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(Detroit Free Press)   Kid Rock says that he doesn't even farking know the farking people on either farking side of the farking Insane Clown Posse lawsuit, and he most certainly does not farking have their glass farking dildo   (freep.com) divider line 40
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2014-08-05 09:37:39 AM  
Why don't you get Gene Simmons of KISS to adjudicate it, and you could have the trifecta of shiatty midwest based arena rock/spectacle acts all involved in this idiotic publicity stunt.
 
2014-08-05 10:54:35 AM  
"All parties involved in this ICP glass (sex toy) case can shove one."

I don't often agree with Kid Rock because his politics sucks but here he has a point.
 
2014-08-05 12:52:31 PM  

Generation_D: Why don't you get Gene Simmons of KISS to adjudicate it, and you could have the trifecta of shiatty midwest based arena rock/spectacle acts all involved in this idiotic publicity stunt.


Ted Nugent representing the plaintiffs, Eminem for the defense.
 
2014-08-05 12:53:06 PM  

quatchi: "All parties involved in this ICP glass (sex toy) case can shove one."

I don't often agree with Kid Rock because his politics sucks but here he has a point.


The ICP is doing more for bringing the country together than congress is.  EVERYBODY hates the ICP
 
2014-08-05 12:56:56 PM  

Smeggy Smurf: quatchi: "All parties involved in this ICP glass (sex toy) case can shove one."

I don't often agree with Kid Rock because his politics sucks but here he has a point.

The ICP is doing more for bringing the country together than congress is.  EVERYBODY hates the ICP


Except for juggalos.
 
2014-08-05 12:59:31 PM  
That reminds me, as a culture we need a punctuation mark akin to ! for 'lo' and ? for 'quo' for 'farking.'
 
2014-08-05 01:00:35 PM  

Nurglitch: Smeggy Smurf: quatchi: "All parties involved in this ICP glass (sex toy) case can shove one."

I don't often agree with Kid Rock because his politics sucks but here he has a point.

The ICP is doing more for bringing the country together than congress is.  EVERYBODY hates the ICP

Except for juggalos.


You'd have to hate yourself to be one of them
 
2014-08-05 01:05:49 PM  
Protip: Always deny having the glass dildo.
 
2014-08-05 01:06:42 PM  

Generation_D: Why don't you get Gene Simmons of KISS to adjudicate it, and you could have the trifecta of shiatty midwest based arena rock/spectacle acts all involved in this idiotic publicity stunt.


Then drop a cluster bomb on top of the whole bunch.
 
2014-08-05 01:07:39 PM  
Kiss is from NY
 
2014-08-05 01:12:58 PM  

under a mountain: Kiss is from NY


I see this has been taken care of
 
2014-08-05 01:14:32 PM  

Flappyhead: Generation_D: Why don't you get Gene Simmons of KISS to adjudicate it, and you could have the trifecta of shiatty midwest based arena rock/spectacle acts all involved in this idiotic publicity stunt.

Then drop a cluster bomb on top of the whole bunch.


Not before inviting Ted Nugent to open for them all.

/Pretty sure he has a clear calendar these days.
 
2014-08-05 01:15:41 PM  

Smeggy Smurf: The ICP is doing more for bringing the country together than congress is.  EVERYBODY hates the ICP


[internetfistbump]

Agreed.

Assclowns are a type of clown.

Not the good kind.
 
2014-08-05 01:17:03 PM  
Man, that glass thing should be put in the same kind of isolation chamber as the two Ebolians have. EEEWWWWWW!!!
 
2014-08-05 01:27:10 PM  
Rock was subpoenaed two weeks ago to produce a glass sex toy allegedly given to him by former ICP employee (Dirty) Dan Diamond.

This is my favorite sentence of the day.
 
2014-08-05 01:39:43 PM  
Make sure you refer to it as the dildo not your dildo.
 
2014-08-05 01:41:06 PM  

Generation_D: Why don't you get Gene Simmons of KISS to adjudicate it, and you could have the trifecta of shiatty midwest based arena rock/spectacle acts all involved in this idiotic publicity stunt.


There needs to be consolidation in bands, like there is in other businesses.  After a few members get buried in full facepaint, maybe there could be a 3-way merger and create the "Clown Kiss Rock" or "Kid Kiss Posse"
 
2014-08-05 01:51:25 PM  
Did this woman not have any idea who she was going to work for? I'm not saying what they did was okay, but FFS, WTF did she expect out of those idiots?
 
