If you are a fan of Korean pop music, you’ll most likely understand everything about this video. If not, uhm, sorry. But still watch!
There can be no compromise between a property owner and a burglar; offering the burglar a single teaspoon of one’s silverware would not be a compromise, but a total surrender – the recognition of his right to one’s property. What value or concession did the burglar offer in return? and once the principle of unilateral concessions is accepted as the base of a relationship by both parties, it is only a matter of time before the burglar would seize the rest…
I heard this while listening to Four Tet’s Essential Mix. I just thought it the most awesome song I heard in awhile. Nigerian classic electro? What you say now?
The message of the song ain’t half-bad either.
If only this song came out in 2004.
Over the summer, the band the Foo Fighters went on a summer tour. However, this wasn’t any normal rock arena concert tour. Nope. Instead of doing that, the Foo Fighters went on a garage tour. They picked ardent fans (I think they are all ardent), and criss-crossed across the USA and (Canada’s Toronto) and played their garages. The video below documents what happened.