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jesus christ // brand new

i know you’re coming in the night like a thief
but i’ve had some time alone to hone my lying technique
i know you think that i’m someone you can trust
but i’m scared i’ll get scared and i swear i’ll try to nail you back up

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bitchesloveramirez:

Sean Penn: Playboy Interview November, 1991 (excerpts)
PLAYBOY: Any interesting cellmates to talk with? (in Los Angeles County Jail, 1987)PENN: The “night stalker,” Richard Ramirez, was in the cell across the way. You’re in an eight-and-a-half-foot-by-eleven-foot cell all by yourself. You eat in your cell. It’s four concrete walls with an iron door, with a little wired Plexiglas window. So you can see each other. Ramirez and I had one thing in common: We’re both insomniacs. I’d look across at him and he’d look across at me. PLAYBOY: Did you talk to Ramirez or Buckey?PENN: Ramirez and I had to take showers at the same time a lot, because we were both high-priority inmates, because of our high profiles. There were threats on us both. Ramirez asked for my autograph once. I said, “I’ll give you mine if you’ll give me yours.” Paper passing is contraband, so he asked a guard and the guard figured he wanted to be the cupid in the situation. Actually, this guard was a decent guy. He brought over Ramirez’ autograph. It read, “Dear Sean: Stay tough and hit ‘em again. Richard Ramirez, 666.” It included a pentagram and a very good illustration of his view of the Devil. So I wrote him back something to the effect of, “Dear Richard: It’s impossible to be incarcerated and not feel a certain kinship with your fellow inmates. Well, Richard, I’ve done the impossible. I feel absolutely no kinship with you.” He got a kick out of it. He had a sense of humor.
PLAYBOY: Did you end up feeling sorry for any of them?PENN: I’ll tell you, there’s nothing like being in jail and hearing the screams of somebody who’s going to be in there for the rest of his life. At night, you’re trying to sleep and you hear these fucking primal screams. When you think about what it’s like being in jail, you think to yourself, These people don’t deserve to be released, but nobody deserves this.PLAYBOY: Was Ramirez a screamer?PENN: Ramirez was odd. He was like a textbook psycho. He was funny. What he did was obviously horrible, but in jail, he was like the typical bad actor. He was like the psychos on The Mod Squad. He’d jerk off a lot when nurses were around. He’d start jerking off and laugh this manic laugh. Yeah, he was a big star there.
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bitchesloveramirez:

Sean Penn: Playboy Interview November, 1991 (excerpts)

PLAYBOY: Any interesting cellmates to talk with? (in Los Angeles County Jail, 1987)
PENN: The “night stalker,” Richard Ramirez, was in the cell across the way. You’re in an eight-and-a-half-foot-by-eleven-foot cell all by yourself. You eat in your cell. It’s four concrete walls with an iron door, with a little wired Plexiglas window. So you can see each other. Ramirez and I had one thing in common: We’re both insomniacs. I’d look across at him and he’d look across at me.

PLAYBOY: Did you talk to Ramirez or Buckey?
PENN: Ramirez and I had to take showers at the same time a lot, because we were both high-priority inmates, because of our high profiles. There were threats on us both. Ramirez asked for my autograph once. I said, “I’ll give you mine if you’ll give me yours.” Paper passing is contraband, so he asked a guard and the guard figured he wanted to be the cupid in the situation. Actually, this guard was a decent guy. He brought over Ramirez’ autograph. It read, “Dear Sean: Stay tough and hit ‘em again. Richard Ramirez, 666.” It included a pentagram and a very good illustration of his view of the Devil. So I wrote him back something to the effect of, “Dear Richard: It’s impossible to be incarcerated and not feel a certain kinship with your fellow inmates. Well, Richard, I’ve done the impossible. I feel absolutely no kinship with you.” He got a kick out of it. He had a sense of humor.

PLAYBOY: Did you end up feeling sorry for any of them?
PENN: I’ll tell you, there’s nothing like being in jail and hearing the screams of somebody who’s going to be in there for the rest of his life. At night, you’re trying to sleep and you hear these fucking primal screams. When you think about what it’s like being in jail, you think to yourself, These people don’t deserve to be released, but nobody deserves this.

PLAYBOY: Was Ramirez a screamer?
PENN: Ramirez was odd. He was like a textbook psycho. He was funny. What he did was obviously horrible, but in jail, he was like the typical bad actor. He was like the psychos on The Mod Squad. He’d jerk off a lot when nurses were around. He’d start jerking off and laugh this manic laugh. Yeah, he was a big star there.

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