Before he agreed to produce Roger Waters' first album in 25 years, Nigel Godrich had some hard words to say to the ex-Pink Floyd frontman. "I told him what I thought of some of his earlier (solo) stuff," said the studio wizard behind Radiohead, who has been dubbed the "sixth member" of the British band. Godrich didn't mince his words with his boyhood hero. "He made some records that were impenetrable. I can't listen to them -- I turned them off," he told AFP. ... But rather than punch him in the mouth, the famously combative Waters, now 72, hired him. "He got it," said Godrich, who claimed that Waters' powerful new album, "Is This The Life We Really Want?" is a "reaffirmation of him as a truly great songwriter". read more
In a very un-Trumpian way, everyone else surrounding this thing is being mysteriously quiet. But there are rumours.
1) Orrin Hatch has already been groomed to take the office of president. Actually, I support Hatch. He has a conscious and he is very capable. Do i follow his every idea like a star-crossed teabag? No.
2) Sources on the inside (I can't collaborate) say that Trump's presidency ended on May 9th.
I need to look and see what happened on that day.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions overturned the sweeping criminal charging policy of former attorney general Eric H. Holder Jr. and directed his federal prosecutors Thursday to charge defendants with the most serious, provable crimes carrying the most severe penalties. ... The Sessions memo marks the first significant criminal justice effort by the Trump administration to bring back the toughest practices of the drug war, which had fallen out of favor in recent years with a bipartisan movement to undo the damaging effects of mass incarceration. ... Civil liberties advocates condemned the measure as a return to ineffective policies. "Jeff Sessions is pushing federal prosecutors to reverse progress and repeat a failed experiment -- the War on Drugs -- that has devastated the lives and rights of millions of Americans, ripping apart families and communities and setting millions, particularly black people and other people of color, on a vicious cycle of incarceration," Udi Ofer, director of the American Civil Liberties Union's Campaign for Smart Justice, said in a statement. read more
Finally, someone has addressed this topic of great importance.
It all comes down to what the standard tuning for musical instruments should be. In the days of Back, and Beethoven and Mozart, they used 432 hz as the standard tuning for A above middle C. But the nazis (and others) decided 440 was the correct tuning.
The number 432 actually works mathematically. It is in tune with the golden mean, Fibonacci, the sacred chakra, etc... basically, 432 works with all the proven math standards. 440 does not.
And it sounds better. Judge for yourself. read more
Come for the doughnuts, stay for a hostile public becoming enraged at their lying right-wing extremist senator.
What goes around comes around.
The only way to stop these nazi infiltrators is to stand up to them. Wake up people. If SC can do it, you can to. read more