who is john. why is he locked. free him .
do NOT let anyone tell u that america is free, i tried to buy it once and it is in fact very very expensive
BEBE BUELL’S INTERVIEW WITH ELLE :
ELLE: Let’s set the record straight. How do you really feel about the word “groupie”?
BB: I know you can go to JCPenney’s and you can buy a t-shirt that says “groupie” on it, and it’s considered really cool and that’s all fine. I have nothing against that culture and the girls who created that whole thing, but I’m not part of it. It’s been thrust on me and people have called me that and it’s been very difficult for me because I actually have a career and I work. I mean, I guess it kind of ruined Winona Ryder and Pamela Anderson, too. I don’t think I’m the only girl who’s not a groupie who has been called a groupie. Talented, beautiful people tend to fall in love with each other. I don’t know why that’s so unusual.
ELLE: But Penny Lane, the character played by Kate Hudson in Cameron Crowe’sAlmost Famous, was loosely based on you in the `70s. How did you feel about the movie? How did you react when you first saw it?
BB: I burst into tears. It was like the first time I saw ET! I just cried from the beginning to the end. I saw so much of myself and my life and so much of what really did happen. Cameron and I really were friends, we really were the babies on the tour. The movie is fiction, but he mixed together some things that really did happen. The band, Stillwater, is a combination of Bad Company, the Eagles, Todd Rundgren, Greg Allman, Zeppelin. I think Penny’s probably a combination of a couple people. I think Cameron showed his love of women in that movie; one of the things that he tried to show about the Penny Lane character is that she was really more rock n’ roll than the band and I thank him for that. The part of her that was me, he captured… dead-on.
Me during my midlife crisis probably.
Led Zeppelin with Sandy Denny, 1970.
my dad just said “i cant even”
Notice only 20 shades of gray
It’s been proven that women actually have an acute ability to pick up subtle differences in colors
In response to that last comment^^
Yes. It comes from the Hunter-Gatherer days.
Women were the gatherers. They had to be able to discern between the different shades of colors to know which plants were poisonous and which were not.
Men were out hunting, so they didn’t have to worry about that.
Which is why women see “Blood orange” and “crimson” and “scarlet” etc while guys just see “red”.
Well, that explains…