Ever wondered if Pink Floyd purposefully synced Dark Side of the Moon with the Wizard of Oz? Or if Johnny Cash actually had the Folsom Prison blues? Gary Graff and Daniel Durchholz tackle these questions and more in their newest book Rock 'n' Roll Myths: The True Stories Behind the Most Infamous Leg ... More >>
hellohighplaces.blogspot.com High Places' Rob Barber and Mary Pearson are sonic soulmates who finish each others sentences and have found a common ground despite their disparate backgrounds--Pearson grew up in rural Michigan playing the bassoon, and Barber came up in the urban desolation of P ... More >>
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From our friend Studies in Crap, formerly in Kansas City, now in LA, who spotted this billboard way out in Kansas: image via It's been observed that the sheaf of wheat in Our Lord's left hand resembles a leaf of pot and that Our Lord himself resembles Charles Manson. Merry Christmas!
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