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Oscar Wildcat - 2014-05-14
Her vocal fry so heavily modulates her actual voice that it sounds autotuned.
Bort - 2014-05-14
The first and only time Rogue touched Cyclops.
memedumpster - 2014-05-14
If Miley isn't a drug addict covering that up and her dog really did die, which saddened her to susceptibility to the flu, which was then followed by a horrible allergic reaction to antibiotics leading to hospitilization, my god that sucks, sorry, Miley.

This person has no sympathy for Miley's horrifically awful chain of recent events.
RocketBlender - 2014-05-14
Is that actually something someone said somewhere?

memedumpster - 2014-05-14
I did a search to see why she cancelled. Those were the reasons given for the string of recent cancellations according to the fluff media.

infinite zest - 2014-05-14
Yeah I guess there's a whole bunch of rumors that it's all fake, and she's just on drugs or pregnant. I kind of miss the days when these things happened. I went to a Mark Lanegan show years and years ago and basically they announced that he was checking into rehab so he couldn't play.

Miss Henson's 6th grade class - 2014-05-14
Eh, laugh all you want, but she's probably at the age where missing a concert by your favorite musician is the worst thing in the entire world.
infinite zest - 2014-05-14
Spoken by a true middle school class. This made me sad. With me it was different, but I got sick the night I was going to see The Exploding Hearts, my then-absolutely favorite favorite favorite. So they played and I didn't go, but was like "ok at least I'll see them next time.." If you know the story there wasn't a next time.

Miley's a big enough deal that it's hard to even have an "oh well I'll see her next time" reaction. Sure I don't like her music but I'm also not a high:middle schooler. Probably months of anticipation and then nothing. Grades, schoolnights, planning for college.. Getting your money (or probably your parents') back really doesn't matter in the face of disappointment :(

Jet Bin Fever - 2014-05-14
I got to see the Cure when I was about 17 back before Robert Smith looked like Miss Havisham. It probably would've crushed me had they cancelled it.

Scrimmjob - 2014-05-14
This happened to me only it was King Diamond, and he came back like 3 months later.

baleen - 2014-05-14
I have bought tickets to see Ween three times and on each time the stars colluded to stop me from going.
I didn't cry about it though.

Potrod - 2014-05-14
The last 3 concerts I've seen were Ween and I'm still kinda bummed there won't be any more.

infinite zest - 2014-05-14
:( !!!!!!!!! Ween's gone. Way to break news to me I should have known about a few years ago.

infinite zest - 2014-05-14
I don't feel like wading through US magazine.com or whatever to find the exact city, but I think Miley Cyrus returning to like St. Louis in 3 months is probably less likely than King Diamond returning to like St. Louis in 3 months.

You can probably guess which one I'd rather see though.

Prickly Pete - 2014-05-14
In her defense, she's probably retarded. Not because she's a Miley fan, I just get that vibe from her. Is it just me? Do I have particularly attuned tardy-sense?
oddeye - 2014-05-14
Did they get their money back? Otherwise I'd be a bit pissed off too.
baleen - 2014-05-14
First world goblins.
James Woods - 2014-05-15

John Holmes Motherfucker - 2014-05-15
The things that make me cry are not necessarily the things that make you cry, but I do cry sometimes, and when I do, thank god there isn't a tv reporter around to film it. The first time I saw Kurosawa's IKIRU, I bawled. Loudly! It was a transcendent artistic experience, but if you could see me at the time, I would probably set off your tardy-sense.
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