Sunday, March 02, 2003

MAYBE HE IS LEARNING FROM DURST: Great White singer Jack Russellis looking for immunity from prosecution before he'll testify about the events which led to 96 people burning to death at one of his band's gigs. You'd think that he'd been willing to help in any way he could, regardless of covering his own skinny butt, especially since the Great White camp maintain they had the required permissions for the large fireworks in enclosed space display.
Perhaps he's afraid the Great White lyrics might be held against him in a court of law:
I think I might take a little ride,
and burn your love house down,
like a burnin' house of love, a burnin' house of love.
Seriously: Just testify, you knob.

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