"Right Wing Troll Boy" , by "Rocky Mountain Mike" from Raleigh NC

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From a guy named "Rocky Mountain Mike", here is a link for his tune called "Right Wing Troll Boy" ... sung to the tune of Glenn Campbells "Like a Rhinestone Cowboy". I heard this on today's Stephanie Miller Show. They liked it so much they played it again later in the show. I think it will be a hit with the people on Thom's radio show, the message board, and especially in the chat room.

http://soundcloud.com/mike-in-raleigh/right-wing-troll-boy

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here is the tweet from Rocky Mountain Mike himself :


For the trolls, who really are pathetic. New and improved. "Right Wing Troll Boy" (audio)

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I heard it this morning. Too funny! Whenever somebody calls in and says they like to listen to both sides, they usually end up sounding like someone who only listens to one side. Funny how that works.

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LOL..... thanks miksilvr for the link!

I will be singing that to myself next time I read one of their posts.

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On the page for "Right Wing Troll Boy" you will also find links for other parody songs Rocky Mountain Mike has done, of which my favorite is probably 'I'm a Moocher", sung to the tune of The Beatles "I'm a Loser".

http://soundcloud.com/mike-in-raleigh/right-wing-troll-boy

miksilvr
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thanks, it was a great way to start off a Friday Morning

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i wonder, does this work in chat rooms also ?

TrollBGone

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