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2012-12-07 09:28:31 AM
This Ke$ha person hasn't... whatever a creature like her does to multiply, right?

We can't allow her stupid to propagate.
 
2012-12-07 09:35:17 AM
Who the Fark is this biatch anyways??? The new skankbag Madonna???

/Who cares anyway.....I do not know this semen repository.....
 
2012-12-07 09:35:19 AM
KeSha always seemed like she was pretending to be Amy Winehouse just without the singing talent.
 
2012-12-07 09:36:41 AM

Summoner101: This Ke$ha person hasn't... whatever a creature like her does to multiply, right?

We can't allow her stupid to propagate.


Well, she's been multiplying and propagating std's, I'm sure.
 
2012-12-07 09:37:15 AM
I don't know what it is about Ke$ha... she's young, she's blonde, she's thin, she's slutty... by all counts she should be Grade A fap-fodder. But for some reason, I find her utterly and completely repulsive.
 
2012-12-07 09:39:57 AM
The only thing I know about this story is from The Soup the last two weeks. The teen mom keeps failing drug tests and has been to jail. The state is threatening to take her kid away and all she cares about is going to this concert. Very disheartening.
 
2012-12-07 09:41:29 AM
I'm not too informed about pop culture, so I never realized till just now that she really does spell her name with an "$" in it. I thought that was a media joke.

/lawn. off.
 
2012-12-07 09:41:29 AM

Summoner101: This Ke$ha person hasn't... whatever a creature like her does to multiply, right?

We can't allow her stupid to propagate.


You've never listened to her songs, have you?
 
2012-12-07 09:45:58 AM

Mentat: Summoner101: This Ke$ha person hasn't... whatever a creature like her does to multiply, right?

We can't allow her stupid to propagate.

You've never listened to her songs, have you?


Heard bits and pieces, nothing to inspire further investigation. Missing anything?
 
2012-12-07 09:47:42 AM

WhippingBoy: I don't know what it is about Ke$ha... she's young, she's blonde, she's thin,



www.spetteguless.it
 
2012-12-07 09:49:05 AM

Sybarite: WhippingBoy: I don't know what it is about Ke$ha... she's young, she's blonde, she's thin,


[www.spetteguless.it image 547x450]


OK, she's "American" thin.
 
2012-12-07 09:51:46 AM
I know that years ago we removed "talent" from the list of requirements to be famous, but when did we remove "attractive" and "interesting"?
 
2012-12-07 09:58:47 AM

Wellon Dowd: I know that years ago we removed "talent" from the list of requirements to be famous, but when did we remove "attractive" and "interesting"?


What year was that?
 
2012-12-07 09:59:53 AM

Gunny Highway: Wellon Dowd: I know that years ago we removed "talent" from the list of requirements to be famous, but when did we remove "attractive" and "interesting"?

What year was that?


What year did the first reality tv programing air?
 
2012-12-07 10:01:17 AM

WhippingBoy: Sybarite: WhippingBoy: I don't know what it is about Ke$ha... she's young, she's blonde, she's thin,


[www.spetteguless.it image 547x450]

OK, she's "American Texas" thin.

 
2012-12-07 10:02:09 AM
This teen mom also yells at her adult mom, even though she's the one taking care of teen mom's kid...I really hate that children watch this show.
 
2012-12-07 10:04:47 AM
I like her songs for workout stuff; high bpm, light enough on the lyrics and tracking that it doesn't piss me off, enough lyrics for me to follow (I'm a lyrics person, lyrics less music pisses me off and bad lyrics are as bad), and it's stupid pop without a semblance of much else.

And that's about all I want from pop music, is just light decent listening. I don't have any desire or intention to listen to it and only it for the next 50 years like people seem to do with classic rock etc.

She's not a supermodel though. Or even Mensa qualifying.
 
2012-12-07 10:06:37 AM

kroonermanblack: I like her songs for workout stuff; high bpm, light enough on the lyrics and tracking that it doesn't piss me off, enough lyrics for me to follow (I'm a lyrics person, lyrics less music pisses me off and bad lyrics are as bad), and it's stupid pop without a semblance of much else.

And that's about all I want from pop music, is just light decent listening. I don't have any desire or intention to listen to it and only it for the next 50 years like people seem to do with classic rock etc.

