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(The Guardian Express)   Billy Joel marks 9 years since crashing into anything by joining NY politicians on 9/11 memorial motorcycle ride   (guardianlv.com) divider line 42
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2013-09-11 09:50:45 AM
Not today subby. Just please not today >_<
 
2013-09-11 09:54:49 AM
Has it been that long? It seems like just the other day he was crashing into trees constantly.
 
2013-09-11 09:56:55 AM
ONE WITH THE JOEL!!!
 
2013-09-11 09:59:25 AM
But that man a drink. Stat!
 
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2013-09-11 10:00:35 AM
4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-09-11 10:01:11 AM
Yet he continues to deny his role in that arson case.
 
2013-09-11 10:01:42 AM

cgraves67: Yet he continues to deny his role in that arson case.


It honestly took me a second to get that. It's too early :(
 
2013-09-11 10:03:06 AM

Elroydb: Not today subby. Just please not today >_<


Maybe you want to run that by Andrew Cuomo for turning 9/11 into a hackfest with himself and the Piano Man and (seriously) Paul Teutul from Orange County Choppers.

This is Cuomo's little fark-you to Bloomberg, who wouldn't let the politicians bloviate at 9/11 memorials.

assets.nydailynews.com

He looks real solemn today, doesn't he?

/now watch this drive, amirite?
 
2013-09-11 10:04:25 AM
Aw, nowadays you can't be too sentimental
 
2013-09-11 10:05:10 AM
Friiiiii-a-day I crashed my Audi
Saaaa-tur-day, the Maserati
 
2013-09-11 10:06:00 AM
Raise a toast in his honor.
 
2013-09-11 10:16:13 AM
Sept. 11 had more of an impact on me than most people (I wound up spending a year in Baghdad), but I really hate all the lugubrious sighing we're expected to do over it. It was one criminal, terrorist attack. Why we want to memorialize the success of our enemies, I'll never know. I also don't pay much attention to Pearl Harbor Day. V-J Day, though, should be a national holiday. Remember Dec. 18 2011!

o.onionstatic.com
 
2013-09-11 10:17:21 AM
Can't believe it's already been 12 years since 9/11. Doesn't even seem like a big deal anymore by how little I hear about it now.
 
2013-09-11 10:23:08 AM
In the rain?
 
2013-09-11 10:25:06 AM
I was just thinking to myself:  "Fireclown, the commute on 270 is just too farking easy.  What can we do to make it more of a challenge?".
 
2013-09-11 10:28:42 AM
Gotta make 9/11 about me personally. Vroom vroom!
 
2013-09-11 10:29:15 AM
Cool story, bro:
I worked at a newspaper in Bridgehampton on Long Island, near Billy "Hack" Joel's house. One day a green VW bug pulls up, and Billy comes into the building and asks the receptionist if he could use the bathroom. He heads upstairs and there for about 10 minutes. He leaves. Well, a few minutes later I had to whizz. I go the can. The stench Joel left behind was demonic in its unbearableness.
End cool story, bro
 
2013-09-11 10:34:59 AM

skinink: Can't believe it's already been 12 years since 9/11. Doesn't even seem like a big deal anymore by how little I hear about it now.


What more is there to say about it? Anyway, I hear "post-9/11 world" all the time from someone or another. I hate that farking phrase.
 
2013-09-11 10:36:53 AM

Gulper Eel: He looks real solemn today, doesn't he?

/now watch this drive, amirite?


At first glance, I thought that was Lou Reed.

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/the background is fitting
//the scooter is butt ugly
 
2013-09-11 10:38:10 AM
He should have taken his Cadillac-ack-ack-ack-ack-ack
 
2013-09-11 10:38:45 AM
Subby sounds like an angry young man
 
2013-09-11 10:53:25 AM
www.myhero.com

Not impressed
 
2013-09-11 10:56:55 AM
Subby is good with the stilletto  (schwing)
 
2013-09-11 11:21:52 AM

cgraves67: Yet he continues to deny his role in that arson case.


