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(Diffuser)   Coachella is so desperate for a Smiths reunion they're offering to make the whole festival a vegetarian paradise because meat, you see, is murder as far as Morrissey is concerned   (diffuser.fm) divider line 53
    More: Sad, Coachella, Morrissey, Johnny Marr, festivals, reunion, bass players  
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2012-09-28 09:24:30 PM
I have no idea what you're talking about so here's a picture of Mozzer with a cat on his head.

www.chicagoreader.com
 
2012-09-28 09:34:48 PM
It's death for no reason, and death for no reason is murder.

Man, that was some delicious sesame chicken I just ate.
 
2012-09-28 10:07:12 PM

poonesfarm: It's death for no reason, and death for no reason is murder.

Man, that was some delicious sesame

chicken MURDER I just ate.

FTFY.

;)
 
2012-09-28 10:30:02 PM
You don't win friends with salad
 
2012-09-28 10:31:56 PM

Great Janitor: You don't win friends with salad


QFT.
 
2012-09-28 10:34:33 PM
They're not serving meat just to kowtow to some lame 80s act fronted by a total douche? No way I'd go to Coachella next year if they do that.
 
2012-09-28 10:35:06 PM
Murder most fowl, the story of KFC
 
2012-09-28 10:35:15 PM
CSB:

A few years ago I was visiting a local winter sports store and thought I would check out some snowboarding boots. The young kid helping me out notices my shirt which was a bit faded and asks:

Kid: "Hey is that Vanilla Ice?"

Me: "No. It's Morrisey"

Kid: "Who's that?"

Me: "He's a musician, used to be the singer for The Smiths"

Kid "Who's The Smiths?"

Have to admit I was feeling pretty old at that point.
 
2012-09-28 10:36:35 PM

Paka Ono: Have to admit I was feeling pretty old at that point.


Well the hipsters know who they are...not sure if that makes you feel better or worse.
 
2012-09-28 10:37:30 PM
www.defunkd.com

Pic of said t-shirt
 
2012-09-28 10:37:34 PM
Fark Morrissey and fark the Smiths...whiny douche is a whiny douche

/tried to organize a meat-throwing flash-mob during his set at Coachella, but people are pussies.
 
2012-09-28 10:40:37 PM
They would be better off touring the Classic Rock circuit with Mr. Lee Roth
 
2012-09-28 10:40:56 PM
As far as Morrissey is concerned, nobody gives a flying fark. Has he found anyone willing to record his next CD yet? Yeah, I didn't think so.

I hate to break the news to you, but it isn't Coachella that is desperate. It is Morrissey. And unless he starts doing commercial promos as the new spokesman for Massengill, he can go to hell.
 
2012-09-28 10:42:28 PM

Paka Ono: [www.defunkd.com image 389x535]

Pic of said t-shirt

"Is that Vanilla Ice?"


Another fine product of American edjumacation ... could he not see "MORRISSEY" on the bottom??

/I have a "Morrissey Rides a Cockhorse" shirt from Denver's Warlock Pinchers ...
 
2012-09-28 10:43:30 PM
I went to see The Pretenders at House of Blues in Orlando a few years (10?) ago. Ms. Hynde went far, far out of her way between EVERY GODDAMN SONG to let us know she was a vegetarian and what effing assh*les carnivores were. We paid our money to hear you sing, Hon, not shout at us.

We ordered the baby back ribs in her honor.

//biatch didn't even sing Brass In Pocket...
 
2012-09-28 10:47:17 PM
Can't blame them since he's been in tupperware for years...

don3k.nocorvair.com

/Did I mention that I cry?
 
2012-09-28 10:50:20 PM

PsychoLaurie: Paka Ono: [www.defunkd.com image 389x535]

Pic of said t-shirt

"Is that Vanilla Ice?"

Another fine product of American edjumacation ... could he not see "MORRISSEY" on the bottom??

