Henry rollins dating quotes
Dear Henry Rollins, In a recent interview you expressed concern, like so many of our other socially conscious celebrities, that the so-called “War on Women” was slowing the wheels of progressive permissiveness.It caused me to reflect on why I’m no longer much of a fan.Frankly, Henry, the band was at its best when you weren’t singing.Still, it was during that otherwise forgettable decade that you began to forge something of a unique and compelling persona, committing yourself to physical fitness and acquiring a number of distinctive tattoos, many of them atrocious. You had by then come into your own as a kind of countercultural “renaissance man.” There were books, music (often lackluster), spoken-word performances, and movie roles (mostly bad).You wouldn’t be 51 and still dating because it’s hard for you to be “truly close to someone” or whatever neurotic Hollywood excuse you use.Henry, in hindsight, it now seems clear that the supposed individualism and self-actualization you made a career out of promoting was only another form of the self-absorption that Malcolm Muggeridge called the Great Liberal Death Wish.
He went on to television, notably The Henry Rollins Show and MTV's 120 Minutes and has appeared in a few minor roles in film. Someone is thinking of the way your breath escapes your lips when you are touched.
These thoughts are saving a life somewhere right now. If I lose paper and ink, I will write in blood on forgotten walls. I will capture nights all over the world and bring them to you.""They say true love only comes around once and you have to hold out and be strong until then.
In some airless apartment on a dark, urine stained, whore lined street, someone is calling out to you silently and you are answering without even being there.
I thought it might be cathartic for us both if I explored the subject in the form of an open letter, something like the one you once penned to Ann Coulter (not that I don’t think she’s a shrieking harpy myself).
Since you share your angst with others on stages all across the world while clad only in a pair of skimpy shorts, I figure you’ll have no qualms about this. A number of great punk bands emerged in the early 80s, but Black Flag was not one of them (cool logo, though). I don't want to be fed these boring facts and figures. I'd rather starve my mind a bit and have to search out nutrition in stranger places.""My feelings for you shame me into silence.