Jimmy Kimmel did a segment the other night where a staffer went to the Coachella music festival, and asked people to comment on made-up bands, like "The Chelsea Clintons" and "The Obesity Epidemic." The result was a bunch of hipsters embarrassing themselves. And apparently the guys at FootballNation.com liked the idea, because they sent someone to the NFL Draft, and asked fans to comment on PLAYERS that DON'T ACTUALLY EXIST. It's actually more ridiculous than the Kimmel one, because the player names are SO obviously fake . . . and also R-rated. Warning! May Not Be Safe For Work!
And here's the Kimmel one where his staff went to Coachella and asked concert goers about bands that don't actually exist:
Black Sabbath vocalist Ozzy Osbourne went on the BBC in England to discuss the band's new single, "God Is Dead?" and the inspiration behind the track. Ozzy explained, "I was in somebody's office and there was a magazine on a table and it just said, 'God Is Dead,' and I suddenly thought about 9/11 and all these terrorist things and religion and how many people have died in the name of religion. When you think about the tragedy that's happened throughout time, it just came in my head. You'd think by now that their God would have stopped people dying in the name of, so I just starting thinking that people must be thinking, 'Where is God? God is dead' and it just hit me."
Ozzy added that the question mark at the end of the title is his way of showing that he's not sure about the answer himself, saying, "At the end of the thing, there's still a bit of hope because there I sing that I don't believe that God is dead. It's just a question of when you see so many dreadful people killing each other with bombs, and blowing the tube trains up and the World Trade Center." Just a few detes for you:
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