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Discussion in 'Community' started by jefhatfield, Feb 20, 2004.
golly gosh gee whiz.
words escape me.
<signs up for next round of american idol - plans to engage in professional-style hula-hooping, while singing>
I feel truly inspired...like I've never felt in my life...
Huh? Oh...yeah. Fine. Whatever.
(goes back to sleep)
Was that a post?
Anyway you gotta love ths spirit.
that was the ONLY american idol episode I ever saw and I was amazed.
I mean he obviously had no skill, stating the obvious, but that was an absolute class act.
He gone money from FUSE? the tv station?
wow, way to go him!
People love an underdog
at least he tried more than some people can say
after all, does anyone remember another Asian talent brought to us by jef?
Wing--The Music Sensation of this Eon
Word on the street is he has a record deal
listen to Wing and you'll be less surprised.
Just my attempt at appearing underwhelmed. Obviously it failed.
I'm not sure what kind of future Will Hung has. Maybe he could change just one letter of his name and become, I dunno, a rap star.
Be a part of this growing community of fans and support our favorite Berkeley student in future musical endeavors!
This is the original design and the only one that is trying to get William Hung an iPod and/or a gift certificate to Berkeley's local college bookstore, Ned's. Buy a shirt and help buy Will an iPod!
you are talking about wing...i think mr jamin brought us this great singer from new zealand
what makes william hung interesting is that he goes to school somewhat near me so he is our local sensation and we are all rooting for him...the last time anyone from cal berkeley made such a splash was from one of its ex professors...the unabomber
the truly strange and freaky seem to have come from that school and william hung's look, dance, and singing voice is too irresistable for the counter culture berkeley crowd to resist...so come on brother comrade, let's watch this non talent take on the greedy, capitalistic record companies and their slick, packaged stars