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(Yahoo)   Ozzy Ozbourne says he is, "mwa mwa mwa not getting divorce mwa mwa mwa sober for 44 days mwa mwa mwa trying to be a better person"   (news.yahoo.com) divider line 30
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2013-04-16 09:07:08 AM
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2013-04-16 10:07:19 AM
Tony shiats more talent in his morning craps than Ozzy ever has had his entire life
 
2013-04-16 10:14:22 AM
Done in one, really.

But even so, I remember back in the late 1990's in (of all things) Men's Health magazine, a short article about Ozzy and how he'd gotten sober and was really into bike riding for fitness.

/It was very un-metal.
//And obviously didn't last.
 
2013-04-16 10:32:02 AM

Cybernetic: Done in one, really.

But even so, I remember back in the late 1990's in (of all things) Men's Health magazine, a short article about Ozzy and how he'd gotten sober and was really into bike riding for fitness.

/It was very un-metal.
//And obviously didn't last.


Un-Metal and Un-health.
 
2013-04-16 10:48:10 AM
Dude is sixty-four years old and still alive.  All that booze must be acting as a preservative.
 
2013-04-16 10:51:22 AM

browneye: Dude is sixty-four years old and still alive.  All that booze must be acting as a preservative.


He's taking lessons from Keith Richards.
 
2013-04-16 10:57:47 AM
Dude, Satan takes lessons from Keef.
 
2013-04-16 11:11:23 AM

liam76: Cybernetic: Done in one, really.

But even so, I remember back in the late 1990's in (of all things) Men's Health magazine, a short article about Ozzy and how he'd gotten sober and was really into bike riding for fitness.

/It was very un-metal.
//And obviously didn't last.

Un-Metal and Un-health.


Un-metal un-health will drive you sane?
 
2013-04-16 11:19:30 AM

Cybernetic: He's taking lessons from Keith Richards.


Or giving them to him.
 
2013-04-16 11:22:29 AM
If he's been a mess for 18 months then maybe the new Sabbath will be good after all.
 
2013-04-16 11:29:12 AM
I believe Ozzy has been sober for 44 days.

Not in a row, though.
 
2013-04-16 11:32:30 AM

browneye: Dude is sixty-four years old and still alive.  All that booze must be acting as a preservative.


My step-grandma just died yesterday. She was 83 and an alcoholic. She drank rye and ginger every day, all day. It preserved her but not very well.
 
2013-04-16 11:36:08 AM
Remember when he had his genome mapped?  They found that he had some Neanderthal DNA and was genetically predisposed for addiction....AND genetically predisposed to resist its effects.

His mutant power is to be a metal god.
 
2013-04-16 11:49:38 AM

browneye: Dude is sixty-four years old and still alive.  All that booze must be acting as a preservative.


My dad is 78 and looks a whole lot better (drank way too much also)
 
2013-04-16 01:58:46 PM
Demon alcohol.  It'll get you!
 
2013-04-16 02:01:09 PM
And of course cancer had to take the one great singer Black Sabbath ever had. F*ck this. Just rehire Tony Martin again.
 
2013-04-16 02:03:36 PM

Nogrhi: liam76: Cybernetic: Done in one, really.

But even so, I remember back in the late 1990's in (of all things) Men's Health magazine, a short article about Ozzy and how he'd gotten sober and was really into bike riding for fitness.

/It was very un-metal.
//And obviously didn't last.

Un-Metal and Un-health.

Un-metal un-health will drive you sane?


Exactly.  A scream from 30 years ago just entered my brain involuntarily.
 
2013-04-16 02:30:56 PM

Cybernetic: browneye: Dude is sixty-four years old and still alive.  All that booze must be acting as a preservative.

He's taking lessons from Keith Richards.


+ one million.
i farky very, very few people...you...are farkied.
 
2013-04-16 02:35:51 PM

Valiente: Dude, Satan takes lessons from Keef.


also farkied.  i have irreverent awe for Keef.
 
2013-04-16 03:01:01 PM
Yeah whatever. "Sober" Ozzy is really the same thing, just substitute BigPharma approved "treatment meds" for good old alcohol and cocaine.
 
2013-04-16 03:09:20 PM
I saw him live at Merry Mayhem in.. 2001? I think?
So I can confirm that at least then, the headline was entirely accurate as to how he sounded. Not that I judged him a bit, he'd had a stroke or somesuch.
 