Even as he stokes it so thay it goes on and on.
 
2013-09-11 11:24:04 AM
It's been 24 years since We Didn't Start The Fire, I think it's time for a sequel.
 
2013-09-11 11:37:22 AM

drongozone: Cool story, bro:
I worked at a newspaper in Bridgehampton on Long Island, near Billy "Hack" Joel's house. One day a green VW bug pulls up, and Billy comes into the building and asks the receptionist if he could use the bathroom. He heads upstairs and there for about 10 minutes. He leaves. Well, a few minutes later I had to whizz. I go the can. The stench Joel left behind was demonic in its unbearableness.
End cool story, bro


And yet it was still more bearable than "Big Shot."
 
2013-09-11 11:43:01 AM

drongozone: Cool story, bro:
I worked at a newspaper in Bridgehampton on Long Island, near Billy "Hack" Joel's house. One day a green VW bug pulls up, and Billy comes into the building and asks the receptionist if he could use the bathroom. He heads upstairs and there for about 10 minutes. He leaves. Well, a few minutes later I had to whizz. I go the can. The stench Joel left behind was demonic in its unbearableness.
End cool story, bro


I so want this story to be true for some reason.
 
2013-09-11 11:51:23 AM
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See the douche on the "fiery" motorcycle in the firefighter's helmet with his two big flags? That's what "9/11 memorials" are all about. (And they call ME an attention whore.)

And please don't tell me "It's about mourning!" My father died in 1994 and I don't need to prance around waving big banners to mourn him, not even in private. In fact after fewer than a dozen years I didn't need to mourn him because I got over it enough that sometimes whole weeks went by without the thought "my father died" occurring to me. And if the unfortunate demise of an office complex full of total strangers you probably never even laid eyes on matters more to you than my father's death does to me then you are weird.
 
2013-09-11 12:15:16 PM
Billy Joel sucks. He is worse than Justin Beiber. He's worse than that Friday chick. He's worse than Radiohead. He's worse than Vampire Weekend. Every single one of his shiatty songs is worse than "Built This City". "Still Rock and Roll" is particularly bad -- we know you don't know anything about rock and roll, you useless ugly third-rate lounge act.

Still, today and today only, I'll just say that Billy piece-of-poop Joel is a better person than TheDavid.
 
2013-09-11 12:17:20 PM

Trail of Dead: He is worse than Justin Beiber


Hey now, don't say something you'll regret.
 
2013-09-11 12:25:49 PM
You shut your whore mouths. The man is a musical genius.

/No I am not joking
 
2013-09-11 12:27:39 PM

Trail of Dead: Billy Joel sucks. He is worse than Justin Beiber. He's worse than that Friday chick. He's worse than Radiohead. He's worse than Vampire Weekend. Every single one of his shiatty songs is worse than "Built This City". "Still Rock and Roll" is particularly bad -- we know you don't know anything about rock and roll, you useless ugly third-rate lounge act.

Still, today and today only, I'll just say that Billy piece-of-poop Joel is a better person than TheDavid.


A. Vampire Weekend is very good. B. Billy Joel is a first-rate lounge act.

Classic rock and roll is the most overrated, predictable-sounding pop music this side of country and western.

/TheDavid? I googled it and found a pretentious British teen emo poet and a 1960s band.
 
2013-09-11 12:29:16 PM

tripleseven: drongozone: Cool story, bro:
I worked at a newspaper in Bridgehampton on Long Island, near Billy "Hack" Joel's house. One day a green VW bug pulls up, and Billy comes into the building and asks the receptionist if he could use the bathroom. He heads upstairs and there for about 10 minutes. He leaves. Well, a few minutes later I had to whizz. I go the can. The stench Joel left behind was demonic in its unbearableness.
End cool story, bro

I so want this story to be true for some reason.


It's true, Scout's honor
 
2013-09-11 12:29:35 PM

Wizzywig: You shut your whore mouths. The man is a musical genius.

