|Kabbage - 2012-05-04 |
When I was 11 I thought that this music video and Adam Sandler's Billy Madison and Tower Records were the coolest things on the planet. He would be absolutely crushed if I did not acknowledge that to that 11-year-old middle-class white boy, locked hopelessly in an infinite suburb, the Beastie Boys were indeed genuine heroes and men of thundering, unapologetic bravado.
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2012-05-04 |
I knew something was up when I was hearing back to back BB songs on the radio today. Such a damn shame to go so young leaving behind a daughter and wife and yet Dick Chenney still lives on.
Dick Cheney is now the standard measurement for "why do bad things happen to good people" discussions.
Came up today when we were talking about poor Michael J. Fox.
|The Mothership - 2012-05-04 |
Truly a legend in the history of the advancement of party rights.
|sosage - 2012-05-04 |
Shittiest Cinco de Mayo ever and it hasn't even begun yet.
|baleen - 2012-05-04 |
|memedumpster - 2012-05-04 |
|Binro the Heretic - 2012-05-04 |
He was only five years older than me.
That is not old enough to be dead.
makes you feel your mortality a bit, huh
|Stopheles - 2012-05-04 |
I remember my father's statement after listening to my cassette of LICENSED TO ILL with me on a highway drive:
"As a rocker? I'm really impressed. As a parent? I'm shocked."
And now I realize that I am the same age as my father was when he said that.
|Cockmaster Flash - 2012-05-04 |
Should've been you Violent J.
|SixDigitDebt - 2012-05-05 |
And a part of my youth went with him.
|dairyqueenlatifah - 2012-05-05 |
Ah yeah, this, Brass Monkey, Girls, Sabotage, Check it Out, and Intergalactic were fucking awesome to 13 year old me.
Sucks when cool people die so young.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2012-05-05 |
|John Holmes Motherfucker - 2012-05-05 |
This, and Sinatra's "One for my Baby (and One For the Road) are my best tunes for rocking Karaoke.
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