A beer I had for the 1st time this past weekend. A cloud in the evening sky and bunch of Eastern Black Swallowtails (papilio polyxenes) wiping out some of my herbs.
Yes I can hear you Clem Fandango
The EU is not europe btw.Its just a big company in europe " ]
I’ll toast to that!
where was that?
A short graphic novel for your enjoyment.
Did anyone watch the latest season of Bojack Horseman? How is a cartoon about a dumb horse somehow the realest and most depressing show on television?
Jolly Boy John Is FOR REAL!
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I met Matt Berry at Borough Market one evening. Just wanted to, politely, say hello and that I loved his work, but at first he blanked me then totally brushed me off.
Really soured my opinion of him. Reynholm Jr. was the pinnacle of his career - the VO in 'Disenchantment ’ wasn’t bad. In either case, doubt he wrote the roles.
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Just flashing lights Gah.
The story behind this is an Art installation - just ended in the old Gaumont Theatre - Union Street - Plymouth. In the 90’s this was known as the Warehouse, and it was home to 2000+ ravers every Friday and Saturday Night solid - Cultural Vibes - Revelation - etc etc. Proper heads down sweaty business - students, marines , travellers - everyone - no aggro.
God TV bought a 25 year lease on the building to turn the venue into an evangelical media node - gutted the place ran out of funding left derelict by the “owners” who dropped the project due to a crisis in their faith and lack of funding.
The film is original vhs footage from the Warehouse in its full rave mode, with mixed soundtracks switching between hymns and Rave.
I guess the message is something to do with worship in its various guises.
Used to travel up to Plymouth in the 90’s for a night out on Union Street, Warehouse was a favourite. Great times, good memories.
Heard that an archive of film footage was being edited, that was a couple of years ago.
Didn’t realise it had gone ahead and I’d missed it…
I did cultural vibes every Saturday without fail.
Where did you travel from?
A few came from Birmingham each week.
Quite a few from Bristol and Bournemouth
All the B’s it seems