Strange/unexpected Moz references?

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  1. bhops

    bhops Last of the famous international screw ups.

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    This is just solid solid reporting, I'm reading this with the voice of Gary Bushell in my head.
     
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    "GIVEAWAY

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    Hollywood Bowl Concert Promo Poster
    We will doing a giveaway for this Moz Concert Poster soon
    Details coming soon........"



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    They are really making use of the Moz link:


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    Hilarious. The spiteful old bastard took his bat and ball home the last time.
     
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    I urge everyone to listen to and read the statements of the witnesses that describe a whole different scenario than the official one.
    Media is never gentle or kind.
     
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    German satirist Jan Böhmermann´s new rap song. He´s a big Morrissey fan.

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  10. GirlAfraidWillNeverLearn

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    Beat me to it.
     
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    Famous when dead Vulgarian Moderator

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    "In honor of Morrissey's show at the Mission Ballroom on Thursday, September 26 (assuming it happens and he doesn't cancel like he often does), we reached out to Novick via email to learn more about why the Pinchers chose to pick on the Smiths singer, how Moz has changed over the years, and Novick's recent stab at the president, "Donald Trump Rides a Cockhorse."

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    Decades After "Morrissey Rides a Cockhorse," Moz Is "Way Worse"

    "Two years after forming in Boulder in 1987, the Warlock Pinchers released "Morrissey Rides a Cockhorse," a tirade against the former frontman of The Smiths.

    In the song, singers Dan Wanush (King Scratchie) and Andrew Novick (KC KSum) didn't pull any punches in their hatred of Moz, as they sang: "That crybaby son of bitch, no-talent motherfucker/Bastard-ass dickhead, ball-flapping dicksucker/Baggy-shirted depressed Dean-loving bonehead/Making lots of money with boring songs like 'Suedehead.'"

    You get the idea."

    https://www.westword.com/music/andr...chers-on-morrissey-rides-a-cockhorse-11490827

    Tenuous link to tonight's gig via a song from decades ago by a local band.
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    Released on the 22 (USA) & 28 (UK) September, 1987.



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    Actor/writer Michael Imperioli thanks “Steven P. Morrissey” in the acknowledgments section of his 2018 novel, The Perfume Burned His Eyes.

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    the results do not necessarily resemble mine, but i like that he does have an approach for interpretation.
    plus, the artist and the narrative/lyrical voice are not always, or most likely, almost never the same "person".
     
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    Before I played this, I hoped it was going to be cued up with the falsetto yelp from "This Charming Man."
     
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    the finale of tonight’s episode featured pretty much all of The Smiths’ ‘How Soon is Now?’ Pretty cool.
     
  20. Anonymous

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    Well bugger me sideways.
     
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