I’m off to England later today, and I’ll be gone for a week with only limited Internet access. Hence no blog updates. Instead of packing, I’ve been distracted by several items:
- The Woman Who Wouldn’t Talk by Susan McDougall. Compelling, funny, horrifying, infuriating. (Not with her, with Ken Starr.) I hope that one day a member of Starr’s fascist inquisition gets a fit of conscience and spills the beans on just how corrupt his operation really was….
- Warszawa, the new limited-edition live CD by Porcupine Tree. A thrilling performance for Polish Radio in front of a studio audience. I never thought they could perform Voyage 34 live, but it works so well…..