She's not a supermodel though. Or even Mensa qualifying.


If you love her so much why don't you marry her?
 
2012-12-07 10:11:58 AM

Gunny Highway: Wellon Dowd: I know that years ago we removed "talent" from the list of requirements to be famous, but when did we remove "attractive" and "interesting"?

What year was that?


1980, the birth of MTV.
 
2012-12-07 10:13:32 AM

Psycoholic_Slag: Gunny Highway: Wellon Dowd: I know that years ago we removed "talent" from the list of requirements to be famous, but when did we remove "attractive" and "interesting"?

What year was that?

1980, the birth of MTV.


Every famous person in the 60's and 70's had talent?
 
2012-12-07 10:14:06 AM
Farkers praise Alice Copper. Alice Copper praises Ke$ha. Ke$ha praises Jenelle Evans.
 
2012-12-07 10:23:31 AM

kroonermanblack: She's not a supermodel though. Or even Mensa qualifying.


Yeah, about that...

If this is to be believed:

"I was this weird paradox of a person [in high school]. I was in the marching band, and I played music in a really cool punk band with the hot seniors, and I'd write bratty pop songs," she says. But Ke$ha was also a certified genius, with an IQ over 140 and an SAT score of 1500. "I would drive to the local college and take classes on Cold War history, just for fun," she admits.

/probably a liar
//but who knows
 
2012-12-07 10:24:46 AM

Gunny Highway: Psycoholic_Slag: Gunny Highway: Wellon Dowd: I know that years ago we removed "talent" from the list of requirements to be famous, but when did we remove "attractive" and "interesting"?

What year was that?

1980, the birth of MTV.

Every famous person in the 60's and 70's had talent?




Prior to MTV looks took a backseat to talent in most cases. There were bands compiled of musicians and it was more about the music than the image. A group like Steeley Dan or Steve Miller Band were a bunch of ugly mofo's who made bank on talent alone. Hell, the only way you really knew what most of the artists looked like was based on what they put on their album cover.
After MTV it became style over substance. We now have entertainers instead musicians. The most popular acts right now don't even play live music at their concerts, all lip-sync and flash.
 
2012-12-07 10:29:47 AM
 
2012-12-07 10:42:08 AM

LewDux: Farkers praise Alice Copper. Alice Copper praises Ke$ha. Ke$ha praises Jenelle Evans.


and the last seal was broken...


/or something like that
 
2012-12-07 11:05:50 AM

Psycoholic_Slag: Gunny Highway: Psycoholic_Slag: Gunny Highway: Wellon Dowd: I know that years ago we removed "talent" from the list of requirements to be famous, but when did we remove "attractive" and "interesting"?

What year was that?

1980, the birth of MTV.

Every famous person in the 60's and 70's had talent?



Prior to MTV looks took a backseat to talent in most cases. There were bands compiled of musicians and it was more about the music than the image. A group like Steeley Dan or Steve Miller Band were a bunch of ugly mofo's who made bank on talent alone. Hell, the only way you really knew what most of the artists looked like was based on what they put on their album cover.
After MTV it became style over substance. We now have entertainers instead musicians. The most popular acts right now don't even play live music at their concerts, all lip-sync and flash.


The question is: what's the difference?

It's pop culture; by definition, it exists to be consumed by people who want to enjoy it. It doesn't force itself on anyone (unless you consider radio play 'force'). It doesn't replace art - that still exists for people who want to seek out art - it just replaces the previous pop culture.

Ke$ha has nothing to do with Bob Dylan, any more than Dylan had to do with Elvis; making music as art is entirely different from making music as commercial enterprise.

I'll grant you there are reasons to prefer people enjoy art rather than empty pop, but none of those arguments are in support of eliminating pop altogether. I love trips to fine art museums, but that's not going to stop me from enjoying my junk, too.
 
2012-12-07 11:35:22 AM
The people who pull out the fat beach picture of her need to watch her "Die Young" video (with the sound off if you have to). She's looking pretty toned right now. Plus she has a gold tooth which is fun I suppose.


