Disco_Dreamz t1_j7xpt8q wrote

Bullshit. He is Pro-Rat. He loves them. He keeps buckets of them on hand at home, the dude doesn’t go anywhere without at least a few rats stuffed into his pockets for easy access.

As a Pro-Rat Man myself (with a few tasty rat buckets of my own) I truly wish Adams would stop trying to hide who he is and come clean. The world will understand, Eric. Or at the very least, I will - rats rock.


Disco_Dreamz t1_j2ehl5u wrote

That wasn’t so much of a rave warehouse, it was more of an underground arts studio and shelter for homeless and struggling artists that occasionally held performances. People lived there and had reported the poor fire safety several times. Kind of a strange example to use as it has more to do with unregulated homeless shelters and the need for access to safe, proper housing.


Disco_Dreamz t1_j1a8jq0 wrote

“Adams was spotted mingling with bevies of tipsy conservatives, seeming quite at ease as he yucked it up with various Proud Boys, insurrectionists, and Putin-admirers of varying shades of Caucasian. “Adams is one of us, and we couldn’t be more happy with the success he has had in infiltrating the NY Demo-rat establishment”, regaled one party goer wearing a shirt emblazoned with “DON JR 2028 ERIC 2036 IVANKA 2044 BARRON 2052”, who wished to remain anonymous.

As the band started playing a medley of tried-and-true 80s rock classics, Adams could be seen elbowing his way through the crowd of pasty conservatives towards the dance floor. “If I don’t hear ‘Boot Skootin Boogie’ in the next ten seconds…”, Adams yelled at the surprised musicians on stage, “…I’m calling in the New York City Fire Marshall!”.

The band looked at each other nervously, and then without missing a beat, launched right into a rollicking cover of the country-rock classic. “Next I want to hear the latest Kanye West!”, a tipsy Adams shouted over the guitar solo.

Hearty laughs were had by all.”