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|In Memphis you can always spot a country fan his petrified hairstyle doesn't |
blow in the wind. An irrational ... Then a ten second psych-out before 'I'm A Lazy
Sod'. ... 'I'm not here for your amusement you're here for mine.' They're playing ...
|I'm not here for your amusement. You're here for mine. John Lydon We |
participate in a tragedy; at a comedy we only look. Aldous Huxley There is no
reason why a joke should not be appreciated more than once. Imagine how little
good music ...
Michael Powell - 2010 - 512 pages
|Trevor McDonald, on Bernard Manning I'm not here for your amusement. You're |
here for mine. John Lydon We participate in a tragedy; at a comedy we only look.
Aldous Huxley There is no reason why a joke should not be appreciated more ...
|4We're pretty... pretty vacant And we don't care. 'Pretty Vacant' (song, written by |
Johnny Rotten, Steve Jones, Glen Matlock and Paul Cook) on ibid. 5 I'm not here
for your amusement. You're here for mine. To audience in Memphis, Tennessee ...
|hear you all listen to Dolly Parton down here. Are you still celebrating Elvis's |
birthday? When audience members began to throw things at the group, Rotten
informed them, I'm not here for your amusement, you're here for mine. So
|Eastern Bloc during the Cold War, and afterwards...well, we've been through here |
twice already in force, but it's constantly spewing out new threats. You're here
now. You managed to bring all this equipment in. Yeah, I've been ... Okay, I told
mine. Now you tell ... I'm not here for your amusement, he warned. It's not ...
|Figure 4.124.14 Pierre Huyghe, This Is Not a Time for Dreaming, live puppet |
play and super 16 mm film, 24', 2004. Courtesy Marian Goodman ... See, I'm not
here for your amusement, no, you are here for mine!87 What, then, are we left ...
|I'm not here for your amusement, he drawled. You are here for mine. Sid, |
meanwhile, stood semi-catatonic for most of the show, only coming to life when
he ripped off his leather jacket to reveal a scarred and bloody chest. Later,
Robert Andrews - 1993 - 1092 pages
|why He should, and yel to believe that man does not live in a state of nature but |
in history, and that history as we know it now began with ... 1« During the
crusades all were religious mad. and now all are mad for want of it. ... 2 Your
audience gives you everything you need. They tell you. There is no director who
can direct you like an audience. ... 6 I'm not here for your amusement. You're here
|I am and if you are here with intentions of making an offer for the Tonk you are |
wasting your time. It's not for sale. The woman had brown eyes, ... This is a very
good martini and I'm not here to buy this place. I just came in for a drink and a ...