“That’s true, for my words are my own, but my actions are those of my ministers”.
Nearing the end of Day Twenty Two and soon, the end of MOvember 2012. The 1 December is getting ever so closer and with that comes the cold weather and shorter days.
Todays MO photo shows off my MO more than any photo I’ve posted so far, it’s one that I planned a long, long time ago and I have been looking forward to uploading this one.
I have taken inspiration from Charles II, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland. His father, King Charles I, was executed in 1649, at the climax of the English Civil War with Charles II becoming king shortly after.
MOustaches in the News
The new songs on People, Hell and Angels were recorded in 1968 and 1969. It is thought Hendrix had intended them for First Days Of The New Rising Sun, his follow-up to Electric Ladyland, which he was working on when he died.
The album is due to be released in the US on 5 March, although a UK release date has yet to be set.
Hendrix is also about to hit cinemas around the world, with his set from the 1969 Woodstock festival released later this month.
Useless Facts About MOustaches
Little Richard, born Richard Wayne Penniman in 1932 is arguably the ‘King of Rock and Roll’. In 1957, at the top of his game, Richard abruptly quit rock and roll music and became a born-again Christian.
Throughout his career Little Richard expertly sported a pencil or mouth-brow moustache. Narrow, straight and thin as if drawn on by a pencil, closely clipped, outlining the upper lip, with a wide shaven gap between the nose and moustache.
In 2004 Rolling Stone ranked Richard number 8 on their 100 Greatest Artists of All Time list. And earlier this year, Little Richard marked his 67th year of public performing.
Day nineteen Answer: DON RICKLES
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