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Foil- "Weird Al" Yankovic

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LarryCoconut
LarryCoconut
2 months ago

That was Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant in the black suits, right?

Anyway, gonna repeat myself. Even before I started reading about the Hollywood cult, I was thinking Al had been replaced with a look alike (a la Paul). I may be wrong, but *something* strikes me as different with him between “Bad Hair Day” in 1996 and “Running With Scissors” in 1999. Not just his looks. The parodies seem to have a different comedic tone about them as well.

papazhan
papazhan
2 months ago

When I first heard this new album, I was stoked as I always had been. Then, as God continued to sanctify me and grow me, I started to see Al in a different light. What better way to indoctrinate young ones into truly terrible occult mind controlled slaves, than to strip out the original lyrics, and place silly nonsensical lyrics in their place? The source is still the same, and would likely put some form of spiritual control over the listeners. Also, on the newest album, his song “Word Crimes” has a double entendre that is truly disgusting cleverly hidden in it. This foil song is a great way to program the masses into thinking anyone who seeks the truth is a tinfoil hat wearing nut job. He’s another member of the program.

Flagg
Flagg
2 months ago
Reply to  papazhan

Out of curiousness I read the word crime lyrics and couldn’t find anything “truly disgusting”.

I imagine you’re referring to “cunning linguist” because the thought of female sexual pleasure is disgusting to you fanatics.

Daniel
Daniel
2 months ago

It’s disappointing, but not surprising and logically sensical to see stars playing the game.

To resist the mainstream narrative is to renounce everything they’ve worked for because it’s all taken away as soon as they do. But if they only have this world to live for, and if it’s all literally at their fingertips, why would they ever throw it away?