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jimmydean-jamesdean:

59 years ago today we lost James Dean, a Mid-Western dream, the pioneer of teenage rebellion, a talent like no other, and a hero who captured the hearts of so many people, bringing hundreds of strangers together creating bonds of friendship that will truly last a lifetime! I hate to reminisce about his death, because today we should celebrate the life he led, the things he did. I do wish that crash never happened, but I do know if things didn’t happen the way it did we wouldn’t all be gathering in his hometown every year, it makes the pain of Jimmy being gone a lot easier when you have dear friends together to focus on the good and not so much the bad.  I will always be proud to be a fan of Jimmy, there is no one like him, and never will be.
"I liken it to a kind of star, or comet that fell through the sky and everybody still talks about it, they say ‘Remember that night, when that…when you saw that shooting star?’ That was it, I mean, he had that enormous appeal, and magic.” -Julie Harris
{February 8th, 1931-September 30th, 1955}

jimmydean-jamesdean:

59 years ago today we lost James Dean, a Mid-Western dream, the pioneer of teenage rebellion, a talent like no other, and a hero who captured the hearts of so many people, bringing hundreds of strangers together creating bonds of friendship that will truly last a lifetime! I hate to reminisce about his death, because today we should celebrate the life he led, the things he did. I do wish that crash never happened, but I do know if things didn’t happen the way it did we wouldn’t all be gathering in his hometown every year, it makes the pain of Jimmy being gone a lot easier when you have dear friends together to focus on the good and not so much the bad.
I will always be proud to be a fan of Jimmy, there is no one like him, and never will be.

"I liken it to a kind of star, or comet that fell through the sky and everybody still talks about it, they say ‘Remember that night, when that…when you saw that shooting star?’ That was it, I mean, he had that enormous appeal, and magic.” -Julie Harris

{February 8th, 1931-September 30th, 1955}

dickdash

Anonymous asked:

Hello! I was just wondering how you find the people you follow? And what's your favorite memory with Fleetwood Mac? Thank you!! Xoxo

dickdash answered:

In answer to your question about my favorite memory with Fleetwood Mac, that would be the day I left. Lol. Just joking. No, that would be the time I spent the night at George Harrison’s house in England, Friar Park, outside of Henley On Thames, England. More about that night later in this blog. One incredible evening, to say the least.

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jaynemansfielddaily

"My baby (Jayne Marie Mansfield) is the most precious thing of all. She’s adorable. If I ever marry again, I’d like five more children. When will I marry again? At this moment, I don’t know…When I do marry, it will be to someone mature, a man who loves sport and outdoor life, but who is just as much at home in a night club or by the fireside." - Jayne Mansfield, Picturegoer Magazine December 8, 1956. 
This quote was said about two years before her marriage to Mickey Hargitay (although they were already dating at this point). Jayne never did have five more children like she wanted, but she did have four more, so she was close.

"My baby (Jayne Marie Mansfield) is the most precious thing of all. She’s adorable. If I ever marry again, I’d like five more children. When will I marry again? At this moment, I don’t know…When I do marry, it will be to someone mature, a man who loves sport and outdoor life, but who is just as much at home in a night club or by the fireside." - Jayne Mansfield, Picturegoer Magazine December 8, 1956. 

This quote was said about two years before her marriage to Mickey Hargitay (although they were already dating at this point). Jayne never did have five more children like she wanted, but she did have four more, so she was close.