yup hes joined the 2 other famous caddy fans up there , elivs and harley , tho i belive harley may not greet him with kind words after that whole "one peice at a time" escapade , but i bet its interesting up there right now , first bob hope and now ol jonny , what a depressing couple months , i heard jonnys wife died not to long ago , most guys arent long for the world after there lady goes
also makes me wonder what ol john ritters up to up there , suppose hes trying to talk god into strikeing ol suaznne summers with a couple bolts ? hes got a score to settle with that bimbo
i belive jonny elvis and bob hope took a trip to hell for a day to shove pineapples up saddams two sons arses and a few dead terrorists arses that are still looking for the elusive virgins , oh which elvis took care of deflowering already , i imagine everyone will be back at the caddy dealer in the sky after abit talkin god out of that 15 passenger van , sippin some tennesse wiskey
When I saw the video for Johnny Cash's cover of Hurt, I couldn't help but feel he was writing his own eulogy. I guess he was & it was heartbreaking to watch.
While driving home from work this afternoon Edge 102.1 (Toronto alt-rock station) played his cover of Soundgarden's Rusty Cage. The volume knob just didn't go loud enough. He sure had a powerful voice. He may be gone, but he left an incredible musical legacy behind.
Rest in peace, Johhny. You've earned it.
John Ritter - now that was a shock. But didn't Tex die relatively young, too?
BTW Stoneage: Not pineapples, Habanero's. For that burnin' ring of fire...