Cheap Pops in 90s Rock Or, Billy Corgan’s Still A Douche.

A few nights ago, I was jolted out of a deep slumber with a burning question plaguing my thoughts:

“Do you think, when the Smashing Pumpkins perform Tonight, Tonight in San Francisco, they change the lyrics from, “And the embers never fade/In the city by the lake/The place where you were born” to “And the embers never fade/In the city by the bay/The place where you were born”?

That is what snatched me from sleep — not questions about why the U.S. turned a blind eye to torture in Iraq or whether Omar al-Bashir will actually pay for his war crimes or even why DADT hasn’t been repealed yet, but whether Billy Corgan goes for the cheap pop when playing in San Francisco.

Shame tastes like gingerbread cookies.

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2 thoughts on “Cheap Pops in 90s Rock Or, Billy Corgan’s Still A Douche.

  1. I was jolted out of a deep slumber the other night with the realisation that I forgot to give a 2 1/2 year old her broccoli with dinner. That’s what happens when you’re a nanny and your employer makes a lot of demands.

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