There are some bad people out there, and I don't mean bad in a
who think their band will sell more records if it's featured
on a web page with a picture of a fetus jamming on guitar.
In addition to their insightful political invectives (President
Clinton: Do not mock God) -- well, wait a minute. Fuck correct
and forget that half-finished thought. _Do not mock God_? What's
about? Is that good advice for a leader of a nation? I mean, sure,
it's probably not a great idea to taunt a being of vast power, but
what the hell is that supposed to mean? That goes under "sage
along with "Don't tug on Superman's cape." I'll remember that for
future reference. I'm sure it'll come in handy some day.
Okay, Okay, I'll get on with it.
This site invites you to boycott all pro-choice rock and rollers
out there. As if I knew who any were. But even if I did, and even
I cared to support their cause, I'm sure I'd be turned away by the
background image on this hideously designed Web site. It might be
funny as a parody, but as a site trying to promote fetus-worship
it just seems distasteful.
This site also features a list of pro-life and pro-choice (they
it pro-abortion like all the other rabid bastards that think that
terminating a pregnancy is bad but that somehow killing grown-up
is OK) bands, so we can make informed listening choices. The list
of pro-life bands is much longer than the list of pro-choice
but on closer inspection nine out of ten of the pro-choice bands
recognizable names, whereas out of 170 pro-life rock bands listed,
I've only heard of three (MC Hammer, The Cranberries, and a name
I didn't recognize, but who was formerly a member of 2 Live
about a total "John Stamos' Brother" deal...) and there were
duplicates to pad the list.