Dylan Avery discusses balls; Uh, not his own, of course.
Can someone cue "Three Blind Mice"?
So Dylan Avery likes talking about balls, and doods with balls in their mouths. Hey, that's his mature way of responding to critics, by using all that homoerotic imagery floating around his noggin'.
As Jerry Seinfeld might say, not that there's anything wrong with that.
Still, the following thread's gotta make you wonder if little Dylan will ever mature past third grade and realize that Loose Change Final Cut, executive produced by moonhowler extraordinaire Alex Jones, is unlikely to ever bag him a career in filmmaking past hanging out in Oneonta with his loser/Looser sycophants. You can read it all here:
A couple of choice nuggets from dingbat Dylan:
"I'm surprised Mr. Lemons had enough air to write that article with Pat's balls so deep in his throat."
and when someone on his forum calls his language homophobic,
"I'm not being homophobic. I have nothing against gay people. I'm just saying Pat and Lemons should get a room."
This last statement is particularly rib-ticklin' considering the fact that in the BBC doc about 9/11 conspiracy theories earlier this year, D-man is shown mostly hanging around with a bunch of kiss-ass fellas who worship the ground he walks on. Also, the doc shows Louder than Words' production offices, and it looks like, well, a commune where a lot of doods live.
Hey, not that there's anything wrong with that.
Another poster to this string cheese incident has this line, "*adds Phoenix New Times and Lemons to the list of defendants at Nuremberg Trials II*."
This goes to prove how seriously delusional these guys are.
Of course, if Dylan the Douchebag had his own set of balls, he would have talked to me when I requested an interview for the piece. But he was too busy working on the "Final Cut," which we now learn is due out late 2007, early 2008, instead of the end of this month, as had been expected.
BTW, does it normally require two or three years, and three or four tries to get an 82 minute doc correct? Or is that Oneonta time you're on?
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