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  • Giahn Ballantyne
    Ha ha ha ha! thanks Su. I needed a good laugh. A funny internet friend suggested recently that Mick Jagger looked like a goldfish in a bowl blowing bubbles
    Message 1 of 3 , Sep 1, 2005
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      Ha ha ha ha!

      thanks Su. I needed a good laugh.

      A funny internet friend suggested recently that Mick Jagger looked
      like a goldfish in a bowl blowing bubbles when he sang.

      Talk soon!

      Giahn

      --- In talk-about-sahaja-yoga@yahoogroups.com, "sukamoga"
      <sukamoga@y...> wrote:
      > What do Mick Jagger & Mrs. $ have in common? More than you
      > might think. (besides the fact that both have heaps of money.)
      >
      > Flipping through Blender magazine this month, I noticed in the
      > "Ask Blender" section that someone had questioned the origin of
      > the Rolling Stone's tongue & mouth logo--wondering if it was
      > designed by Andy Warhol (no). In answering, Blender also
      > mentioned that the design was based on a Hindu calendar
      > which the logo's designer had seen in a shop in London run by
      > Indians--it has a depiction of Kali on it, with lolling tongue.
      Who
      > knew?
      >
      > Apparently Keith Richards did.
      >
      > From Wikipedia:
      >
      > "The label's famous "tongue" logo thought by some to be a
      > caricature of Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger's mouth.
      > However, Keith Richards has stated that the tongue is based on
      > the Hindu goddess Kali."
      >
      > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rolling_Stones_Records
      >
      > Kali: embraced by a designer, impersonated by a crazy woman.
      >
      > Fun fact for the day...
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