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Thom Yorke Is Not Crazy About People

Thom Yorke of Radiohead.

Thom Yorke does not like celebrity culture. When Jack Black and Miley Cyrus expressed a desire to meet him, he spurned their requests. “I’m surrounded by a world of grinning idiots and I don’t want to be another one.”

Radiohead came to prominence in 1992 with their hit single “Creep.” Yorke wrote the song as a college student after being rejected by a girl. The song is about not feeling good enough…

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Loren Kantor

Loren Kantor

Loren is a writer and woodcut artist based in Los Angeles. He teaches printmaking and creative writing to kids and adults.

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