01.11.12

The Only Appropriate Response To The Marriage Of Tim Tebow And John Parr’s Only Hit

Posted in Free Expression, Gridiron at 6:48 pm by

TIM TEBOW’S FIRE from BLACKMAGIC ROLLERCOASTER on Vimeo.

As mentioned in passing yesterday, thru the horrors miracles of modern technology, John Parr’s 1985 turgid “St. Elmo’s Fire”, theme to the Joel Schmumacher cinematic atrocity of the same name, has been revised to reflect the recent heroics of Denver’s much celebrated 24-year-old virgin QB. “Flag On The Play” hosts Paul Doucette and Hugh Stewart, the men behind “the world’s number one source for magic and conspiracy related football news”, have done Mr. Parr a considerable favor, producing a MUSIC VIDEO for “Tim Tebow’s Fire”, free of charge.

2 Responses to “The Only Appropriate Response To The Marriage Of Tim Tebow And John Parr’s Only Hit”

  1. Chip Ramsey says:

    John Pare also had another hit called “Naughty Naughty”

  2. GC says:

    to quote Barry Dworkin, just because it sold a lot of copies doesn’t mean it was any good.

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