Death all around us.

June 29, 2009

Poor Farrah.  Christ, of all the days to go, you know?

“Coming up later, we’ll talk to Michael Jackson’s former publicist and find out what she thinks of this tragedy which could have been forestalled if his physician hadn’t been such a money hungry, yes-man geek.  Oh, yeah, and some chick named Farrah died?  We’ll take a look at her sobbing fat-head of an ex-husband and watch rare outtakes from her stupid reality show.”

What is it about death that suddenly makes us want to congregate around the wrong star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame?

Well, let’s face it.  Wacko Jacko transcended racial barriers.  He was a black man that white people could relate to, and then later in life, he was a white man that black people could relate to.


Q.  What’s the difference between Neil Armstrong and Michael Jackson?

A.  One did the moon walk, the other one fucks little kids.

And we lost the OxiClean guy, too.

But here’s the big pisser of them all:  Losing the Queen of the Blues.

2 Responses to “Death all around us.”

  1. Mardé Says:

    Yes, Minds, there is death all around us, alright.

    The universe is dying as we speak. A ways to go, yes, but some day there will be no “us” for death to be all around. All motion will have stopped and there will be nada, zilch, nothing! A heat death.

    In the meantime, though, it continues to rain, shall we say in Biblical proportions? Is Noah back building his Ark somewhere over the rainbow? Go Judy! Sing!

  2. Mardé Says:

    Mollie Sugden dies July 1, 2009. She played Mrs Slocombe in the British comedy, Are You Being Served. Her Wiki.

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