There is a new Moz book being released in May that claims to have the answers to all my questions. Preposterous. Think it will answer these?
When was the last time Moz ate cheese?
Does Moz still wear leather shoes?
Does he read the forums at Morrissey-Solo?
What does he think of the phrase cheese is murder?
Did Moz have a crush on Johnny?
Did he sleep with Johnny?
Is Morrissey really bi?
Is Damon bi?
Did Moz sleep with Tina?
Updated March 9, 2015 at 01:02 PM by realitybites
The album, World Peace is None of Your Business, is about human agency—particularly the structures which limit it.
Human agency is the capacity for humans to make choices. In World Peace is None of Your Business, Morrissey describes numerous situations where agency is limited or influenced by structures outside of one's control. Many of the songs address society's pressure to make individuals conform. Several other songs concern themselves with freedom: how much and how little the
Updated January 7, 2015 at 05:50 PM by realitybites
This is what I think happened.
Moz hires Steyn to be his bodyguard or security staff member. Moz requests that David Tseng be removed from the queue line at the Santa Ana gig as he has imposed a lifelong ban on David attending his concerts. In his classic hyperbolic style, Morrissey and/or the tour manger, adds/asks Steyn, either while alone or in the presence of other security team members, if David "could get hurt" and "could be gotten rid of." Then they discussed
Updated August 5, 2014 at 09:07 PM by realitybites
I have been listening to World Peace is None of Your Business on repeat for the last three hours. It is a wonderful album. At least as brilliant as You Are the Quarry. The standout tracks for me are Staircase at the University, Art-Hounds, and Kiss Me a Lot. I also love Istanbul, The Bullfighter Dies, and World Peace is None of Your Business. I have listed the tracks in descending order from most favored
Updated July 30, 2014 at 03:44 PM by realitybites