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  1. Random Thoughts v.3

    Plant on his current relationship with Jimmy Page “We meet in a bus shelter just outside London now and again. We’ve both got macintoshes on.”
  2. Drummers who sing

  3. Jimmy has kept just about everything pertaining to the band's history.
  4. That is truly heartwarming.
  5. Happy Mothers Day

    Happy Mother's Day,Mum's.

  7. Pamela Des Barres new book

    In 1987, famous groupie and rock ‘n’ roll lifer Pamela Des Barres released I’m With the Band, a juicy tell-all about her affairs and adventures with Mick Jagger, Jimmy Page, Keith Moon, Don Johnson, Jim Morrison, Waylon Jennings, and many others. The irresistible page-turner went on to land at No. 11 on Billboard’s ranking of the top 100 music books of all time and earn praise from even Nobel Prize-winning wordsmith Bob Dylan, but at the time, Des Barres’s unrepentant tales of sexual liberation on the Sunset Strip raised many judgmental haters’ eyebrows and hackles. In fact, years before “slut-shaming” was the national hot topic it is now, a famous shock-rock DJ actually introduced Des Barres as “the national slut.” But as she celebrates the 30th anniversary of I’m With the Band, Des Barres is as unapologetic and free-spirited as ever, and she’s opened the door of self-expression to a new generation of memoirists, some of whom take her writing classes and even inspired her latest, fifth book, Let It Bleed: How to Write a Rockin’ Memoir. In this personal essay, Des Barres reflects on how being known, for better or worse, as “queen of the groupies” helped her learn how to embrace her own life story and teach others to do the same. https://www.yahoo.com/music/im-band-author-pamela-des-barres-slut-shaming-30-years-later-ive-done-hard-time-groupie-suffragette-233146100.html

    U.S Metalheads,In Death will be touring your country again soon on the back of their new album "The Devil Speaks". If you like your metal tight and brutal they're not to be missed!
  9. - Would Bonham approve?

    We'll never know,but I do.
  10. Let's Write A Story (5 Words Only)

    own,he howled like a
  11. Thanks luvlz2,it's safe where I live.And the cool change that came through on Sunday was very welcome
  12. Random Thoughts v.3

    New Year’s Resolutions seem like a good idea. They get you thinking about your future and looking at what’s required to make it a reality. But because they aren’t often achieved, resolutions often set people up for failure and this isn’t good for your self-esteem along with your mental and emotional health. If setting and not achieving your New Year’s Resolutions is getting you down, then stop torturing yourself! Ditch the resolutions and do this instead: 1) Focus on what you do have and like about your life Resolutions get you focusing on what you ‘don’t’ have, which creates a ‘lack’ or ‘gap’ within you. Sometimes this can provide the necessary ‘kick up the behind’ to make the necessary changes to your life, but more often than not focusing on ‘lack’ means that you’ll create more of this and start to feel ‘bad’ about your life. This isn’t ideal. A better idea is to focus on what you ‘do like’ about your life and be grateful for that. The law of attraction means that you create more of what you continually think about and focus on. As a result, you’ll attract more of what you want into your life and the ‘good things’ will naturally grow. Doing this is a much kinder and gentler way of improving your life. 2) See every day as a chance to start fresh January is often seen as a way to start fresh with a clean slate in terms of your life, but I’d like to challenge this ‘yearly reset point’. Instead, why not see each day as a new beginning. That way you have 365 chances to improve your life each year rather than just one! There are times where you’re going to have a bad day. There are times where you’re going to self-sabotage or procrastinate or undo your hard work. But this is normal because you are human. If you only give yourself a yearly reset point, you make your life very hard! If I’ve had a bad day, I feel safe in the knowledge that tomorrow is a new day where the ‘reset’ button has been pressed. Just like pressing the ‘control-alt-delete’ button on your computer, you can start each day with a new attitude on a different foot. You can wipe the slate clean knowing that life can be different tomorrow. Don’t let one mistake get you down. Be kind and gentle with yourself. Realise you are human. Take the pressure off. Let yourself have a bad day or a bad week and allow yourself to move on. Why not wake up each morning and ask yourself ‘what one thing am I going to do today to make my life (and the lives of others) even better’? Daily and consistent action is key because it’s the small steps that add up to make the big changes.
  13. Five pictures of Jimmy in a box... £7000?

    I regret to inform that these are the only "five pictures of Jimmy in a box" that I have. And still only £7000!
  14. Five pictures of Jimmy in a box... £7000?

    1.2.3. 4.5. Taking orders now.All major cards accepted. PM me for payment details.