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Lions Roar : July 2014
ILLuSTRATIOnBYPETERBAGGE A Punk Looks at Fifty Crummy cars, a wall of guitars, and a whole bunch of meditation: not exactly the American Dream, but Zen teacher brad warner is good with that. I reCently turned FIFty. happy birthday to me! It’s an annoying age: you’re not old enough to be considered wise but you are old enough to be consid- ered old. I’m too old to be a prodigy but too young to be venerable. nobody cares what fifty-year-olds think. But then, as my dad says, “It’s better than the alternative!” At least I don’t look fifty. Must be all that Zen. Things change. Watching TV, I saw a Cadillac ad that used “Do You Remem- ber Rock and Roll Radio” by the Ramones as its soundtrack. That song was the first track on the first Ramones album I ever bought, End of the century. I played that album until the grooves were gone. It’s SHAMBHALA SUN JULy 2014 25