bass clef symbol on music staff

LCII

“Once I know that I can remember
whenever I like, I forget.”

—Umberto Eco

bass clef symbol on music staff

LCII

“Once I know that I can remember whenever I like, I forget.”

—Umberto Eco

Every Christmas my Dad would whip up his special eggnog out of bourbon and ice cubes.

Futurama, “Xmas Story”

More photos.

George Strait, “Amarillo By Morning”

If they didn’t want to experience consequences, they shouldn’t have decided to live in the future.

XKCD, “Leap Year 2021

KPM 1000 LP Series

From the site: “The world famous KPM 1000 Series, also known as the vinyl ‘greensleeves’, were originally recorded in the 70s and have recently been re-mastered at Abbey Road Studios. These albums are perennially popular and are frequently sampled by high profile commercial artists.”

Sick burns from Your Kickstarter Sucks, “The Slurpcast

Transit Vocal Band, “Hide and Seek” (Imogen Heap cover)

I'm not America’s nightmare,

I’m the American dream.
I’m not America’s nightmare,
I’m the American cool.

Janelle Monáe, “Crazy, Classic, Life”

When ruling elites call for peace, they are demanding docility

Alexander Livingston, “Martin Luther King Knew There’s Nothing Peaceful About Nonviolence If You’re Doing it Right

Many on the Right propagating conspiracy theories about “antifa” have also been stockpiling weapons while warning about FEMA death camps, martial law and erosions of Constitutional liberty. But as we saw during earlier Black Lives Matter protests and are seeing again now, many such individuals side with militarized police who are crushing protests. Using contorted conspiracist logic, it is the police and now the military who are preventing tyranny, and their victims who are actually the instigators of martial law.

Cip Gibbons, “Donald Trump’s ‘Antifa’ Hysteria is Absurd, but it’s Also Very Dangerous