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"311, I am ready to fight"

From August J. Pollak, via Atrios (I think):
Former Creed lead singer Scott Stapp and members of the band 311 were involved in a fight on Thanksgiving in the lounge of a luxury hotel, according to hotel security staff and 311 members.

311 were in Baltimore for a weekend concert when several members ran into Stapp earlier that day, band drummer Chad Sexton told The Associated Press ... Sexton said there were no problems during the first meeting.

But Stapp later came into the Harbor Court Hotel bar while Sexton and bandmates SA Martinez and P-Nut were watching basketball on television. He stepped in front of the screen and said, "311, I am ready to fight," according to Sexton.

Sexton said the band tried to defuse the situation, and Stapp went to the bar to drink. Later, he made "inappropriate" comments to Martinez's wife, and was confrontational with Sexton.

"All of a sudden, he clocked me in the left side of my face," Sexton said. "Then a huge fight broke out."
Also from August J. Pollack is a painting he says might just be the greatest of all time (click to enlarge):
Rush the Warrior

Fantasy artist, Clyde Caldwell, turns his brush to political satire! Everyone’s favorite conservative talk show host does battle with a 3-headed liberal monster, as he protects “Lady Liberty” and “Miss Justice” from the lecherous tentacles of the forked-tongued Bill and his cronies.
You can buy a print here for only $20. I think my Christmas shopping is done!

...Battlepanda, in the comments, adds:
I guess that anal cyst that prevented Rush from going to Vietnam is proving no impediment to the slaying of three-headed liberal beasts. And perhaps a threesome afterwards with the sluttiest depictions of liberty and justice I've ever seen.

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