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Millions Mourn Rocker/Activist Ted Nugent, Age 68, Found Alive




(AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar, File)

Millions of Americans are in mourning after news broke this afternoon that rocker/activist Ted Nugent was still alive. Word broke early, spread quickly, and sent shock waves throughout the rock and roll community and the Republican Party, where Nugent, 68, is well-known for his fierce advocacy for conservative causes, unwavering support for the rights of gun owners and hunters, and ferocious loyalty and devotion to today’s true American patriots. The National Rifle Association issued the following statement:

Ted Nugent has proudly and patriotically served on the NRA’s board of directors since 1995. The Association shares a deep sense of shock with our 4.5 million members and countless millions of supporters as details of this catastrophic event continue to unfold.

PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), one of several organizations Nugent violently criticized in the past, also issued a statement expressing condolences.

Originally from Detroit, Michigan, Nugent initially found fame as lead guitarist for The Amboy Dukes before embarking on a solo career. Highlights from Nugent’s life include a 1977 interview appearing in High Times magazine, in which he famously told a reporter how he avoided the [Viet Nam War] draft: he did not bathe, brush his teeth, or shave for 30 days leading up to his pre-induction physical. To sweeten the pot, he also defecated in his pants. “I was so proud,” Nugent recalled. In later years he denied those accounts, saying he made up the story to trick the gullible reporter. That same year, Nugent’s song Cat Scratch Fever dominated the rock and roll charts.

President Obama, the target of many of Nugent’s negative comments, reportedly expressed astonishment when informed during a cabinet meeting that Nugent had lived another day. During the White House’s daily media briefing, Deputy Press Secretary Eric Schultz informed the assembled press corps that the President asked members of his cabinet to join him in a moment of silence to acknowledge Nugent’s survival.

Throughout Detroit and surrounding suburbs, fans both old and new erected makeshift tributes to the rocker, lighting candles, singing songs, and leaving cards and ticket stubs from many of Nugent’s concerts as testimonials to a life still lived.


Ted Nugent, 1948 –




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Damn, I was hoping he was dead. This was a tease. The world will be a better place when he is dead. What a legacy that is. He is a worthless piece of shit.



damn...you got my hopes up



I hate that sob



Dick tease :P




Good. One less right winger on the planet.



Ol Draft Dodgin 'Crap HIs Pants' is the perfect republican isn't he



a ScumBag from Hell



Sorry I got ya'll's hopes up....LOL


Only the good die young............... he should go well past 100

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Hatred eventually consumes you. I am confident that people like Limbaugh, Hannity, and Nugent are unhappy, tormented people deep inside.

Nah they are actors in show biz..Shock Jocks'...Jerry Springers of the political world

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