Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Nevermind

So, our evening news actually made a break from our bad economy and our even worse politicians and aired a report about a rock album that moved the world; maybe we're not doomed after all. :)

41 comments:

  1. Oh that sounds interesting. Nevermind is a great album though.

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  2. Nevermind is absolutely awesome. I've been listening to a lot of Nirvana for various reasons recently and can't stop loving it. Amazing that I wasn't born when Nevermind was released, it's good to see it get all the attention it's getting for it's 20th anniversary.

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  3. Is there any country where people like their politicians? :o

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  4. ahh, peace love and rock n' roll.. and gizmo is right, nobody likes politicians... they even hate each other lol~

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  5. I don't like the whole "breaking news" culture. Society moves slower than expected.

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  6. Politicians often doens't know what to do.

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  7. I fuckin' love In Bloom and Territorial Pissings.

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  8. Pity there other albums weren't up to much, but when you release a classic I suppose that doesn't mater.

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  9. I'm not sure if rock can save the world, but I definitely hope so!

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  10. I was in fourth grade when this album came out. But didn't come to appreciate it until college. :)
    Finally, the news is talking about something I want to hear!

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  11. Rock will save the world!
    followed...
    And also I like your daily haikus!

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  12. I hate politicians and i don't trust them :0

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  13. I concur. Hope everything picks up from here.

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  14. Approval through the roof on this one.

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  15. Well, music always help make people feel better.

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  16. Nevermind was one of the greatest albums evar

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  17. While we were in Seattle last May we visited the Experience Music Project and there's a big feature there of Nirvana. Very, very cool!

    ~ Angela
    grahamandangela.blogspot.com

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  18. oh, we're still doomed, don't worry

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  19. I haven't watched the news for several years.

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  20. I was 5 when it was released. It was one of the albums that i listened the most during my chilhood and teen years. Perhaps one of the top 10 albums from the 90's

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  21. This album was so amazing. I guess you could say that...............It blew my mind.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6YMPAH67f4o

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  22. 666 followers...


    It's a sign..

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  23. grate album, i was in high school when it came out but didn't appreciate it until later.

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  24. Nah, they're just trying to divert your attention elsewhere.

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  25. Want to help the economy/politics? Stop special interest money from influencing politicians' decisions. It should be common sense, but it has gotten bad enough that people are trying to amend the constitution. Help us and sign the petition at http://www.getmoneyout.com/

    (this is not spam, I'm just very passionate about this >_>)

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  26. Shaw is right about politics. Special interest groups and lobbyists have more power than they should.

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  27. we are doomed. Maya calendar, you remember? ^^

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  28. I never watch news, so I don't know what are you talking about :P

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  29. I agree with Shaw, our media/politics/corporations are so corrupt it's not even funny

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  30. I love the album :)

    Thank you for your comment :)
    Take Care!

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  31. @all: Come on, people, why are you all so pessimistic? Yeah, the economy sucks. The money situation is kinda tight now. But we still have our songs! :)

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  32. ANYTHING that takes the news away from stupid fucking politics is worth watching!

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