Entertainment Scientific evidence proves that Bowie's death has altered the World's sense of normalcy

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  1. YodaQuiversStern

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    Six months after the death of David Bowie, normal reality is collapsing at an ever-increasing rate.

    Scientists have concluded that Bowie was in some way integral to the function of what we call normality in ways which they have not yet properly begun to understand, but postulate a hitherto unknown particle called the ‘Bowon’ which helped the universe keep its shit together.


    Researchers at the Large Hadron Collider have added the Bowon to the list of particles they are looking for after recognising that things ‘really started to get all kinds of freaky’ after January 10th of this year.

    “It started with small things,” said Professor of Applied Bowie Physics Simon Williams.

    “Leicester winning the league, for example.

    “But as time goes on, what we humans perceive as ‘normal’ is being revealed as a shared group illusion which is collapsing at an ever-increasing rate.

    “Donald Trump leading in the polls. Hillary Clinton getting the nomination. Boris Johnson becoming Foreign Secretary. Jeremy Corbyn being allowed to remain where he is. That sort of thing.

    “Stuff that simply would not happen in a sane world.”

    Preliminary experimentation in subtracting the Bowon from other fundamental particles indicates that they just lose something of their Strangeness and Charm, and scientists theorise that this is what’s happening to everything, really.

    Staff at CERN have taken to playing Space Oddity down the LHC really loudly to try and pull things back together, and will report on their findings.

    http://newsthump.com/2016/07/15/reality-continues-to-crumble-in-the-wake-of-david-bowies-death/
     
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    David Bowie's death profoundly changed the way I look at the world and how I perceive my own life. Not for the better, either, really.
     
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    Don't worry. It'll all be over soon anyway.


     
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    Why does everyone mourn Bowie, and not Glenn Frey?


     
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    I'm pretty sure the world changed when Bowie did Dancin' In the Streets video with Jagger. And not for the better.
     
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    This calls for human sacrifice to set the world right. Who is the opposite of Bowie in talent, personality and overall good will towards man?

    I know, the Ostrosky-Sterns. Get a rope.
     
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    :cwl:







    Wait, was that a serious ketchun to be answered in a serious mannah?
    Let's just say ripping off what Gram Parsons was doing years before may have sold a shit-ton of records but wasn't as innovative as Bowie (and Prince as well).
     
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    (Plus Frey was a cunt.) :secret:



    Hey, you asked.
     
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    Okay then, give me any Bowie song that measures up to the greatness of "Hotel California".

    If you're having trouble coming up with one, it's understandable. There isn't one.
     
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    LOPz...asshole alert!
     
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    I feel bad for you, srs
     
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    The world has been going to hell in a hand basket since Buddy Holly died. And that's not including the Big Bopper.
     
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    It's the little China girls fault! Fuck her in her slanted shitpipe!! That's the Fact Jack!!
     
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    Great song. You mean the one Felder wrote the music for? I can't think of a single song so I'd say everything from "The man who sold the world" album on through the "Scary Monsters" album. So almost everything he did from 1970-1980, plus Space Oddity from 1969 for good measure.

    Eagles are fine musicians and have released some good easy listening music that I enjoy a lot (love Joe Walsh). It just didn't resonate the same way Bowie's stuff did with me growing up and to this day.
     
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