Ludlow
#1
I believe Elvis was a truck driver down in Mississippi before he got into music and became famous. He was eventually put up on a pedestal and made to be larger than life. Sounds like a dream. He died at 42 I believe. You can decide in your own mind if he died a happy man, or would he have been happier as a truck driver. I think the latter.
 
Danbones
+1
#2
The pills got to him I think
...so like many celebrities from him to Michael Jackson and George Michaels, maybe their doctors effed them up.
I know if I wan't such a bull headed monster, doctors I have delt with would have done it to me
Come to think of it there are many who were also, like Hendrix, done in by people who benefited financially...

I wonder how he would have felt about robots taking over?
 
Curious Cdn
#3
Quote: Originally Posted by DanbonesView Post

The pills got to him I think
...so like many celebrities from him to Michael Jackson and George Michaels, maybe their doctors effed them up.
I know if I wan't such a bull headed monster, doctors I have delt with would have done it to me

I wonder how he would have felt about robots taking over?

You gotta show the plastic surgeons a picture BEFORE they cut, Frankenstein.
 
Danbones
#4
I did, they said you had a copyright on your face,and they couldn't correct it even if they wanted to because ugly is to the bone...
and just like stupid, that can not be fixed


here I cooked you supper
enjoy
Last edited by Danbones; Jan 21st, 2017 at 05:08 PM..
 
personal touch
#5
Quote: Originally Posted by LudlowView Post

I believe Elvis was a truck driver down in Mississippi before he got into music and became famous. He was eventually put up on a pedestal and made to be larger than life. Sounds like a dream. He died at 42 I believe. You can decide in your own mind if he died a happy man, or would he have been happier as a truck driver. I think the latter.

Ludlow I am concerned on how you make up stories which are filled with doom and gloom
Are you o.k?
Too much shift work?
Not enough play
 
Ludlow
+1
#6
Quote: Originally Posted by personal touchView Post

Ludlow I am concerned on how you make up stories which are filled with doom and gloom
Are you o.k?
Too much shift work?
Not enough play

Huh? what the fukk are you talking about?
 
personal touch
#7
Best love songs ,I love the velvet paintings of Elvis,everyone has made love to the love songs of Elvis,and will continue to do so,fond memories are flooding my mind
Are you lonesome tonight?great love song!

Precisely!
Are you into the hard shyte now?
If so we will talk later

Huh?

Huh alone tells me your into the hard shyte or 18 years old,maybe 26 with a frontal lobe issue

Quote: Originally Posted by LudlowView Post

Huh? what the fukk are you talking about?

Its your lucky day,I am into idle chit chat
 
Ludlow
#8
Quote: Originally Posted by personal touchView Post

Best love songs ,I love the velvet paintings of Elvis,everyone has made love to the love songs of Elvis,and will continue to do so,fond memories are flooding my mind
Are you lonesome tonight?great love song!

Precisely!
Are you into the hard shyte now?
If so we will talk later

Huh?

Huh alone tells me your into the hard shyte or 18 years old,maybe 26 with a frontal lobe issue


Its your lucky day,I am into idle chit chat

well how bout you idle chit chat with someone else.
 
Tecumsehsbones
+3
#9  Top Rated Post
Quote: Originally Posted by LudlowView Post

I believe Elvis was a truck driver down in Mississippi before he got into music and became famous. He was eventually put up on a pedestal and made to be larger than life. Sounds like a dream. He died at 42 I believe. You can decide in your own mind if he died a happy man, or would he have been happier as a truck driver. I think the latter.

And maybe he would have died on the road in the 1950s. Or maybe he would have ended up a dirt-poor drunk and died alone.

Ain't no guarantees, Lud. Decide what you want and go for it, but don't let that blind you to opportunities that pop up. Have an idea of your direction, but don't pick a specific road. Take whatever looks best at the moment, and don't be afraid to switch.

That's all I got. I doubt it woulda helped Elvis.
 
Ludlow
+1
#10
Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

And maybe he would have died on the road in the 1950s. Or maybe he would have ended up a dirt-poor drunk and died alone.

Ain't no guarantees, Lud. Decide what you want and go for it, but don't let that blind you to opportunities that pop up. Have an idea of your direction, but don't pick a specific road. Take whatever looks best at the moment, and don't be afraid to switch.

That's all I got. I doubt it woulda helped Elvis.

Seems like fame has it's own pitfalls.
 
Tecumsehsbones
+2
#11
Quote: Originally Posted by LudlowView Post

Seems like fame has it's own pitfalls.

Obscurity can suck, too. Thoreau said "Most men lead lives of quiet desperation." Only reason we see the unhappiness of famous folk is that they're famous. Trust me, there's plenty you never heard of, and never will, that have their own pitfalls.

