I Want To Die In 2012

I Want To Die In 2012



Well now I've gone and done it... Found the day I want to die...


So this is my "Suicide" note for the World




NO!



I'm not going to "off" Myself, now or later, (to the best of my knowledge)


So don't get too happy.





What a way to start a new blog... Watching "Dexter" on Showtime and "The Nostradamus Effect" on the History Channel.


BUT HEY !


Great things come to those who watch T.V.

First off I don't think the timeline is "fixed." So this date in the future is irrelevant!

But if the 2012 shit is real, nobody is going to live for the next 40 years after it, anyway.


(Well that's the way hear it from the "Rumour Mill")













Don't get me Started on a Forum with no rebuke! Comment if you dare.

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Just in case someone didn't know Rick Wight of Pink Floyd die in 2009





Background information
Birth name Richard William Wright
Also known as Rick Wright
Born 28 July 1943(1943-07-28)
Hatch End, Middlesex, England
Died 15 September 2008 (aged 65)
Genres Progressive rock, psychedelic rock, experimental rock
Occupations Musician, songwriter
Instruments Keyboards, Organ, Piano, Synthesizer, Trombone, Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Fiddle, Harpsichord, Saxophone, Cello, Mellotron, Farfisa, Vibraphone, Accordion, Drums, Percussion
Years active 1964–2008
Labels Capitol, Columbia, EMI, Harvest
Associated acts Pink Floyd, Zee, David Gilmour, The Screaming Abdabs (Sigma 6)




Richard William "Rick" Wright (28 July 1943 – 15 September 2008) was an English pianist, keyboardist, vocalist and songwriter, best known for his career with Pink Floyd.[1] Wright's richly textured keyboard layers were a vital ingredient and a distinctive characteristic of Pink Floyd's sound. Wright frequently sang background and occasionally lead vocals on stage and in the studio with Pink Floyd (most notably on the songs "Time", "Echoes",[2] , on the Syd Barrett composition "Astronomy Domine" and on "Remember a Day").

Though not as prolific a songwriter as his bandmates Roger Waters and David Gilmour, he wrote significant parts of the music for classic albums such as Meddle, The Dark Side of the Moon and Wish You Were Here, as well as for Pink Floyd's final studio album The Division Bell.

2 comments:

  1. A question for my God (name--well, He told Moses to tell the Israelites that "I AM" sent him): God, what should I ask You?

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  2. To help solve poverty should be this weeks most asked Question this week. How can America help Haiti when it can't feed it's self

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