2014-08-05 01:55:53 PM  
Sorry to derail a perfectly good snarkfest, but this actually does address a legal point I have been wondering about.  In this case, Kid Rock claims to have no affiliation with anyone involved in the case.  The only link to him is the defendent's suspect claim that he may be in possession of material evidence, a claim that Kid Rock completely refutes.  The attorney's for the plaintiff now may attempt to add Kid Rock to the witness list for the express purpose of testifying to that effect.  So, my question is, if Kid Rock tells everyone involved to go pound sand and that he has not interest in further involving himself in a situation that he believes does not relate to him, can he be legally compelled by the prosecution to testify or submit a deposition?
 
2014-08-05 02:02:32 PM  
Methinks thou dost protest to much
 
2014-08-05 02:14:01 PM  

v2micca: Sorry to derail a perfectly good snarkfest, but this actually does address a legal point I have been wondering about.  In this case, Kid Rock claims to have no affiliation with anyone involved in the case.  The only link to him is the defendent's suspect claim that he may be in possession of material evidence, a claim that Kid Rock completely refutes.  The attorney's for the plaintiff now may attempt to add Kid Rock to the witness list for the express purpose of testifying to that effect.  So, my question is, if Kid Rock tells everyone involved to go pound sand and that he has not interest in further involving himself in a situation that he believes does not relate to him, can he be legally compelled by the prosecution to testify or submit a deposition?


Yes, he can be...if the judge finds that there will be value in hearing from him.
Only the judge can compell him, though.
 
2014-08-05 02:35:08 PM  

Im_Gumby: Generation_D: Why don't you get Gene Simmons of KISS to adjudicate it, and you could have the trifecta of shiatty midwest based arena rock/spectacle acts all involved in this idiotic publicity stunt.

Ted Nugent representing the plaintiffs, Eminem for the defense.


closing statements are a rap battle.
 
2014-08-05 02:39:48 PM  

Uchiha_Cycliste: Im_Gumby: Generation_D: Why don't you get Gene Simmons of KISS to adjudicate it, and you could have the trifecta of shiatty midwest based arena rock/spectacle acts all involved in this idiotic publicity stunt.

Ted Nugent representing the plaintiffs, Eminem for the defense.

closing statements are a rap battle.


Rap battles require rap-pers.
 
2014-08-05 02:54:00 PM  

Earthworm Jim Jones: Uchiha_Cycliste: Im_Gumby: Generation_D: Why don't you get Gene Simmons of KISS to adjudicate it, and you could have the trifecta of shiatty midwest based arena rock/spectacle acts all involved in this idiotic publicity stunt.

Ted Nugent representing the plaintiffs, Eminem for the defense.

closing statements are a rap battle.

Rap battles require rap-pers.


legitimate rap-pers or rap-rap-pers?
Besides, I'll admit I quite like The Marshal Mathers LP. So I consider Eminem a rap-per. a legitimate one =P
 
2014-08-05 03:10:53 PM  
glass dildo. Do people actually use that or is it really more ornamental or a conversation piece?
 
2014-08-05 03:16:19 PM  

AeAe: glass dildo. Do people actually use that or is it really more ornamental or a conversation piece?


Ask Kid Rock.
He has one.
 
2014-08-05 03:25:15 PM  

dryknife: AeAe: glass dildo. Do people actually use that or is it really more ornamental or a conversation piece?

Ask Kid Rock.
He has one.


...or not...
 
2014-08-05 03:26:30 PM  

dryknife: AeAe: glass dildo. Do people actually use that or is it really more ornamental or a conversation piece?

Ask Kid Rock Linda Lovelace.


FTFY.

/time to adjust belt onion
 
2014-08-05 03:32:00 PM  

Mega Steve: Methinks thou dost protest to much


Streisand Effect for his specific denial.
 
2014-08-05 03:44:39 PM  
How long until a photo with Rock and the said glass "toy" appear
 
2014-08-05 03:51:47 PM  

Uchiha_Cycliste: Besides, I'll admit I quite like The Marshal Mathers LP. So I consider Eminem a rap-per. a legitimate one =P


He's a rapper, but god-DAMN to I hate his voice. It's a scrawny little whiny white-boy voice. I understand he's got decent flow and decent language skills but I can't get around his voice.
 
2014-08-05 03:52:58 PM  

Heineken Skywalker: How long until a photo with Rock and the said glass "toy" appear


Paging LuckyCharms to the thread.
 