/No I am not joking


You misspelled "Anal Cyst"
 
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2013-09-11 12:34:00 PM
 
2013-09-11 12:34:24 PM
It may be all kitschy now, but seriously I am 20 years too young to be in his demographic and I still totally get why he was huge. Also, he nailed Christie Brinkley. That has to count for something.
 
2013-09-11 12:37:17 PM
I apologize to TheDavid - that was a little half-cocked. It's just that your post reminded me of my coont mom, who started biatching about the victims' families beginning on 9-12. "Oh get over yourselves" etc. I'm still not in good terms with her.

I agree that 9-11 shouldn't be used for publicity stunts, or self-righteous displays of bullshiat patriotism.

You are better than that pig-farker Billy Joel.
 
2013-09-11 01:09:38 PM

Trail of Dead: Billy piece-of-poop Joel is a better person than TheDavid.

Trail of Dead: I apologize to TheDavid - that was a little half-cocked.


Now now, let's not get hasty. Most people who try to be nice people do it better than I do. It's one of the few things I have to be proud of.

As for me, I wasn't biatching at the victim's families necessarily: my father died at 64 after a long illness, by then it was a relief. I'd probably still be bent out of shape if I saw a building he was in get destroyed by 747s, endlessly replayable on Youtube.

It's the douches like the flag-waver in that photo I was biatching at. Especially those who were a thousand miles away at the time, who then had never been to Manhattan or met a single person who had, who've spent the past 12 years going on about how wounded they are by "the tragedy." Including people who on 9/10/01 were biatching about how NYC was a nest of godless homos and un-American minorities that should be blown up.

Here's an irony: my father's birthday was September 10th and it's also still my sister's. (And for that matter my dreadful cousin Susan was born exactly a year before my sister.) So for the past 11 years I've been unable to think of their birthdays without knowing that the very next day there will be "memorials" and other "patriotic" events, including this threads and the FarkUs one on "where you were when you heard." BAH. Can't we just abolish September?

By the way, who do I know in Copenhagen, and from where? As for my mother, she doesn't understand that The DaVinci Code was fiction, even meant to be.
 
2013-09-11 01:14:22 PM

Wizzywig: You shut your whore mouths. The man is a musical genius.


You may be right ....
 
2013-09-11 01:41:16 PM

The One True TheDavid: Trail of Dead: Billy piece-of-poop Joel is a better person than TheDavid.
Trail of Dead: I apologize to TheDavid - that was a little half-cocked.

Now now, let's not get hasty. Most people who try to be nice people do it better than I do. It's one of the few things I have to be proud of.

As for me, I wasn't biatching at the victim's families necessarily: my father died at 64 after a long illness, by then it was a relief. I'd probably still be bent out of shape if I saw a building he was in get destroyed by 747s, endlessly replayable on Youtube.

It's the douches like the flag-waver in that photo I was biatching at. Especially those who were a thousand miles away at the time, who then had never been to Manhattan or met a single person who had, who've spent the past 12 years going on about how wounded they are by "the tragedy." Including people who on 9/10/01 were biatching about how NYC was a nest of godless homos and un-American minorities that should be blown up.

Here's an irony: my father's birthday was September 10th and it's also still my sister's. (And for that matter my dreadful cousin Susan was born exactly a year before my sister.) So for the past 11 years I've been unable to think of their birthdays without knowing that the very next day there will be "memorials" and other "patriotic" events, including this threads and the FarkUs one on "where you were when you heard." BAH. Can't we just abolish September?

By the way, who do I know in Copenhagen, and from where? As for my mother, she doesn't understand that The DaVinci Code was fiction, even meant to be.


Well, MY mom is an original teatard organizer. Beat that!

She hates Billy Joel as well... I'll give her that.
 
2013-09-11 08:43:25 PM
I built this titty. I built this titty on Cock & Bull. Built this titty..............

/HEY! you didn't build that!
 
2013-09-11 10:28:16 PM
Two wheels are not enough to hold that fat fark
 
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