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  • #showetune: ‘you know you can’ by speedometer | reallyquitetired
    Related 2010 10 27 POSTED BY reallyquitetired CATEGORY Uncategorized TAGS playtheplayer recordbox showertune Gaming Music XBox Write comment Comments are closed this is a place designed to house thought excesses if my mind is archimedes bath the water my general thoughts and archimedes himself the kind of clever thoughts i m supposed to put in my work then what you will find here is what escapes over the brim as the skinny boffin lowers himself into the tub it exists further indulging the analogy on the basis that it might be necessary to collect and measure the runoff in order to know the volume of the person RSS FEED if you re not there already click on the HOME tab at the top to see all the latest on RQT or search the tags below if you like a post get involved leave a comment an account is NOT required or better still sign up for our RSS feed click the yellow icon above and follow RQT on Twitter you know if you want Follow rllyquitetired academix admin blogjammin cinefile electionearings eyesontheprize faithseeking framleyclip gastrognome getyourgeekon greenbelt idealog inspiringquotations lexigraph musicdiaryproject piecesofeight playtheplayer ranthill recordbox RIP rompofacomp showertune tarteauxpomme telosvision tiredgamer tirednewsflash vidiotic wildstyle xmasongs zwischenzug 9 11 Apple Armistice Art Beauty Books Business Chess Christina Hendricks Christmas Comedy Competition Drive Easter Economics Festival Film Food Friends Gaming Greenbelt Hip Hop Homeland Inspiration Jazz Mad Men Motivation Music News Parody Philosophy Piety Poetry Politics Quotations Remembrance Day Sport Technology The Dr Theology TV Videos Words World Cup XBox showertune photograft DVDlogue Links 27b 6 BooksShouldBeFree BW16 deviantART Game People greenbelt Blog IKEA Hacker Improv Everywhere Instructables Lifehacker Never Knowingly Underwhelmed PassiveAgressiveNotes Poetry Archive Put This On Ramping Roaring Sheffield Biblical Studies Sick Mouthy spEak You re bRanes stuffwhitepeoplelike Susannah Cornwall

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  • #playtheplayer: skate 3 review | reallyquitetired
    the HOME tab at the top to see all the latest on RQT or search the tags below if you like a post get involved leave a comment an account is NOT required or better still sign up for our RSS feed click the yellow icon above and follow RQT on Twitter you know if you want Follow rllyquitetired academix admin blogjammin cinefile electionearings eyesontheprize faithseeking framleyclip gastrognome getyourgeekon greenbelt idealog inspiringquotations lexigraph musicdiaryproject piecesofeight playtheplayer ranthill recordbox RIP rompofacomp showertune tarteauxpomme telosvision tiredgamer tirednewsflash vidiotic wildstyle xmasongs zwischenzug 9 11 Apple Armistice Art Beauty Books Business Chess Christina Hendricks Christmas Comedy Competition Drive Easter Economics Festival Film Food Friends Gaming Greenbelt Hip Hop Homeland Inspiration Jazz Mad Men Motivation Music News Parody Philosophy Piety Poetry Politics Quotations Remembrance Day Sport Technology The Dr Theology TV Videos Words World Cup XBox showertune photograft DVDlogue Links 27b 6 BooksShouldBeFree BW16 deviantART Game People greenbelt Blog IKEA Hacker Improv Everywhere Instructables Lifehacker Never Knowingly Underwhelmed PassiveAgressiveNotes Poetry Archive Put This On Ramping Roaring Sheffield Biblical Studies Sick Mouthy spEak You re bRanes stuffwhitepeoplelike Susannah Cornwall The Film Talk the framley examiner The Lexi Cinema Thoverton Cricket Club Tom Wateracre Trusted Reviews Twitter Feed RT kerihw astronaut and this is a photo of earth wife lovely astronaut earth again wife lovely astronaut this one is also of earth w 5 days ago Still chuckling about oh that s Peter Beardsley and his well known boots Grateful as ever to the wonderful VictoriaCoren GBBO 5 days ago Jabba the 12 48 19 Hutt hutt hutt GBBO 1 week ago I think you ve done a very good effort Mary can never bring herself to use good grammar while lying GBBO 1 week ago Best save I ve ever seen him make GBBO 1 week