2014-08-05 04:05:17 PM  

Louisiana_Sitar_Club: Rock was subpoenaed two weeks ago to produce a glass sex toy allegedly given to him by former ICP employee (Dirty) Dan Diamond.

This is my favorite sentence of the day.



RIP


fc06.deviantart.net
 
2014-08-05 05:20:39 PM  

GalFriday: v2micca: Sorry to derail a perfectly good snarkfest, but this actually does address a legal point I have been wondering about.  In this case, Kid Rock claims to have no affiliation with anyone involved in the case.  The only link to him is the defendent's suspect claim that he may be in possession of material evidence, a claim that Kid Rock completely refutes.  The attorney's for the plaintiff now may attempt to add Kid Rock to the witness list for the express purpose of testifying to that effect.  So, my question is, if Kid Rock tells everyone involved to go pound sand and that he has not interest in further involving himself in a situation that he believes does not relate to him, can he be legally compelled by the prosecution to testify or submit a deposition?

Yes, he can be...if the judge finds that there will be value in hearing from him.
Only the judge can compell him, though.


And if that happens, won't it just destroy the little credibility this woman has?

/the whole thing is nuts, but the glass dildo drew us in
//has Steely Dan given an opinion yet?
 
2014-08-05 05:35:09 PM  
The dildo is now on the bottom of a lake somewhere.

"It was given to Kid Rock" is the sex toy equivalent of "it went to live on a farm."
 
2014-08-05 09:34:15 PM  

Im_Gumby: Generation_D: Why don't you get Gene Simmons of KISS to adjudicate it, and you could have the trifecta of shiatty midwest based arena rock/spectacle acts all involved in this idiotic publicity stunt.

Ted Nugent representing the plaintiffs, Eminem for the defense.


And then drone strike the courthouse.  It's the only way to be sure.
 
2014-08-05 10:55:08 PM  

lindalouwho: GalFriday: v2micca: Sorry to derail a perfectly good snarkfest, but this actually does address a legal point I have been wondering about.  In this case, Kid Rock claims to have no affiliation with anyone involved in the case.  The only link to him is the defendent's suspect claim that he may be in possession of material evidence, a claim that Kid Rock completely refutes.  The attorney's for the plaintiff now may attempt to add Kid Rock to the witness list for the express purpose of testifying to that effect.  So, my question is, if Kid Rock tells everyone involved to go pound sand and that he has not interest in further involving himself in a situation that he believes does not relate to him, can he be legally compelled by the prosecution to testify or submit a deposition?

Yes, he can be...if the judge finds that there will be value in hearing from him.
Only the judge can compell him, though.

And if that happens, won't it just destroy the little credibility this woman has?

/the whole thing is nuts, but the glass dildo drew us in
//has Steely Dan given an opinion yet?


Why would it destroy the plaintiff's credibility?  The defendant is the one who says Kid Rock has it.  The plaintiff's lawyers asked Kid Rock because they called the defendant's bluff.
 
2014-08-05 11:12:21 PM  

msqualia: lindalouwho: GalFriday: v2micca: Sorry to derail a perfectly good snarkfest, but this actually does address a legal point I have been wondering about.  In this case, Kid Rock claims to have no affiliation with anyone involved in the case.  The only link to him is the defendent's suspect claim that he may be in possession of material evidence, a claim that Kid Rock completely refutes.  The attorney's for the plaintiff now may attempt to add Kid Rock to the witness list for the express purpose of testifying to that effect.  So, my question is, if Kid Rock tells everyone involved to go pound sand and that he has not interest in further involving himself in a situation that he believes does not relate to him, can he be legally compelled by the prosecution to testify or submit a deposition?

Yes, he can be...if the judge finds that there will be value in hearing from him.
Only the judge can compell him, though.

And if that happens, won't it just destroy the little credibility this woman has?

/the whole thing is nuts, but the glass dildo drew us in
//has Steely Dan given an opinion yet?

Why would it destroy the plaintiff's credibility?  The defendant is the one who says Kid Rock has it.  The plaintiff's lawyers asked Kid Rock because they called the defendant's bluff.


My bad, I thought it was Pellegrini who said Rock has it.
 
2014-08-06 01:59:41 AM  

lindalouwho: has Steely Dan given an opinion yet?


www.languageisavirus.com

Sees what you did there.
 
2014-08-06 04:58:14 AM  
He was so shocked by the allegations that it finally made him drop several dildos out of his ass.
 
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