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Posted on 08/30/2013 6:24:11 PM PDT by Perdogg
Top Ten Interesting Things About Robin Thicke and His Song "Blurred Lines," With a Special Focus on the Various Sexual, Cultural, Legal, and Racial Controversies It Has Spawned
Trust me, this is all more interesting than you're probably thinking right now.
Robin Thicke is the son of Alan Thicke, which makes him irredeemably Canadian. Despite this pathetic joke of a backstory, he currently has America's #1 single, and it is the longest-surviving #1 on the charts for two years. It's currently the number-two selling record of 2013, with five million copies sold, and will easily beat the number one selling record, which only has sold 5.7 million copies. As "Blurred Lines" is not yet even beginning its fall down the charts, it will definitely sell 6 million and probably 8.
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Anybody who agrees to perform on stage with a karaoke Disney product that constantly sticks out her tongue while badly lip-syncing to pre-recorded tracks other people wrote and recorded deserves about the same amount of attention as I gave that hock of flem I spat on the street 15 years ago.
Somebody needs to fire up their flux capacitor and go back in time to explain the benefits of condoms to Alan Thicke and Billy Ray Cyrus.
Man, I never heard of Robin Thicke, before this post.
Ace’s article was much more entertaining than the song.
I disagree. I never saw the Miley disaster, but I’ve seen Blurred Lines both NSFW and SFW. The song is absolutely catchy and makes you want to dance. And I’m 50.
Me neither. A one hit wonder where ‘hit’ is defined as appearing once on a ‘Floor Fillers’ compilation before being forgotten. The reason we don’t hear about these people anymore is because they’re nobodies. No talent, no class, no nothing.
How many “what’s a TV?” and “today’s music is garbage” and “get off ma lawn!!” comments are we going to get from all the cranky old farts?
De gustibus non est disputandum. :-)
RE: Man, I never heard of Robin Thicke, before this post.
You’re not missing anything. He’s not even that good a singer.
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