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The Devil’s Lair: RS steps into the well-appointed living space of Motörhead’s Lemmy Kilmister. [Rolling Stone]

The Rest of Us Can Only Dream: Jean Pigozzi balls for real. The rest of us are Sam Bowie by comparison. [Vanity Fair]

Piece by Piece: Some kind soul has broken down the monument of riffs that is the Stones' “Gimme Shelter” into its component tracks. [Dangerous Minds]

The Man Himself: Mat Honan sits down with Vincent Gallo’s twitter doppelganger. [The Awl]

The Super


Anyone who’s passed through a multiplex has a good understanding of the rules of superheroism, but it’s usually confined to on-camera antics. And they’re usually somewhere a bit more glamorous than rural Arizona.

The most recent Rolling Stone has a quasi-exposé about the phenomenon of “reals,” grown men who don self-designed costumes to fight the forces of evil…which usually means local purse-snatchers and the occasional drug dealer.

We’re not going to fault them for doing a little amateur police work in their spare time, and a secret identity can come in handy for lots of reasons, but did they really need the costumes? Nobody questions the occasional good Samaritan, but when you start strapping on shin-guards and ordering a SUPRHRO vanity plate, you’ve gone too far. As the Dark Knight so memorably put it, “I’m not wearing hockey pants.”

Rolling Stone defends the Justice Force»