Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Okay, I guess I'm a little obsessed....

For those of you who may not have seen the video before it was removed from the previous post due to "Abuse," according to the web site, you can still watch it here.

Let's take a minute, though, shall we, to just, you know, run the second verse by ourselves again and really pay attention to just how many double entendres are in there. Do you think it's coincidence (emphasis mine)?

"Read the Bible
You'll be sure
to enter Heaven
there's no back door.

Righteous man
Get on your knees
There lies no virtue
in sodomy."

All sung with that cute little mischievous grin of his. He's kind of cute. I bet this guy was a total hit with the bear crowd that loves to go hang out naked in the woods. I wonder what turned him off of that scene? Maybe they didn't like his pink shirts.

I also love how on his web site he has a list corruptive gay bands for parents to watch out for. But then next to Morrissey's name he has "(questionable?)"

Huh? I thought it was a pretty astute list until I got to that. It even has Le Tigre on it, for crying out loud. But Nickelback, Metallica, Eminem??? You'd think this guy would be a fan of Eminem. His safe bands list is real boring, predictably. Except for the inclusion of Cyndi Lauper. I have no idea what that's about.

All right, I'm done. I'm off to read all about crazy Mormons slaughtering innocent women and little babies which I started reading last night and is totally fucking fascinating. You wanna talk crazy....

4 comments:

zen imbecile said...

I refuse to believe this is not a joke.

Stacy said...

I read under the banner of heaven about a year ago..it's great.
I love all his books
Into the Wild is pretty wonderful, too.


on that stupid song, maybe it's one of those wink wink jokes to confuse people...

ryan said...

If it is a joke, then Donnie Davies is my new hero. (God, even his name is gay!) He's a genius.

I read Into the Wild several years ago. I don't remember much about it, but that I thought it was really good.

bryan h. said...

Into The Wild and Into Thin Air are two of my favorite books.