“Sid and Nancy were great. They had a genuine affection for each other. I mean, there was that "punk love” where they would put each other down, like Connie and Dee Dee, but it was real. You could tell there was a deep run of affection there. And you could also tell that Sid was like a fish out of water. He didn’t have a clue about the big bad world really. He was a child that depended on Nancy.“
Terry Ork | Please Kill Me: The Uncensored Oral History of Punk
Courtesy of the Young Scrappington Foundation, remember, stop taking the Internets for granted. Shit like this used to be traded on vhs by weird Comic Book Guy type people like me and now all you have to do is redirect thine browser and BLAOW it’s Television getting busy in Terry Ork’s loft. If a tree falls in the woods, and everyone is on Buzzfeed, does it make a noise?