MaryLouLord described you as sensitive, vulnerable and said you aroused maternal feelings in her. Mary is cool.Maybe she thinks I’m vulnerable.She knewKurt Cobain,and we met right after his death.I think that ever since we got to know each other, she tried to transfer the feelings she had for him onto me.But “vulnerable”… that actually fits Cobain better than me.
“I didn’t like Hampshire College at all, but I did like the professor I had that was the main guy. I graduated from there. It was a place with no grades and no majors. It was like make your own program, and it was pretty hippie in a good way. But the people going to school there were a real problem to me. I didn’t like it. I moved off campus as soon as I could, second year. So, I tried not to really get caught up in all the crap going on with people coming out of high school who are like, “I wasn’t cool in high school, so now I’m gonna be really cool.” Continue reading →
“I didn’t think I’d be playing on TV. I mean, I didn’t think any of this stuff would happen but I’m glad that I get to go outside of the country. I didn’t like to think about what would happen. I don’t know what I thought would happen. Nothing. That’s what usually happens.”
“Some years ago, when a couple of friends ‘ were turning 30 and were all bummed out, I was like, who cares? It’s like nobody cares but them. But then, it happened to me a little bit, too. A few months before my birthday, it started to be on my mind. Then, two months before, it started to be a drag. Up until the last moment it seemed like, well, maybe I’ll get hit by a truck and I won’t have to turn 30. Then it happened and it didn’t bother me anymore.”
“I’ve never been to mardi gras. I have a friend who lives there who says it can be kind of gross and I’m interested to see it, but I don’t have any real plans. Probably drink a lot of hurricanes or something. I’m not going to be running around in the street telling people to take their clothes off or anything like that.”
“These nightmares weren’t all me killing people. I mean, I’ve never killed anyone. And I never would. Weird how you always forget your dreams—like you’re supposed to forget. All this subconscious stuff is meant to crystallize momentarily and then dissolve.”
“Steve found this robot that had these guns that came out, and there was a guy behind the counter who would light the lyrics on fire. And it’d burn up part of the counter top and we’d have to go ‘OK, let’s do it again.’ Clean off the counter top, then here comes the robot, then burn the lyrics. I don’t know, it was kind of fun, watching the lyrics burn.”