Monday, June 29, 2009

God Look-a-Likey

If there is a God I imagine he looks and sounds alot like this ...

Those curious numbers and letters in the backgrounds spell out the meaning of life - if you can decode them.

9 comments:

author said...

Transcendental.

Greg O said...

Never listened to much Neil Young, but my jaw was on the floor throughout his version of 'A Day in the Life'... immediately after watching it (on Virgin's 'catch up' service), I rewound it and summoned assorted family members before watching it again. Priceless.

I still say Brian Wilson is God though. Have you seen the bit from that tour documentary where Neil Young's trying to learn the organ part to 'Good Vibrations' in time for a show?

Kyle P. said...

He kinda looks like David Carridine there. Guess that means "god" is dead!

Martin said...

Slightly off-topic, but I discovered Perez Hilton tackling the problem of evil on Twitter. I hope this is the right place to share this.

http://www.celebritytweet.com/PerezHilton/link/2409044111/

Mike said...

I thought Clapton was God.

Stephen Law said...

Thanks for the Perez Hilton tweet...I'd never heard of him till now.

What was interesting about McCartney's appearance with Young, I thought, was how awkward Macca looked. Like someone's embarrassing Dad ambled on to stage for an arm waving sing-along. He obviously needs a bass or other prop to feel comfortable.

Greg O said...

Stephen - I hadn't seen the Macca guest spot, just the Glastonbury performance. Just found it on YouTube, though, so thanks.

Yeah, poor old Macca - doesn't know what to do with himself does he? But he's in a no-win situation really without an instrument to play - he can't just sit there like a lemon while Neil rocks out, but nor can he do anything to take the audience's attention away from the star attraction. They should have given him a stylophone, or maybe a little flag to wave. Or he could have gone crowd-surfing I suppose.

Greg O said...

Just clicked on that Perez Hilton link, having never looked at Twitter before, and I feel like a 12th century monk who's just woken up in an MTV editing suite looking at a bank of TV screens. I can see a lot of @s and oxoxs floating around but nothing I can interpret. God I feel old.

M. Tully said...

Neil Young is not a bad choice, but if there was a god, s/he spoke through Bob Dylan.

I'm just saying.