Thoughts On The Dead

Musings on the Most Ridiculous Band I Can't Stop Listening To

Before You Throw My Heart Back On The Floor

Eight #1 hits in America. (How many did you have?) And the man had great hair.

Say good night to the 20th century, Gracie. New world now. Let’s be brave. It’s easy, being brave: just takes a little faith.

8 Comments

  1. And once he got outed, he dealt with it in a powerful way. He refused to be “safe” gay and just went for it being super duper out gay, not downplaying the sex part of it, which was sort of the normal way of being “out” at the time.

    • that is so true. he was extremely out once he got outed, which was probably extremely helpful to countless kids! i am so sick of 2016.

  2. Some old nobodaddy

    December 26, 2016 at 4:54 pm

    This argument that the number of hits (or sometimes it’s the amount of money made) is evidence of someone’s validity, legitimacy or their value seems gross and superficial. And by that measure, the more hits someone has/had, then the better they are. That’s taking this logical fallacy to it’s logical conclusion. So by this measure, Taylor Swift is almost as good (she’s had at least five)and Jason Aldean and Tim McGraw are significantly better. Meanwhile, the Grateful Dead, Frank Zappa, the Residents, Tom Waits and Lou Reed are terrible.

    It’s insulting when people use it, and it’s beneath Mr ToTD to use it, even if it was in jest.

    While not a fan, I could at least understand the fixation on Van Halen and Queen.

  3. On a lighter note and in an alternate universe……Phil as Andrew Ridgely.

  4. Luther Von Baconson

    December 26, 2016 at 9:23 pm

    thank you old ajax acid heads. you really made it come together. here. today.

  5. Nobody wants any part of 2017 or something else on the horizon that has so many checking out.

  6. 2016 was a great year for me. Sad to see it go.

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