RJackson: If you are such a giant William Melvin Hicks fan, why do you spend all of your time trolling the Creative Loafing messages boards trying to find someone that you can flame and belittle? Shouldn't you be sharpening your jokes, wit and timing for the big stage. Lets just be honest, you are not very funny or clever and posting up Bill Hicks youtube videos does nothing for you RJackson, but make you seem more boring and uninteresting. My favorite thing about your rampant Bill Hicks worship (and the funniest) is that you type your little opinions and hateful diatribes all over this website and then if someone else expresses a thought or idea, that does not perfectly align with what you are saying, you call them a cunt. You seem like a fascist and a really unintelligent one at that. If there is anything that Bill Hicks wasn't, it was an unintelligent fascist. So look, quit bringing Bill Hicks up, sullying his name and embarrassing yourself until you can properly express a reasonable opinion in a public forum, with out coming across like a disheartened dickhead. Also, I heard that once you spend sixty plus hours of your life on this website, you get the cover, you are almost there.
Some of us out here have been reading Creative Loafing since it's inception. Some of us, like my self, just since the days of Jane Cato. Obviously, one person on a blog cannot speak for the entire reading population of a citywide publication, but I can say for myself that the most consistently funny and interesting thing that Creative Loafing has offered to it's long term readers is The Blotter and News of the Weird. To some of us those columns are like grits or a meatloaf sandwich, just really comfortable. The issue that I am having lately is when it seems like a writer has written a very ambitious story on anything from The High Museum of Art to Tom Jumper Chevrolet, News of the Weird gets the ax and The Blotter gets cut in half. It is a drag. Honestly, Creative Loafing could change it's name to The Blotter/News of the Weird weekly and I would still pick it up and read it.
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