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Drenched in Blog: That's Mr. Manson To You…

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Man, remember when Marilyn Manson was the scourge of parents everywhere? Or when wearing one of his shirts made you "goth," and girls carved his initials in their ankles during Social Studies? Here's Mr. Warner picking up his daughter, I mean fiancee, at the airport. Judging by these pics, the prosthetic boobs from back in 1998 may not be needed so much anymore.

Manson, with reunited member Twiggy Ramirez, hits Verizon Wireless Theater Sunday, March 2. I'm already trying to figure out a way to trick my mom into taking me. Getting out of my Sunday night Bible study may be hard. We're going over Ephesians that night. – Craig Hlavaty

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