Our cultural correspondent Pete is lost, out in Hotzeplotz, missing in action or something. At least that is the only explanation I can offer for his silence on cultural issues recently. And that leaves the door wide open for Glynsky to pester us with his Christmas stuff.
With Thanksgiving behind us, usually Glynsky starts playing extra horrible music. But maybe for once I can postpone the certain disaster a bit this year. Because I want Glynsky, and maybe Smiles on his next visit to London, to go and see the following show:
Are you as fascinated by the brain as I am? Do you believe the male and female brain to be different? There is yet more proof, they are. The Atlantic provides an article about a recent study of almost a thousand brain scans here.
And diablog, via imgur.com, provides you with insight how the male brain works:
Last week I passed on some cultural info from Erika
vis a vis (pun intended!) regarding The Spanner Man.
Dear Pete decided to emulate the idea, and add his own twist. Sadly, as you can see from the secret film taken last night, he failed miserably and ended up with a Spanner in the Works!!
Yours, diablog, wondering what he will try next
Yippeeeeee!! It is December and time for the annual Glynsky treat of subjecting Engine Room and Pete to my selection of Advent music. They love it – and I love it even more.
As I sit here in the International HQ contemplating Christina in the office window and all seems mellooow listening to Clapton’s album ‘From the Cradle’ I plot this year’s possibles. Oh yes, some treats in store!
But lets have mercy for today, the start of the GlynskyMusicFest and listen to some real cool more modern stuff
I find it difficult to choose from Groove Armada as just about everything is just fantastic, so these …
I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend. I certainly had with the youngest offspring around.
And while we are talking offspring, maybe yours was running around with sagging pants? Either you ignore it, or you play this song from The Offspring. Although 15 years old, it is still relevant:
Stay tuned and amused,