Monthly Archives: October 2007

Weirdness

The effects of light through a screen on a mosaic floor. The light in the eye socket is a LED torch in the back of a cheap lighter. The lighter also flashes red and blue when you use it for … Continue reading

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Advance Copy

The scrumptious one very kindly agreed to let her winsome stomach be used for the photoshoot. The t-shirt is the Grateful Dead Ship of Fools. The City of Love will be in shops by 7 November. Coming soon to a … Continue reading

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Rented House Set List With Links to MP3s

The set list, crossposted from Beq: Caravan (Soundcheck) Mystery Train Lovin’ Cup It don’t mean a thing (If it aint got that swing) China Cat Sunflower/ I Know You Rider 1 China Cat Sunflower/ I Know You Rider 2 Sweet … Continue reading

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And the MP3s

Here is some raw stock from the rooftop concert in CR Park on 13 October. I don’t have pictures of it, sadly. The small gathering was nearly busted by the police, egged on by the outraged neighbours, but they managed … Continue reading

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This is Rented House

This is Rented House. This is Rented House. This is Rented House. This is Rented House. This is Rented House. This is Rented House. This is Rented House. This is Rented House. This is Rented House. This is Rented House. … Continue reading

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Watch and Wait

Our faith in the CBI probe so far appears to have been rightly placed. There has been a flurry of activity in the past few days, and all the things that should have been done within hours of the crime … Continue reading

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Victory for Now

Since the CBI probe has been mandated, for now the candlelight vigil is suspended. Today we celebrated the small victory we have had with a wonderful evening of street theatre and music. The evening started with a play by Rita … Continue reading

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