Displaced rage and 80s dance music

To all the shitty stupid pseudo-anarchists, bullshit socialists and various other fucking assholes who are trashing my city.

Get fucked.

Windows all over parts of the the city are getting trashed by God knows who. I’m sure some protesters are going to blame the cops, sayings that undercover units are infiltrating the groups to start shit and give the police a reason to run in. Some already have. One “socialist” blog I saw said “rocks in BMW and Boston Chicken stores were the frustrated outcome of a crowd whose right to assemble had been forcefully revoked.”

You know what dude? Go fuck yourself. Really? First of all, none of you shits were legally protesting. You were gathering in large numbers and causing a disruption just by being there, shouting shit and blocking traffic. That’s not part of your fucking right to assemble shitheads. Secondly, what does breaking shit solve? Sure, it feels good, but that’s not a real good way to endear the people to your fucking cause. You ever read about Martin Luther King Jr., or Ghandi breaking fucking windows or picking fights? No. Because they weren’t fucking retarded. You are.

What the fuck are these protests for anyways? And what the fuck are you little shits accomplishing other than alienating left-wing progressives (i.e. ME) who might be sympathetic to your cause otherwise? The second you start destroying the property of LOCALLY owned businesses you loose all credibility. Get fucked. I hope the police beat the shit out of you when the cameras aren’t on. You get what you fucking deserve.

Except this guy. He’s awesome.

Now who wants some synthpop?

The Ministry Of Love (Extended Version)
This is from the soundtrack to 1984. The film based on the book about a real totalitarian regime. Not the fake one the G20 protesters are whining about. This is extended version is from the 12” single to “Julia,” another track from the soundtrack. Fun bit of trivia about this tune, it’s not very good.

Orchestral Maneuvers In The Dark
Tesla Girls (Specially Remixed Version)
Tesla Girls (Video Version)

This is an odd song. I’m learning more about OMD all the time, maybe one day I’ll actually buy one of their albums. These are also from a 12” single.

No More Words (Dance Remix)
Dancing In Berlin (Remix)

Yay! Berlin! They can cheer me up in this time of unnecessary social unrest and political douchebaggery! Terri Nunn I love you (always filled my eyes). These are from a very strange 12” that is actually two separate 12” singles packaged together.

11 Responses to “Displaced rage and 80s dance music”

  1. Grebo Guru says:

    Ahhhh, I've been wanting that "specially remixed version" of TESLA GIRLS for a while now – so much better than the standard 12" remix that is more commonly available.

  2. p says:

    hopefully they hit one of the lawrenceville hipsters with a rock.

  3. Benjamin says:

    "Fun bit of trivia about this tune, it's not very good."

    Oh, how this made my day. Thank you!

  4. Jenny says:

    Dude, you really should check out these videos: http://leninology.blogspot.com/2009/09/g20-protests.html

    They show more dedication and noblity than you think.

  5. The Lost Turntable says:

    Yes, they are dedicated idiots and noble to a cause of stupidity.

    I wonder how Pamelas Diner, Lulu's Noodles and KFC were helping the G20 conspire to create a New World Order.

    Asshats can get fucked.

  6. Jenny says:

    Yeah, okay, dimiss em altogether why don't you? What sort of protesters were these guys anyway?
    I'm just saying I thought the words of the union members protesting for jobs was admirable,not the bandana wearing anarchists.

  7. The Lost Turntable says:

    Yes, the words were fine, the venue (an illegal protest filled with shit-causing anarchists) was totally pointless.

  8. Jenny says:

    All right, fair enough.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Jenny, don't waste your time and speech with someone who can write he likes Obama and in the same time spoke like a Reagan/Bush fan. His point is he doesn't like one protests in his town ( "A revolution yes, but not in my garden" ).

  10. Anonymous says:

    Embarrassment to actual progressives.

    Spoiled little pricks dying to give right wing chest-beaters something to yap about.

    I just… wanna… forget…

  11. The Lost Turntable says:

    "His point is he doesn't like one protests in his town ( "A revolution yes, but not in my garden" )."

    No, I don't like violent shit-causing assholes who hijack causes because they like to start shit.

    Although, I never even said I was a big fan of protesting as a whole, especially when they are illegal, unfocused and in my personal opinion, totally pointless.

    You want to protest fair wages/equal rights? Good for you, do it somewhere/somehow so it will matter. Protesting the idea of G20 is one of the most pointless and stupid things I can imagine.

    I'm done talking about this.

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