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if it wasn't, 1/10 and SHAME ON YOU SUMMERS
it was shit
have McFly told me they're rock'n'roll.
in the universe.
which lead to nothing:
'I'm a journalist...
*dramatic pause, as if waiting for applause*
...what really annoys me is...
*what, what could it be?*
Not ALL of them!
SOME of them.'
I stopped watching after that. What an excellent rhetorician.
he said it was a joke, which when you think about it is pretty obvious because who would snort a line of their dead fathers ashes? Thats retarded. Not even just because of respect for your dead parent, but ash isnt gonna get you high is it!
2) he reminds stealthy of a young david cameron, in fact he probably is, when was this recorded?
3) That IS chris is cool
and you dont know his dad or their relationship, so you have no idea whether it would be disrespectful or not
and he mixed it with coke, at least in the stories ive read
and said he can't believe people took him seriously.
"The story's impact clearly took The Rolling Stones camp by surprise, with Richards manager Jane Rose trying to play down the story, claiming it was "said in jest", while his UK spokesman not only struggled with the story but today's date suggesting: "It was an off-the-cuff remark... file under April Fool's joke".
However as NME's Mark Beaumont, who conducted the interview, explained, the comment was no quip, but came about about after much thinking on the guitarist's behalf.
"He didn't offer the information, I had to ask him a couple of questions to get the information out of him," said the writer. "He didn't come straight out with that." "
'Its not true, Jane Rose, his manager, tells MTV.COM "SAID IN JEST" SHE SAYS "CANT BELIEVE ANYONE TOOK IT SERIOUSLY" Indeed. What were they on?'
a snippet from the times.
as part of a campaign, their is method in the madness