Don't hate the media; become the media.
I've always been spiritual but I've never had a proper context, and it took me a while to find the proper context. It's hard to realize you can have any kind of relationship with God you want... and so I now have a punk rock relationship with God
Basically we all need to be anarchists already, there I said it.
She can be a nightmare, but this still feels better than any dream.
I'm going to hell. I'm pretty sure she'd going to drag me there herself.
Misha, my best friend who got me into bed and fucked me with a lie.
My eyes burn with tears, and I'm so tired. So tired of holding back everything I feel and want to say. So tired of being someone I'm not and making mistakes that I didn't have any fun making.
I'm not singing for the future I'm not dreaming of the past I'm not talking of the fist time I never think about the last
I would want to fight in the UFC or Bellator. Why CM Punk? Anyone, just a worthy adversary. It can't be a world-class fighter.
I think that what's perceived as punk out in shopping malls or in chain stores or on MTV has almost nothing to do with what punk is about.
The older I get, the more of an anarchist I become, and I don't mean in a punk rock way.
I was an anarchist punk, and I think, in many ways, I still am.
Questioning anything and everything, to me, is punk rock.
After being a born-again punk rocker for about ten years, the whole thing started falling apart. American hardcore had become Californians in baggy shorts making jokes about being white trash, and British punk had morphed into dogmatic crusties yelling at everyone about everything.
I have a karaoke punk band called The Ungrateful Dead, but we don't exist yet.
I wanted to be in a punk band before I had even heard any punk music.
CM Punk clearly established during his time as a Paul Heyman Guy that he was, as the billing suggested, The Best In The World.
There was something punk rock about Bobby Kennedy not going where the pollsters said or where consultants said. He was unmoored from what was safe or easy.
Punk was never about one particular clean-cut imagery... it's about many, many individuals coming very loosely together.
Looking back on the production of 'Nevermind,' I'm embarrassed by it now. It's closer to a Motley Crue record than it is a punk rock record.