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Who are the Savages?

This isn’t a book review about Savages, by Joe Kane, published in 1995.  This is an attempt at a synopsis, although such a meaty and universally relevant book is hard to encapsulate. 876 more words


“This rip-roaring tribute to a maverick artist trips along like a surreal odyssey, punctuated by lively reminiscences, choice clips and superb photographic material.” – The Hollywood Reporter… 299 more words

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Music Mondays: Savages

I’ve been sitting on this one for a while, trying to put together the words to describe the quiet intensity that Savages inspires. It’s more than quiet, really, because it builds into a frantic ferocity, ensuring a transition from light headbang to full-on mosh pit. 138 more words


Germane words from Orwell on the biggest, most obscene day in sports

A non-sports fan of the most unreconstructed order, I found this bit in an op-ed in yesterday’s New York Times so very fitting on whatever today is, some big sports thingamajig I hear people give a disproportionate bleep about ( 85 more words


Caves were our abodes
Horses were our rides
Languages nowhere
Religions not in sight

Those were better times
Humanity was strong
While we were savages… 26 more words


"Savages" by Don Winslow (2010)

I’m not sure how much I’ll have to say about this book, or I should say specifically about this book. I read it because it looked like a quick read, and I wanted to pad my January count, and I read about Winslow calling bullshit on Sean Penn’s El Chapo interview – nice to hear a fellow liberal call it what it was. 200 more words

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Savages by Natalie Bennett

Title: Savages

Series: Badlands, Book One

Author: Natalie Bennett

Genre: Dark Erotic Romance

Release Date: January 25, 2018


“I am the monster they created. I’m the whore they’re ashamed of.” 303 more words

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