People who say money can't buy happiness don't know where to shop. Or as a friend of mine said, "Money can't buy happiness, but it'll sure as hell buy you a half-pound of cocaine and two sixteen-year-old girls."
 
MHz
#12
Was he hyped up while Buddy Holly died in a plane crash and that decided who was the 'king of rock and roll'? He made a lot of money for his handlers who obviously didn't care about him
 
gopher
+2
#13
Elvis is alive and well and living in Minneapolis!
 
Curious Cdn
+1
#14
Quote: Originally Posted by gopherView Post

Elvis is alive and well and living in Minneapolis!

My wife and I saw him in Rutland Vermont twenty years ago.
 
gopher
#15
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious CdnView Post

My wife and I saw him in Rutland Vermont twenty years ago.




Wouldn't surprise me at all. Elvis is worshiped in those parts: Elvis Presley Alive and Well in Vermont! (external - login to view)
 
Remington1
+1
#16
I will take unhappy rich over unhappy poor any day. Taking off to a private villa in Italy to clear my mind goes much faster than taking a drive to Mississauga (to save on gas).
 
Curious Cdn
#17
Yeah, Mississauga is pretty grim, AWF. (After White Flight).
 
Hoof Hearted
#18
Elvis never sang off key, because he never sang on key. He'd just reverberate his voice 'around' the notes. Apparently he died on the thrown while eating a bucket of KFC.

He was surrounded with 'Yes Men' his whole career...much like Trump. Unfortunately there's nobody in the Presidential circle who will slap Trump's face and tell him to get the heck off of Twitter. His unwillingness to listen and his hubris will be his downfall I predict. Quite often what gets you there, can also take you out.
 
gopher
#19











LONG LIVE THE KING!
 
spaminator
+1
#20
visiontv.zoomer.hc1.ca/Docume...w_2-6_2000.mp4 (external - login to view)
 
personal touch
#21
Quote: Originally Posted by LudlowView Post

well how bout you idle chit chat with someone else.

Ludlow I would like to have you in the conversation,did I offend you?

Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

Obscurity can suck, too. Thoreau said "Most men lead lives of quiet desperation." Only reason we see the unhappiness of famous folk is that they're famous. Trust me, there's plenty you never heard of, and never will, that have their own pitfalls.

People who say money can't buy happiness don't know where to shop. Or as a friend of mine said, "Money can't buy happiness, but it'll sure as hell buy you a half-pound of cocaine and two sixteen-year-old girls."

I think you should switch up friends,or go back to acting school
 
Danbones
+1
#22
when it comes to opportunity knockin, just remember:
happiness can't buy money

choose wisely
 
gopher
#23
www.ordway.org/performances/elvis-lives (external - login to view)



Elvis Lives


MUSIC/CONCERTS, ORDWAY MUSIC THEATER


Elvis Lives is an unforgettable multi-media and live musical journey across Elvis Presley's life. His iconic style, embraced by many of today's artists, continues to intrigue audiences of all generations. Featuring finalists from Elvis Presley Enterprises' worldwide Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest, audiences "Can't Help Falling In Love"® with this phenomenal theatrical concert experience.








Was there ever any doubt?
 
MHz
#24
Quote: Originally Posted by DanbonesView Post

when it comes to opportunity knockin, just remember:
happiness can't buy money

choose wisely

I read that I should cheer up as things could be worse, soon as I did, things got worse. I'm at the stage that if I'm really careful nothing good or bad will happen to me.
 
bobnoorduyn
#25
Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

Obscurity can suck, too. Thoreau said "Most men lead lives of quiet desperation." Only reason we see the unhappiness of famous folk is that they're famous. Trust me, there's plenty you never heard of, and never will, that have their own pitfalls.

People who say money can't buy happiness don't know where to shop. Or as a friend of mine said, "Money can't buy happiness, but it'll sure as hell buy you a half-pound of cocaine and two sixteen-year-old girls."



Or as my dad said, "but at least you can choose your own kind of misery". Or as I say, "reality is only a crutch for those who can't handle beer".
 
EagleSmack
#28
Quote: Originally Posted by LudlowView Post

I believe Elvis was a truck driver down in Mississippi before he got into music and became famous. He was eventually put up on a pedestal and made to be larger than life. Sounds like a dream. He died at 42 I believe. You can decide in your own mind if he died a happy man, or would he have been happier as a truck driver. I think the latter.

Of course you're retarded so...
 
Ludlow
#29
Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmackView Post

Of course you're retarded so...

Eaglecrack likes Troomp cock.
 
EagleSmack
#30
Uh oh... another one is obsessing and overcompensating.
 

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