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Sad but true by Mark Kleiman [The Reality-Based Community]
...At the drug policy meetings I picked up two aphorisms which I intend to steal shamelessly for the rest of my career. (The ground rules forbid me to name the authors unless/until I get explicit consent.) Though they were said about the drug-policy arena, they have much wider applications.Politics--Policy 1 comment(s)
Those quotes definitely apply to public policy about sex education and contraceptive access!Add a comment...
Bob Hillman, Musician
Dear Interested Parties,I've already heard and loved the bolded tracks above, either in concert or as MP3 extras on his site (looks like the early versions of the new tracks are gone, which I guess is understandable -- there are still plenty of samples from his excellent Welcome to My Century there though).
One more thing to be thankful for!
Update - Some lyrics transcribed from an old version of "Celebrating Nothing" (slow, vaguely anthemic):
[bridge]Music 1 comment(s)
It's nice to see that Bob Hillman has gotten around to following up the brilliant "Welcome To My Century". And that is not hyperbole! Too bad very few people ever heard it! He's THAT good! I just hope the musicianship on the new one matches that provided by the NYC players.Add a comment...
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