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I have always maintained that paradigm shift away from signing Rock and Metal acts is part of the decline in sales the major labels have talked about for years. I mean, to me, that should be so obvious. For decades, literally, as long as Rock N’ Roll has existed, a large swath of major label income came from Rock, and later, Metal bands. So if you essentially stop signing the thing that brought in a significant portion of your income, how are you confused when you don’t sell as much? It’s like cutting off your nose to spite your face. I still don’t get it.
Aging on camera is just very hard. I love my age. I feel good about myself but high definition television is not kind. You don’t even look like yourself in high-def. It just makes every little line on your face more exaggerated so it ends up aging you. It’s like you’re watching yourself seven years older.
relationships. That’s all there really is. There’s your relationship with the dust that just blew in your face, or with the person who just kicked you end over end. … You have to come to terms, to some kind of equilibrium, with those people around you, those people who care for you, your environment.
Here’s why I think there’s something a little odd with George Bush. Because a lot of the times when he speaks, his words don’t match his face. Something is askew. You can’t talk about the war with a smile on your face. He does it constantly. If you’re the President, you should go We’re going to talk about the war, I must have a frowny face. The only time you can smile when you’re talking about the war in Iraq is when you go, Well, two Iraqis walk into a bar, hahaha.
I want to be able to get my point across. I respect people expressing their freedoms and their liberties and their rights, but at the same time I’m almost mindful that my freedoms can be other people’s downfalls. I don’t want to flash my freedoms in your face all the time, especially if they’re going to be detrimental. I can get you to understand my point without going overboard, and we’re cool.
To me, my Dad’s the greatest guy – next to Jesus Christ – who ever walked this planet. He’s been that outstanding male role model in my life. And he’s still the same guy I grew up around, very conscious of the image he sets forth. As he would say, ‘Wouldn’t do anything behind your back that I wouldn’t do to your face.’
Life on a lifeboat isn’t much of a life. It is like an end game in chess, a game with a few pieces. The elements couldn’t be more simple, nor the stakes higher. Physically it is extraordinarily arduous, and morally it is killing…You get your happiness where you can. You reach a point where you’re at the bottom of hell, yet you have your arms crossed and a smile on your face, and you feel you’re the luckiest person on earth. Why? Because at your feet you have a tiny dead fish