The Truth about Beethoven’s fifth Symphony

When I used to get home from school, I would watch the last 15 minutes of this show… I kind of remember one episode where there was a single office cubical in the woods…. Somehow I would use that to improvise my favorite Joke… The joke was a long explained punchline that had me talking about my boring job and all it’s most boring details of the hardships of “Selling Erganomic Office Flooring”… the idea was that hard floors, even carpeted floors wer bad for feet bad for posture and created stress…. So the answer was to produce mildly contoured office flooring that were exact copies of different woodland or grassland surface areas…. down to literally using real grass watered every night by a drip irrigation system… I must say, as bizarre as that joke was 20 years ago… It still makes me laugh today.
The messengers of love. I heard this for the first time after withdrawing from the University a Few years ago. I was working and living in a small apartment that i found for 400 a month. i didn’t earn much more than that in a month, so I spent most of my time painting and listening to music. I didn’t even have furniture until I started taking home what I saw being left out for Bulk Trash and Furniture collections. This song was always refreshing during those painting sessions.
I don’t know about any of you out there… I do know that the commercial culture and Fadism of music has grown substantially these past 2 decades… So while I have lived most of my life as a musical gypsy of sorts.. spending years listening to a couple bands but always shifting into different musical genres, I find myself drawn back to the years of “Walkman” music. what was “Walkman” music? to me that was a time when you had maybe a small cassette tape collection, So listening to full albums was the mainstay. Sure sometimes we’d record mix tapes and they had so much character to them… Anyway, this is from before my heavy Genre travels… or is it the first genre travel I made? it’s hard to tell for sure, But this album was such an important one to me. Despite my later travels to Punk Rock, Industrial, Ska, Reggae, Hard Core… this album still has so much power to it. I hope you enjoy “Rudderless” One of my favorite tracks from the album.

The Heart’s Filfthy Lesson

There is an interesting concept, I have been thinking about for a few years now. A streamlining of politics. Most of it didn’t complete itself until the early 2000s. Examples?
1. Smokers being removed from public spaces = denial of social and political rights
. 2. Even Democrats are part of the Church Group Crowed using far less scientific flair than decades ago
3. No Paid Art Except for Advertising
4. No Digital Communications Unless its through our Internet Service Providors = No looking out, unless everyone get to look in.
5. No single Occupancy Pay Rates, unless you are a special circumstance, i.e. trust fund kid… i.e. get married or have 2-3 roomates for life. These Are All Critical Flaws..