Looking like a model, you just got a check. I back it up, cause I don’t give a fuck.
My whole life it was never about having control. Shit would just come out with my face on it, and that was it. So now nothing can have my face on it, my name on it, that isn’t dope — that isn’t a part of the movement.
i’ve been d r e a m i n g of t h i n g s yet to
c o m e.
“All I have in life is my new appetite for failure
And I got hunger pain that grow insane
Tell me do that sound familiar?
If it do then you’re like me
Making excuse that your relief
Is in the bottom of the bottle
And the greenest indo leaf
As the window open
I release everything that corrode inside of me
I see you joking, why you laugh?
Don’t you feel bad?
I probably sleep and never ever wake up
Never ever wake up, never ever wake up
In God I trust
But just when I thought I had enough.”
So I guess we’re all caught up on Game of Thrones.
Previously unseen photo of Kurt Cobain, 1993.
April 10, 1994 - A public memorial service for Kurt takes place at Seattle Center, near the Space Needle. 7,000+ fans were present. A pre-recorded message from Courtney read extracts from Kurt’s suicide note & a pre-recorded message from Krist & Dave is also broadcast. There were also speeches from a minister (Reverend Steve Towles), a poet (Michael Swalis), three local DJs and a crisis counselor. Marco Collins, a program Director at KNDD, read a note from Kurt’s uncle, Larry Smith. Kurt’s family & friends attended his memorial service nearby at Unity Church. Courtney visited the site later, with Kat Bjelland of ‘Babes in Toyland’ and distributed some of Kurt’s clothes to those who remained. After the speeches the crowd was moved to the large fountain nearby, where Nirvana’s MTV Unplugged appearance was played over a PA. Around 5,000 people were present.
I dont like tattoos but manson surly has a taste for those