Damn it, Mick.

In so many ways, this is just wrong.

I knew we should have made the attempt to outbid those insect bastards.

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33 responses to “Damn it, Mick.

  1. As Keith Richards has related, Miss Jagger, Her Majesty, Brenda, and Ladyship are nicknames for Mick at times he’s an annoying myna bird.

    Love the music; not so much the musician.

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  2. Spike

    “… sounds of Spike smashing his Stones albums and CD’s…”

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  3. Rusty

    What a drag it is getting old.

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  4. TennesseeDawg

    Sympathy for the Devil

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  5. Billy Mumphrey

    Senility can be a bitch.

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  6. ChilliDawg

    WTH.. They can’t even get the “real” Buzz for the photo op? Was he double booked at ComicCon?

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  7. DC Weez

    A certified fool.

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  8. AusDawg85

    Seriously…what does that poster even mean? And that’s a golf ball in the logo…?

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  9. Athens Dog

    at least the Buzz logo was designed by a UGA graduate (he needed the work)

    tech sux

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  10. Macallanlover

    Caitlyn posing by that picture is humorous enough, but how does that fit with a program best known for taking out opposing players’ knees and endangering their careers? Good sports indeed.

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  11. TennesseeDawg

    Unsportsmanlike? Oh….you mean like cut blocking?

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  12. truck

    At first glance I was sure that was Flag Boy.

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  13. truck

    And by the way, I’ll still take James Brown over Mick any day of the week.

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  14. Cousin Eddie

    When did un-sportsman like conduct become a 16 yard penalty?

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    • Just Chuck (The Other One)

      They just didn’t get the numbers right because it’s simple arithmetic, not calculus.

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  15. Dog in Fla

    @Lrgk9 June 18, 2015 at 7:13 AM
    “Love the music; not so much the musician.”

    However, he’s still working that sense of humor –

    Mick joked during the [Nashville] show, “We’ve got so many country artists here tonight…When I went to the VIP room back stage, wow, I’ve never seen so much heartbreak!”

    http://www.rollingstones.com/2015/06/18/zip-code-nashville-37213/

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  16. CannonDawg

    Mick and crew have the distinction of drawing 50,000 people to BDS, a feat which puts him in the company of the University of Georgia’s biennial football visit. Mick belts out that he “can’t get no satisfaction” while performing there. Georgia, on the other hand, finds little meaning in such lyrics. “Start Me Up” might be more fitting.

    Cheers, mate.

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  17. OMG, or better yet – WTF? Say it ain’t so Mick. Actually, Mick has always been 100% businessman. Just off the chart goofy for one of the legends of rock and roll. Still love the music.

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  18. Irishdawg

    This is even worse than “Harlem Shuffle”

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  19. Nate Dawg

    This’ll ‘make a grown man cry’..

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  20. AthensHomerDawg

    It was a fun show and glad it didn’t rain. There were an awful lot of nerds though. Mostly a friendly atmosphere. There were some raised eyebrows over our T shirts (Stones/Mark Richt Field) but most laughed it off. And that boring *we’re the state champs” meme is still active.

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    • Dog in Fla

      It was a great show in Orlando and glad it didn’t rain. There were an awful lot of old people many of whom were using durable medical equipment to get around undercover of the night. I think the Citrus Bowl and/or Stones set up krewe needs to work harder on tying the jig-saw puzzle of field level seat chairs together more tightly though, tight enough to get the ventilator blues. My woman almost had to parachute in. I’ve got no expectations that this could be the last time that feeling like a very tightly packed sardine would be a much better concert experience than feeling like a tightly packed sardine but you can’t always get what you want

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      • Reservoir Dawg

        Didja spend the night at the Memory Motel?

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        • Dog in Fla

          No, they said it was booked even though there was only one Jeep in the lot. I ain’t too proud to beg but this time I just saluted the flag and left. My girl was giving me a nineteenth nervous breakdown because it was such a world-class cluster fuck getting into and out of the Citrus Bowl where 55,000 showed up for what were at least 5,500 parking spaces. You could almost hear me sigh and then I was cut off by some stupid girls in a black limousine. I said can I get a witness, bitch please and the next thing I know there was a rent-a-cop banging on my window saying can’t you hear me knocking, you got to move.I said get off my cloud. He told me I was playing with fire. I told him it was not the last time. My girl had the usual faraway eyes and said all my love was in vain because I was acting like an asshole in heavy traffic as I usually do and I told her I was the salt of the earth and that she could paint my ass black and start me up. She told me she would not miss me and like I was shattered, whatever, so with mixed emotions we just drove the home along with the rest of the knuckleheads who didn’t get a room, which made for some interesting gimme shelter rest stop stories

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      • AusDawg85

        Yeah, but if you try sometimes, you just might get what you need.

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        • Dog in Fla

          That used to work for me when I could get my ya’s ya’s out and ready for action more quickly. I’ve got no expectations that that will happen anymore

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  21. Mike Cooley

    Keef would never get within ten feet of that stupid thing.

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  22. Reservoir Dawg

    They had the Statesboro blues long before they got that Tech $hit on their shoes.

    http://www.macon.com/2015/05/04/3728988_rolling-stones-played-at-georgia.html?rh=1

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