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mos6507

Aging Disgracefully

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OUCH. That was not fair! No Way, Jimmy Page Rules (guess who said so) as always. Well, I wouldn't exactly dye the hair, I would rather ... cut it... cut it short. You are Robert's opposite, Jimmy, I guess it should stay this way in terms of style and looks. :yourock:

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everyone. stop aging now!

the world is full of fucking idiots who are afraid to get old.

I'm going to write an article called "Writing Disgracefully":

1. Metromix LA

2. ...

:D

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I'm assuming the writer is young? Well I only have one thing to say to writers like that: YOUR TURN (of aging) WILL COME!!!

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I'm assuming the writer is young? Well I only have one thing to say to writers like that: YOUR TURN (of aging) WILL COME!!!

:lol: That's guaranteed!

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I walked in a record store in Washington once and there was this kid, not much older than me, I was asking about Ritchie Blackmore and Deep Purple stuff and he seemed totally perplexed.

As to the writer, I do think they are young and disrespectful, true. I wonder if those were all their ideas (for that silly article), or overheard at local bars, or somewhere.

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What's disgraceful about these rock talents growing grey hair and wrinkles or Ann Wilson getting fat. Let her have her cake and eat it too for goodness sakes.

I am more creeped out at those 60+ celebs who look eerily like they did in their 20's. Jaclyn Smith, well she had good work done on her but her pic now and her pic in the 70's together, it's eerie and leaves me feeling like X files about her.

Why can't they embrace their wrinkles like Robert. He looks real and still so hot.

As for the hobo that wrote this article, you go on enjoying Justin Timberlake and whatever pittance money you got out of your article go buy yourself your silicone cheeks and Angelina's genitalia lips. I'm sure you can also breed kids like poultry. Here's to your creepy test tube culture.

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This world revolves around a beautiful, sexy, youth-oriented culture where aging is looked upon with distain. Sad, but true.

As some Hilton heiress once said "We all get ugly".

Jimmy Page happens to be the exception to that. He looks wonderful.

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And avoid snorting the ashes of his pop! (Richards)

Ohhh... our minds run in the same gutter. LOL B)

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What's disgraceful about these rock talents growing grey hair and wrinkles or Ann Wilson getting fat. Let her have her cake and eat it too for goodness sakes.

I am more creeped out at those 60+ celebs who look eerily like they did in their 20's. Jaclyn Smith, well she had good work done on her but her pic now and her pic in the 70's together, it's eerie and leaves me feeling like X files about her.

Why can't they embrace their wrinkles like Robert. He looks real and still so hot.

As for the hobo that wrote this article, you go on enjoying Justin Timberlake and whatever pittance money you got out of your article go buy yourself your silicone cheeks and Angelina's genitalia lips. I'm sure you can also breed kids like poultry. Here's to your creepy test tube culture.

Totally agree. No need to do anything but try and remain as healthy as possible. That fake face look does nothing for them and does absolutely nothing for me. Having scars and such removed is one thing but to me there is something weird about waking up beside an alien in the morning....just sayn'

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I really can't understand why Jimmy is one of aging disgraceful people.

His musical distinguished services are extraordinary and large.

And moreover he is a wonderful father to his children and nowadays he is also a lovely grandad.(when he came to Japan last year,he cheerfully talked about his grandchild in interview and he looked very happy then)

He looks great with dignity today(including his classy grey hair).

I love and respect all of him!

In Japan with interviewer

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