Staring at the Sun, Chris McCaw
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What's up Donald Trump, heard you have a phobia about stairs pic.twitter.com/UV96NhS5Fl— Xeni Jardin (@xeni) January 30, 2017
WHAT IN THE HELL DID I JUST WATCH???????????????????????????WHEN HAS A PRESIDENT EVER DONE THIS???! IM SCREAMING!!!!!!!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/LupgicIyUz— Jess (@Jess4_RK) January 28, 2017
Give me your hungry, your tired your poor I'll piss on 'em. That's what the Statue of Bigotry saysLou Reed - Dirty Boulevard
- Kevin 'The Bug' Martin
Maybe it’s because misery seeks company and we all feel better knowing someone else has been to the same zones of null. Maybe it’s the craving to know someone else is articulating loss so perfectly, but BLUE is a racially universal state of mind that unites us all in the need for release… and the need to drop some tears occasionally. The anatomy of melancholy is irresistible to me. There’s a beauty in sadness that goes way beyond self-pity, and magnetizes me to the purest of emotions. So many of these tracks have been my companions at difficult times, and some have even provided the catalyst for Bug eye droplets hitting the floor.
In this instance this mix is as deep as the ocean to me and twice as welcoming.
25 Jan 1983 the Smiths played their 2nd ever show. It was reviewed by 'City Fun' fanzine. Great last line. pic.twitter.com/vZBPxlyz4n— Dave Haslam (@Mr_Dave_Haslam) January 25, 2017
RIP- Jaki liebezeit— Geoff Barrow (@jetfury) January 22, 2017
Who's playing had the biggest influence on me.
If I was only 10% the player you were I'd be happy. pic.twitter.com/0hfCsXakDy
The legendary Jaki Liebezeit in 1966 with the Manfred Schoof Quintet. #RIP #MetronomicUnderground pic.twitter.com/GgrbT0Iao9— Andy VoteI (@AndyVotel) January 22, 2017
GOP colleague let me see his Trump hat. It was made in China. Awkward given Trump's #BuyAmerican pledge. All talk no action? #Inauguration pic.twitter.com/dIfHNHwYap— Rep. Cheri Bustos (@RepCheri) January 20, 2017