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Posted: 14 Apr 06, 00:13 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Freddie Mercury-a gross, vulgar, decaying, immoral, evil, evil, immoral, wicked, evil, sinful, decaying waste of a man.

His stupid and short little life wasn't never nothing but having sex with gay mans and being addicted to drugs and bring a SINNER! A SINNER!

WHere is he now?...HELL!! HELL!!

He IS burning in HELL!!

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Posted: 14 Apr 06, 00:31 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

As soon as possible, Mercury made the gay promiscuous lifestyle his own. In April 1975, following Queen's heroes' welcome at Tokyo Airport (where one reported joked that Mercury would feel at home considering the Japanese tendency towards buck teeth), he threw himself into the city's bath-house and male geisha scenes. He even made friends with Japan's answer to Danny La Rue, Miwa Akihiro Maruyama. After Japan, he developed a huge, long-standing fascination with New York's gay nightlife. "When I go there I just slut myself", he said. "It's sin city... all tripping in at eight or nine every morning, taking throat injections so I can still sing."
This side was kept scrupulously hidden from the public. Althought he once mentioned that one day he would "out" several well-known celebrities and conduct a "tell all" interview about his own sexuality, he never did. Later on, this reticence damned him in the gay community's eyes, but he left enough clues. In the early '80s he followed the leather boy look with the "gay clone" image that originated in San Francisco's Castro district. Miles away from the fancy dress/drag-act stylings of glam rock, this white vest/jeans/short hair/moustahce combo still looks pretty confrontational. At a gig in Vancouver, disgusted fans threw disposable razors onstage in protest, but the moustache stayed. Indeed, with 1985's career-reviving performance at Live Aid, the co'ck-duster was thrust into the faces of millions.
In the last decade of his life, Mercury spent much time in his new favourite haunt, Munich, and had long-standing relationships with Winnie Kirchberger and Jim Hutton (as well as Barbara Valentin). But his vast, free-ranging appetite only faltered when the HIV virus began depleting his energies. As he once noted; "I'm just an old slag who gets up every morning, scratches his head and wonders what he wants to f'uck."

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Freddie Mercury was equally apathetic about public opinion. And this carefree attitude was not only portrayed in his appearance but also in his ruthless promotional schedule. So when Queen's sales faltered in Britain and America (in the eraly '80s), they visited the repressive regimes in Brazil and Argentina instead. These tours prompted Rolling Stone to dub them "the first truly fascist rock band" (surely they meant "monarchist"?). Again in the mid-'80s, they disregarded a cultural boycot by playing South Africa's notoriously racist Sun City entertainment complex. Mercury dismissed the resulting complaints as "boring". Like royalty, he thought of himself above politics.
It's true, he could be a right royal pain in the a'rse as his b'itchy provcations and temper worsened through the '70s. He'd sack his whole tetinue only to reinstate them later - he even once tried to sack lover Jim Hutton before being reminded that he wasn't actually an employee. On one occasion over dinner, after taking a dislike to a woman accompanying Roger Taylor, he leaned over and asked her: "And how big is your c'unt, dear? Can you get it over your head, dear?"
Mercury even managed to annoy the Sex Pistols when, in 1977, Queen recorded their sixth album News Of The Wolrd in London's Wessex studios as the Sex Pistols recorded their debut next door. During one recording session, Sid Vicious wandered into the wrong room to find Mercury sitting alone at the piano. "Ah, Freddie Mercury," he said. "Still bringing ballet to the masses then?"
"Oh yes, Mr Ferocious," Mercury shot back. "We're doing our best, my dear, we're definitely doing our best."
Such behaviour was presumably exacerbated by another love affair he maintained into the late '80s: cocaine. Once, flying to America on Concorde, he discovered a large stash in his bag, and in an attempt to avoid an awkward US customs bust, snorted the lot. "Freddie didn't need the plane," his personal manager Paul Prenter recounted. "He was so high on drugs he could have flown over the Atlantic by himself."
In 1983, he began working on tracks with Michael Jackson in Los Angeles. However, relationships between the two stars cooled thanks to Mercury's constant trips to the toilet.
It wasn't just drugs, though. Mercury consumed everything else with equal gusto. He called himself and his bandmates "a greedy bunch of c'unts", and never pretended he didn't love being filthy rich. Even into his later years of seclusion in Montreux, Switzerland he never stopped spending. "Yesterday I went shopping at Cartier's", he once said. "I rang up to see if they could leave it open for me, and they actually did. I went alonog and felt like Zsa Zsa Gabor. I spent thousands."

