The unchanging aesthetic of Crazy Days and Nights and DListed is a form of time travel
A few interesting points, but it actually is appealing to the sort of nostalgia it is cautiously against.Syndicated copies to:
History celebrates the battlefields whereon we meet our death, but scorns to speak of the ploughed fields whereby we thrive; it knows the names of king's bastards, but cannot tell us the origin of wheat. That is the way of human folly.
An aphorism which should be more broadly known, particularly as fearmongers begin to attack the public going into election cycles. I thought I’d make an ironic motivational poster out of it.Syndicated copies to: