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“Jim Marshall had all his cameras and film, and he shot and he shot and he shot, and he shot some more. How many shots can you take of a bunch of dudes in front of a fucking brick wall? We were getting edgy and ready to walk. Marshall was like, “Look, you sons of bitches, hold still.” He was a very successful photographer, and quite bossy.
We were fucking around, grab-assing and everything, because that was back when we were all real brothers. He said, “All right, I’m going to turn around and reload this Hasselblad, and this is the last fucking roll. If you motherfuckers move, I’ll never do this again.” Meanwhile we’re all going, “Boy, I hope not!”
Suddenly here comes the candy man walking down the street, and he ain’t never seen nothing like this. My brother goes, “Hey, bro,” runs across the street, buys a couple of bags, makes change, runs back across the street, and sits back down just before Marshall turns back around to shoot the picture. That struck us all real funny, and we just cracked up.”

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April 24, 2014   1 note

Forever Teens of the Great Plains: A Memoir

By me

A book about how 95% of the people in my home town (and state) never grow up and act like their 17 for their entire life

Yes I’m talking about you

April 24, 2014   161,558 notes


Well, that certain sums up my feelings towards Google.

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April 23, 2014   8,073 notes




Do you have a shorter name?

Every time I watch the movie (which is probably way too much), I swoon a bit when Bruce Willis says, “LeeLoo” like it’s the most beautiful name he’s ever heard.

My stepmom named our car Leeloo because of this movie

I like jen and the cat more now then

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April 21, 2014   15 notes

Roger, I stole about eight of your wigs…


Roger, I stole about eight of your wigs…

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We met secretly at a flat in South Kensington. Eric Clapton had asked me to come because he wanted me to listen to a new number he had written.

He switched on the tape machine, turned up the volume and played me the most powerful, moving song I had ever heard. It was Layla, about a man who falls hopelessly in love with a woman who loves him but is unavailable.

He played it to me two or three times, all the while watching my face intently for my reaction. My first thought was: ‘Oh God, everyone’s going to know this is about me.

Pattie Boyd on hearing “Layla” for the first time

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