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lame ass loser who fancies old rock stars and old film stars



durnbfuck:

i’m just an unattractive and really sad person who uses bands and tv shows to fill the void i feel in my heart

fatbottomedrog:

Brian May doing Ice Bucket Challenge

i-love-art:

Thomas Hoepker 1981

USA. New York City. 1981. Andy WARHOL.

vìa MAGNUM PHOTOS

  • Interviewer: What do you think when, in concert, you see young girls screaming their heads off at the merest sight of you?
  • Paul McCartney: I love it, I absolutely love it. Who wouldn't? Show me a man who wouldn't. I have no problem with it at all. I am puzzled, though, because they're supposed to be screaming at people their own age, and I'm their fathers' age. But it's very flattering, very encouraging, and it's better than them sitting there with their arms folded.

  • daisydeadhead:

    ipeealloveryourchippendalesuite:

    my cat is so fucking fierce i swear 

    <3 love tuxedo kitties.  

    seraphic-presence:

    bonzo.

    1) It is said that the atomic clock in Colorado gets its timing from John Bonham.

    2) His synchopated sonic symphony is credited with inspiring the exhaust notes of the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta and Citroen GT.

    3) Moby Dick was used to dig the Chunnel.

    4) His subtle timing and delicate wrists made three legendary Jazz drummers envious.

    5) His right foot was used as a pile driver to drill for oil in the North Atlantic.

    6) His 30 minute drum solo once registered a 4.5 on the Richter scale during a concert in Germany in March 1973.

    7) He once outplayed the entire percussion section of the London Philharmonic Orchestra while simultaneously eating a sandwich in his right hand.

    8) Mathematicians have studied his timing to better understand pure math.

    9) All rock drummers threw away their sticks in 1969 after hearing the first Led Zeppelin album.

    10) His double bass attack was outlawed on six continents.

    11) God has Achilles Last Stand set as the ringtone on his mobile phone.

    12) He coined the term “thrutch”.

    13) His Hertfordshire steers had better rhythm than any other animals in the UK.

    14) When the Levee Breaks is the national anthem in the South Sudan.

    15) Recordings of his footsteps are sampled even to this day.

    16) Certain rare South American birds changed their mating calls to emulate his ching ring.

    17) His great-grandchildren will be born with perfect rhythm and perfect pitch.

    18) His shadow is in color and larger than Ginger Baker’s.

    a wes anderson movie about david bowie's toe nail
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