It seems everybody has something to say about LeBron's Decision (is that copyrighted, by the way?). Even old, pasty English guys fronting old, pasty metal bands.
Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson brought up the former King at his band's concert Monday at Madison Square Garden: After the audience booed New Jersey, Dickson asked,"How would you feel if I mentioned LeBron James?" He got even more boos.
New York magazine has the details. You should read it, because there's a nice jab at Canada in there.
And if there's anything we hate more than LeBron James, it's Canada. —Michael Gallucci (follow me on Twitter @mgallucci)
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