where’s my melancholy folks at
"Justifiable Homicide" - Dave Goodman and Friends (1978)
"…They put him in a cell… In hell!"
If this tune sounds a bit Sex-Pistolesque to you, well, there`s a damn good explanation for this: it was released in 1978 by Dave Goodman, the early Sex Pistols sound engineer and producer -responsible for the band`s huge selling bootleg album "Spunk"- who did the singing himself, with two members of the Sex Pistols, Paul Cook on drums and Steve Jones on guitar, referred to as "Friends", since they couldn`t be named due to contractual obligations.
"Justifiable Homicide" was written in protest to the 1978 court verdict covering up the death of Liddle Towers, who died of internal bleeding in dubious circumstances, shortly after being arrested and released from police custody, a victim of police brutality.
The Plains of Heaven, John Martin. 1851-1853.
bus vs bike commute
bus: safe, comfortable, relaxing
bike: slightly faster, flexible schedule, but kinda sketch tbh
someone talking about math: I love some factorials
their friend: me too and the hypotenuse
me, interjecting: does this bus get off on 3rd street or am I on the wrong one? I only got on this bus because I thought the bus driver was attractive and now im trapped on a moving bus
"Where are my shin-pads" - an epic and thrilling tale featuring Lukas Podolski
A Tribe Called Quest - Oh My God
that feel when you get together with your boys and eat a steak and talk about the race cars
Fjaðrárgljúfur, Iceland (by Valter Joannas)
wow great…arsenal f*cking sucked…again