Johnny Cash Costumes, Guitars, Lyrics For Sale

Oct 25, 2010 Full story: WBALTV.com 9

The man in black will be bringing in some green when Johnny Cash's guitars, costumes, handwritten lyrics and personal belongings go on the auction block.

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morons united

Seattle, WA

#2 Oct 25, 2010
Should'nt they have thrown the junks in the garbage already? Who would want to hoard soiled sweaty costumes?
short trus micro bus

Wanette, OK

#3 Oct 25, 2010
Johnny Cash and John Wayne were great represenatives of the American sprit in the 60`s , during race riots, war demonstration and a doped out peace crazed generation of useless hippies.

These were great times for those who never doughted Old Glory !
Chuck Hays

Colcord, OK

#4 Oct 25, 2010
short trus micro bus wrote:
Johnny Cash and John Wayne were great represenatives of the American sprit in the 60`s , during race riots, war demonstration and a doped out peace crazed generation of useless hippies.
These were great times for those who never doughted Old Glory !
In the '60's Johnny Cash was a lot closer to the "peace crazed generation of useless hippies' than he ever was to John Wayne.
morons united

Seattle, WA

#5 Oct 25, 2010
YMMLMAO! We all go to the toilet and dump our loads. I don't get this kind of sentiment to a fellow man who grumbled am few notes for a lavish living. I think thats really dumb IMO.
ws w

United States

#7 Oct 26, 2010
short trus micro bus wrote:
Johnny Cash and John Wayne were great represenatives of the American sprit in the 60`s , during race riots, war demonstration and a doped out peace crazed generation of useless hippies.
These were great times for those who never doughted Old Glory !
I see you are not the atho - ra - tay on the sixties or Cash
Wayne was a racist
He stated in the early 70's that blacks shouldn't hold political office due to a low level of intelligence.
I always liked John Wayne until I read that
I hope that lung cancer made him rethink his assinine comment
and I also hope he is buried next to a person of color
Cash was a musician
he owned a plantation in Jamaica
add that together please
now you tell me who he might have been more comfortable with
Hello....your not Johnny Cash
Hellyeah

Reading, PA

#8 Oct 27, 2010
ws w wrote:
<quoted text>
I see you are not the atho - ra - tay on the sixties or Cash
Wayne was a racist
He stated in the early 70's that blacks shouldn't hold political office due to a low level of intelligence.
I always liked John Wayne until I read that
I hope that lung cancer made him rethink his assinine comment
and I also hope he is buried next to a person of color
Cash was a musician
he owned a plantation in Jamaica
add that together please
now you tell me who he might have been more comfortable with
Hello....your not Johnny Cash
Dont belive everything you read. Look at the entire body of work.
You Know

Albany, NY

#10 Feb 16, 2011
ws w wrote:
<quoted text>
I see you are not the atho - ra - tay on the sixties or Cash
Wayne was a racist
He stated in the early 70's that blacks shouldn't hold political office due to a low level of intelligence.
I always liked John Wayne until I read that
I hope that lung cancer made him rethink his assinine comment
and I also hope he is buried next to a person of color
Cash was a musician
he owned a plantation in Jamaica
add that together please
now you tell me who he might have been more comfortable with
Hello....your not Johnny Cash
Oh please....your Goody Two-Shoes routine is so typical of someone born in a generation after these two men. Step down from your holier-than-thou pedestal. You would have been thinking worse thoughts if you grew up during the same time as these gentlemen did.
Chuck Hays

Colcord, OK

#11 Feb 17, 2011
ws w wrote:
<quoted text>
I see you are not the atho - ra - tay on the sixties or Cash
Wayne was a racist
He stated in the early 70's that blacks shouldn't hold political office due to a low level of intelligence.
I always liked John Wayne until I read that
I hope that lung cancer made him rethink his assinine comment
and I also hope he is buried next to a person of color
Cash was a musician
he owned a plantation in Jamaica
add that together please
now you tell me who he might have been more comfortable with
Hello....your not Johnny Cash
John Wayne never said that, and you can't provide any credible source to show that he did.
yoyo

Media, PA

#12 Feb 17, 2011
smoke dope and listen to the music, peace on earth

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