1. Plays: 84

    Nina Simone - Suzanne (Leonard Cohen cover)

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  2. 14:19 14th Jul 2014

    Notes: 123

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    Tags: futbol


    The storylines of Brazil 2014, courtesy the GFOPs at Google

  3. 13:38

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  4. 11:23 10th Jul 2014

    Notes: 2

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    Greepoint of View

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  5. 11:30 9th Jul 2014

    Notes: 4

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    Tags: bob marley

  6. 16:10 8th Jul 2014

    Notes: 279281

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    You can tell a lot about someone from how intensely they get into Bohemian Rhapsody

  7. 11:30

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Sam Shaw, Arthur Miller and Marilyn Monroe in New York

    Sam Shaw, Arthur Miller and Marilyn Monroe in New York

  8. The Statue of Liberty was so resolutely reimagined as a monument to immigration that few remember it was built as an anti-slavery monument, uniting Republican France and the victorious Union government; the broken slave shackle around Liberty’s foot is today only a detail in specialists’ photographs.
  9. 14:33 3rd Jul 2014

    Notes: 12368

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    Tags: lisa bonetthe cosby show


Queen of babes


    Queen of babes

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  10. 14:27 27th Jun 2014

    Notes: 192

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    Tags: bob marley

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  11. The Futility of Existence

  12. As far as I know, the only person ever to put Japanese lyrics to the Beatles song “Yesterday” (and to do so in the distinctive Kansai dialect, no less) was a guy named Kitaru. He used to belt out his own version when he was taking a bath.

    Is two days before tomorrow,
    The day after two days ago.

    This is how it began, as I recall, but I haven’t heard it for a long time and I’m not positive that’s how it went. From start to finish, though, Kitaru’s lyrics were almost meaningless, nonsense that had nothing to do with the original words. That familiar lovely, melancholy melody paired with the breezy Kansai dialect—which you might call the opposite of pathos—made for a strange combination, a bold denial of anything constructive. At least, that’s how it sounded to me. At the time, I just listened and shook my head. I was able to laugh it off, but I also read a kind of hidden import in it.

    — excerpt from ”Yesterday" by Haruki Murakami
  13. 10:53 6th Jun 2014

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  14. 11:30 1st Jun 2014

    Notes: 38

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    Tags: phil collinsgenesismusic


    Genesis - “Turn It On Again” (Duke; 1980)

    I just really like this song. That’s all.

  15. 11:30 31st May 2014

    Notes: 241

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nickdrake:  Jarvis Cocker.


    nickdrake:  Jarvis Cocker.