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Whiz-ard of Rock

Whiz-ard of Rock

Look none of us are getting any younger, I get it.  And dudes that whole bladder control thing can be a slap in the pride but the fact of the matter is- when did it become ok to piss on the stage?  Well GG Alin had no issue but Gene Simmons?

Here at 3:40 the legend takes a whiz as if nothing is going on then simply steps back out of his puddle.  Good thing, there is a shit load of electricity up there and you’d hate to fry in your own urine.

I find this as funny as I do sad.  I suppose its so ‘rock and roll’ to be that irreverent then again its a legit medical disorder, then again FUCKING DEPENDS are available as is walking off the stage during the ‘doot doo doo doo’s’, seriously man no one would have missed you if you stepped off and pissed in a cup sparing us the show.

At 4:02 you see a security/roadie/janitor attempt to rush on stage to mop it up when Gene waves him away. Cuz hey man if it’s there- it’s there, buzz off.  What I would have liked to have seen is someone slide in it or at least the faces of the crew when the stream was in action.. a true ‘WTF?” moment for sure.

Please note that Gene also flips off an audience member perhaps for mocking his arc?  Dunno but at age 64 he is far too young to be that incontinent.  Somebody call him a doctor…(Calling Dr. Love….)

 

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