sees this as more of the same. Why should the goverment actually do something about poverty if the people keep bailing each othrr out?

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  6. I don't mind if they don't do anything about poverty; we can certainly take care of each other. I just rather they not make it worse.

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  7. The Ill-resident Shrub was on Idol??? Dang, talk about a buzzkill.

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  8. He wanted to distract people from remembering where he was four years before-- having himself landed on an aircraft carrier, blathering "Mission Accomplished."

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  9. They got Credibility????????????

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  10. Don't you think they have credibility when folks like Bono, Annie Lennox, and Jeff Beck show up to pitch in?

    I think so.

    It's not *Tolkein* credibility, of course, but, you know, the bar is low for reality TV.

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  11. Interesting that the big moron would show up on a show that specializes in who to vote off.

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  12. "George W Bush..........you're going home. Let's watch your journey as American President..."


    "So you've had a bad day..."

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  13. It'd be their highest rated of all time. You're brilliant. You should run for Prez. You've got the first babies all ready to rock the house.

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  14. If she gets elected Pres. then what does that make me as her husband? The First Dude? The First Hubbie? Mrs. President's other half?

    What kind of title would I get? I would need a title so I could go out and do charity work for the poor and homeless, or read books to little school children to promote literacy, but I have to have a title, so that the secret service will know how to announce me as I come plodding in to all these state dinners in my Ozzy T-shirt and flip-flops.

    "Ladies and Gentlemen, Madame President's Old Man!" (Que the music to play "The Old Grey Mare", or barring that "Crazy Train", or perhaps the music to "The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly". I would want to make a good impression.

    Doc

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