It's not just it being a toy.Hmmm. The vast majority of consumer goods are made by poor people in shitty conditions. For a fella who's always going on about kids' rights you're pouring a lot of scorn on something just because it's a toy
Hmmm. The vast majority of consumer goods are made by poor people in shitty conditions. For a fella who's always going on about kids' rights you're pouring a lot of scorn on something just because it's a toy
I am very conscious of hearing banal music. It really annoys me.I was reading this thing about the psychology of playing extremely innocuous shitty pastel versions of tunes, particularly classical tunes, in public spaces. They were saying it appears it's difficult to muster up and maintain aggressive behaviour with this shite getting piped in, and it leads to a measurable decrease in vandalism and various anti-social type stuff.
So yeah, maybe the sound pollution is a conspiracy to keep you in line.
I put my 9 year old down to bed the other day, and the neighbors were out their back having a little party or something.I am very conscious of hearing banal music. It really annoys me.
I put my 9 year old down to bed the other day, and the neighbors were out their back having a little party or something.
Half an hour later I went in to check on her.
"Do you know the only thing more annoying than the sound of teenagers giggling?"
"Grown ups. Giggling".
And not another word was spoken.
I've just googled it there and it seems that the word "solid" has been used for "favour" for quite some time. I've just noticed it in the last month or so. Someone did someone a solid. Sounds very bad.
in the absence of an 'isn't that ironic, ya I really do think thread'.
The Commitments/ Psychobilly connection https://www.rte.ie/archives/2021/07...Ue8pPUElGhlbHYuKOmUcTKW4g30VMndBcV7dNIaBB6cQIThe King Kurt guy briefly addresses that in this rather good article. Personally I feel he needs to be seen,on his knees,weeping,self- flagellating, and ultimately committing sepuko on live prime time tv.
The turbocharged twist on rockabilly enraptured 80s punks and rock’n’rollers – and alienated plenty more – with its food fights, ferocious club nights and phantasmagoriawww.theguardian.com
I love the commitments. It got me into soul music.
The Commitments/ Psychobilly connection https://www.rte.ie/archives/2021/07...Ue8pPUElGhlbHYuKOmUcTKW4g30VMndBcV7dNIaBB6cQI
a band member of ours has decided to make the most of lockdown and is attending a pulse recording college 16 week course online and one of the lads from the film is in the class.
The sax guy? Hansard can afford to pay someone to do it for him and the sax guy is the only other lad from the band who I saw gigging in the past 20 years.
Maria Doyle Kennedy and Bronagh Gallagher both mix acting and doing music but seem more focused on acting at the moment.
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