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  • ranthill: defining the political | reallyquitetired
    movement of people any expression of dissatisfaction any insurrection any wanton group lawlessness of this sort must have a political aspect what seems to have gone ignored in much of the right wing rhetoric is the fact that riots are an established phenomenon Boris Johnson spoke yesterday as if what has happened in London over the last few nights was utterly unprecedented yes the role of social networking adds a small novel element but a riot is a riot the reality is that these are marginalised people who languish under the effects of massive inequality of both access and opportunity and who have seen the escalation of violent crime the spread of deprivation and the removal of social resources within their communities and as a result the widespread asphyxiation of cohesion pride and hope when young people who ve grown up with these kind of realities sense an opportunity to vent their anger their fear their hopelessness they do not write to their local MP on thick recycled paper they do not organise a march and paint brightly coloured banners these people smash and grab and burn they do everything they can to show their contempt for the world in which they live and at the same time reveal somewhat pathetically their desire for faith in material goods as harbingers of the good life such events are called riots they re not new that s why we have a word for them yes they are made up of a mass of criminal acts but does that make them meaningless remember St Paul s Brixton Toxteth Moss Side Salford and Chapeltown in 1980 81 85 87 90 remember Los Angeles in 1992 do we think of these as meaningless apolitical criminal events or as eruptions of socio political discontent from members of disadvantaged marginalised and otherwise dying communities for the last few nights mainly young people have smashed looted and burned their own neighbourhoods and those nearby and what is more and perhaps most disturbing to middle class onlookers they ve expressed pleasure in doing so you can t control us a boy cheerily shouted towards a BBC camera in Croydon on Monday night i wonder if he really believed that himself and if so if he s ever felt that way before i also wonder how long the feeling lasted we might not want to condone the acts of violence theft and arson that comprise these disturbances but we dismiss them as meaningless at our peril the riots might not be explicitly political in the way a protest march is but they are a manifestation of a political reality which if we are to deal with the root and not only the thorn demands a political as well as judicial response share this Share Facebook Twitter Reddit Tumblr Pinterest Google Like this Like Loading Related 2011 08 10 POSTED BY reallyquitetired CATEGORY Uncategorized TAGS ranthill Brixton Conservative Croydon Darcus Howe Ken Livingstone London Moss Side Politics Radical Riots 2011 Theresa

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  • Brixton | reallyquitetired
    or should i say nothing is apolitical however speaking in more specific terms any mass movement of people any expression of dissatisfaction any insurrection any wanton group lawlessness of this sort must have a political aspect what seems to have gone ignored in much of the right wing rhetoric is the fact that riots are an established phenomenon Boris Johnson spoke yesterday as if what has happened in London over the last few nights was utterly unprecedented yes the role of social networking adds a small novel element but a riot is a riot the reality is that these are marginalised people who languish under the effects of massive inequality of both access and opportunity and who have seen the escalation of violent crime the spread of deprivation and the removal of social resources within their communities and as a result the widespread asphyxiation of cohesion pride and hope when young people who ve grown up with these kind of realities sense an opportunity to vent their anger their fear their hopelessness they do not write to their local MP on thick recycled paper they do not organise a march and paint brightly coloured banners these people smash and grab and burn they do everything they can to show their contempt for the world in which they live and at the same time reveal somewhat pathetically their desire for faith in material goods as harbingers of the good life such events are called riots they re not new that s why we have a word for them yes they are made up of a mass of criminal acts but does that make them meaningless remember St Paul s Brixton Toxteth Moss Side Salford and Chapeltown in 1980 81 85 87 90 remember Los Angeles in 1992 do we think of these as meaningless apolitical criminal events or as eruptions of socio political discontent from members of disadvantaged marginalised and otherwise dying communities for the last few nights mainly young people have smashed looted and burned their own neighbourhoods and those nearby and what is more and perhaps most disturbing to middle class onlookers they ve expressed pleasure in doing so you can t control us a boy cheerily shouted towards a BBC camera in Croydon on Monday night i wonder if he really believed that himself and if so if he s ever felt that way before i also wonder how long the feeling lasted we might not want to condone the acts of violence theft and arson that comprise these disturbances but we dismiss them as meaningless at our peril the riots might not be explicitly political in the way a protest march is but they are a manifestation of a political reality which if we are to deal with the root and not only the thorn demands a political as well as judicial response 2011 08 10 POSTED BY reallyquitetired CATEGORY Uncategorized TAGS ranthill Brixton Conservative Croydon Darcus Howe Ken Livingstone London Moss Side Politics Radical Riots 2011

