The Clash helps some of their fans to sneak in before a concert.
this is how you do music right.
I love this so much. Like how stoked would you be if a band you loved helped you sneak into a big show of theirs?
I’ve heard this story before and love that they did this. Stop me if you heard this other one:
The Ramones were playing in England and before the show they were hanging out in the dressing room when someone tossed a stone at the window. They looked out to see some young punks who wanted to get into the show but didn’t have money for tickets. The Ramones reached down and pulled the guys up and got them in. Those young punks without tickets were to become The Clash.
Good to hear they kept it going.
It’s not the act itself that gives me pause. It’s that I can’t put it into context. There is a certain intimacy, which is a by-product of our partnership. We work well together, and I think we both value that fact. Right? You must have known that I would deduce that you had slept with my brother. It is unlike you to introduce such a free radical into an otherwise highly functional relationship. Unless, of course, the unlikelihood was precisely the point. You wanted to demonstrate that I don’t have a monopoly on boorish or outrageous behaviour. That you won’t become a slave to the roles we have assigned each other.
Harry Potter reading Harry Potter on the set of Harry Potter during shooting of Harry Potter.
when you sat in a weird position for a long time and you move and then your foot feels like this
most accurate description of anything accurate ever in the history of accuracy
O and all you folks, you come to see
You just stand there in the glass looking at me
But my heart is wild. And my bones are steam
And I could kill you with my bare hands if I was free
by Jonathan Maurin (Aeon-Lux)