BroVinny: I have faith that Farkers will user their freedom to turn this thread into a pun-fest during which those involve will monkey with song titles while the rest of us will be praying for time for it to be over.
Lsherm: AIDS. I'm calling it. I have absolutely no proof, but given his past risky behavior it makes perfect sense.
ecmoRandomNumbers: Lsherm: AIDS. I'm calling it. I have absolutely no proof, but given his past risky behavior it makes perfect sense.Maybe. He's also had some humiliating and public run-ins with the law, that frankly would make me never want to leave the house. There are lots of things that could cause a person to become a recluse. Sometimes I just hate all of humanity. It happens.
Henry Holland: No matter how his life plays out, George Michael will always be a musical god because of his performance of Somebody to Love at the Freddie Mercury memorial concert [sound starts when you click]. He arguably sings the song better than Freddie did and he has 75,000 people in the palm of his hands.
Harvey Manfrenjensenjen: Sad tag is appropriate. He's a great singer and, from what I've seen, a decent person. He's been caught up in a weird world that most of us can't identify with. As much as I wish he had the self-awareness and Zen-like approach to life that Stephen Fry (one of my few idols) has, not everyone can pull it off.I wish him a full recovery from whatever his issues are and I hope he can find happiness and fulfillment in his life. He's earned his keep.
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