Whether it accurately corresponds to my enjoyment of the album, I do not know. Because I've not listened to it. But good word use.
Youth in Colour are supporting Nedry at the Lexington on 29th April.
That is all.
Dunno if she's still playing with Laura though.
Saw them at Camden Crawl and it just seemed sub-Mars Volta jazz wank noodling.
It IS still the 90s.
The Putin Tings
Oh hi, Kik is back!
than anything to do with the article. It's bloody impossible to follow who's replying to who.
I think they should stick to using Bentham's "the question is not, Can they reason? nor, Can they talk? but, Can they suffer?" reasoning.
"Our paper gave it 3 stars !!!! They said it was good but Thom Yorke didn't talk to the audience at all and didn't play any "well-known" numbers!!!"
That's what my parents sent me in an email. Dunno what paper it was. Probably The Times.
but in song form, as a cover of Slow Hands by Interpol.
Has anyone come across the ORIGINAL scientific article ? The Times article makes no mention of any of the authors, or journal it was published in. I'd like to have a closer look at this, as it may answer the questions posed by CaviarAndCigarets, and decide whether it actually is "an imbecillic study" or whether black_rooster is simply responding in a way many people do when they see something that doesn't fit into their worldview.
are the days when they're on: