Beezow Doo-Doo Zopittybop-Bop-Bop Arrested Again On Drug Charges, Explains Name
By Chuck Sudo in News on Aug 19, 2013 9:40PM
The last we heard from Beezow Doo-Doo Zopittybop-Bop-Bop (formerly Jeffrey Drew Wilschke, commonly referred to as "Beezow" and called “Doo-Doo” by Chicagoist), he vowed to “get even” with Madison, Wisc. police after they arrested him for a variety of charges including carrying a concealed weapon, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana and a probation violation.
Doo-Doo is in more ca-ca after he was arrested on drug charges in Washington County, Iowa last month. No one should be surprised that Doo-Doo is involved with drugs; after all, he had a perfectly acceptable name before he decided to change it to a line from a Lambert, Hendricks and Ross song.
The Iowa charges include felony possession of a controlled substance and operation of a motor vehicle without registration. He was allegedly found holding .60 ounces of marijuana in a Mason jar and paraphernalia. A second man, the normally named Zachary Marinan of Davenport, Iowa, was also charged. Doo-Doo’s driver's license also listed his former name, even though he had it legally changed nearly two years ago.
The Wisconsin State Journal spoke with Doo-Doo about the meaning of his name. The breakdown is gloriously brilliant and addle-brained hippie nonsense:
Beezow explained that his first name represents “the explosion of awareness of the interconnectedness of the infinite love in the universe.” Doo-doo “is the struggle of our daily lives with that awareness, that with love comes chaos,” and Zopittybop-bop-bop “is the outcome of that struggle, which is often ironic, especially because all life ends in death.”
Doo-Doo is expected to go to trial Sept. 17 on the felony charge and faces five years in jail, if convicted. Washington County Jailer Dennis Boecker called Doo-Doo “a very interesting individual” with “a unique perspective on life” based on the letters he’s written that are screened by the jail. Doo-Doo has also said “I see a little part of myself in all of the Batman villains.”
Time to put down the pipe.