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Philosophy of the Keexzus, No. 98: Why Wittgenstein Loves Metropolis

We are always already writing literary literature.

WE must distinguish the types of canvas in between times.

We are God creatures roaming free.

We are out to transform the World. 112 more words

Jazz fest: BadBadNotGood brings soul to Ghostface Killah's raps

BadBadNotGood and Ghostface Killah form an unlikely pairing. The former is a trio of fresh-faced jazz school kids from Toronto, while the latter is a hardened MC from New York’s revered Wu-Tang Clan around 20 years their senior. 674 more words


Review: Action Comics #42

With the Truth segment of this Superman crossover finished after one month, the story now moves on to Justice, a change of some sort which is not immediately evident to the reader.   488 more words


In the summertime when the weather is hot

Phfoeeeee. It has been a hot few days! Yesterday I even decided not to write a blogpost to prevent my room from getting even hotter from my laptop. 535 more words

Bucket List



Taco Bell by Richard Keeling on 500px

Mike Westbrook made an album in the early 1970’s called “Metropolis”.

It’s not that well known outside of fans of English progressive jazz of the period, but it featured many of the finest jazz musicians of the day, many of whom graced contemporary rock albums such as Nick Drake’s ‘Bryter Layter’ (Ray Warleigh) or mid-period Soft Machine (Jon Marshall). 532 more words


A Little Man in the City

The little man on the corner of the picture will provide you with the scale of the massive buildings in this section of Panama City, Panama. 10 more words