Rollin' Like Sisyphus

Good Music Friday

Posted in Good Music Friday by Huckleberry on January 15, 2016

That news I was waiting on turned out to be neither really good nor bad, just drawing out the inevitable. I have a meeting today to learn (hopefully) the true facts of the matter and see if the fates have conspired in my favor or to my chagrin.
I know there was ANOTHER GOP debate last night.
Don’t care.
Despite all the fanfare and hype and hoopla (yes, even hoopla) they are completely ineffectual. The push to a state of affairs that hyperfocuses on the tribal means you don’t have to consider too much beyond the question of whether a particular candidate is a) in-tribe or b) out-tribe. That’s it. That’s all it is anymore, and will be more and more until the inevitable final gasp as the last brick of civilization goes tumbling down the southside of the slope, into utter oblivion.
Beyond that I don’t much know.
More friendly terror attacks by friendly, just-wantin’-to-get-to-know-you “refuges” in a few more places around the world, including Indonesia, Australia, and Turkey, so that’s all going along swimmingly. My favorite headline from the week so far: RACIST VIKINGS PROWL STREETS OF FINLAND for those friendly, misunderstood refugees looking for a better life.
On the homefront, not much going on. A lot of it will depend on the outcome of this meeting, I suppose, as to whether I party like its 1899 or if I just go about my business as usual.
Have a great weekend and get ‘em in.


Eh. Don’t much care about David Bowie either way. A couple of decent songs lost amid a shit-ton of crap, coupled with a guy who was just too unsettling to take seriously. There was just something off about him.
So no David Bowie.

Used To Love Her
Guns N’ Roses
Geffen Records | 1988


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  1. El Borak said, on January 15, 2016 at 12:40


    Well they sure as hell aren’t doing anything else this weekend.

  2. Giraffe said, on January 15, 2016 at 13:40

    Have a good weekend, Huck.

  3. doomdigit said, on January 17, 2016 at 07:03

    Bowie’s in space.

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