This thread is going to be me :swear hoping some passing hack/academic helps end this madness.
Anyway one thing Moz gets major shock-horror over is his occasional assertion that other groups can be racist... & I'm reading a sociology book from 1979 & it appears it was a thing that was...
I didn't want to disrespect a thread about Elizabeth being ill - but does anyone know where the phrase vahaan koee kal hal comes from? Does it mean there will be no tomorrow?
It's an unexpected reference BY Moz.
See also (both appearing prior):
Link posted by an anonymous person (original post):
photo: Tony Farmer
The New Dolls.
"YOU HAVE ENEMIES? GOOD. THAT MEANS YOU HAVE STOOD UP FOR SOMETHING...
A SIGN OF THE TIMES.
Something Good Out Of Covid-1984.
Video of no meat or dairy being available in a Sainsbury's. At These Counters.
You know, odd as Moz is, I'm beginning to think this may be Messages From Sam.
Presented without comment or even a song title - some fair points about poverty, capitalism & authority, plus some overwrought accusations flung at Bill Gates.
"ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST"
"BUT BEFORE YOU GO, CAN YOU LOOK AT THE TRUTH?"...
Wee article about Radiohead, mentions The Smiths.
They cover the Headmaster's Ritual. (And now we know why so many public school boys love Tory-hating Moz.)
I think he (or Sam) is worried he's going to be arrested.
To be fair, this is possible.
If not, sectioned.
And this will be Moz's worst nightmare - the government has...
Keir has hair & so does Morrissey.
Sadly nothing more exciting than that unless you're a Labourite & you want to lament/decry that we're stuck between a rock & an intersectional hard place. Which I do. :swear :ahhh...
I assume someone has been playing Morrissey in a pub?
And the Queen's been on t.v. & they've photoshopped a Smiths t-shirt thingy.