Great post, thank you. As an avid reader of memoirs, would you recommend this book?, and succinctly, if so, why? [sorry in advance if my reply gets your post moved to the ‘black hole’ so it’s not cluttering this thread]I've just read Acid for the Children, a memoir by Flea of Red Hot Chili Peppers band, and he refers to the Dead End Kids when describing the immediate and intense bond he formed with school friend and bandmate Anthony Kiedis (described as a handsome devil and his perfect partner in crime). Flea was always looking for love, looking for family, and he writes that, for kids like him that came from broken homes, finding a friend introduced the possibility of true family. The Dead End Kids, the Bowery Boys and the Little Rascals were the families he envisioned for himself.
He hasn’t. He is the spitting image of his dad, Peter.I think it’s fair to say that our dear Mozzer has had some ‘work’ done on his face. The fact is, to each their own….I myself wouldn’t do it a) because nobody gives a rip what I look like and b) I just feel like it’s okay to get older….any thoughts?
He does look very smooth, nicely done. Goes well with his weight loss which tends to deflate the face. I wonder if he’s wearing a hat because he’s had some hair restoration as well. It’s really fine, expected even. If it’s a confidence booster for him, that’s all that counts.I think it’s fair to say that our dear Mozzer has had some ‘work’ done on his face. The fact is, to each their own….I myself wouldn’t do it a) because nobody gives a rip what I look like and b) I just feel like it’s okay to get older….any thoughts?
take a look at the 1938 movie _''Angels with dirty faces" starring James Cagney , Billy is the leader of the gang of kids who live by their wits in the slums of New York. It's Bill's finest moment as well as possibly Cagney's best work. 90 minutes that might help you understand Moz more as well.Thanks for the info.
Still non the wiser (not meant in a disrespectful way, jus