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The most troubling question that may be asked about Murphy’s tour is this one: you’ve been a Labour MP for 15 years, Jim, so why didn’t you ever get up off your arse during that time to conduct a tour of 100 towns to highlight urban deprivation and social inequality? You waited far too long to show you cared about anything beyond your career and, when you finally did, you chose the wrong subject to get all passionate about: the British state. The same can be said about Labour in Scotland and could probably pass as its epitaph. Because, if something very drastic and very radical doesn’t happen to the party in this country soon, then it is effectively finished as a serious political entity and will become a party of the undead.
Realised tonight that I’ve had a longer relationship with Ryan Adams than with any other man - apart from my dad, my brother and Neil-bear. And, with the exception of five minutes in 2003, the whole thing’s been in my head. (at The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall)

Realised tonight that I’ve had a longer relationship with Ryan Adams than with any other man - apart from my dad, my brother and Neil-bear. And, with the exception of five minutes in 2003, the whole thing’s been in my head. (at The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall)

Shattered today after staying up to write a 1,500-word feature on Cassette Store Day (#CSD14) featuring contributions from @olivegrovercrds and @gerrylovesrecords. lastyearsgirl.pixlet.net

Shattered today after staying up to write a 1,500-word feature on Cassette Store Day (#CSD14) featuring contributions from @olivegrovercrds and @gerrylovesrecords. lastyearsgirl.pixlet.net

Whilst we will remain locked in a system that is demolishing our human rights and our society, my hope remains, because unless we choose to let them can never have power over our imagination. We don’t need anyone’s permission, so lets just start building it anyway and let us build it not on binaries, but with depth, diversity, and humanity. Let us not replicate the model that distributes power so unequally, lets not go back to party politics, adversarial posturing and divisiveness. Let’s take our time to build it, and bring everyone with us this time.
‘Oh! September’ by MirahOh, September! Where did you go?

‘Oh! September’ by Mirah
Oh, September! Where did you go?

The day that Cameron took office, I wore black to work: one of the few Tories in our office laughed at me, triumphantly, making the weird assumption that my loathing of her party must mean I was a Labour partisan. Before it got too ugly, an older colleague broke us up, telling us that “we’ll have plenty of time to discuss this in the dole queue”.

Love this song so much.

(Source: youtube.com)

at Bridgeton Cross “the Toll”

at Bridgeton Cross “the Toll”

Armed with little more than social media, blogs, and DIY creativity, we tried to take on the might of the British state and the vast power and wealth of the British establishment. And for a few weeks we had them terrified. Hold on to that feeling and be proud of it. It was incredible that over a million and half Scots had the courage to stand up tall for a fairer society, and that will see us in good stead. It has changed our country forever.
The most troubling question that may be asked about Murphy’s tour is this one: you’ve been a Labour MP for 15 years, Jim, so why didn’t you ever get up off your arse during that time to conduct a tour of 100 towns to highlight urban deprivation and social inequality? You waited far too long to show you cared about anything beyond your career and, when you finally did, you chose the wrong subject to get all passionate about: the British state. The same can be said about Labour in Scotland and could probably pass as its epitaph. Because, if something very drastic and very radical doesn’t happen to the party in this country soon, then it is effectively finished as a serious political entity and will become a party of the undead.
Realised tonight that I’ve had a longer relationship with Ryan Adams than with any other man - apart from my dad, my brother and Neil-bear. And, with the exception of five minutes in 2003, the whole thing’s been in my head. (at The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall)

Realised tonight that I’ve had a longer relationship with Ryan Adams than with any other man - apart from my dad, my brother and Neil-bear. And, with the exception of five minutes in 2003, the whole thing’s been in my head. (at The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall)

Shattered today after staying up to write a 1,500-word feature on Cassette Store Day (#CSD14) featuring contributions from @olivegrovercrds and @gerrylovesrecords. lastyearsgirl.pixlet.net

Shattered today after staying up to write a 1,500-word feature on Cassette Store Day (#CSD14) featuring contributions from @olivegrovercrds and @gerrylovesrecords. lastyearsgirl.pixlet.net

Whilst we will remain locked in a system that is demolishing our human rights and our society, my hope remains, because unless we choose to let them can never have power over our imagination. We don’t need anyone’s permission, so lets just start building it anyway and let us build it not on binaries, but with depth, diversity, and humanity. Let us not replicate the model that distributes power so unequally, lets not go back to party politics, adversarial posturing and divisiveness. Let’s take our time to build it, and bring everyone with us this time.
‘Oh! September’ by MirahOh, September! Where did you go?

‘Oh! September’ by Mirah
Oh, September! Where did you go?

The day that Cameron took office, I wore black to work: one of the few Tories in our office laughed at me, triumphantly, making the weird assumption that my loathing of her party must mean I was a Labour partisan. Before it got too ugly, an older colleague broke us up, telling us that “we’ll have plenty of time to discuss this in the dole queue”.

Love this song so much.

(Source: youtube.com)

at Bridgeton Cross “the Toll”

at Bridgeton Cross “the Toll”

Armed with little more than social media, blogs, and DIY creativity, we tried to take on the might of the British state and the vast power and wealth of the British establishment. And for a few weeks we had them terrified. Hold on to that feeling and be proud of it. It was incredible that over a million and half Scots had the courage to stand up tall for a fairer society, and that will see us in good stead. It has changed our country forever.
"The most troubling question that may be asked about Murphy’s tour is this one: you’ve been a Labour MP for 15 years, Jim, so why didn’t you ever get up off your arse during that time to conduct a tour of 100 towns to highlight urban deprivation and social inequality? You waited far too long to show you cared about anything beyond your career and, when you finally did, you chose the wrong subject to get all passionate about: the British state. The same can be said about Labour in Scotland and could probably pass as its epitaph. Because, if something very drastic and very radical doesn’t happen to the party in this country soon, then it is effectively finished as a serious political entity and will become a party of the undead."
"Whilst we will remain locked in a system that is demolishing our human rights and our society, my hope remains, because unless we choose to let them can never have power over our imagination. We don’t need anyone’s permission, so lets just start building it anyway and let us build it not on binaries, but with depth, diversity, and humanity. Let us not replicate the model that distributes power so unequally, lets not go back to party politics, adversarial posturing and divisiveness. Let’s take our time to build it, and bring everyone with us this time."
"The day that Cameron took office, I wore black to work: one of the few Tories in our office laughed at me, triumphantly, making the weird assumption that my loathing of her party must mean I was a Labour partisan. Before it got too ugly, an older colleague broke us up, telling us that “we’ll have plenty of time to discuss this in the dole queue”."
"Armed with little more than social media, blogs, and DIY creativity, we tried to take on the might of the British state and the vast power and wealth of the British establishment. And for a few weeks we had them terrified. Hold on to that feeling and be proud of it. It was incredible that over a million and half Scots had the courage to stand up tall for a fairer society, and that will see us in good stead. It has changed our country forever."

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The scrapbook of a twentysomething - THIRTYsomething! God, when did I last update this - multimedia fashion victim. Last Year's Girl, or Lis to her friends, is a journalist, blogger and amateur photographer. Some of these things actually pay her, but mostly she just wants to be liked. She likes social technology, homemade pizza, great-tasting lipgloss, Starbucks cappuccino and rock 'n' roll tales of redemption; makes her home in Glasgow and left her heart in New York City. She doesn't know why she needs a Tumblr account. Keep up with her at pixlet [dot] net.

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