Hold on There Ya Little Crackers!

I knew it! I just knew it! Well, guessed it a probability, at any rate. And note the source. It could just be a load of bull.


March 23, 2006 -- ISAAC Hayes may not have quit "South Park" at all - or at least not willingly. Turns out Hayes has been away from Comedy Central's hit show for the past three months because he had a stroke. According to foxnews.com, he's at home recuperating and did not issue the press release which said he was quitting because the show made fun of his faith. That release was put out by fellow Scientologist Christina "Kumi" Kimball, a fashion executive for designer Craig Taylor. According to foxnews.com, "Hayes loves 'South Park' and needs it for income. He has a new wife and a baby on the way."
Here's hoping:
  1. It's true!
  2. If it is, that he recovers his health both quickly and completely.
  3. This whole affair is setting up an episode where the boys go on a mission to rescue Chef from aliens or some kind of kinky Sex Cult.
  4. Russ Feingold wins the Dem's nomination for President in '08 (just seein' if yer still with me here. ;-)
Alright, so the link in #3 has nothing to do with kinky sex cults. I did LMAO when I found it in a Google search though. So, like, whatever..

Come on Chef! Shake it off baby!

Or not. lol!

H/t to The Raving Atheist.


  1. Sounds like somebody's been eating too many black salty balls. So he had a stroke and he's expecting a baby? Hmmm. That sounds like some tough sex. And, since Chef got shot several times, fell to his death and then got eaten by a bear...I'm doubting he'll be back.

  2. I don't know Neil. Maybe it was one of those bears that could only digest the bullets.

    As per usual, I'm not holdin' my breath though. Not for Chef's return, anyway.

  3. What happened on the episode. I used to watch SP but just felt like I had didn't ever have time to watch it. I'm always in bed when it comes on. Mostly I watch during the summer when I'm off. Did the episode already happen? I read somewhere that they killed him off amillion different ways or something...

  4. Also... I'm with you for #4!!!

  5. I'm with you on #4 also. (Although thus far, I've been rooting for Mark Warner, former gov. of VA.) Feingold is an interesting idea.

    As for Hayes, if you are in the age range where strokes would not be an odd occurrance, having kids is a terrible idea.


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