2013-04-16 03:53:08 PM
A well-known record producer once told me how when he worked with Ozzy, there were like 5 people in Ozzy's employ whose job it was to go to different pharmacies/dealers to get pills for him and they'd all bring them back to the studio.  This studio was apparently a large complex, and built with symmetry, such that all the parts looked about the same.  Ozzy would wander out, get lost in this place, and wander in on other artists' sessions, thinking he was coming back to his own.

Good ol' Ozzy!  Gotta love the poor ol' dude.
 
2013-04-16 03:58:20 PM

23FPB23: A well-known record producer once told me how when he worked with Ozzy, there were like 5 people in Ozzy's employ whose job it was to go to different pharmacies/dealers to get pills for him and they'd all bring them back to the studio.  This studio was apparently a large complex, and built with symmetry, such that all the parts looked about the same.  Ozzy would wander out, get lost in this place, and wander in on other artists' sessions, thinking he was coming back to his own.

Good ol' Ozzy!  Gotta love the poor ol' dude.


Kind of reminds me of Tracy Jordan.  "Which of the elevators am I not afraid of?"
 
2013-04-16 05:31:37 PM
Even without the drugs and alcohol, being a rock star is tough on the old bod. Till Lindemann from Rammstein is 14 years younger than Ozzie, but his knees are shot. Found out from video commentary that the "Till's Hammer" where he pounds his leg to the beat was invented when he had to pound his kneecap back into place so he could stand up again. Saw some recent concert footage of "Buch Dich" and he can't crouch low enough or long enough to fake-fark Flake anymore before he "comes" :(
 
2013-04-16 06:01:02 PM
If I had to trip over all those yippy-yappy dogs and step in their poo all the time, I'd move out too.
 
2013-04-16 07:19:42 PM

silvervial: Even without the drugs and alcohol, being a rock star is tough on the old bod. Till Lindemann from Rammstein is 14 years younger than Ozzie, but his knees are shot. Found out from video commentary that the "Till's Hammer" where he pounds his leg to the beat was invented when he had to pound his kneecap back into place so he could stand up again. Saw some recent concert footage of "Buch Dich" and he can't crouch low enough or long enough to fake-fark Flake anymore before he "comes" :(


And yet Bruce Dickinson, and the rest of Iron Maiden  for that matter, still run around like lunatics on stage. I'm 20 years younger and there's no way I could do what he does.
 
2013-04-16 07:58:18 PM

devilskware: silvervial: Even without the drugs and alcohol, being a rock star is tough on the old bod. Till Lindemann from Rammstein is 14 years younger than Ozzie, but his knees are shot. Found out from video commentary that the "Till's Hammer" where he pounds his leg to the beat was invented when he had to pound his kneecap back into place so he could stand up again. Saw some recent concert footage of "Buch Dich" and he can't crouch low enough or long enough to fake-fark Flake anymore before he "comes" :(

And yet Bruce Dickinson, and the rest of Iron Maiden  for that matter, still run around like lunatics on stage. I'm 20 years younger and there's no way I could do what he does.


Yup saw them last summer and was amazed at their energy, Bruce in particular.
 
2013-04-16 09:18:41 PM
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dUg will be 63 in September.

 
2013-04-16 09:46:45 PM

23FPB23: A well-known record producer once told me how when he worked with Ozzy, there were like 5 people in Ozzy's employ whose job it was to go to different pharmacies/dealers to get pills for him and they'd all bring them back to the studio.  This studio was apparently a large complex, and built with symmetry, such that all the parts looked about the same.  Ozzy would wander out, get lost in this place, and wander in on other artists' sessions, thinking he was coming back to his own.

Good ol' Ozzy!  Gotta love the poor ol' dude.


I don't believe it. Not that I doubt you. But it's pretty hard to imagine that many people passing up the chance to get a free Ozzy cameo on their record.

Cameo? Just get someone who vaguely acts and sounds like Sharon Osborne to shove big bags of coke up his nose and shout orders into what's left of his one good ear. He would probably crank out an entire box set and throw in a new broadway musical two boot by dinner.
 
2013-04-17 04:53:47 AM

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dUg will be 63 in September.


GOT DAMN..I didn't even realize he was that old!

/old too
 
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