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Am I just being paranoid?
Someone tell me I am.
Six minutes and ten seconds into this interview with David Frost, Benazir Bhutto refers to Omar Sheikh as the man who “murdered Osama bin Ladin”. The interview was about who she thought was behind the first attempt on her life back in the autumn.
from the Athens Banner Herald:
Athens-Clarke police Sgt. Courtney Gale continues to recover from near fatal stab wounds, unaware of how friends, fellow officers and even strangers have poured out support for her this week.
Gale almost died from massive blood loss after a man with a history of mental illness stabbed her 10 times the night […]
A brief update on the condition of Officer Courtney Gale:
Though Gale’s condition has improved, she has a long way to go, Police Chief Jack Lumpkin said Thursday.
Gale lost a massive amount of blood, and doctors probably saved her leg through several surgeries on damaged arteries, according to Lumpkin, who said Gale’s condition had “improved.”
The smallish blonde person in the following photos is Courtney Gale.
I bought my house from Courtney and her friend Lisa. She’s a very sweet woman and I like her very much.
Unfortunately, this is what happened to her:
Officer stabbed while working off duty at supermarket
An Athens-Clarke police officer remained in critical condition at St. Mary’s Hospital on […]
In loving memory of Comrade Buddha.
I actually really enjoyed Death from Above 1979, but the Pitchfork-axis jungle telegraph was all het up about whether or not Sebastien was a colossal prick or not.
I stumbled across Sebastien’s solo MySpace page today. I have always thought he was a fantastic drummer, and I tried to model my duo group (with Zaxx from Music Hates You, alternately called […]
You can get the startlingly subtle and gorgeous ohbijou record here.
Shannon Wright’s new record is called “Let in the Light.”
Five-Eight’s only record available online is here.
Dead Confederate have an EP in the iTunes store here.
Band of Horses “Cease to Begin.”
Pylon has just re-released their classic album “Gyrate.”
You can walk into your local record store and buy Gang of […]
Today I am revisiting the “Indestructible Beat of Soweto, Vol. 1“ that I got in the mail last year. Released in 1986, it was a document of the vibrant and rocking music scene from the shanty clubs and party spots in the black villages and “homelands” of Apartheid-era South Africa. As I have said here before, […]
You should check out the live footage of the Baroness show from the Bowery Ballroom. I dig these guys. Their idea of metal is much closer, I think, to Can than it is to someone like, say, Megadeath. I think it’s a lot more interesting, this sort of improvisational metal. However, it can get a little […]
My wife’s theatre company is putting on a fantastic play, the second act of which is pretty amazing, and heartbreaking. I dunno… something about Truman Capote’s take on the holidays appeals to me. Gordon Lamb does a nice write up and includes .mp3s of Capote reading “A Thanksgiving Visitor.” Good stuff. No, amazing stuff.