Every device I have has ad blocker and tracker blockers installed. I just never see this stuff. Or anything else. This form of advertising is either a blunt instrument or creepily invasive and I want nothing to do with it. Also, it generally just distracts from the content.
they believe the post-apocalypse will be fun
The book of Revelation has always been a popular choice in America.
There are, however, a couple of issues the party will find it hard to resolve: most notably its frequent reference to the Psychoactive Substances Act as a model, when that act is currently kneecapped by an animal testing ban
I'm interested to know more about this RB. What's the issue with animal testing?
I have the book on order from the library and am looking forward to reading it.
Just because I was thinking about her this week, is there much about Wendy Carlos? She's fab. Imagine recording Bach one note at a time on a monophonic keyboard on tape!
We Built This City may be the worst song of all time (personally I'd vote for Peaceful Easy Feeling by The Eagles) but it does translate to Auckland quite well:
We built this city...
We built this city on vol-ca-noes
I have the same recurring flying dream, Russell. It feels like a mix of gliding and swimming. Being able to jump off things and glide or being able to kind of swim upwards in the air. Quite pleasant, they're always fun dreams to have.
The other recurring dream is being on-stage with a band and being totally unprepared. Anxiety dream I guess.
Part of the domain?
Do you mean part of Mt Eden/Maungawhau?
Building on the parking lot, whilst a good use of space would be pretty terrible for the KA. It gets pretty loud in there sometimes and I can't imagine apartment dwellers that close to sound source wouldn't complain about it.
I'm all for density and brownfield development but I can't see how developing the car park wouldn't lead directly to the KA being developed too.
I guess at the end it's Maureen and her partner's decision what to do with the property, though I will miss the place if it goes. Too many amazing nights there.
Are you thinking of Temple Bar? Lasted until early 2000s.
punk, dance music and hip hop – all appeared at once in an evolutionary flurry. But did anyone experience all of those, or was each largely inaccessible to the other?
Never been a scene person (probably too introverted) but if I were picking one, I'd go with 1950's NY jazz scene around the 5 Spot in lower east side. Miles, Monk, Mingus, Coltrane + mobsters.