January 10, 2006

Sweet Virginia

Listening to the Rolling Stones' Sweet Virginia, from now so long ago, trying to remember Pre-Reagan America, but having difficulty.

Afterall, we all grew up with the bastard as Governor, too. Sixteen years, all told.

Nevertheless, in 1972, Nixon's ultimate demise was already a vague shiny dream, glowing brightly on the great land's horizon upon horizon.

The bear still went over the mountains.

Kent was a State

Posted by rri

Why Bother

All Hail Freedonia!
Fragments
Google Giggles
Literacy and Its Discontents
Old and In the Way
On the Road
Pretty Vacant Video
Readers Notes
The Climate Suits My Clothes
The Net Takes You Nowhere
Time Keeps On Ticking
Weapons of Mass Distraction
Why indeed?
Zarazi

Links

Recent Posts

blue moon - 2009
Republican Neo-Permissiveness
Ornaments
50
Sweet Virginia
Pornography and Other Rites of Passage
Fortune is a Woman
Hannah
Old And In The Way
Mock The Casbah
Scary Old Man
Lost Angeles
The Dog In The Temple
40+ Fairy Tales
The Ban on Negativity ;-)
The Travels of Mr. Derelict


Advertising

Shameless
Self-Promotion

Gramsci, The Modern Prince
Gramsci, The Modern Prince
In analyzing the local struggle among publishers, critics, and writers to define the meaning of the modernist venture, Antonio Gramsci's concept of "hegemony," with some adaptation, will prove useful. Hegemony derives from the Greek egemonia and egemon--a....
from Henry Miller
Creative Commons License
This weblog is licensed under a Creative Commons License.

Copyright © 1998-2013
Why Bother | WhyBother.org