Talk:Ginger Fish

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id like to say that it is nonsense to say he is in the new tenacius D video!! I just watched it. ok the drummer nearly looks like Ginger in a few sections but in the end of the Video (backstage) you can see hes NOT Ginger!! So please delete this rumor!! And if he would be in the video it would be stated on facebook, official web site... But it is NOT!!!

- I removed it, the drummer in the video is indeed Brooks Wackerman TheEmpiricalGuy (talk) 06:21, 7 July 2012 (UTC)


this says he's the oldest member of Marilyn Manson age wise, but on the madonna wayne gacy article, it shows that gacy is older (being born two years earlier). 07:31, 15 October 2006 (UTC)

  Dec.16, 2008- Ginger is the oldest CURRENT member since Pogo left in 2007.  —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 20:14, 16 December 2008 (UTC) 

The Article[edit]

We all know the article isn't great, I added some information and plan to add more (hard to find information on Ginger, he sort of keeps to himself) but I'm not sure how to cite my sources, I just registered. If I need to cite anything, I bookmarked my resource for when I figure it out. Thanks. Narcotics faerie 04:25, 10 December 2006 (UTC)

Yes you need to cite everything when it refers to a living person. Not that you care, not that this is enforced either as the idle threat made back in 2007 on immediate removal has yet to be acted upon some two and one half years later. Actually not much of anything on Wikipedia can ever be trusted as factual as even historically important articles have had unmistakable flaws left untouched for 6 months. A famous example is Anthony Julius, author of TS Eliot was listed as the assassin of JFK, RFK, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, and the famous cartoon character Snoopy. This was even more humorously, also listed on JFK's Biography for over a month. So feel free to ignore most threats of deletion when they are on a biography of a has been band member.. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 00:54, 23 June 2009 (UTC)


Why does this page say he died 10-09-08, I see no mention of this anywhere else on the web??? —Preceding unsigned comment added by Mylsd (talkcontribs) 17:36, 21 October 2008 (UTC)


"Manson apparently took offense to his drummer's collapse and made a point of cutting or bruising him on subsequent shows" Is it just me or was the injuries section written by someone who dislikes Manson? —Preceding unsigned comment added by EpsilonVector (talkcontribs) 13:31, 1 August 2009 (UTC)


Ginger said in a very recent (as of today) Facebook post that he was homeless for about a year around 1990 & 1991. Does anybody know any details about it? I think it is worth mentioning in the article. Alvabass (talk) 06:50, 6 July 2015 (UTC)

Hi, I remember reading an interview with him, talking about that time. If I am not wrong, he said something like he lived in his car and wanted to get a job as a hired gun. Probably that was meant as a joke. ;-) It is about fifteen years ago when I read that interview. But I am not sure about the term "homeless" anyway. When you don't have a place to go to, it's certainly correct to say a person is homeless. As far as I know, he had parents he got along with very well. If you are interested, I try to find that article for more information. BTW, he got married if anybody wants to mention that in an update. Best wishes, Abby