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Bob Dylan – Free Humanity
“To be on the side of the people who are struggling doesn’t necessarily mean you’re being political” Bob Dylan via Free Humanity.
Do you agree, disagree or still too hungover from New Year’s to form an opinion? Let us know!
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"Every Good Painter Paints What He Is" - Jackson Pollack
If this Jackson Pollack quote is true, how come there are no paintings of his that feature repugnant assholes?
Or, Jackson is admitting his art was crap?
Weigh in on this issue in the comments section? Jackson Pollack: Asshole or Crap Artist?
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My new hero: Damon Albarn
I love Damon Albarn. First, he tweeted the link to my review of the Gorillaz show the other day, which literally left me speechless. Now, he has revealed his thoughts on the show “Glee”:
“We wouldn’t let that happen. And not that they’ve asked us because they haven’t, and now they definitely won’t…[It’s] a very poor substitute for the real thing.”
You can read the full story here.
Damon – AMEN!
Vince Neil’s autograph, courtesy of the G Archives.
Vince Neil's autograph from my autograph collection.
This might not just be the quote of the day, it might just be the quote of the year! In the new Hustler Magazine, Motley Crue’s Vince Neil was quoted as saying:
“We were always fucking other chicks at the studio and backstage… We would take Tommy Lee’s van to a restaurant called Noggles to buy these egg burritos and then rub them on our crotches to cover the smell of the girls we had just fucked. So our dicks smelled of eggs… We would tell our girlfriends, ‘Oh, we dropped the burritos in our laps.’ The girlfriends thought we were a bunch of clumsy slobs. We never thought about going into the restroom and just washing our dicks.”
On a side note, I used to really enjoy the hash browns from Noggles. At press time, it is unclear if Vince Neil mentioned those to girlfriends if skid marks were found in his underwear.
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Roger Waters - Street Artist.
Sure, we all know that Roger Waters is a member of one of the greatest rock groups of all time – Pink Floyd. But did you know that he’s also participating in a street art project? To promote his upcoming solo tour of The Wall, Waters has designed a Banksy-style campaign where quotes from Dwight Eisenhower are being put up randomly on walls in major markets in the US. The twist: the quotes are written in the Wall font. The above picture says: “Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed those who are cold and those who are clothed.” – Dwight Eisenhower. This project has backfired a bit as one of Waters’ crew posted over a beloved Elliott Smith mural in Los Angeles. Tear down the wall?