R.I.P. The 2976 American people that lost their lives on 9/11 and R.I.P. the 48,644 Afghan and 1,690,903 Iraqi and 35000 Pakistani people that paid the ultimate price for a crime they did not commit
this is the only september 11th post I’m reblogging
robin williams was the crazy uncle you could always go to for a joke or a cheering up and it’s strange and very hard for me to fathom that he is gone. I just assumed that people like him, people who have changed others’ lives for the better and brought such joy and excitement to children and adults alike, would live eternally
"What a lot of people fail to understand is that we never started this band as a career move anyway. We did it cos we were bored shitless and we were all on the dole."
Int: In one interview you said your lyrics are meaningless. How did you mean that?
Noel: Well they all mean a lot to me, because I wrote them obviously. But I’m not one for…
Certain people who write songs will sit there and try to convince you that they have created the great art form. They love talking about themselves. I don’t particularly like talking about me .
I would never go around and say what a great guy I am, or I think I’m the best lyricist on and on. Regardless of what I think of those songs [I write] it’s meaningless. It doesn’t matter what I think of them.
What my songs mean to me is lots of kids queue up in the pouring rain the day the day a single comes out and buy it. That’s what it means to me.
It doesn’t matter what I think of my songs, it’s what you think. It’s more important than what I think because I’m not going to go out and buy the records.
Obviously I think they’re the greatest pieces of music ever recorded. But I’m not going to say this is the greatest song since ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’ because it means, blah, blah blah, and that line means blah, blah, blah. I don’t really like talking about things like that.
If you’re rude to retail workers, there’s a 1000000000% chance they’re going to laugh and make fun of you after you leave.