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and now a word from Keith Richards...


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Yeah, just like George Carlin. All that money, right up your nose. Smart!


Personally I think it's amazing he's alive...Crosby got a renewal, but why this guys organs are functioning is beyond me. Still pics it though!


I wonder if the police were giving him trouble when he fell out of that coconut tree. If they were, I wonder where he expected to go once he got to the top.

Maybe he was looking for his cloud, one of his hallucinations was already there, & he tripped on it. Bummer, dude. Completely harshed his mellow.


Good point.

Ever notice how those mega-wealthy celebs (take Carlin, or Sean John/Puffy/Puff Daddy/P. Diddy/Diddy Combs, for example) want to party away millions--sometimes weekly--& then they want to impose a socialist government on us [underlings] & have us taxed through our collective noses?

Ed B:

If Keith Richards falls out of a tree in a forest and no one is around, can you tell if his brain sustained any damage?

Tom Wms.:

I had a drug problem as a kid. My mother drug me inside after dark, she drug me to school, she drug me to church. It was awful.

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