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04:26 pm: Wait...ummm...'I didn't sell out, Son, I bought in. Keep that in mind.'
Yes, gentle reader, War, Death, Pain, & Pestilence are riding our coat-tails and the end is nigh upon us.

So I was up during the wee hours of the morning flip, flip, flipping channels on my T.V. set and lo, who should appear before me but Steve Jones. Confused and excited, I settled in front of the television...I discovered, much to my shock, that I was watching an old episode of Roseanne. So, naturally it left me questioning existence, values, life, the universe and everything...I mean, Steve Jones appeared on an episode of Roseanne. The Cramps appeared on Beverly Hills 90210. Roger Daltrey slums it on an infomercial for Time Life Music. Johnny Rotten is on reality television (Think about it: Johnny Rotten doing reality television!!? WTF??? Okay...so it was a little punk when he walked off the show...but, let's face it...he's lost his way--how did the old sot wind up there in the first place?) What's next, Glen Matlock selling bladder control diapers?

All these cataclysmic events have occurred and this can mean only one of two things: it's the beginning of the end or they all just sold out. I prefer the first option...I hate to think of my heroes in such a negative light.

Apocalypse now...please.


Current Mood: confusedconfused
Current Music: Mary Prankster: La Resistance

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From:teague
Date:March 15th, 2005 03:24 am (UTC)
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Love your icon. I need to go back through my entries and find my rant about punk rock. It was awsome, and you would love it. And while I know how sad it is to see these proud stallions in such a position, you just have to remind yourself of this paraphrased quote: "If you sell out befor you're twenty, you're a piece of shit. If you don't sell out after you're thirty, you're a fool." Just remember some of these guys need massive retirement funds, due to foolish lifestyle choices, and just old age.
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