man’s violence was most closely matched to his courtlines
So it goes on, the wound never heals entirely, yet when life can be a reign of tragedies, you reach for happiness wherever you can find it.
Comedian Margaret Cho is taking action, she will be busking all over San Francisco in the following weeks as part of a campaign to feed the homeless, and on Wednesday, she got some help from Bob Mould!
We need to sell 300% more than we did than [in 1984] to even begin to make up the cash figure,’ said Geldof on BBC Radio 1. ‘That worries me … Even if you already have it, delete, download again.’
I appreciate Geldof’s good intention (though isn’t Ebola over with now? What? Are we giving $50K a victim?) but not at this price. This is purely brutal. Feed the rich, torture the poor… 30 years later
Now comes word that Geldof is remaking it and so far One Direction have definitely signed on and Adele, Alt-J and Florence +The Machine are in the wings, but could they please just choose another song? Apparently it is to help Ebola which doesn’t seem to need any help in my honest opinion.
In these excerpts form his interview it is evident that Bob is still in very deep mourning. If you recall Peaches mother Paula Yates also died of a heroin overdose. Tremendous hit to have two losses from the same cause.
“It’s that thing people say – some other part of you comes out. And I guess that’s right. In that regard, it’s very cathartic. There’s a lot of things going on in my head at the moment and you can just purge them and the crowd allow you to do that. I’ll sleep well tonight which is the first time in weeks I’ve slept well.”