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  • Conservative | reallyquitetired
    is political or should i say nothing is apolitical however speaking in more specific terms any mass movement of people any expression of dissatisfaction any insurrection any wanton group lawlessness of this sort must have a political aspect what seems to have gone ignored in much of the right wing rhetoric is the fact that riots are an established phenomenon Boris Johnson spoke yesterday as if what has happened in London over the last few nights was utterly unprecedented yes the role of social networking adds a small novel element but a riot is a riot the reality is that these are marginalised people who languish under the effects of massive inequality of both access and opportunity and who have seen the escalation of violent crime the spread of deprivation and the removal of social resources within their communities and as a result the widespread asphyxiation of cohesion pride and hope when young people who ve grown up with these kind of realities sense an opportunity to vent their anger their fear their hopelessness they do not write to their local MP on thick recycled paper they do not organise a march and paint brightly coloured banners these people smash and grab and burn they do everything they can to show their contempt for the world in which they live and at the same time reveal somewhat pathetically their desire for faith in material goods as harbingers of the good life such events are called riots they re not new that s why we have a word for them yes they are made up of a mass of criminal acts but does that make them meaningless remember St Paul s Brixton Toxteth Moss Side Salford and Chapeltown in 1980 81 85 87 90 remember Los Angeles in 1992 do we think of these as meaningless apolitical criminal events or as eruptions of socio political discontent from members of disadvantaged marginalised and otherwise dying communities for the last few nights mainly young people have smashed looted and burned their own neighbourhoods and those nearby and what is more and perhaps most disturbing to middle class onlookers they ve expressed pleasure in doing so you can t control us a boy cheerily shouted towards a BBC camera in Croydon on Monday night i wonder if he really believed that himself and if so if he s ever felt that way before i also wonder how long the feeling lasted we might not want to condone the acts of violence theft and arson that comprise these disturbances but we dismiss them as meaningless at our peril the riots might not be explicitly political in the way a protest march is but they are a manifestation of a political reality which if we are to deal with the root and not only the thorn demands a political as well as judicial response 2011 08 10 POSTED BY reallyquitetired CATEGORY Uncategorized TAGS ranthill Brixton Conservative Croydon Darcus Howe Ken Livingstone London Moss Side Politics Radical

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  • Darcus Howe | reallyquitetired
    one sense everything is political or should i say nothing is apolitical however speaking in more specific terms any mass movement of people any expression of dissatisfaction any insurrection any wanton group lawlessness of this sort must have a political aspect what seems to have gone ignored in much of the right wing rhetoric is the fact that riots are an established phenomenon Boris Johnson spoke yesterday as if what has happened in London over the last few nights was utterly unprecedented yes the role of social networking adds a small novel element but a riot is a riot the reality is that these are marginalised people who languish under the effects of massive inequality of both access and opportunity and who have seen the escalation of violent crime the spread of deprivation and the removal of social resources within their communities and as a result the widespread asphyxiation of cohesion pride and hope when young people who ve grown up with these kind of realities sense an opportunity to vent their anger their fear their hopelessness they do not write to their local MP on thick recycled paper they do not organise a march and paint brightly coloured banners these people smash and grab and burn they do everything they can to show their contempt for the world in which they live and at the same time reveal somewhat pathetically their desire for faith in material goods as harbingers of the good life such events are called riots they re not new that s why we have a word for them yes they are made up of a mass of criminal acts but does that make them meaningless remember St Paul s Brixton Toxteth Moss Side Salford and Chapeltown in 1980 81 85 87 90 remember Los Angeles in 1992 do we think of these as meaningless apolitical criminal events or as eruptions of socio political discontent from members of disadvantaged marginalised and otherwise dying communities for the last few nights mainly young people have smashed looted and burned their own neighbourhoods and those nearby and what is more and perhaps most disturbing to middle class onlookers they ve expressed pleasure in doing so you can t control us a boy cheerily shouted towards a BBC camera in Croydon on Monday night i wonder if he really believed that himself and if so if he s ever felt that way before i also wonder how long the feeling lasted we might not want to condone the acts of violence theft and arson that comprise these disturbances but we dismiss them as meaningless at our peril the riots might not be explicitly political in the way a protest march is but they are a manifestation of a political reality which if we are to deal with the root and not only the thorn demands a political as well as judicial response 2011 08 10 POSTED BY reallyquitetired CATEGORY Uncategorized TAGS ranthill Brixton Conservative Croydon Darcus Howe Ken Livingstone London Moss

