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    1. You have a serious mental problem ….. and it’s called, islam. You DO KNOW that the entire purpose of that bullshit is SUBMISSION, right? You know, exactly what you’ve been doing since birth and continue doing so for it.

    2. That makes no sense at all, Jaackov. I can jack-off to anyone and anything anywhere in the world: any race, any age, any sexual orientation. Like Las Vegas: what goes on my head; stays in my head.

  1. As for the song/singing, well, “meh.” There are numerous faults of both tone and tune. If you’re going to put out an edited music video, well, then, edit it.

  2. “All I am saying is give Chance a piece.” Love his new looks and the new tone of his voice, though it’s not a music I care for.

  3. Nature’s first green is gold,
    Her hardest hue to hold.
    Her early leaf’s a flower;
    But only so an hour.
    Then leaf subsides to leaf.
    So Eden sank to grief,
    So dawn goes down to day.
    Nothing young can stay.

  4. Yes, Mr. Milkboys, thanks for posting this. Not the usual style in my archives but glad for the update on a fine fellow. There are plenty of people who would have thought that Bob Dylan would never have been a success with that voice so glad to see people encouraged. And, against the very small chance that I might ever meet Chance, I would want to be able to say I wrote a good review of his song. :)

  5. Whether or not he is judged good or bad as a singer now, which I think he is good, his voice is more “mature” now than when he was younger, if for no other reason it is deeper now. Grayson Chance is 20 now and has lost the cuteness of his first videos when he was 12. He knew he was gay at 16, but came out at 18 or 19 I think.

    1. “He knew he was gay at 16,”

      I’d be willing to bet he knew [within himself] he was gay long before that …. say around 10 years old.

  6. Well, I’d never pay to see him live, or buy any of his recordings, but if he strolled into an arcade I was discreetly cruising, sat down in a booth and left the door cracked open, hell yeah, I’d do him.

  7. I sure feel sorry for him. If that viral video had never happened he would probably end up leading a pretty normal life. They thrust him into the spotlight and of course Ellen didn’t help him any. He should’ve been allowed to grow up just a normal happy boy but instead he was forced to make music that he was not very good at.

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