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    Morrissey attends Joan Collins in conversation - The Lowry, Salford (October 17, 2021)

    Is Moz waiting in line to get a Joan Collins book signed? I find that hilarious, just on general principle.
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    Morrissey Central "CAN YOU PLEASE STOP TIME ?" (October 20, 2021)

    The passing of time And all of its sickening crimes Is making me sad again...
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    Morrissey And The Beats

    I asked the exact same question a few days ago, and nobody answered me, either. Chuckling.
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    No fight club

    Hate emasculated Antipodean male psychologists? Who doesn't, right? This one's for you! :crazy::poop: https://whorattledyourcage.blogspot.com/2021/10/no-fight-club.html
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    Stephen King's next novel

    "Show me those dirty pillows!"
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    Morrissey And The Beats

    Seen Morrissey mention the Beat Poets (Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac) and Neal Cassady (the protagonist from On The Road) in a couple of songs. Anybody any idea about his thoughts on that literary movement? He ever talked about them in any interview?
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    Carter doing The Smiths

    Forgot about this one.
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    Strange/unexpected Moz references?

    Moz Cartoon Appearance. I suppose this one can go under 'Strange/unexpected Moz appearances,' or whatever the f*** that thread is called I couldn't find. Transfer it if you want. Dunno why Moz is in this in cartoon form, singing along like Live Aid, really. Maybe jealousy. Jim Bob's lyrics...
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    Poll Kickstarter : Bonfire Of Teenagers

    It's only the man's obsession with vinyl and physical media that stops him releasing the album himself. Maybe it's age, maybe it's vanity, I dunno. He could release the album tomorrow online by himself and the amount of fans he still has would make sure it made him money, without a record label...
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    Have to admit, I do love

    Like there is such a thing as a non-obsessive Morrissey fan. Laughing here. But at least I have a sense of humour about it. Have not heard anything he did between 1991 to 2009, nor since, much, really. So sue me. :)
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    Have to admit, I do love

    I am not talking about hearing it here. ;)
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    Morrissey's song about the Manchester Arena bombing - feelings, thoughts, expectations?

    How was that tragic, vile, and disgusting event Britain's 9/11? You absolutely cannot compare the two. Was WWII, when the UK was bombed constantly, not worse than the Manchester event? 9/11 traumatised America, because it had not been attacked in such a fashion, except during Pearl Harbor. The...
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    Have to admit, I do love

    God, first time I ever heard that one! I now know what a comedian or somebody in a telly programme feels like when somebody comes up to them and says their catchphrase to them, like it's the first time that anybody ever did that. Hilarious. Better luck next time! :)
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    Off-topic discussion thread / moved as clogging other threads

    Stick a cock in her, she's done. :)
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    Professor Of Rock YT: "How A B-side Became The Anthem Of A Generation" (July 5, 2021)

    Pretty much what you'd expect from a middle-aged yank apostle wearing a hat. :)
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    Unlaid lunatics that shoot people

    One possible solution, after the Plymouth tragedy yesterday; deprive these scum of the oxygen of publicity. If their corpses were fed to dogs on telly, and then shit all over the streets of their home town by the canines, they might be so trigger-happy. Not good optics for disassociated...
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