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SNIFF SWIG PUFF – BEA ARTHUR & ROCK HUDSON

GO GIRLZ 4 DECADES! GAY ICONS SINGING AN ODE TO RECREATIONAL AND HABITUAL FOR THAT MATTER DRUG USE. SNIFF SWIG PUFF AND YOUR CARES ARE GONE. TABOO, By no means. AMERICAN Tv IN THE 1970′S. PEACE.
Video Rating: four / five

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25 Responses to “SNIFF SWIG PUFF – BEA ARTHUR & ROCK HUDSON”

  1. tb717 says:

    benalchemist im not judging,
    im just surprised that many never thought that he was gay…bad gaydar in those days.

  2. benalchemist74 says:

    when you abuse the name of Jesus Christ in any context you will bring the wrath of God on yourself.

    Forget your concept of what a christian or ‘ religious’ person is or should be. Focus only on Jesus Christ for he gave himself as a reconciliation between god and man. God is reconciled to man through the blood of the lamb of God-Jesus.
    If you can accept him and live according to his words you will be on the path to all righteousness and the fulfilment of Gods plan for you. God bless u

  3. benalchemist74 says:

    @tb717 . we should not judge//

  4. helenajesstarzak says:

    Who cares about sexual orientation -these people are talented beyond belief!

  5. betito1288 says:

    Just awesome.

  6. tb717 says:

    how could anyone have thought he was nothing but gay??
    did people live in a cave?
    this video alone?????
    not that it mattered at all..he should be judged by his work not by his sexual preferances.

  7. SupaiDeltaaa593 says:

    hêhe_âñy_gúys_wäNt_tØ_chãt_wÏth_mé

  8. Oracle12 says:

    @taiwanatoa

    Don’t get your panties in a knot. It was a simple question – asked out of curiosity.

  9. taiwanatoa says:

    @taiwanatoa
    Made all what difference?What is it that you people in today’s society imagine that some specific people are supposed to acknowledge?

  10. taiwanatoa says:

    @Oracle12
    What do you imagine he was supposed to come out of?And why the hell is it supposed to matter so much?

  11. taiwanatoa says:

    @sarmadasco
    Just what is it that you imagine you “now know about him”?

  12. taiwanatoa says:

    Don’t call me prick,you dumb cunt.You modern-day american fools think you know so much.But you’re out of touch with reality.So far removed from the real world that our parents grew up in during the 1920′&30′s.Why don’t YOU stop pretending,or imagining that you know anything.I do not need to listen to “the gays”,or any other moron who writes on these idiotic internet forums.THIS was my 1st & last time.I don’t need this crap(trying to communicate with all you programmed idiots.)

  13. onstageagain says:

    @taiwanatoa Fool? Why am I a fool…? Listen to the Gay’s on the tube, dummy, talking about torture being in the closet. My bro is gay, prick. How can someone be happy pretending to be something hes not, slipping around , hiding, lying, denying, pretending ,making believe ? That’s a question! Rock was in hiding all his life. Even in the end he couldn’t get over the public finding out, He said so himself.
    As for U, its work staying stupid… stop working so hard.

  14. taiwanatoa says:

    @BishiBanger another modern-day fool who knows nothing.

  15. taiwanatoa says:

    @onstageagain you are just another typical modern-day fool who doesn’t know what the hell you’re talking about,as usual.

  16. onstageagain says:

    Rock was gay… but he wasn’t happy … how can someone be happy slipping around , hiding, lying, denying, pretending , imagining, make believe, deviating on and on it goes… almost till his last breath. Very sad … I think, he was a genuinely nice guy so the story goes.

  17. ninetiesbaby10 says:

    @BishiBanger I dont think most women have been afraid….they werent nearly as concerned about labels as their male counterparts. But its the fault of America for allowing a simple friendly association to turn into assumption about a person. SMH it’s a shame but m glad Bea, Judy Garland and others were not afraid of adversity. I also agree about ROck Hudson….had he acknowledged it, that might have made all the difference.

  18. BishiBanger says:

    @ninetiesbaby10 herein lies the fear of many people who would, otherwise, support us; they are afraid of being labeled as such. Bea could’ve cared less and probably said “So what if I am?” (ironically). And remember, it wasn’t until he was dead that anyone (other than close friends) knew Rock was gay. Unfortunately, it was THIS ignorance that, ultimately, killed him.

  19. BishiBanger says:

    @WittoWed It wasn’t an ode to. Look at the date…it was presented, ironically, as “anti-drug” (otherwise, during those days, celebrities would have been blackballed). And Rock Hudson even mentioning Amyl Nitrate is absolutely priceless.

  20. EazyTarantino says:

    @ninetiesbaby10 i thought it was because she looked like a tranny

  21. darlingpresleyrocks says:

    @Allen10579 LOL!!!!!!!!!!

  22. oneguycoding says:

    There was a time before the war on drugs

  23. 3salamanders says:

    @DorisDayFanatic Not one bit! :)

  24. Allen10579 says:

    I’m sold! point me to the nearest dealer!

  25. shelbylynncoleman says:

    This is from the 1977 Broadway Musical “I Love My Wife” by Cy Coleman (score) and Michael Stewart (Book and Lyrics).

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