Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Only Two Things Can Survive A Nuclear War...
Cockroaches and Keith Richards

Yes, the very same Keith Richards who I've posted about before is at it again.

This time, marble-mouth claims to have snorted his father. That's right... Richards claims to have mixed some of the ashes of his father with some of his own private stock of nose candy.

In an interview with Britain's The Independent newspaper, Richards was quoted as saying;

"The strangest thing I've tried to snort? My father. I snorted my father," said the 63-year-old in an interview with NME. "He was cremated and I couldn't resist grinding him up with a little bit of blow. My dad wouldn't have cared, he didn't give a s***. It went down pretty well, and I'm still alive."

The article went on to say;

Richards, described by friends as a wonder of modern science because his body has stood up to so much drug abuse - he was once addicted to heroin and was a very heavy drinker...

An acquaintance recently said he had a "constitution like an ox, he can swallow enough booze to sink a battleship and appear virtually unaffected"; and another once said that only two things would survive a nuclear war - coachroaches and Keith Richards.

Last year, their touring was interrupted when Richards reportedly fell out of a palm tree while on holiday in Fiji. He underwent brain surgery after the accident. "But that's the way it is," he said. "I mean, s***, Keith Richards has got to do everything once."

This guy singlehandedly ensured all the distillieries of both Scotland and Kentuky were profitable, as well as keeping the drug trade was alive and well for a few decades... and he'll probably outlive me.

Does anyone know where that contract signed in his own blood is?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Keith later retracted that statement. It seems it was an April Fool's joke.

Dr. Eric

2:12 PM  
Blogger Dad29 said...

Cockroaches and Keith Richards

There's a difference?

2:12 PM  
Blogger Anita Moore said...

Keith looks like he's been through at least a couple of nuclear wars. In the public defender's office, we called this look "rode hard and put away wet."

By the way, VSC, thanks for putting me back on the blog roll. I'm glad I have not incurred the Displeasure of the Lair.

2:41 PM  

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