/some songs are catchy
//shes still skanky
///dont really mind
 
2012-12-07 11:36:40 AM
t0.gstatic.com
 
2012-12-07 11:42:37 AM

Jumpin Jbot: kroonermanblack: She's not a supermodel though. Or even Mensa qualifying.

Yeah, about that...

If this is to be believed:

"I was this weird paradox of a person [in high school]. I was in the marching band, and I played music in a really cool punk band with the hot seniors, and I'd write bratty pop songs," she says. But Ke$ha was also a certified genius, with an IQ over 140 and an SAT score of 1500. "I would drive to the local college and take classes on Cold War history, just for fun," she admits.

/probably a liar
//but who knows


Well she's from Toronto so it's somewhat unlikely that she took the SAT.
 
2012-12-07 12:05:06 PM

Red_Fox: Jumpin Jbot: kroonermanblack: She's not a supermodel though. Or even Mensa qualifying.

Yeah, about that...

If this is to be believed:

"I was this weird paradox of a person [in high school]. I was in the marching band, and I played music in a really cool punk band with the hot seniors, and I'd write bratty pop songs," she says. But Ke$ha was also a certified genius, with an IQ over 140 and an SAT score of 1500. "I would drive to the local college and take classes on Cold War history, just for fun," she admits.

/probably a liar
//but who knows

Well she's from Toronto so it's somewhat unlikely that she took the SAT.


And there's no such thing as a "certified genius". At all.
 
2012-12-07 12:09:53 PM

The All-Powerful Atheismo: Red_Fox: Jumpin Jbot: kroonermanblack: She's not a supermodel though. Or even Mensa qualifying.

Yeah, about that...

If this is to be believed:

"I was this weird paradox of a person [in high school]. I was in the marching band, and I played music in a really cool punk band with the hot seniors, and I'd write bratty pop songs," she says. But Ke$ha was also a certified genius, with an IQ over 140 and an SAT score of 1500. "I would drive to the local college and take classes on Cold War history, just for fun," she admits.

/probably a liar
//but who knows

Well she's from Toronto so it's somewhat unlikely that she took the SAT.

And there's no such thing as a "certified genius". At all.


bobrich.files.wordpress.com

/Ahem
 
2012-12-07 12:38:10 PM

Red_Fox: Jumpin Jbot: kroonermanblack: She's not a supermodel though. Or even Mensa qualifying.

Yeah, about that...

If this is to be believed:

"I was this weird paradox of a person [in high school]. I was in the marching band, and I played music in a really cool punk band with the hot seniors, and I'd write bratty pop songs," she says. But Ke$ha was also a certified genius, with an IQ over 140 and an SAT score of 1500. "I would drive to the local college and take classes on Cold War history, just for fun," she admits.

/probably a liar
//but who knows

Well she's from Toronto so it's somewhat unlikely that she took the SAT.


Really? Are you REALLY sure about that one?
Kesha was born in Los Angeles, California on March 1, 1987. - from wiki
Ah, yes that other Ontario.
 
2012-12-07 12:52:30 PM

GlobalStrategic MapleSyrup Reserve: Red_Fox: Jumpin Jbot: kroonermanblack: She's not a supermodel though. Or even Mensa qualifying.

Yeah, about that...

If this is to be believed:

"I was this weird paradox of a person [in high school]. I was in the marching band, and I played music in a really cool punk band with the hot seniors, and I'd write bratty pop songs," she says. But Ke$ha was also a certified genius, with an IQ over 140 and an SAT score of 1500. "I would drive to the local college and take classes on Cold War history, just for fun," she admits.

/probably a liar
//but who knows

Well she's from Toronto so it's somewhat unlikely that she took the SAT.

Really? Are you REALLY sure about that one?
Kesha was born in Los Angeles, California on March 1, 1987. - from wiki
Ah, yes that other Ontario.


Place of birth =/= place where she received her schooling.
 
2012-12-07 01:17:18 PM

mattharvest: Psycoholic_Slag: Gunny Highway: Psycoholic_Slag: Gunny Highway: Wellon Dowd: I know that years ago we removed "talent" from the list of requirements to be famous, but when did we remove "attractive" and "interesting"?

What year was that?

1980, the birth of MTV.

Every famous person in the 60's and 70's had talent?



