Television was written into the fabric of this world’s time. People say words have revolutionary power. They are the world’s greatest cataclysm. Like a biological imperative they must be not damned and so the greatest scholars and poets and authors have retained the written and spoken word in their pages’ helix. Television changed this. The… Continue reading The light on the silver screen flickers. Who will save it?
My older sister has always provided me with musical gems that I’d have been oblivious to on my own. She had ‘discovered’ John Mayer with the rest of the world a day introduced me to the airy sweetness of ‘Your Body Is A Wonderland’, the angst ‘Heartbreak Warfare’ and his earlier polemic ‘Waiting On The… Continue reading Puritan censure cloaked as liberalism: Blurred Lines and the end of sex