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Top Ten Things Classic Rock Taught Us
(submitted by Unckman)
Deep political messages combined with hallucinogenic drugs create wildly entertaining jingles.
Drugs have a cumulative effect.
When you are on drugs the number of homonymes in the English language quadruples.
A lack of talent can be offset by mass quantities of alcohol, drugs, decibles, and hair.
Air guitar is a legitimate instrument.
If your scream is high-pitched enough, it becomes manly again.
Don't take drugs or fly in airplanes or helicopters: Rockstars 0 Fate 27.
(The Incognito Penguin, Shaggy Wolf)
That for desperados it's going to be a heartache tonight at the Hotel California, so take it easy.
(The Incognito Penguin)
When you're booked to sing at the Super Bowl halftime show your career is, for all intents and purposes, over.
You're not old until there's a radio station dedicated to your favorite music style because no other station will play it anymore.
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