The possibilities of polygamy

by David on January 25, 2009

The polygamy debate still continues but what most commentators will not ask is why almost every man with numerous wives has them all wear long, ugly dresses and heavy walking shoes. Apart from the fundamental immorality and irresponsibility of the (…)

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Heavenly Peach Banquet from Monkey – Journey to the West

by David on January 25, 2009

Damon Albarn and Co live on Jools Holland’s Later

Sabali by Amadou & Mariam

by David on January 24, 2009

Mariam Doumbia and Amadou Bagayoko, met in Mali’s Institute for the Young Blind and have been playing together since the 70s. This song, Sabali was number 15 on Pitchfork‘s top 100 tracks of 2008. Hope you like it.

Best of luck

by David on January 20, 2009

Barak Obama’s alternative Inaugural Speech

by David on January 20, 2009

My fellow Americans, today is a psychadelic day. You have shown the world that “hope” is not just another word for “moon”, and that “change” is not only something we can believe in again, but something we can actually fly. (…)

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Nuremburg take 2

by David on January 7, 2009

A number of school administrators have come forth in recent days to confirm that they recommend Jewish children should not enrol at their schools. According to school administrators, law enforcement officials and social workers, the on-going conflict in Gaza has (…)

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by David on January 7, 2009

The iPlayer is a back-to-the-future business model. It’s a total subversion of Reithian values in favour of trying to create what had been an accidental monopoly as a kind of robust business model. The idea that the old geographical segmenting (…)

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Munich, Christmas

by David on January 1, 2009

First film with the new Panasonic HDC SD9