Just a thought: Rock music, hard rock, rock n’roll is the best music & art form in the entire world. Bar none. No contest at all.
If you disagree or have a doubt just think of this – when someone does an awesome job at something, anything – work, sports, arts, anything – everyone says “you are rocking” or “your rocked” or “that was rocking” or even “you are a rockstar”!
No one appreciates the person by saying “you were a bharatnatyam dancer man” or “that was so kathakali man” or “that was so rap/hip hop/rnb” or “you were such a Malayalam semi-classical dude”!
To the asshole who smoked a cigarette in the loo of a non-smoking bar – I hope u get inflammation of the gonads!
Have u seen some buggers choose their drinks and brands in a bar? If only they spent the same amount of time in choosing their brides!
Dear Cochin private bus conductors,
The people who sit in the aisle seat just before the door – they chose to sit there so they can rest while riding the bus. Just like me – my shoulder isn’t a resting place for your elbow or your hip or your ass. If you want a place to rest your hip or ass against, I could suggest one – on your FUCKING mother!!!
Michael Clarke Duncan, nominated for an Academy Award for his role in the 1999 film “The Green Mile,” died Monday morning at age 54, according to a representative for his family. Duncan “suffered a myocardial infarction on July 13 and never fully recovered,” a written statement from Joy Fehily said. Clarke died at a Los Angeles hospital where he had been since having the heart attack more than seven weeks ago.
Duncan was born in Chicago, Illinois, and grew up in a single-parent household with his sister, Judy, and mother, Jean Duncan (a house cleaner), after his father left. Duncan went to college at Alcorn State University in Mississippi with plans to major in communications, but he dropped out and moved home. In his 20s, he worked digging ditches for Peoples Gas during the day and as a bouncer at night. He told CNN in 1999 that his coworkers at the gas company called him “Hollywood” because he’d often talk about becoming a movie star.
In 1990, he decided to measure up his nickname and he moved to Los Angeles. He worked as a bodyguard then got a part in a commercial as a drill sergeant. More roles followed — often ones that depended more on his 315-pound frame than his acting ability. He was a guard in “Back in Business,” a bouncer in “A Night at the Roxbury,” a bouncer for 2 Live Crew in “The Players Club,” and a bouncer at a bar in the Warren Beatty film “Bulworth.”
Known for his roles in The Green Mile, The Whole Nine Yards, Armageddon & Daredevil, his most recent work was on the TV series, The Finder, on the Fox network which was cancelled in May. He was 54 at the time of his death.
RIP Michael Clarke Duncan