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Improvement to Celebrity Bashing

Violent and therapeutic fun
 
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Vent your frustrations with, or exorcise your hatred of, the celebrity of your choice by beating the hell out of a facsimile of that person. Depending on how much you pay, you can take a baseball bat to a straw – stuffed suit of clothes wearing a cheap George W. mask or take apart a frighteningly realistic blood and organ spewing animatronic Cher with advanced weaponry (a *really* expensive option).

Maybe get some life-sized heavy-duty marionette violence going. Your choice, made to order.

Not very p.c. I guess…

Tried to search on this, but couldn't think of what terms to use.

snarfyguy, Oct 30 2002


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       Oh, yeah, I remember that one (BC's link). No clones here -- just dummies and machines.
snarfyguy, Oct 30 2002
  

       This is Baked by just about every political riot I've seen (on TV - I don't go to these things).
DrCurry, Nov 01 2002
  

       You should go see Gwar play live, they do exactly this.
At the last few shows of theirs I saw, they disemboweled Osama Bin Laden, Elvis, and I think GWB even made an appearance somewhere along the way.
AfroAssault, Apr 26 2005
  

       If it's your money then shouldn't you be able to choose non-celebrity dummies do destroy. Having never met any celebs, I feel disassociated with them, but there are a few people I know that I wouldn't mind being able to give a sound beating without the legal ramifications.
hidden truths, Apr 26 2005
  


 

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