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and i need to say that there’s a starman waiting in the sky, he’d like to come and see us, but he thinks he’d blow our minds.
he played it left hand, but made it too far (methinks david was writing about jimi hendrix)
but boy could he play guitar
jimi hindrance experience · Jan 13, 2016 at 2:19 am
From the middle of Bowie’s late period. I heard it in the movie, “A Most Wanted Man”, which was criminally ignored for awards. PSH starred as a spy in post 9-11 Germany. Dialogue heavy espionage thrillers are a weakness of mine, both in print and film. This viddy rocks my soul on its own. I might be done with Bowie tributes for the rest of the day. Claudia loves me.
Rupert Murdoch and Jerry Hall have big news to share: They’re getting married.
The 84-year-old News Corp. executive chairman and the 59-year-old model best known for her longtime relationship with rocker Mick Jagger announced their engagement Monday in the “Births, Marriages and Deaths” section of The Times. The newspaper is owned by Murdoch’s News Corp.
The news comes less than one day after the new couple — dating for four months after reportedly being set up by his sister and niece in Australia — walked the red carpet at Sunday’s Golden Globes in Los Angeles. Arm in arm, the duo posed for photographers and, following the show, attended the Fox party.
elo told me she read somewhere that bowie didn’t want anyone to know. i don’t care how it sounds but i’m surprised i’m the last to know that he was sick. i loved the music/art and i’m glad that he enjoyed his life.
tism · Jan 12, 2016 at 6:47 pm
That riff always gives me goosebumps.
robot runaway · Jan 11, 2016 at 9:55 pm
Still amazing. I’m grateful we live in the age that we do, have access to the media that we do.
Here’s some guys in Kangaroo costumes:
slow motion slide down a razor
on the way up the gallows
taking my bows
and curtain calls
thanks to the hangman
hey, that’s me under there
i’m the only one here
it goes without saying i saw “the h8tful eight” on New Year’s Eve. It was only because that’s the day it opened here.
it was an xmas story. EVERYONE meets an unpleasant demise. my heart sang with joy and renewed faith…in the human race.
people get shot in the balls. people get hanged. people get poisoned and throw up vast quantities of their innards. i saw a guy puke up his pancreas…ok, jim, you’re lyin’/being liberal with the truth. no one pukes up his pancreas. but somebody (more than one somebody’s) drink poison and end up worse for the experience.
spell check did not like the way i spelt somebodies the first time and insisted i spell it in some goddam prancin’ nancy sort of way. (i thought the goddam apostrophe made it conditional on something) which it wasn’t in my brain. i was trying to have more than one (plural) of somebody. fuck them bastards. only because it wouldn’t let me have a plural of cocksuckers without having a redline underneath the fucking word.
my resolution this year is to learn to play at least one song on a harmonica which the goddam reverend graham sexton assured me was a moderate goal. my resolution is not to learn the nazi practice (AKA the Chicago Style Manual) of grammar and punctuation. these swine kneed to relax. as for pure spelling error…i believe that language is a fluid goddam organism and wants more than one way to spell twosday.
“The H8tul Eight” is a cornucopia of violins and six. to us QT fans, it doesn’t disappoint. granted, he trots a couple tricks across the set that we’ve seen him use before most effectively, but goddammit, i think he’s got the wright. they are nifty trick indeed. and the violins plays nicely for those of us anxious to see somebody (’s) get their heads and other parts blown and chopped and otherwise (verb to be determined later) off.
it was an Xmas story.