In 2003, we scored one of our biggest interviews to date—probably still one of our most important. It was with David Bowie. With his sudden and inconceivable passing, we decided to reprint it in this issue, in its entirety. It’s an amazingly personal look into an incredible artist and what made him tick.
That’s all I have to say. Be a kook and find the stars.
Jeff Lawrence, DigBoston Publisher + Editor
OH, CRUEL WORLD
I hear you think you’re getting another fare increase because you’re so woefully mismanaged, and because you’ve got the whole Boston rail system under water financially. Then, the other day, I see the Blue Line closed, and buses screwed HARD in an inch of snow. LOL! I have a better idea than another useless fare increase: simply go fuck your mother.
NO MORE FARE INCREASES UNTIL THE MBTA GETS ITS FUCKING SHIT TOGETHER. The public didn’t put you where you are now and you’re not fixing it on our backs.
Next time you think a fare increase is in order, just take that urge & JAM IT nice and dry up the old dirt road until it tickles your sinuses, you greedy cash-humping cockthistles!
Get cancer & die,
The T Riding Public of Boston