Who is scott stapp dating Free sex chat mongolia
With the supposed end of the world soon approaching us, I found it a little easy to avoid the “Year’s Best” or “2012 In Review” type of posts, simply because, if the Mayans, who sacrificed mother fuckers to appease their gods were right, then what’s the point. Forget about Christmas, forget about Boxing Day shopping, forget about New Year’s, forget about your next birthday…
If Armageddon is coming, then you will not have time to buy that 60″ Smart TV that just came out with 3D picture for 50% off. You will only have enough time to read this post and maybe get a chance to check out these radically, awesome clips.
I don’t want to bring up the Y2K fiasco but it’s hard not to recall the fear that was instilled in folks.
Everything these days has a subliminal message behind it.
In November, Kid Rock released his fifth studio album, Cocky.
Robert James Ritchie (born January 17, 1971), known professionally as Kid Rock, is an American singer-songwriter, rapper, musician, record producer, activist and actor.
To be honest, knowing who that guy is, I was surprised that a whole series of tapes didn’t emerge from the dust and ashes of his past relationships. I used to read how Tipper Gore and her fuckin’ clan of crazies would set KISS records on fire back in the day, and how troubled teens would blow their heads off listening to Judas Priest and Ozzy records. I am willing to bet that no one in Creed’s entourage has ever even drawn a cock and balls in permanent marker on Scott Stapp’s face while sleeping on a tour bus either?
So this will be my attempt at a proverbial version of the cock and balls drawing on Scott Stapp’s face.
In support of the album, Kid Rock performed on the American Bad Ass Tour in 2001, supported by country singer David Allan Coe as an opening act; Coe's participation was criticized by journalist Neil Strauss: noting Kid Rock's hip hop background, Strauss alleged that Coe's songs were racist, and suggested that Coe's participation conflicted with Kid Rock's musical lineage.
The same year, Kid Rock contributed to the tribute album I've Always Been Crazy: A Tribute to Waylon Jennings, honoring the late country singer by covering the song "Luckenbach, Texas" in collaboration with country singer Kenny Chesney.