Still pretty certain that you’ll never have to see a naked picture of me online.
Thanks, but no thanks ‘michiganmilfsex’ tumblr account.
blondmisanthrope said: Some might ask if that makes you crazy. Possibly. Kidding aside, I would remove it.
/// So you’re saying Gone, Daddy, Gone?
Leave it to you to remind me of another album I’d need to dump that I used to like…
I look at it this way: I loved Hendrix’s music. I deployed his drug abuse and behavior. Mozart was a drunken womanizer. His music transcends his person. Appreciate the music, eschew the personality.
/// I find that easier to do with artists from the past.
In part because, you know, they’ve died.
In part because, you know, we are all conditioned, unfortunately, to say ‘those were different times.’
But it’s harder when it is a current artist who is contemporary and active to say ‘I can make distinctions between the art and the artist.’
Remember, I dumped all of my Beck when I realized he was a Scientologist.
Kept all the Isaac Hayes recordings made before they got him.
Those aren’t comparable, but the fact that Cee-Lo and R Kelly are still out there and their music/personalities are prevalent to a certain extent in pop culture, it makes it hard to enjoy their work, particularly when you see and hear that work used in reporting about them.
…and now I have to decide do I grandfather Cee-Lo’s music that I liked and was done before he pleaded no contest to drugging and raping a woman, or if I pull an R Kelly and delete every song from my iTunes because between that and his tweets, I’m repulsed.