LK: Jill? Steve: giving up I know. Which- Steve: Yeah it is. Like we blew away the college scene. Do you still have a gas mask in your London home? Here comes the big endorsement!
But, uh- John: Well, let's hope it was the genuine article! Lisa: Speaking of coming ahead of the herd - I just happen to be doing live band karaoke now. Yeah, so I've always - all respect to you. And what should people do with it, John?
LK: Why is it difficult? Go ahead, Crazy Jack. JL: Well, it's like this: Look, a true Anarchist doesn't need a uniform.
Next up it's Cara in Columbus, Ohio. They seem to like it a lot. LK: Steve, thanks a lot. And that came about because around the time of "God Save the Queen," I was attacked by some, uh, Royalist fans shall we say? At the time, we had no idea that it was going to become so well-known.
JL: You know, you have to have the common sense to realize what is quality work, and what is purely imitator.
If you think that the whole rebel punk voice of the DIY Anarchist scene is still viable today. I think it was called Adobe. I think, actually, my big break was when I met Ike and Tina Turner in