Winona, Rob, Mojo, and Big Brother
I’ve decided that when I grow up, I want to be Rob Harvilla. Rob who you might ask? Good question. Mr. Harvilla is a music journalist/writer currently for The Ringer and the host of the hilarious and brilliant podcast 60 Songs That Explain The ‘90s (which I have been binging lately and nearly every episode has had me literally laughing out loud). Also, he tweets nuggets like this
We Need Superman
What Arlokai said.
Apparently, Big Brother is a Republican
Norman High School loses another teacher, thanks to a draconian law passed by a Republican Congress and signed by a Republican Governor.
Money Quote —
“HB 1775 has created an impossible working environment for teachers and a devastating learning environment for students. For the second year in a row, students at Norman High will be without a certified English teacher for a substantial amount of time. The fault for that lies with Governor Stitt and Republican state leadership.”
Speaking of Big Brother
Check this shit out.
And here’s the part that I wish more people understood.
You've got the choice, don't buy it, don't read it
And don't say your opinion's right
Did You Know…
That Winona Ryder was in a Mojo Nixon video? I didn’t either. Thank you Brooklyn Vegan for this find!
Who Thought This Would Be a Good Idea?
One Band, 5 Songs
Forming in 1992 and hailing from California's East Bay, Tilt was one of the most underrated and underappreciated bands of one of the most legendary scenes in the history of punk rock. In a span of seven years, Tilt released three EPs, four full-length albums, and appeared on numerous soundtracks and compilations including the classic Angus: Music from the Motion Picture. What set Tilt apart from its peers was the searing and powerful lead vocals of Cinder Block, one of the greatest singers in all of punk rock.
Song Long for Now…
Be safe out there.