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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 ...
|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 ...
|The Art of Pierre Huyghe Amelia Barikin. I am haunted by your imagination, |
Annlee tells us. See, I'm not here for your amusement, no, you are here for mine!
87 What, then, are we left with in this shell without a ghost, this state of exception
|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'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,
|'I'm going to tell you I think it's a coincidence. ... She lowers her head so it's level |
with mine. ... 'But you're in here for your own safety. ... You're here to get well. ... I
don't want to fucking drown. Not here.' 'Is it a flood you're talking about then? A
flood in the UK?' 'It's more than that. ... and when there's a choice between
humiliation and amusement, I know which response is best in buildings with no