Wednesday, February 08, 2006


Relax, Mick - it really doesn't matter that The Stones went along with the censoring of your songs at the Superbowl; it's only what we'd expect from the tax-avoiding super-rich.

Let's not try and pretend that you're unhappy about it:

The band may have known about it, but that doesn't mean they liked it, spokeswoman Fran Curtis said. Jagger sang the full lyrics during his performance, she said.

Well, why wouldn't he, since he knew the NFL were going to be censoring him anyway? Basically, they said "you can't say that on our telecast" and the band may have had misgivings, but were happy enough to go on, take the money, bask in the ninety million audience. Let's not make them look stupid by trying to pretend they took any sort of a stance, eh?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Looks like he wants to have his cake and eat it. He does have form, though, in scoffing the dessert and moaning about it.

When he got his knighthood, Mick said "It's like being given an ice cream - one gets one and they all want one. It's nothing new. Keith likes to make a fuss."

All he needs now is a t*rt...

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