V. Enjoyable week.
Caught up with Mr Vickers on Tuesday. We ate pancakes at the relatively new Where the pancakes are in London Bridge round the corner from Borough Market.
Hung out with Alex Fradera and his partner Kat (meeting for the first time) in Soho and then went to Clapham High Street to the launch of Huw Lemmey’s newest book RED TORY: My Corbyn Chemsex Hell
Continuing on from his first book Chubz: The Demonization of my Working Arse the book continues true to Huw’s form – outrageously pornographic political satire.
The book launch was at the oscar wilde temple. Totally wild time tbh.
Lastly I went clay pigeon shooting. I had a nice time and happy with how well I did.
Permanently Moved – Chernobyl
Reflecting on the 33rd anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster, and bullet pointing the things I remember from the visit I made to the site in 2011.
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Happy with this one. Still not sure about the EQ-ing but i think the audio quality continues to improve now I’ve set up some preset patches.
Dipping the Stacks
Hand dryers v paper towels: the surprisingly dirty fight for the right to dry your hands
Humour in the Nancy Cartoons by Olivia Jaimes – Slap Happy Larry
UFO sightings: U.S. Navy drafts guidelines to report – The Washington Post
After the Bust, Are Bitcoins More Like Tulip Mania or the Internet? – The New York Times
I began Land as Platform again from scratch this week. a daunting task but I am now writing a completely different book form the one i’ve spent the last year on so I’ve thrown away everything.
Wilding by Isabella Tree is fantastic 100% recommend it
Sunn O))) Life Metal came out. Just been blasting that in my headphones. I’d like to go for dusk evening walks with the album this week and get inside it. ØØ Void is still my favourite Sunn O))) work. But very few things are going to the the same influence on you as an adult as the first EP you pre-ordered when you were 15. But Monoliths & Dimensions also needs a mention
The length of your breath is the length of your life.