/I have a "Morrissey Rides a Cockhorse" shirt from Denver's Warlock Pinchers ...


I saw the Pinchers twice at Gilman in Berkeley and both shows were really good.
 
2012-09-28 10:56:43 PM
I've yet to hear a note he couldn't murder gleefully.

I'm kidding! He's a beautiful man and a truly gifted artist.
 
2012-09-28 10:58:39 PM
I have no interest in a Smiths reunion.


Now, getting Johnny Marr back together with Matt Johnson for Mind Bomb era The The reunion would be pretty awesome.
 
2012-09-28 11:03:12 PM

Devolving_Spud: I went to see The Pretenders at House of Blues in Orlando a few years (10?) ago. Ms. Hynde went far, far out of her way between EVERY GODDAMN SONG to let us know she was a vegetarian and what effing assh*les carnivores were. We paid our money to hear you sing, Hon, not shout at us.

We ordered the baby back ribs in her honor.

//biatch didn't even sing Brass In Pocket...


Just got back from dinner/drinking, the couple next to us at hibachi ordered vegetarian hibachi, all I could think of was "what's the point?" I guess they wanted to get the oily hibachi shiats without actual taste....

Meat is murder, tasty delicious murder.
 
B A
2012-09-28 11:21:07 PM
fark 'em, feed 'em fish heads!
 
2012-09-28 11:42:19 PM
Gods, Morrissey. I've despised him since the 80's. The dude is the musical equivalent of Taco Bell. You know how they have, like, five ingredients they make all their "food" out of? Morrissey knows about four minor notes, and uses them in different sequences to make "music".
 
2012-09-28 11:44:29 PM
The closer the reunion gets, the more we'll ignore it

/wasting my time
 
2012-09-29 12:02:59 AM

bukketmaster: The closer the reunion gets, the more we'll ignore it


God damn it, I was hoping to get to make a post referencing that song.

/heaven knows I'm miserable now
 
2012-09-29 12:03:11 AM
I love the Smiths but I wouldn't go to a Morrissey and Marr reunion tour.
The moment has passed.
 
2012-09-29 12:05:16 AM
There's still a "Coachella?"
 
2012-09-29 12:23:12 AM
When will these festivals learn, it doesn't pay to pander to Divas? They put on a crappy show, piss off attendees, and cost you too much money. Whether it's Morrisey or Kanye West or Danzig, if they insist on it being all about them, find someone else.
 
2012-09-29 12:31:10 AM
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2012-09-29 12:31:44 AM

Maynotlast: There's still a "Coachella?"


It's a shallow, hollow, pathetic shell of it's former existence, serving only as a vehicle for hipsters and fashion-whores...kind of like Morrissey.
 
2012-09-29 12:37:07 AM
Saw the Smiths back when they were touring to support The Queen is Dead. In those care free pre-internet days I had limited exposure to them outside of their actual albums, so I was blissfully unaware of what a farking twat moz was. It was a good show but that had more to do with Johnny Marr than morrissey.

Would love to see the Smiths with another vocalist, or some of Marr's other projects / collaborations, but I've got no interest in anything morrissey and his whiny, overly dramatic delivery are part of.

/In honor of this thread i'm going to eat some veal tomorrow.
//And every May I donate money to Ducks Unlimited (an organization that preserves wetlands for the purpose of hunting) in morrissey's name.
///Finally, if he pulls stunt like Coachella ("I can smell burning flesh and I hope to God it's human") I'm going to sponsor someone in the Newfoundland seal hunt in his name.

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makes me want this
www.saawinternational.org
 
2012-09-29 12:57:23 AM
The Cows/Chickens I eat have a better chance of escape than the Rosemary/Thyme I use to make them more delicious.
 
2012-09-29 12:59:47 AM

SubBass49: Maynotlast: There's still a "Coachella?"

It's a shallow, hollow, pathetic shell of it's former existence, serving only as a vehicle for hipsters and fashion-whores...kind of like Morrissey.