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Posted: 14 Apr 06, 00:32 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

One-night stands often recieved gifts of £6000 watches. A particularly attentive male air steward was apparently rewarded with a £25,000 Mercedes. Mercury spent £2 million decorating his new Kensington house with antique furniture, Japanese ceramics and French paintings and once saw a painting by Francisco Goya that he simply had to have. The owner was prepared to sell for £500,000 but the government wouldn't allow it to leave Spanish soil, so Mercury started making plans to buy some property in Ibiza.
But his most treasured possessions were his cats and his fish. When he died in 1991, Mercury had one of the largest collections of koi carp in Britain. While touring he would often spend hours phoning his cats. Once, Mary Austin phoned his Munich home to inform the singer that one of his pets had died. After hearing the news, a devastated Mercury spat: "We have to fly to London right now!"
But cats and koi carp weren't the only thing required to keep him happy.
"He had his own cook, maids, a valet, a chauffeur," commented friend, Tony Hadley of Spandau Ballet. "Freddie gave the impression that he had to be surrounded by people, his own instant audience, all the time."
Peter Stringfellow once witnessed Mercury's attention-seeking at a gay night in his London club, The Hippodrome. "I was on the balcony with my girlfriend when suddenly a weird atmosphere came over the place," he recalled. "There was a big buzz of excitement and everyone stopped whatever they had been doing and looked over at something. It was Freddie. He had arrived, dressed all in white, and it was literally as if the Queen of Sheba had walked in. The crowd went completely beserk. A thunderous applause got up which Freddie took entirely as his due. His attitude was, Welll, of course! I've just walked in. What can you expect?"

On 24 November 1991, Freddie Mercury finally died of AIDS at the age of 45. He is arguably the most famous figure to have succumbed to the disease. The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert took place on 20 April 1991 and 72,000 people filled Wembley Stadium to see a selection of performers play in his honour. It was a dull affair, but a trio of dames made the event at least slightly memorable: Liz Taylor discussed AIDS awareness; David Bowie recited The Lord's Prayer, then, for the finale, one of Mercury's biggest influnences - Liza Minnelli - led a bizarre chorus line that included Elton John and Axl Rose through We Are The Champions.
If the evening wasn't quite fit for a king, the overblown climax at least was fitting. The time of his death was appropriate too. Mercury was never one to shrink away from the limelight and he ackowledged that old age wouldn't have suited him.
"It's boring to be 70," he once declared. "I won't be there I'll be dead and gone, dear. If I'm dead tomorrow I don't give a damn. I've lived, I really have."
In that respect, even in death, Mercury's sense of timing was impeccable. And of course it was all done in the best possible taste.

Where is he now...HELL!!

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Posted: 14 Apr 06, 00:55 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

*yaaawn*


Je vais bien.

Estoy bien.
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Posted: 14 Apr 06, 01:12 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Why did you continue to write down such a lot of words without sleeping?
staying up till late at night is evil to health...
Behave yourself! :P


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Posted: 14 Apr 06, 02:08 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Mr. Snow nobody cares what do you think so shut the f**k up.

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Posted: 14 Apr 06, 02:15 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

mr snow go suck a donut you cumstain!

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Posted: 14 Apr 06, 10:44 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

YOUR A GIMP.


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Posted: 14 Apr 06, 13:13 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Mr Snow will you go and piss off and annoy someone else like Elton John


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Posted: 14 Apr 06, 13:16 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Mr. Snow, how about a threesome? You, me and Fred Astaire?


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Posted: 14 Apr 06, 13:20 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The Millionaire Waltz wrote:

Mr. Snow, how about a threesome? You, me and Fred Astaire?


Hmmm.. I'll join! Or brutally murder him. Either one.


"It’s not often we play in daylight, and I fucking well wish we did before, I can see you all now. And there are some beauties here tonight, I can tell you!" ;)
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Posted: 14 Apr 06, 13:23 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The Millionaire Waltz wrote:

Mr. Snow, how about a threesome? You, me and Fred Astaire?

What is it with you and Fred Astaire?

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Posted: 14 Apr 06, 14:05 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Those this guy likes to talk alone?

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Posted: 14 Apr 06, 16:29 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

u ****** ******. Freddie was a lengend not like some people so LAY OFF !!! k. And i hope you ****** burn in HELL!!!

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Posted: 14 Apr 06, 16:35 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Kate4Freddie123 wrote:

u ****** ******. Freddie was a lengend not like some people so LAY OFF !!! k. And i hope you ****** burn in HELL!!!

How sweet, you censored yourself.

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Posted: 14 Apr 06, 16:56 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

you are a penis


Freedom of choice is what you've got

Freedom from choice is what you want



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Posted: 14 Apr 06, 16:57 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I think we're all more or less aware of the fact that Fred Astaire is a sex god. He really is, trust me on this one...


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Posted: 14 Apr 06, 17:06 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

u seem to like to talk about them gay mans....u considering to come out soon?


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Posted: 14 Apr 06, 17:11 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

skiqueen wrote:

u seem to like to talk about them gay mans....u considering to come out soon?


Who, me? I can't even afford a closet to come out of!


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