Skip to comments.Queen's Brian May Comes Out For The Protection of Comets from Vandalism
Posted on 06/29/2005 10:14:55 PM PDT by lainie
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Please see http://www.brianmay.com/brian/brianssb/brianssbjun05.html#29
Why are the leftists claiming that "Deep Impact" is a comet "desecration?" The last I heard, the younger ones were being told that the American right hates NASA and refuses to fund it properly, thus putting the kibosh on proper exploration. (YOU try correcting these people; I give up.)
MAN. I wish they'd make up their minds who they hate!
I always and instantly despised Queen and especially Freddy Mercury. Pompous, pretentious, protentious bombast and baloney.
I liked Queen pretty well. I'm just kind of shocked to find this weird response from someone who holds a PhD in Astronomy as Brian May does. He's apparently also writing a book on 19th century stereo photography. He put his science career on hold as a young man in order to be a rock star..heh.
His having designed and made his own guitar out of fireplace wood and chrome motorcycle is pretty cool.
Brian [note: not spelled Brain] 'May' like Comet, but I don't. The last time I used Comet, it desecrated my linoleum. That's why I switched to Ajax.
Seriously, we should nuke the Moon, and save the world from Moonbats barking in the night.
OK, you got me there. Any guy who can make a guitar out of firewood and a motorcycle is OK I guess. But what about his hair?
I just love it when celebrity a-holes come out strongly against something, while claiming to know something about it.
Note: this topic is from 6/29/2005. Thanks lainie.
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Wow. I guess there is no limit to just how kooky people can be.
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