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Another One Finds The Gut (Elastic Heart Video)

Another one bites the dust, never to be confused with lust, her love is so strong, her intuition is never wrong, her decision is never strong, defeated by the conflicting elements of what’s right or wrong, she puts it in a song, conflicted by what she thinks and what she feels, steadily driving a car without wheels, her heart brutally abandoned by a mind that starts to heal, her eyes peal, alone, her mind starts to deal, it’s an experience bound to start, no compromise, no bill. 483 more words

Growth Loves Music

Another One Bites the Dust - Diary of a Plant Killer

It was bound to happen, I knew another one of my plants would bite the dust and I am upset about it.

I had a very tough couple of months. 179 more words


Target Shuts Down Their Video Streaming Service That Apparently Exists

Target Ticket began in the fall of 2013. It was meant to compete with streaming services like Amazon, Redbox streaming, Vudu, and Flixster. Now Target Ticket is shutting down. 200 more words


When the Wind Don't Blow, the Turbine Don't Go....(Or if it Blows Too Much) LOL!

Wind Turbines Totally Suck, When the Wind Really Blows & When It Doesn’t

February 5, 2015 by stopthesethings

When the wind is “the thing”, that’s supposed to be your business – when it’s what makes the revenue (or, rather a massive pile of taxpayer and power consumer subsidies) flow – it seems a bit rich for wind power outfits to start whining about there being too much or too little. 461 more words

Not Financially Feasible

John Deacon ... Breaking Free in 1951


John Deacon (born 19 August 1951) is an English musician, best known as the bassist for the phenomenally successful rock band Queen. Of the four members of the band, he was the last to join and also the youngest, being only natural nineteen years old when he was recruited in February 1971. 158 more words


yet another proposal

Development proposal sign

Bathurst and Robinson

the sign says:
“…to permit the development of a nine storey mixed use building…..
….. consisting of ground and 2nd floors with commercial….
…. 28 residential units….
… zero parking spaces ….”