As the kidsters say on FARK: "This."
 
2012-09-29 01:14:59 AM

Maynotlast: SubBass49: Maynotlast: There's still a "Coachella?"

It's a shallow, hollow, pathetic shell of it's former existence, serving only as a vehicle for hipsters and fashion-whores...kind of like Morrissey.

As the kidsters say on FARK: "This."


The last one I went to was about 6-7 years ago when Tool "reunited" for their first show in 10 years. It was still awesome but I could feel the hot breath of ruination on the back of my neck and made a conscious decision not to go the next year. I am glad I did because I don't think I would have enjoyed it anymore.
 
2012-09-29 02:16:41 AM

titwrench: Maynotlast: SubBass49: Maynotlast: There's still a "Coachella?"

It's a shallow, hollow, pathetic shell of it's former existence, serving only as a vehicle for hipsters and fashion-whores...kind of like Morrissey.

As the kidsters say on FARK: "This."

The last one I went to was about 6-7 years ago when Tool "reunited" for their first show in 10 years. It was still awesome but I could feel the hot breath of ruination on the back of my neck and made a conscious decision not to go the next year. I am glad I did because I don't think I would have enjoyed it anymore.


I saw Tool in 2001. Your math is all crazy.
 
2012-09-29 02:46:35 AM
His music is still shiatty.
 
2012-09-29 05:27:21 AM
I used to like The Smiths. Then "Meat is Murder" came out.

Hearing that song made me want to tie Morrisey down and eat a huge greasy hamburger right in front of him, followed by a pound of bacon, accompanied by sounds of chickens being slaughtered in the background.

I felt better though, when some kids came into the record store where I worked to buy that same album, wearing their leather accessories and covered in more hair dye than you'd have thought possible. Although that might also have been me, now that I think about it. I always loved the anti-meat Smiths crowd wearing their Doc Martins all over the place, though.

Dude...you're wearing cows, you know that, right?
 
2012-09-29 06:51:34 AM
I would seriously consider paying for someone's ticket and travel just so they could lob chunks of flesh at the twat during the first song, causing him to storm off in a huff and cancel the gig.
The only downside is that I would be indirectly giving him my money to continue promoting his message of hate and intolerance.
 
2012-09-29 07:51:57 AM
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2012-09-29 08:13:14 AM
I used to love her. Then She Loves You came out. So I killed her with brick
 
2012-09-29 09:08:08 AM
John Lydon said it best: meat isn't murder, it's delicious.
 
2012-09-29 09:35:01 AM

devilskware: titwrench: Maynotlast: SubBass49: Maynotlast: There's still a "Coachella?"

It's a shallow, hollow, pathetic shell of it's former existence, serving only as a vehicle for hipsters and fashion-whores...kind of like Morrissey.

As the kidsters say on FARK: "This."

The last one I went to was about 6-7 years ago when Tool "reunited" for their first show in 10 years. It was still awesome but I could feel the hot breath of ruination on the back of my neck and made a conscious decision not to go the next year. I am glad I did because I don't think I would have enjoyed it anymore.

I saw Tool in 2001. Your math is all crazy.


Maybe it was 5 years. I could be wrong. I could swear they said 10 years.
 
2012-09-29 11:03:41 AM
I have seen vegans criticize Hindus for not being vegan. Hindus. Who have an entire religion integrated with compassion towards animals. For thousands of years.
 
2012-09-29 11:19:43 AM

PC LOAD LETTER: I have seen vegans criticize Hindus for not being vegan. Hindus. Who have an entire religion integrated with compassion towards animals. For thousands of years.


If there's a more sanctimonious religion than veganism I've yeat to come across it.
 
2012-09-29 12:41:18 PM

PsychoLaurie: Paka Ono: [www.defunkd.com image 389x535]

Pic of said t-shirt

"Is that Vanilla Ice?"

