“They were scene darlings in the early ’00s before unceremoniously disappearing from the radar nearly five years ago. But now, the Southern California piano-rockers are putting their “grown up” lives on hold for a reunion party, much to the joy of their fans. Is it a flash in the nostalgia pan or a sign of greater things to come?”
“Oh, and may I introduce you to Sergeant Kraput, known to his friends as “Bent Bill”, I believe, and this gentleman here picking his teeth with his knife is Corporal Svitz, who I understand has no friends at all. I suppose it is faintly possible that he will make some here.”
Hey! If Galaxia's destroyed all other life in the galaxy/cosmos/I'm no good at astrology does that mean that Ail & En are dead? :O
It’s certainly possible. (Of course, it’s possible they were already dead and it had nothing to do with Galaxia.) If she did bring about their deaths, though, I doubt it was planned. I don’t see the two of them and their tree being significant enough blips on her radar. If she’s killed them, they were almost certainly collateral damage.
But it’s also really easy to imagine that they’re fine, though. They left in a bubble with a sapling, and it’s a really huge galaxy. It could be that they’re still wanderers, and a tiny moving target can easily keep out of the way. And if they settled on a planet or other body somewhere, it could be that they were never in Galaxia’s path and are simply too insignificant to count..
Which isn’t to say that she won’t kill them, should she get whatever she’s after, but I think we can safely assume that everyone’s in trouble if that happens.
Weather War Update - Orgonite Skies & Abundant Rain for California
It has been feeling more like the San Francisco Bay area than Los Angeles for the past few days. The Western Wind is restored and all chemical clouds have been transmuted. The air is cool, crisp, and clean. Orgonite awareness is beginning to reach critical mass, and this is apparent in the sky. California is enjoying abundant rain today. This is not happening in Los Angeles or San Francisco, but because of the stray electrons and electro smog in these cities, rain suppression in these areas is easier for the geoengineers.
Rain suppression in cities may be a ploy to convince the majority of Californians who live in these places, that the drought is still in effect, since most people won’t look at the weather maps to see what is going on elsewhere. See how the rain just misses Los Angeles? The important thing is that the Central Valley and Mountains are getting rain, because this is how we will continue to be the nation’s largest producer of organic produce, which is the reason for the engineered drought in the first place.
The disinformation network of the mainstream media has continued to push a drought agenda, saying that no amount of rain will end California’s drought. Monsanto wants to own our food production and Nestle wants to own our water rights. It has gotten to the point where they have to convince us that there is water scarcity, since the engineered drought is over, thanks to a network of weather warriors statewide cleaning up the atmosphere and inducing rain. What we do is not so much weather modification as climate restoration, working with the Earth’s natural hydrological cycle to bring back normal weather patterns.
Starting in July, a new law in Kansas will restrict the amount of cash a welfare recipient can take out of ATM’s to just $25 a day-a move that critics say introduces a whole new host of financial burdens-including high ATM fees and travel costs -when they access cash.
Max Ehrenfreund explains:
Since most banking machines are stocked only with $20 bills, the $25 limit is effectively a $20 limit. A family seeking to withdraw even $200 in cash would have to visit an ATM 10 times a month, a real burden for a parent who might not have a car and might not live in a neighborhood where ATMs are easy to find.
Regular oppression of the poor starts in Kansas. People who struggle to feed their families now have to try harder and spend more time for this. And why? Because we fight with poverty? Aren`t there any other ways? For example, how about “free” four-year college education for people so they can raise themselves up by their bootstraps?
The poor are not the problem here, it’s the rich hoarding vast amounts of wealth.
They do not want to give anything back to the country that let them become insanely rich.
This week on the New World Next Week: Stephanopoulosgate demonstrates political media bias; major media gets it wrong on GMO (again); and the BBC admits to broadcasting pro-Israel propaganda. New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news.…
PUNK RAWK MIDDLE SCHOOLER by jaggerseyes // songs that remind you of days spent reading AP magazine, worshiping Sonny Moore wearing eyeliner and posting MySpace bulletins // 1. The Taste of Ink - The Used 2. Ohio is for Lovers - Hawthorne Heights 3. Swing, Swing - The All-American Rejects 4. Konstantine - Something Corporate 5. It’s Dangerous Business Walking Out Your Front Door - Underoath 6. Beating Hearts Baby - Head Automatica 7. Car Underwater - Armor For Sleep 8. Lying Is The Most Fun a Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off - Panic! at the Disco 9. Writing on the Walls - Underoath 10. Helena - My Chemical Romance 11. The Curse of Curves - Cute Is What We Aim For 12. Seven Years - Saosin 13. Beauty In The Breakdown - The Scene Aesthetic 14. There’s No ‘I’ In Team - Taking Back Sunday 15. Take It Away - The Used 16. F.C.P.R.E.M.I.X. - The Fall of Troy 17. Baby, You Wouldn’t Last a Minute On The Creek - Chiodos 18. If Looks Could Kill - A Heartwell Ending 19. The Kill - 30 Seconds To Mars 20. Until The Day I Die - Story of the Year 21. Best of Me - The Starting Line 22. Punk Rock Princess - Something Corporate // listen