And the offensive part was what?

Dear Baldy,

I just do not get it. According to Idletard your tards are all carrying on about your supposed disrespect for women because of some lame song you and like and a boob joke you made.

Here’s the Pamela Anderson Boob joke that has panties in a twist

I’m not sure why this is soooooooooo bad because all you did was imitate Anderson running down the beach with the sacks of silicon flapping in the breeze. I guess to your tards hinting that boobies wave in the wind is somehow equated to hating on wimmen instead of what it really is, a typical guy joke that is merely medium level funny.

They claim they only worry about this type of thing driving off the ‘right’ woman from you. They fail to mention that they all consider that they alone are the ‘right’ woman. But they don’t even have a clue what the real you actually is, the guy that tended bar and played in a band and got more ass than a toilet seat before joining the crapfest of American Idol.

Are you really happy having only these type obsessive over sensitive nimrods in your corner? I’m betting you much more enjoyed even the crappiest gig with your pre-Idol band than any amount of obssessed school teacher granny screaming going on right now. Have they started throwing their support hose and granny panties on the stage yet?

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7 Comments on “And the offensive part was what?”

  1. Radio Birdman Says:

    Teevho, I love you, but Closer is not a lame song.

    • freedavidcook Says:

      LMAO! I’m such an old granny I’ve never heard it so I cannot pass judgment on it. I have heard ad infinitum “Come Back To Me” and am not that impressed, keep thinking I’m hearing Nickelback

  2. Radio Birdman Says:

    Give it a whirl on youtube (the six minute version) and you’ll figure out why I know at least three strippers who use it as their music.

  3. Radio Birdman Says:

    Cook’s taste in music is solid, and he’s an OK live performer – I haven’t seen a decent cover of Man in the Box before his. He just needs to make something a bit less radio-friendly.

    • freedavidcook Says:

      I personally think he needs to work on what makes him different than anyone else. His sound seems to be cover band, which is okay for the bar circuit but not alright for a headliner. Thought that he, Madam and Kris did alright with the Fleetwood Mac cover on GMA

  4. Radio Birdman Says:

    Thing is, there isn’t really anything that sets him apart from any other grunge-influenced bar band out there. So unless he was to make something totally different (unlikely), he’s pretty much stuck with the same sound.

    Which is why I’d be happy if his next album contained less power ballands (one, two max) and more rock songs. And more of his original stuff – Analog Heart showed that he’s pretty good at writing these simple post-grunge songs and can avoid the whiny angst a lot of them fall into (cough…Daughtry…cough…Creed…cough)

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