Aug 31, 2009 · 1 minute read
We’ll have sandwiches.
I feel a responsibility to a younger version of me, one that back in 1996 would be shocked and depressed about Oasis finally splitting up. But sadly, I no longer have it in me. Besides, The Quietus has summed up most of my feelings on the matter,
though I think it gives Noel a bit too much credit, and that Amorphous Androgynous mix of Falling Down is not as good as its surrounding hype.
So I’ve failed myself. But I will point out that he was absolutely right about Kenickie.
Aug 26, 2009 · 1 minute read
The first Senate website…
Aug 19, 2009 · 1 minute read
The Internet mourns.
Aug 13, 2009 · 1 minute read
Posted before, but now on YouTube and watched this afternoon by Los Campesinos (I would like to vote for Psychic Defence and Can I Take U 2 The Cinema? for the cover project, by the way).
Kenickie — Check 1-2 part 1
Kenickie — Check 1-2 part 2
(bonus quiz - spot Kieron in his Brem X Jones / David Kohl years!)
I know it's shouting into the wind at this point, but a b-side collection/remaster/DVD is still needed. I will leave you with words from the wise @loscampesinos:
Anybody who hasn't heard 'At The Club' by Kenickie, please get it. They were everything a band should be.
Aug 8, 2009 · 1 minute read
The greatest computer game review of all time: Stuart Campbell reviews Kick Off ‘96 in the final issue of Amiga Power.
(Jonathan Nash’s fake-score of Alien Breed 3D 2
must run a close second. Especially since Team 17 apparently fell for it…until they read the review…)
Aug 6, 2009 · 0 minute read
Aug 6, 2009 · 1 minute read
"When President Bill Clinton nominated Stephen Breyer and Ruth Bader Ginsberg to serve on the high court, I voted for their confirmation, as did all but a few of my fellow Republicans. Why? For the simple reason that the nominees were qualified, and it would have been petty, and partisan, and disingenuous to insist otherwise. Those nominees represented the considered judgment of the president of the United States. And under our Constitution, it is the president's call to make."
John McCain, 2008.
Voted No on Associate Justice Sotomayor confirmation, 2009.
Aug 1, 2009 · 1 minute read
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