Pop Culture. Ice Skating. Attitude.
June 24, 2016
June 24, 2015
· Published June 24, 2015
May 6, 2016
· Published May 6, 2016
November 12, 2015
· Published November 12, 2015
I’m there with you. This is baffling and disheartening in the extreme, not just what it means for Britain, but what it will mean for the U.S.
I need tea.
In more funky news, yesterday The Rumpus posted this great piece about Prince: Prince Rogers Nelson, Guitar Player: A Symposium. There are lots of videos linked in it, some of which have already disappeared from YouTube. I was able to track this one down, which I’m going to share in the hopes you guys get to see it before it too vanishes:
I am glad to hear this on this morning. The only thing that tempers it of course is that 2016 took Prince as it has taken so much.
And I fear that the first half of 2016 was the better half.
Yes, 2016 needs to go home; it’s drunk and trashing the place.
If you click through to the article I linked, be sure also to check out “Blues in C (If I had a harem)” which is very much Prince as I want to remember him: cheeky and smiling and unabashedly virtuosic.
Kitty missed the bus to Glastonbury
A few days ago, Ani retweeted something to this effect
History of Europe
War War War War War War War War War War War War
Quarrels about bananas.
Well, England, yes England not Britain, has chose War.
This worries me much more than the Rise of Trump and Trump was bad enough. I worry that we are at the end of a time of upheaval and headed for a global cataclysm.
It is 1937 or 1938 all over again.
I’m glad y’all are here. I’m so demoralized by everything right now.
It was surreal yesterday dealing with my aged Dad falling, a trip to the hospital, and the brexit at the same time. Today I’m just numb & exhausted & FML really.
Current status: Looks like my Dad got lucky with only bumps, bruises, scrapes and a cut above an eyebrow which needed stitches. And I got to find out he was hiding a couple of things that need addressing. I dunno, maybe it’s an omen? (Yeah, pitiful reaching, /sigh)
Glad to here that your dad took no lasting ill effects from his fall. Best to him and to you.
Glad your Dad came out as well as can be expected.