[Note: I stew about things for a long time, building up things for a while. I’ve only been venting my spleen, so to speak, on this blog for a few years. I figure that, by 2026, I’ll have caught up to current events.]
Billy Ray Cyrus is a man who thought he heard God tell him to buy a guitar and get him into show business. Ten years later, after struggling through the Nashville scene, he came out with his first and most successful song to date: “Achy Breaky Heart.”
Billy Ray Cyrus thinks God's plan for him was to do “Achy Breaky Heart.”
|"And Billy, don't forget the mullet."|
Billy Ray Cyrus isn’t exactly a role model.
|See, they all look like a normal famiiii who the heck is that creepy guy in back with all the tattoos? It's HIS SON?|
Billy Ray Cyrus is really upset about his daughter.
|So upset, he regularly poses with her for pictures while she leans on his groin.|
|Yellow vests are secret devil clothing.|
When Miley was photographed smoking and taking hits from a bong, Billy Ray Cyrus despaired. When she did a photo shoot half naked in Vanity Fair, Billy Ray Cyrus despaired. When she was taped rambling incoherently and had an 18th birthday party in a bar, Billy Ray Cyrus despaired. When Miley made a music video where 13 year-old girls with mohawks cried about their boyfriends, he... Well, he didn’t give a crap about that one, but I sure found it disturbing.
Billy Ray Cyrus despairs a lot about his daughter. He wonders what he did wrong, how Miley ended up on this path. He didn’t raise her that way.
|"Like, Oh Em Gee! You can see her back!"|
But, of course, he did. She’s got the tattoos. She’s got the smoking. She’s probably headed towards having two kids in the same year with different fathers. Miley Cyrus is like a young, female Billy Ray Cyrus.
Whenever I see people complaining about their children and how they “weren’t raised that way,” I have to shake my head. Of course they were. Children are always going to be just like you and there’s nothing you can do about it.
Thinking that your child will act the way you want and not the way you would (or, for that matter, any normal kid in the same situation would) is absurd. It’s the kind of thinking you would expect from mentally ill people, and so I suggest we consider it a mental illness. We shall put it in the DSM as “Billy Ray Cyrus Syndrome.”
BRCS for short.