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Hank Williams, Jr.: “After reading hundreds of e-mails, I have made MY decision. By pulling my opening Oct 3rd, You (ESPN) stepped on the Toes of The First Amendment Freedom of Speech, so therefore Me, My Song, and All My Rowdy Friends are OUT OF HERE. It’s been a great run.”


Not a student of the First Amendment, is he?

Oh Hanky.

A couple of things you should remember:
1) No one said you couldn’t criticize the Preznit. ABC (the other Diznee Rat Subsidiary) hired Jake Tapper to be a concern troll for that reason.
2) Do you know what life was like under one ball Hitler? Perhaps you should read… a book.. some Dr Seuss and Richard Scary before reading The Rise and Fall of the 3rd Reich so you can think a little bit before mouthing off about shit you barely understand.

You could be the official singer of Teabaggers, but I hope you like getting paid with pennies and poorly spelled badly written racist screeds.

Sport radio guys (Colin, Dan, Rome, etc.) are all mocking Hank Jr for his lack of understanding as regards how his corporate masters might respond to intemperate speech made while they were in a business relationship.

I see him on a bus tour with Palin next.

His daddy nicknamed him after a ventriloquist dummy.

Kinda says it all, doesn’t it?

I’m having a problem finding Hank Jr.’s statement in support of Bill Maher when ABC canned him.

@nojo: But surely there’s one for Don Imus?


Or the Dixie Chicks. I’m sure I just missed it. ;)

It’s also really clear on sports radio that people were really tired of that sucky song. If it takes Hank Jr putting his shitkicker in his mouth to get rid of it, so be it.

Where was Hank Jr when the church that owns the LA Forum prohibited metal band Lamb of God from playing there in support of Metallica just because the band was previously known as “Burn the Priest”?

when hank jr was younger, his mom dressed him up like his daddy and made him sing all his daddy’s old songs over and over again like an elvis impersonator. she kept most of the cash of course and kept hank jr’s allowance so low he couldn’t even afford to get a big buzz like his daddy. hank jr had to sponge booze, pills, and smoke off the band members until his momma caught on and fired any band member caught hooking hank jr up. hank jr figured he would get her back by playing his own songs when momma was off chasing promoters and such. that wasn’t much of an idea though because only his daddy’s fans showed up and they only wanted to hear hank sr songs. so they threw liquor bottles and shit at him every time he tried to play his own tunes. empty liquor bottles. all this really got to hank jr, so he got all fucked up one day and jumped off a mountain. he survived but his face was all mangled up and that’s why he sports that god awful beard. it not only covers up the scars of the fall but hides the pain and anguish he must always feel from never being able to live up to his daddy’s name or his momma’s expectations. i guess that’s why he’s always saying bad things about people. trying to put the pain he feels on others. what a shame.

@redmanlaw: do you think the church that owned the LA forum would have been cool with them had their previous name been Burn the Child Molesting Priest?

@jwmcsame: Son of RML’s confimation class last night (for the Catlick church) was on how not to get raped by an adult. Actually, some of the GOP candidates have ties to some preachers who think the Church is the Whore of Babylon, etc. , esp. Crazy Eyes.

I have the Burn the Priest CD because I’m a Lamb of God fan. That shit is all hard and brutal.

Burn the Priest – “Ressurection #9.”

It’s a little tough playing this stuff at work with the door open. metal!!!

@jwmcsame: That is fucked. up. Don’t make me feel sorry for that sack of shit.

@redmanlaw: Wow. I got confirmed in the episcopal church a while back. we painted murals on the walls and our minister told us stories of his time in vietnam, like when the guy standing next to him got his head knocked off by a mortar that didn’t even explode.

that’s an honest to god true story about hank jr.

i know how you feel about playing certain tunes at work. i used to crank up morphine (the band) when i worked in a room full of cubicles. one dude quit.

@jwmcsame: Jon Stewart mentioned the head-splitting part the other night, but he didn’t mention why Junior split his head open.

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