So when I first heard “I Love You, This is a Robbery” about five years ago, I was working my first job (and hating it with white-hot odium) and that record spoke to me with an eerie clarity. Now that my family is disintegrating and I’m permanently separating myself from my biological father, Spoonboy releases a ton of amazing songs about family and gender and feminist masculinity. Serendipity?
tomorrow is the 63rd anniversary of the Nakba. If you don’t know what that means, read up! read this!
Basic information on the Nakba is required reading for the Zionists in America who seriously believe that modern-day Israel was empty or that Palestinians did not/cannot constitute a nation.
The prison industrial complex ruins everything.
For the first time, the Library of Congress is streaming some of its vast collection of sound recordings of popular music, speeches and comedy online for free.
Holy hell, this is such an amazing project! Evidently, they’re dealing heavily with Sony, so it’d be interesting to read about what conditions Sony is imposing, and how long they’ll stay on board with this. Nevertheless, this is rad.
I was just wondering earlier today what my hot summer jam for 2011 was going to be. Now I know.
Fuck cops, roll tide.
I’m surprised more aren’t upset about the Violent J/Sugar Slam breakup deets. Also, why hasn’t this been on Perez Hilton yet?
Inquiring minds want to know
WHAT ABOUT THE CHILDREN?
GOOD GOD MOXY YOU CAN’T DROP A BOMB AND LEAVE ME HANGING
I have no idea, the rumor mill has some stuff going on but I can’t tell what’s real or not. Anywho, there’s your study break tonight for you. ‘lo love.
Now I’ve got to run to Piggly Wiggly to get a 2-liter of Faygo to pour out. This year’s Gathering just won’t be the same.
It’s Danzig’s favorite holiday!