Prior to MTV looks took a backseat to talent in most cases. There were bands compiled of musicians and it was more about the music than the image. A group like Steeley Dan or Steve Miller Band were a bunch of ugly mofo's who made bank on talent alone. Hell, the only way you really knew what most of the artists looked like was based on what they put on their album cover.
After MTV it became style over substance. We now have entertainers instead musicians. The most popular acts right now don't even play live music at their concerts, all lip-sync and flash.

The question is: what's the difference?

It's pop culture; by definition, it exists to be consumed by people who want to enjoy it. It doesn't force itself on anyone (unless you consider radio play 'force'). It doesn't replace art - that still exists for people who want to seek out art - it just replaces the previous pop culture.

Ke$ha has nothing to do with Bob Dylan, any more than Dylan had to do with Elvis; making music as art is entirely different from making music as commercial enterprise.

I'll grant you there are reasons to prefer people enjoy art rather than empty pop, but none of those arguments are in support of eliminating pop altogether. I love trips to fine art museums, but that's not going to stop me from enjoying my junk, too.



Everything you say is correct. My point was video killed the radio star.
 
2012-12-07 01:24:51 PM

Gunny Highway: Psycoholic_Slag: Gunny Highway: Wellon Dowd: I know that years ago we removed "talent" from the list of requirements to be famous, but when did we remove "attractive" and "interesting"?

What year was that?

1980, the birth of MTV.

Every famous person in the 60's and 70's had talent?


No, but it was a lot harder to make money off of them, and so agents tended to stay away unless there was some other truly spectacular factor at work. Nowadays extracting money from the C-list is just as easy as from the A-list, and the ROI is even higher, so we get bombarded with it.
 
2012-12-07 01:46:42 PM

WhippingBoy: kroonermanblack: I like her songs for workout stuff; high bpm, light enough on the lyrics and tracking that it doesn't piss me off, enough lyrics for me to follow (I'm a lyrics person, lyrics less music pisses me off and bad lyrics are as bad), and it's stupid pop without a semblance of much else.

And that's about all I want from pop music, is just light decent listening. I don't have any desire or intention to listen to it and only it for the next 50 years like people seem to do with classic rock etc.

She's not a supermodel though. Or even Mensa qualifying.

If you love her so much why don't you marry her?


I saw the nudes :( they were not flattering.

And she's out of my range anyway. Self confidence is good, but a man has to admit when he simply couldn't keep up with the personality she has, because I'm a cave dwelling introvert who mostly passes for normal some days when no ones looking.
 
2012-12-07 01:47:57 PM

Psycoholic_Slag: mattharvest: Psycoholic_Slag: Gunny Highway: Psycoholic_Slag: Gunny Highway: Wellon Dowd: I know that years ago we removed "talent" from the list of requirements to be famous, but when did we remove "attractive" and "interesting"?

What year was that?

1980, the birth of MTV.

Every famous person in the 60's and 70's had talent?



Prior to MTV looks took a backseat to talent in most cases. There were bands compiled of musicians and it was more about the music than the image. A group like Steeley Dan or Steve Miller Band were a bunch of ugly mofo's who made bank on talent alone. Hell, the only way you really knew what most of the artists looked like was based on what they put on their album cover.
After MTV it became style over substance. We now have entertainers instead musicians. The most popular acts right now don't even play live music at their concerts, all lip-sync and flash.

The question is: what's the difference?

It's pop culture; by definition, it exists to be consumed by people who want to enjoy it. It doesn't force itself on anyone (unless you consider radio play 'force'). It doesn't replace art - that still exists for people who want to seek out art - it just replaces the previous pop culture.

Ke$ha has nothing to do with Bob Dylan, any more than Dylan had to do with Elvis; making music as art is entirely different from making music as commercial enterprise.

I'll grant you there are reasons to prefer people enjoy art rather than empty pop, but none of those arguments are in support of eliminating pop altogether. I love trips to fine art museums, but that's not going to stop me from enjoying my junk, too.


Everything you say is correct. My point was video killed the radio star.


Except the year. It was 1981.
 
2012-12-07 01:57:32 PM

The My Little Pony Killer: GlobalStrategic MapleSyrup Reserve: Red_Fox: Jumpin Jbot: kroonermanblack: She's not a supermodel though. Or even Mensa qualifying.

