"[Punk] in itself is comedy. The whole thing is ludicrous. They were taking themselves so seriously—" he laughs—"and the great message you want to tell people forty years later is 'Put butter
on your crumpets'? What they were saying they stood for, which was sort of anti-greed, anti-establishment... At the end, they all want the check. That's the truth." Pop biographer Chris Heath - who's written some rather fascinating books on Robbie Williams
and the Pet Shop Boys
- meets Simon Cowell
posted by mippy
on Sep 1, 2011 -
Up here in the Northern Hemisphere, it's time to break out the sweaters. Wool too itchy for you? (It is for poor Simon Cowell.
) Cashmere and alpaca are easier to wear; a surface comparison shows why
. But you can also steer clear of animal fibers altogether and opt for fabric made from wheat
. For that matter, while you're at the greengrocer, also pick up some bamboo
), soy (1
, corn (1
) and rice
(Vegan yarns previously in AskMe.
posted by GrammarMoses
on Nov 6, 2007 -