Blend the musical talents of Micheal Jackson, the “bite my ass” attitude of Madonna and the “watch me piss off a bunch of parents” on stage persona of Marilyn Manson and you get Lady Gaga.
Throw in a few bad ass bikers and spend a vulgar amount of money and you have the music video for Judas.
If you can believe her twitter, Gaga says the video cost $10 million dollars and has more cameos than any music video in history.
What the hell? Pardon our skepticism , but there’s nobody in our industry that commands a huge appearance fee, at least not anymore. I’m sure she could’ve gotten almost any custom bike builder to show up for free if she asked nicely.
If the figure is true Judas would top Micheal Jackson’s video “Scream” which cost 7 million, with $53,000 of that going to breaking guitars. Maybe Gaga trashed a few hundred motorcycles in the video. As for the plot, according to MSNBC. Gaga said “I play Mary Magdalene leading them into the town where we meet Jesus and I will leave the rest for you to see. But it’s meant more to celebrate faith than it is to challenge it.”
Gaga tweeted (correction* it was rumored) that she has 30,000 motorcyclists appearing in the video. What? Did she buy them all a new Sportster? Maybe she’s becoming the Oprah of the music video world. “Ok everyone guess what? Just for showing up for my video I’m giving you all a new motorcycle!” Lady Gaga the generous. That’s a LOL moment if there ever was one. Somehow I doubt she even shared her stash with the great unwashed nation but we weren’t invited so we can’t really say.
The 25-year-old entertainer directed the video with her creative director,Laurieann Gibson and it’s scheduled to debut tonight on E! at 7pm and 11pm.
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Date: Saturday April 30th
Time: 1pm – 5pm
Place: Madison, WI (meet at Goodman Park, ride to the Capitol)
Cycles: Meet at Goodman Park at 1pm
Motorcyclists will plan their own ride to Madison on Saturday April 30th and meet at Goodman Park, then parade to the Capitol in support of Wisconsin Workers. Motorcycle enthusiasts are an enormous part of Wisconsin culture with over 250,000 motorcycles registered with the Department of Transportation. On April 30th after the Crazy Legs race and the Farmers Market, motorcycles will ride together up to the state capitol to show their support for all Wisconsin workers.
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April 6, 2011 – Corona, CA – They may have rolled out the new financing plan on April 1st, but Husqvarna is not joking around. “Husky wants to help you Ride More, so we are introducing 2.99% financing on all 2011 models,” says Husqvarna’s National Marketing Manager Corey Eastman. “For any 2010 models your dealer may have remaining on the showroom floor, 0.99% financing is available!”
To further sweeten the Ride More For Less deal, your Husqvarna dealer has the ability to finance up to 130% of the bike’s purchase price and up to 60 month terms on approved credit. “That means you Ride More, while putting less down, paying less interest and enjoying lower payments for up to 60 months,” explains Eastman. “Need I say More?”
What’s the catch? “Only one catch, this program is intended to run from April 1st through the end of May so if you don’t act right now, you may miss out,” claims Corey. “Great motorcycles, great financing… no fooling! Now is the time to Ride More for less… a lot less!”
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Each year the Harley-Davidson stockholder’s meeting heralds the “unofficial” start of spring in the Milwaukee area, and for the past two years, the HD faithful have celebrated that event at the annual meeting in their iron and steel church, The Harley-Davidson museum.
But, this year Harley was shut out of their own museum and will be forced to hold their stockholders meeting at the Frontier Airlines Center instead.
According to published reports, another group had already secured the museum’s meeting room for the April 30th date.
“We couldn’t get the space,” Harley-Davidson spokesman Bob Klein told the Milwaukee Business Journal, “There is another group that booked the site.”
While most shareholder meetings of corporations are small events, with few attendees other than management, Harley-Davidson’s annual meeting is larger, with several hundred stockholders riding in from all over the USA.
Klien told the Milwaukee Business Journal he expects this year’s crowd to be about average.
When it comes to showing their support, Georgia motorcyclists choose to put aside politics and just ride.
Close to a thousand motorcyclists turned out last weekend to honor slain Georgia State Patrol Trooper Chadwick LeCroy in the first Line of Duty ride in Atlanta.
O Gary Buffington of the Rough Neck Motorcycle Club told local television station Fox 5, ”This is absolutely phenomenal for us, we were hoping and praying for 300 to 500 bikes and from what we can tell we’ve got a little over 700 bikes here right now.”
Other motorcyclists attending said this ride wasn’t the proper place to voice their opposition to the State Patrol checkpoint policy and that while they may disagree with the checkpoints, they were able to set that aside and ride to show their support for the slain trooper and donate to the Corporal Chad LeCroy Family Memorial Fund.