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    They Actually Have To Rehearse This?

    They Actually Have To Rehearse This?

    A few weeks ago I posted a video of anti-Israel activists from the Boycott Divestment Sanctions movement who targeted Aroma Cafe, an Israeli coffee shop chain, as they do a wide range of Israeli-related products and companies.

    Their thing is to create flashmobs, where they start singing to a tune by Lady Gaga, “Bad Romance,” to disrupt businesses by making it uncomfortable for customers. (Apparently, the tactic started with union protests at a hotel in San Francisco.)

    Can you believe it, they actually have rehearsals for this? (h/t AussieDave)

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    Where to start. The tall guy with the black lipstick, dreds and SKIRT.
    The fat girl in the red tutu with the boob belt. The little skinny twit on in the back.
    The lame words and impossibly lamer dance moves.
    Oy. Where's my hummus.
    Sad. Really sad.

    Desperate for attention. Period. That's the only explanation. I doubt they are very selective about their causes, so long as they can act strange.

    Now this is weird. Practice? We don't need no stinkin' practice. Boy, good thing we gay folks didn't need to rehearse Gaga's "Born that way" — nor did we do it to boycott anyone, or cause disruption. Protest to a song? Weird. And we already have more than 20 spoofs on it. Hysterical, satirical, lampoon stuff. But nothing more than making the gay giggle rounds.

    I don't know if we have a version spoofing the Rhode Island legislature's week long foray into sissy smooching, while the state is broke, corrupt and mismanaged. You know, "Broke this way" or "Corrupt this way."

    I'm sure there is. We're quite creative.

    I think Lefties should leave the entertainment to us professionals. I mean really, gay folks put on Broadway Shows, we're good at this.

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