When the New York Times said God is dead

Do you realize that Elton John and his partner had a baby, and he actually named it Levon? As in, Levon:

It is good to know Elton is as fond of this song as I am.  Admittedly, its the baby’s middle name; he actually has five: Zachary Jackson Levon Furnish-John (Furnish is Elton’s husband). Apparently the kid was born on Christmas Day, which kinda excuses it, but still – Elton John has a child, and he named it after a (WACKY) character in a ridiculous (but great!) song he wrote. Presumably, Zachary’s child will be named Jesus.

In other news, there is now a show on Animal Planet about Mike Tyson getting into competitive pigeon racing.


“The main insight is the birds and what they mean in our lives. Even though I might be out there fighting and getting locked up, this is what we do. This is no hobby.”

So that’s whats up.


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1 Response to When the New York Times said God is dead

  1. Steph says:

    BEST BLOG POST OF 2011 SO FAR. Oh Shira, how I miss you…

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