Airport Death – An Horse – BIRP! May 2011 [Listen]
Another Lover – Kaleidoscope – Pulsating Dream – the Epic Recordings [Listen]
Blue Bus – Daniel Lanois – Here Is What Is [Listen]
English Garden – Silverchair [Listen]
Frozen Notes (Strings Version) – Warren Zevon – Excitable Boy [Listen]
Leaving (Dem) – Youssou N’dour – Guide (Wommat) [Listen]
Playstation Bordello – Soundtrack of Our Lives – A Present From the Past [Listen]
Someone to Watch Over Me (Original Demo) – Amy Winehouse – Frank [Listen]
White Christmas – Elvis Presley – The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll: The Complete 50′s Masters [Listen]
The Worst Taste in Music (Extended) – The Radio Dept [Listen]
€22 for 2 even with a senior discount
As Ms jb’s mum would have said ” Es wird nicht billiger, es wird immer Dürer…”.
…they’re just trying to prevent me from breaking the law in the UK.
It is illegal to:
- sell a knife of any kind (including cutlery and kitchen knives) to anyone under 18
- carry a knife in public without good reason – unless it’s a knife with a folding blade 3 inches long (7.62 cm) or less, eg a Swiss Army knife
- carry, buy or sell any type of banned knife (the list of banned knives is below)
- use any knife in a threatening way (even a legal knife, such as a Swiss Army knife)
Lock knives (knives with blades that can be locked when unfolded) are not folding knives, and are illegal to carry in public.
The maximum penalty for an adult carrying a knife is 4 years in prison and a fine of £5,000.
Bullmoose Records in Portsmouth, NH is probably my favourite music store.
Wildly nerdish/intense staff, great selection, even better recommendations. No tax.
The Portland store (the one in the dungeon) comes close, but gets a big tick because it’s across the Eventide Oyster Company and down the road from Duckfat
Bangor is normal by comparison…..
Arabella – Arctic Monkeys – AM [Listen]
Au Revoir – The Front Bottoms – Talon Of The Hawk[Listen]
BBC: Children’s Hour July 7, 1944 [Intro - Wabash Cannonball; 900 Miles; Stagger Lee; Pretty Boy Floyd] – Woody Guthrie – Woody at 100: The Woody Guthrie Centennial Collection [Listen]
Buzzcut Season – Lorde – Pure Heroine [Listen]
Don’t Go Falling In Love – Kurt Baker – Brand New Beat [Listen]
Girlfriend – Phoenix – Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix [Listen]
Past In Present – Feist – The Reminder [Listen]
Pretty Boy Floyd – Rosanne Cash With John Leventhal – Woody Guthrie: At 100! (Live At The Kennedy Center) [Listen]
Royals – Lorde – Pure Heroine [Listen]
You Know the Night – Jackson Browne – Woody Guthrie: At 100! (Live At The Kennedy Center) [Listen]
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Convenience food is just that. And we are not allowed many conveniences. Especially since the Patriot Act passed, it’s hard to get a bank account. But without one, you spend a lot of time figuring out where to cash a check and get money orders to pay bills. Most motels now have a no-credit-card-no-room policy. I wandered around SF for five hours in the rain once with nearly a thousand dollars on me and could not rent a room even if I gave them a $500 cash deposit and surrendered my cell phone to the desk to hold as surety.
Nobody gives enough thought to depression. You have to understand that we know that we will never not feel tired. We will never feel hopeful. We will never get a vacation. Ever. We know that the very act of being poor guarantees that we will never not be poor. It doesn’t give us much reason to improve ourselves. We don’t apply for jobs because we know we can’t afford to look nice enough to hold them. I would make a super legal secretary, but I’ve been turned down more than once because I “don’t fit the image of the firm,” which is a nice way of saying “gtfo, pov.” I am good enough to cook the food, hidden away in the kitchen, but my boss won’t make me a server because I don’t “fit the corporate image.” I am not beautiful. I have missing teeth and skin that looks like it will when you live on b12 and coffee and nicotine and no sleep. Beauty is a thing you get when you can afford it, and that’s how you get the job that you need in order to be beautiful. There isn’t much point trying.
The rest is over here.
We rent a small unit at Storage World in Nelson. Full of stuff ready to be moved into the cottage when it’s finished next year.
Massive rain event in April last year – close to 120mm in an hour in some places – and considerable quantities came streaming through Wakatu Estate. And by extension, Storage World.
We weren’t too badly affected – only ankle deep and most of our stuff was in plastic bins – and Cameron got it sorted for us within a couple of hours.
But isn’t it just cool that you get a thank you note just for being their customers and invited to lunch to meet the new mayor?