“Patrick Grady’s ass belongs to me.”

Internet tough guys and bullies make me want to vomit.

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I will decide how and when to collect it.

There is a fine line between garden-variety derangement and full-bore insanity.  Just sayin’.

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13 Responses to “Patrick Grady’s ass belongs to me.”

  1. Dianna says:

    It’s going to be a bit of a puzzler how he could possibly – after all the lolsuits and stupid shenanigans he’s gotten up to in the last couple years – take possession of any part of Grady’s anatomy.

    Rolling down the peninsula.

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  2. WiliamG says:

    Bill Schmalfeldt must share his brain cell with Thomas A Mix. They are both dumber then a row of posts and both are equally positive that their delusions are the truth


  3. Simo Häyhä says:

    Bill Schmalfeldt reminds me of Ken McElroy. Only not as ambulatory. You’re the Teflon bully until you’re not.

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  4. “Patrick Grady’s ass belongs to me.” – More homoerotica from Bill.

    Just go down to the nearest Blue Oyster bar and get it over with buddy.

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    • JeffM says:

      It would help if we had independent verification of that night in Yokahama. Witless swears up and down that it was not a transsexual he performed with and that he was the doer rather than the doee, but I fear that his reputation for truthfulness means that he may have already been to the Blue Oyster, and more than once.

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  5. If I remember correctly, the “transgender” issue comes from the fact that he asked a crossdresser to dance. He used that as an example of how dark it was, or how drunk he was, or something like that.
    Unfortunately, he also was ambiguous on the gender of the participant in the on stage event. He said something very close to ‘I’ve had sex in front of a paying audience…’ Inquiring minds want to know. The rest of us just want to forget it all.

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    • Well, IIRC, he didn’t describe the man’s clothing. The connotation I recall was only that he drunkenly assumed that a person was female, who turned out not to be. I don’t recall any expository text as to any factors aside from alcohol that confused him.


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