I have a big check-on: Is this, this? Even if there’s a dozen, not a hundred or - and there’s not - more. (Will look soon at stats). But... is it about my sense of self-expression? A grand fantasy?
No... at best it’s doing some/thing because we ought/must. And not caring but its my/thing . . .
Wrote ‘It’s not as though, in the main, we’re even trying to offer specific political or religious ideologies’ and then along comes Paul marching on.
I like his rant because it’s honest and angry. I could find fault in one or two aspects of his argument but overall can’t disagree. Talking to anti-C’s with little or no . . .
And so says Guardian George. He wants less and writes of life being - presumably babe inside? - precious.
Likes to think he’s all-facts and the ‘religious’ (not-facts) are causing more pain and death by pushing to ban it. I thought it was about state funding ...but movin’ on.
I don’t know if his stats and analysis . . .
The Vatican gave them a crozier associated with a Merovingian (note) and first ‘monk to Pope’ Gregory. A sign that says, “get it together harder-line Evangelicals and split... and then some of you can come to papa etc”.
If - not likely - you read, and still think the Vat isn't so bad and into group-hugs? Try some . . .
Academic Freedom... is just, freedom.
James Tracy being fired. What does this represent?
A slippery slope getting greased for an avalanche? And whose fussing? Is this, one more, issue?
Obviously underlying all. Should we all, keep, keep, keeping this - at the top of concerns? I’m not suggesting there isn . . .
I don’t know what to think about David Bowie dying. Should I even have a say?
Of all artists, I remember him in my humble rock ‘n roll beginnings but won’t reminisce. All futura, a tomorrows man. Blew his trumpet loud when he could.
What to consider?
...always back to them early days? What deep and . . .
When I bought St Matthews at the - now closed - HMV on Oxford Street, in its air tight, sound smooth, basement Classical section; the long-term Bach-ite I was recommended to ask what's what told me, Bach's:
"All about the dance".
Here's the mammothly freed-up and fluid; David Fray.
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