Friday, July 28, 2006

LEE RYAN'S DREAM IS OVER

It's hard to believe, we know, but the dream of Lee Ryan - solo superhero is over.

He's been dropped by Sony-BMG after disappointing sales.

Of course, Lee wouldn't want you to be upset at this news. Not while elephants are dying.


4 comments:

Anonymous said...

HOW OLD IS THAT COMMENT?? LEE SAID THAT YEARS AGO. GET OVER IT EVERYONE ELSE HAS.

Pierre said...

You can't go wrong with a good punchline.

Anonymous said...

that news is not true. lee's not been dropped by his label.

simon h b said...

How old is that comment? Well, let's see, it was in the immedeate aftermath of the cold-blooder murder of three thousand people (and attempted murder of hundreds of thousands) that Lee demonstrated both his inability to empathise even with enormous suffering and his limited mental capacity to realise when it's better to just keep quiet. So that would make it five years the month after next.

I think it's useful to remind ourselves of Ryan's lack of wit and empathy from time to time, don't you? Or do you wish people didn't keep dragging up that even while people were still hoping for news of their loved ones, knowing it was fruitless but still clinging to some sort of hope, Ryan was prattling away about how it was all being blown out of proportion?

In fact, wasn't 'get over it' pretty much what Ryan suggested the tens of thousands bereaved in the US did?

It's the defining phrase of Ryan's life. It's always going to follow him around. Maybe you should get over it.

Anonymous #2 - it might be wrong, although it's certainly credible that he's been given the bullet. I've sourced where I read the story he has. Have you got a source for the counter story?

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