Rollin' Like Sisyphus

Good Music Friday

Posted in Good Music Friday by Huckleberry on September 5, 2014

When the world’s a mess from top to bottom, sometimes it’s best to just head out to the back deck, cold drink in tow, and think about it all only in the abstract.
The week hasn’t been kind on any front for players big and small, and if you’re wondering where you fit into that paradigm, leaning toward the “small” is always the safest bet.
Not much going on, football is in full swing, I actually have the next primer done but I need to go through it because, as it regards the vagaries of social order, I was plum drunk through the end of it.
To ensure that it reads as a primer rather than performance art, I’ll take some time to edit.

Found this to be interesting:

9 Lines In The Sand

After the devastation of World War I, and facing the specter of a new, strong German state in the 1930s, the French decided that the best offense is a good defense. Under the direction of the minister of war Andre Maginot, from 1930 through 1940 the French built a line of defensive forts and obstacles that ran from the border with Switzerland to the border with Belgium. Unfortunately, it was through Belgium that the invading Germans were able to outflank the Maginot Line, paving the way for a successful invasion of France in May 1940. This line turned out not to be such a good defense after all.

I’ll say.
Anyhow, enjoy the dwindling summer while you can, it’ll be winter soon enough. Get ’em in and enjoy the weekend.

Olde Tyme Mem’ry
Bellingham & Philadelphia
Robert Blake & Erik Petersen
Art of the Underground | 2003


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