I'm the guy who calls out "Natalie!" on the 10,000 Maniacs 'MTV Unplugged Album'
I don't think Jane Jacobs could have put it better than that.
I love how, on the the recording I have (his second GV release, from 1982 or so), you hear him humming quietly along in places, and hear his bench squeaking. That's kind of punk rock.
@Sophie Hearn@facebook Word. Tunnock's are pretty special though.
The only British sweets that I really miss (and that I occasionally pay a fortune for here in Canada, or have my mother bring over) are Rowntree's Fruit Gums, and to a lesser degree their Fruit Pastilles. There is really nothing else quite so satisfyingly hard-chewy and real-fruity going. I've long agonised over why they don't make or sell them here: pretty much every other Rowntree/Nestle, Cadbury, Mars etc product is also made and sold in some form in Canada, but not Fruit Gums.
You guys are *still* talking about Clinton's speech?
Linoleum is a sheet flooring material derived from linseed oil - swirly, spoltchy patterns, flexible and resilient. It would be extremely avant-garde, but warranty-voiding, to use it to cover the outside of a house.
Vinyl-sided is probably what was meant.
@cherrispryte Yeah, until now all I knew about Ybor City was that it was très speedy but they threw such killer parties.
I imagine the early Middle Ages happened as tapestry, the late Middle Ages was a big woodcut, but the future, when we conqure space, is vector graphics.