ANDREW DICE CLAY: NOW IT'S MY TURN!

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Andrew Dice Clay must be thinking “If Mickey Rourke can make a comeback – I can TOO!” After all, they both hang out at Mulberry Street Pizza in Beverly Hills. It’s generally believed that “political correctness” killed the Diceman’s career. We do NOT support political correctness, but we’re not too fond of misogynists either. This year Clay has had a lot of concert dates so he’s making SOME money, but nothing like “The Wrestler” has come his way yet. Don’t you love the way he ignores the sign behind him?

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Posted by hoodlum on January 12, 2009

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  1. By Anonymous
    On January 12, 2009 at

    Janet,
    I would tend to believe he makes more money than you.

  2. By gerard Vandenberg
    On January 12, 2009 at

    ………..BUT WHAT ABOUT MY MUM, folks?

  3. By Anonymous
    On January 13, 2009 at

    Janet why do you eep writing about this loser? Enough already

  4. By Anonymous
    On January 13, 2009 at

    I’m glad he is out of the spotlight. A complete LOSER.

  5. By Anonymous
    On January 13, 2009 at

    Political correctness didn’t kill his career. His lack of talent killed his career.

  6. By Miss Eva
    On January 13, 2009 at

    What a horrendous, phony-looking dye job–every bit as bad as Tom Selleck’s! Who do they think they’re fooling when they exempt a few grey hairs and whiskers around the temples? It seems that all men who color their hair use the same color from the same bottle, especially the D.C. crowd. Damn fools!

  7. By Reta
    On January 13, 2009 at

    He still is talentless, only NOW he is uglier, fater, balder, dyes what hair he DOES have, has bags under his eyes that could hold his whole career. Go away ugly freak! No one is interested in you!!! Creep!!!

  8. By Anonymous
    On January 13, 2009 at

    Janet dated him in the early 1980s. Her sister told me

  9. By Anonymous
    On January 14, 2009 at

    Nevermind the photo, didn’t he die several years ago?

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