Wednesday, November 28, 2007

The Present Day Fratboy Asshole Refuses to Die

Let's have a contest for Most Annoying One Hit Wonder Band of the 90s.



These guys have my vote. Incredibly annoying, starting with the stupid name. Deadeye Dick? Feh.

Seriously -- every time that "she don't eat meat, but she sure likes to bone" line comes up, I want to smash that smug idiot upside the head with a two-by-four.

21 comments:

Kid Charlemagne said...

I know these guys no other way than from seeing their disc in the .99 bin.

steve simels said...

Hanging's too good for them...

Anonymous said...

christopher said...
Even The Nation and Kos have respect for the quality of the WSJ's opinion and it's thinkers, and they are almost always at odds with it's viewpoints.

On the Bizarro World, perhaps.

Here in the real world, those folks consider the WSJ editorial page a stain on the integrity of an otherwise splendid newspaper -- a fetid sinkhole of lies, paranoia, and crackpottery.

The page's obsession with Vince Foster was just the tip of a delusional and dangerous iceberg and if you think the folks at The Nation have anything but contempt for it you're frankly bonkers.

12:37 PM
christopher said...
BTW -- the fricking reporters at the WSJ find the editorial page embarassing.

Jeebus, what are you idiots smoking?

Anonymous said...

christopher said...

That's rather unsurprising, given that the reporters (and their stories) even at the WSJ are largely of the left.

No, it's unsurprising because the WSJ editorial page, when not absolutely making shit up, runs stuff that is flatly contradicted on the facts by the reporting in the paper.

The reporters, you see, are honest. The people at the editorial page make shit up and are serenely untroubled by facts.

Anybody who wasn't a ideologue and a fantasist would find that embarassing....

steve simels said...

So?

steve simels said...

So?

steve simels said...

This guy wants to give us hits, apparently.

Whatever....

TMink said...

I think this is a post that was intended for Althouse. How did it get here? Twice?

Anyway, first time I have ever seen these guys though I recall the song. I really didn't hate them till seeing the video.

Trey

Anonymous said...

christopher said...

2. I suppose you have robust evidence for shit being made up to share here?

Oh, I don't know -- let me think.

How about -- their entire cache of Whitewater stuff, which I believe is archived on the website. That's 100 percent fact free.

Or you could just start with their notorious "Who is Vince Foster?" series.

Let's see -- did they make shit up about Wen Ho Lee as well?

No, wait -- that was the supposedly liberal NY Times...

steve simels said...

We have a troll who thinks I'm somebody else.

Anonymous said...

Trolls are such a pain in the ass, aren't they?

Don't you wish every one would just treat folks in the blogoshere like they would face to face? With just a little courtesy and respect?

No threats to shove a book up someone's ass and the like.

Would make a promise and keep it?

deal with other commenters respectfully and not enter a room and foul it.

Damn the bad luck when a Troll spoils your site!

steve simels said...

Whatever.

Kid Charlemagne said...

Oh,no. The bedwetter is back.

I take it you are a Deadeye Dick fan.

Kid Charlemagne said...

Miss Havisham has always depended on the kindness of flying monkeys.

steve simels said...

He's a creep, but hits are hits...
:-)

return of the plumber said...

Sorry but I never heard of this band or it's music before! I must of been listening to real music.

MBowen said...

Haven't heard that in a while.

The worst part is that with a less condescending singer and somewhat improved lyrics, this could be a power pop classic.

steve simels said...

mbowen:

Actually, you're right. At the time it came out, I remember thinking -- hey, this is a very cute early 80s skinny-tie band song if it wasn't for the smirkiness.

TMink said...

Mbowen, we agree, almost there.

Trey

MBowen said...

Not a band, but actually this may be the Most Annoying One-Hit Wonder of the '90s.

Paula Cole would have won if there was a Two-Hit wonder contest.

steve simels said...

mbowen:

Wow, you're right -- that's awful.

In fact, it's so bad it could be by Diane Warren....