Another fine product of American edjumacation ... could he not see "MORRISSEY" on the bottom??

/I have a "Morrissey Rides a Cockhorse" shirt from Denver's Warlock Pinchers ...


In fairness, if you have no idea what a "Morrisey" is, you might think it's a brand name.
 
2012-09-29 12:43:51 PM

scalpod: I've yet to hear a note he couldn't murder gleefully.

I'm kidding! He's a beautiful man and a truly gifted artist.


Well then, aren't you just mister sarcastic!
 
2012-09-29 12:52:18 PM
Oh fark The Smiths. They lasted all of about 30 seconds in the 80's and the only ones who listened to them back then were the kids in high school who were just trying to be cooler than thou...sorta like today's hipsters. The only thing sadder than Morrissey is the that desperate hipster feverishly trying to come up with something, ANYthing to feed his self-serving douchey attitude by insisting that Morrissey is relevant.

Now, if you'll excuse me I'm off to listen to some David Byrne on my ipod. He's a total music genius and had a band back in the day but you've probably never heard of him.
 
2012-09-29 03:08:00 PM
radiovox: Oh fark The Smiths. They lasted all of about 30 seconds in the 80's and the only ones who listened to them back then were the kids in high school who were just trying to be cooler than thou...sorta like today's hipsters.

Ding! Wrong answer! Speaking for myself and my friends that were Smiths fans, we listened to them because they had Marr writing excellent jangly 60's-tinged music, a kick-ass rhythm section and Morrissey's lyrics, which spoke to us shy, lonely bookworms. Plus, in 1984, they were an oasis, a guitar band in a sea of Boy George, Wham!, Madonna and False Metal.

So what if Moz has become a bit like a deranged uncle who nobody wants to confront at family picnics, because what do you say to a grown man with a cat on his head?
 
2012-09-29 03:39:25 PM
The Cure was better.
 
2012-09-29 03:42:49 PM

Balchinian: As far as Morrissey is concerned, nobody gives a flying fark. Has he found anyone willing to record his next CD yet? Yeah, I didn't think so.

I hate to break the news to you, but it isn't Coachella that is desperate. It is Morrissey. And unless he starts doing commercial promos as the new spokesman for Massengill, he can go to hell.


Ok, so I'm not a huge Morrissey fan (I do love The Smiths) and he is a huge blowhard but do you actually know anything at all about anything? Morrissey is currently one of the richest living British musicians and his last album was his first album in 15 years to hit the American Hot 100 and was number 3 in the UK for three weeks and only recently left the charts (it was released in 2009 btw). Soooo yeah.
 
2012-09-29 03:43:07 PM

Henry Holland: radiovox: Oh fark The Smiths. They lasted all of about 30 seconds in the 80's and the only ones who listened to them back then were the kids in high school who were just trying to be cooler than thou...sorta like today's hipsters.

Ding! Wrong answer! Speaking for myself and my friends that were Smiths fans, we listened to them because they had Marr writing excellent jangly 60's-tinged music, a kick-ass rhythm section and Morrissey's lyrics, which spoke to us shy, lonely bookworms. Plus, in 1984, they were an oasis, a guitar band in a sea of Boy George, Wham!, Madonna and False Metal.

So what if Moz has become a bit like a deranged uncle who nobody wants to confront at family picnics, because what do you say to a grown man with a cat on his head?


Eh? They were more bland, popish-sounding stuff in a mass of it. It doesn't sound anything like the Byrds or something like that. There was a guy playing guitar in Culture Club, too. At least their front-man wasn't closeted, nor quite so aggressively self-righteous. If the punk rock of the period was too macho and stupid for you, and the product of a dying scene, all of which might be valid criticisms, there was Oingo Boingo, PIL, Big Black, the Replacements, Violent Femmes, Laurie Anderson, R.E.M., N.R.B.Q., all sorts of stuff that struck me as either more interesting or at least less horrible to listen to.
 
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