|Lennon used to tip the pizza guy by |
spitting in his hand. He was kind of a dick.
Well, the housekeeper's daughter, a huge Beatles fan, kept the decayed mass of calcium in the family until 2011 when it sold it at auction for $30,000...of money.
|"Going once, going twice...you realize this is a dead man's rotted tooth right? |
You do? Alright: sold for $30,000. That figure again, $30,000...for the tooth."
-The Auctioneer, reevaluating his life decisions.
|"Check it oot!"|
|Above: A typical Canadian|
"Many Beatles fans remember where they were when they heard John Lennon was shot. I hope they also live to hear the day he was given another chance."
-Michael Zuk, DDS
|Think about that next time|
you let a dentist put you under.
Zuk claims on his website that the tooth is 'worth 25 Million Dollars or more to the right company' and that if 'Genetics companies miss out on this opportunity, their marketing people should be taken out back and forced to read [Zuk's] book on the absolute power of celebrity.' Um...ok. Oh, so if had any doubt as to Michael Zuk's Omega-level crazy, please listen to his original song: Love Me Tooth. And while you're doing that, keep in mind that as a dentist, Zuk has access to tiny drills and anesthesia. Holy shit.
|Sorry to disappoint, but there's more|
than a shovel and a cloning machine
between us and a Ramones reunion.
"Many will say the creation of a living clone of John Lennon is immoral or insane, but it can be argued otherwise. JL would have preferred to live a full life and continue his efforts for PEACE."
-Dr. Michael Zuk,
pointing out that Lennon probably