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4 definitions by Comet Cowboy

 
1.
a gold digger who married Sir Paul McCartney in 2002. She tried smear his reputation by saying that he abused her. Now wait a minute. Paul is a Beatle, that means that he can't go to the restroom without the press knowing about it. He was married to Linda for nearly 30 years. It was rare for a celebrity marriage, it truly lasted until death do they part. If he was a mean and abusive person, wouldn't we know about that long before now? Heather is just making up shit to gain sympathy and get more moolah. When she gets her settlement all Paul has to do is write another album and go on one of his marathon world tours and that will recoup his losses, then he can forget all about her.
Heather Mills married Paul for his money, now she wants to take it and run, as well get her famous 15 minutes.
dodane przez Comet Cowboy luty 09, 2007
 
2.
an Irish singer, popular in the late 80s - early 90s. In 1990 she had an international #1 hit (the Prince - written "Nothing Compares 2 U") and a #1 album: "I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got". She has great talent, an excellent singing voice and she can play some instruments and writes most of her songs, too. She has an extreme appetite for controversy however and in the autumn of 1992 it all backfired when on TV she ripped up a photograph of the beloved Pope John Paul II and shouted "Fight the real enemy!". By doing that she pissed off an entire planet because she dissed an icon admired by not just Catholics but Christians of other denominations, Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus, people of other faiths and more. Even atheists respected him for his stances on social issues and human rights. She did it to promote an album and it all flew back into her face. Sinead recordings were smashed by a steamroller in New York City. She had enough notority with her shaved head which didn't dilute her pretty features one bit. The picture-tearing incident put her fame in the trash can, as she never scored a big hit again.
Today she still says and does stupid controversial things in public, but her music career ain't going nowhere.
I saw Sinead O'Connor rip up a picture of Pope John Paul II on the Letterman show late night on TV. A few people cheered. Others gasped in disbelief.
dodane przez Comet Cowboy marzec 12, 2007
 
3.
An American car company, started by the entepreneur Henry Ford in the Detroit, Michigan area in the early 20th century. The name "FORD" is for many people an acronym in various forms:

Figure On Repairs Daily
Fix Or Repairs Daily
Found On the Road Dead
Fucked Over Rebuilt Dodge
Fucked Over Rebuilt Dishwasher

and on a positive angle:

First On Race Day
My second car was a Ford Fairmont. Because it had a V4 engine it took a few seconds to accelerate, but once it "clicked" it took off like a bat out of hell. Maybe it wasn't First On Race Day but maybe Fourth or Fifth On Race Day. It got me going. It never behaved like the negative acronyms suggest. It performed quite nicely.
dodane przez Comet Cowboy marzec 14, 2007
 
4.
1. Liberty, the ability to do what you want to as long as you're not hurting someone else. A cornerstone of the United States of America.

2. A 1985 hit for Wham!. Note how singer George Michael puts on the image of being straight in the lyrics.

3. Of all the hit songs that were written after 9/11 that truly expresses America's heritage of liberty, this song by Sir Paul McCartney does it best without turning patriotism into money. It's by a Brit, too. Imagine that. All the other "patriotic" pop and country tunes that the damn radio played are trend-chasing garbage.
1. The U.S. Constitution embodies American democratic freedom.

2. ... I don't want your freedom
I don't want to play around
I don't want nobody baby
Part time love just brings me down
I don't need your freedom
Girl all I want right now is you
Du du du...

3. ... I will fight for the right
To live in freedom...

dodane przez Comet Cowboy luty 09, 2007