Yeah, about that...

If this is to be believed:

"I was this weird paradox of a person [in high school]. I was in the marching band, and I played music in a really cool punk band with the hot seniors, and I'd write bratty pop songs," she says. But Ke$ha was also a certified genius, with an IQ over 140 and an SAT score of 1500. "I would drive to the local college and take classes on Cold War history, just for fun," she admits.

/probably a liar
//but who knows

Well she's from Toronto so it's somewhat unlikely that she took the SAT.

Really? Are you REALLY sure about that one?
Kesha was born in Los Angeles, California on March 1, 1987. - from wiki
Ah, yes that other Ontario.

Place of birth =/= place where she received her schooling.


Sooooooo... Tennessee?

I could take a quick look down the road but I'm pretty sure that's still not in Toronto.
 
2012-12-07 02:33:10 PM

LewDux: Farkers praise Alice Copper. Alice Copper praises Ke$ha. Ke$ha praises Jenelle Evans.


I like Alice Cooper's old stuff, but after he cleaned up his act, became born-again, started playing golf, and supported Bush, I kinda lost interest.

www.gorillagolfblog.com

He did bang Raquel Welch, so I guess he gets some points for that.
 
2012-12-07 04:39:43 PM

MagSeven: Psycoholic_Slag: mattharvest: Psycoholic_Slag: Gunny Highway: Psycoholic_Slag: Gunny Highway: Wellon Dowd: I know that years ago we removed "talent" from the list of requirements to be famous, but when did we remove "attractive" and "interesting"?

What year was that?

1980, the birth of MTV.

Every famous person in the 60's and 70's had talent?



Prior to MTV looks took a backseat to talent in most cases. There were bands compiled of musicians and it was more about the music than the image. A group like Steeley Dan or Steve Miller Band were a bunch of ugly mofo's who made bank on talent alone. Hell, the only way you really knew what most of the artists looked like was based on what they put on their album cover.
After MTV it became style over substance. We now have entertainers instead musicians. The most popular acts right now don't even play live music at their concerts, all lip-sync and flash.

The question is: what's the difference?

It's pop culture; by definition, it exists to be consumed by people who want to enjoy it. It doesn't force itself on anyone (unless you consider radio play 'force'). It doesn't replace art - that still exists for people who want to seek out art - it just replaces the previous pop culture.

Ke$ha has nothing to do with Bob Dylan, any more than Dylan had to do with Elvis; making music as art is entirely different from making music as commercial enterprise.

I'll grant you there are reasons to prefer people enjoy art rather than empty pop, but none of those arguments are in support of eliminating pop altogether. I love trips to fine art museums, but that's not going to stop me from enjoying my junk, too.


Everything you say is correct. My point was video killed the radio star.

Except the year. It was 1981.



*hangs head in shame*

/stoopid drug induced haze of the '80s
 
2012-12-07 06:51:07 PM

airsupport: Relevant.


Damn. Except for the anchor being funny and clever, that seemed very real. Again, damn.
 
2012-12-07 06:55:12 PM

VitruvianMonkey: The All-Powerful Atheismo: Red_Fox: Jumpin Jbot: kroonermanblack: She's not a supermodel though. Or even Mensa qualifying.

Yeah, about that...

If this is to be believed:

"I was this weird paradox of a person [in high school]. I was in the marching band, and I played music in a really cool punk band with the hot seniors, and I'd write bratty pop songs," she says. But Ke$ha was also a certified genius, with an IQ over 140 and an SAT score of 1500. "I would drive to the local college and take classes on Cold War history, just for fun," she admits.

/probably a liar
//but who knows

Well she's from Toronto so it's somewhat unlikely that she took the SAT.

And there's no such thing as a "certified genius". At all.



/Ahem


bravo sir, bravo
 
2012-12-08 07:38:57 PM
FTFA: Asked about the incident, Ke$ha emailed to The Huffington Post: "She is the reason I do what I do. Go grrrl don't let the man hold you down! We R Who We R!"

It's nice to see that vapid, illiterate, talentless cum-dumpsters stick together.

Everything you need to know about Ke$ha
 
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