It’s Neil Young and Crazy Horse – how do you think it sounds?
They've been playing that song for 35 years and it still sounds, once or twice, like it could all fall to pieces. Beautiful.
there are some things that are more important then money
Sweet, where can I buy them?
That post made me start mentally singing a Tori Amos song.
You think that's bad? Russell's reply gave me a Greg Johnson earworm.
In a column in yesterday’s Dominion Post (which unfortunately doesn’t seem to be online)
Is it this one?
PAS word-of-the-year time must be coming up soon.
I nominate "hacker"; if we allow phrases, then "malicious hacker" or "physical separation".
Also, congratulations Russel and co. on blogging for so much longer than blogs have existed. I seldom comment here now, but discussions I have been involved in , and people I have met both virtually and in person, have influenced my worldview no end. For the better I hope.
It is momentarily interesting offshore.
The one thing that's apparently not interesting offshore is Ira Bailey's past associations - in Charles Anderson's post on the New York Times blogs, he's just "an information technology administrator". If only some locals could just let him be what he is.
the super-premium end of modern manhood
To me this reads as either "men with surgically-enhanced penises" or "expensive gigolos". Perhaps both.
not setting the bar far from the ground
Under-promise and over-deliver?
So not only is the y axis full of shit but so is the x axis?!?!?
More spatter than scatter.
In the old days in Herald features there was a sub – now, mercifully, not among us – who had to be physically restrained from changing “missed by a mile” to “missed by 1.6km”. I am not making this up.
I’d like to see said sub dealing to the word “milestone”.
ETA: Yes I know, it's "10.2 kilometre kilograms" before anyone gets smart.