Morrissey fans organizing “boycott” of Late Show With David Letterman over late-night host’s “anti-vegetarian” “humor” during their idol’s appearance. If they were real fans, they’d boycott over the air conditioning. [senorita incognito]
How about they use that organizational energy to organize a protest against this war we have going on (which, according to all recent poll data, is the most unpopular war in the history of our country sponsored by the most unpopular president in the history of our country)?
As long as George W. Bush is running this country, David Letterman should get a free pass.
Morrissey fans and Clay Aiken fans are cut from the same cloth.
No they aren’t. Morrissey fans aren’t in denial about their hero’s sexuality.
They’re just in denial about humor, reality, etc…
And I say this as a fan.
Good point. Why are many Morrissey fans so humorless when the man himself is quite the comedian?
Clip of Morrissey commenting on the ribs.
Big LOL @Whigged!!!
My feelings for Moz run very similar to my feelings for the Catholic church…I’m cool with the source, but I can’t stand the fan club.
Hey, lots of Morrissey fans are meat eaters and many are deriding this boycott over on Morrissey-Solo (assuming all those anonymous posts aren’t from one person).
The show’s version of events
Seems that the ribs had nothing to do with Morrissey, but rather were for a scrapped “Will it Float?” segment. Good thing they didn’t do “Know Your Cuts of Meat” that night.
Here’s your answer, but it raises so many questions.
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