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  • London | reallyquitetired
    adds a small novel element but a riot is a riot the reality is that these are marginalised people who languish under the effects of massive inequality of both access and opportunity and who have seen the escalation of violent crime the spread of deprivation and the removal of social resources within their communities and as a result the widespread asphyxiation of cohesion pride and hope when young people who ve grown up with these kind of realities sense an opportunity to vent their anger their fear their hopelessness they do not write to their local MP on thick recycled paper they do not organise a march and paint brightly coloured banners these people smash and grab and burn they do everything they can to show their contempt for the world in which they live and at the same time reveal somewhat pathetically their desire for faith in material goods as harbingers of the good life such events are called riots they re not new that s why we have a word for them yes they are made up of a mass of criminal acts but does that make them meaningless remember St Paul s Brixton Toxteth Moss Side Salford and Chapeltown in 1980 81 85 87 90 remember Los Angeles in 1992 do we think of these as meaningless apolitical criminal events or as eruptions of socio political discontent from members of disadvantaged marginalised and otherwise dying communities for the last few nights mainly young people have smashed looted and burned their own neighbourhoods and those nearby and what is more and perhaps most disturbing to middle class onlookers they ve expressed pleasure in doing so you can t control us a boy cheerily shouted towards a BBC camera in Croydon on Monday night i wonder if he really believed that himself and if so if he s ever felt that way before i also wonder how long the feeling lasted we might not want to condone the acts of violence theft and arson that comprise these disturbances but we dismiss them as meaningless at our peril the riots might not be explicitly political in the way a protest march is but they are a manifestation of a political reality which if we are to deal with the root and not only the thorn demands a political as well as judicial response 2011 08 10 POSTED BY reallyquitetired CATEGORY Uncategorized TAGS ranthill Brixton Conservative Croydon Darcus Howe Ken Livingstone London Moss Side Politics Radical Riots 2011 Theresa May Tottenham Toxteth 1 comment showertune more than a feeling by boston do you feel lucky punk yourself currently we are seconded to London and on a secret mission which we can t discuss on pains of what may or not be torture the reality is that if you are watchful you may see us today on the tube crossing London Bridge or loitering outside Baker St Tube at lunchtime if you do spot us do come and say high we re

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  • Moss Side | reallyquitetired
    or should i say nothing is apolitical however speaking in more specific terms any mass movement of people any expression of dissatisfaction any insurrection any wanton group lawlessness of this sort must have a political aspect what seems to have gone ignored in much of the right wing rhetoric is the fact that riots are an established phenomenon Boris Johnson spoke yesterday as if what has happened in London over the last few nights was utterly unprecedented yes the role of social networking adds a small novel element but a riot is a riot the reality is that these are marginalised people who languish under the effects of massive inequality of both access and opportunity and who have seen the escalation of violent crime the spread of deprivation and the removal of social resources within their communities and as a result the widespread asphyxiation of cohesion pride and hope when young people who ve grown up with these kind of realities sense an opportunity to vent their anger their fear their hopelessness they do not write to their local MP on thick recycled paper they do not organise a march and paint brightly coloured banners these people smash and grab and burn they do everything they can to show their contempt for the world in which they live and at the same time reveal somewhat pathetically their desire for faith in material goods as harbingers of the good life such events are called riots they re not new that s why we have a word for them yes they are made up of a mass of criminal acts but does that make them meaningless remember St Paul s Brixton Toxteth Moss Side Salford and Chapeltown in 1980 81 85 87 90 remember Los Angeles in 1992 do we think of these as meaningless apolitical criminal events or as eruptions of socio political discontent from members of disadvantaged marginalised and otherwise dying communities for the last few nights mainly young people have smashed looted and burned their own neighbourhoods and those nearby and what is more and perhaps most disturbing to middle class onlookers they ve expressed pleasure in doing so you can t control us a boy cheerily shouted towards a BBC camera in Croydon on Monday night i wonder if he really believed that himself and if so if he s ever felt that way before i also wonder how long the feeling lasted we might not want to condone the acts of violence theft and arson that comprise these disturbances but we dismiss them as meaningless at our peril the riots might not be explicitly political in the way a protest march is but they are a manifestation of a political reality which if we are to deal with the root and not only the thorn demands a political as well as judicial response 2011 08 10 POSTED BY reallyquitetired CATEGORY Uncategorized TAGS ranthill Brixton Conservative Croydon Darcus Howe Ken Livingstone London Moss Side Politics Radical Riots 2011

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