A legendary country/rock and roll musician, born in Arkansas, who enjoyed the peak of his popularity in the 60s. Recently portrayed in the Oscar winning film Walk the Line by Joaquin Phoenix, Cash was nicknamed "The Man in Black." He is arguably most famous for his song "Folsom Prison Blues," describing the hardships of residing in a prison located so close to a railroad track. He is one of three men to have the honor to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Country Music Hall of Fame, and the Songwriters Hall of Fame. In short, JC is the balls, and we will all miss him dearly.
I just listened to Johnny Cash's Ring of Fire and jizzed myself out of pure excitement.
The religion made up by a negro man named Bokonon. It is a fictional religion used in the classic Kurt Vonnegut novel "Cat's Cradle" published in 1963. It is a religion that claims to all be lies, but is still popular in the fictional Caribbean Island "The Republic of San Lorenzo."
"All the true things I am about to tell you are all shameless lies," is a classic quote that defines the views of Bokonism.