Friday, July 10, 2020

Expanding Effects Episode

more differences of opinion than anticipated
a serious episode hyper-paranoid about everything
worried but remain confident will stabilize

‘cause I don’t write ain’t no counter-culture protest song
restless ambiguous trouble got it out on the radiowaves
expanding theme now had a purpose a viewpoint

stronger growing next-gen gaming visual effects making way
creating a larger digital ecosystem
using the platform releasing follow up consoles

-- Clark Allison

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Thursday, July 09, 2020

Playing Her Unacceptable Part

The home secretary is making garments from waste yarn.
She is a fashion hothouse born in a row of lock-ups.
'We had just moved in and were raring to go.'

Protesters and partygoers breaking distancing rules,
a heap of old tyres and a mouldy old mattress.
All it needs is the models and the photoshoot can begin.

The police responded with baton charges, tear gas,
crisp new garments and other rule breaches. Seamstresses
face the full force of the law. Paris fashion explodes.

-- Rupert M Loydell

Patel slams protesters and partygoers for lockdown breaches
The fashion hothouse born in a row of lock-ups
Horror as Paris riot police attacked by mob of HUNDREDS

Moscow Nails Heatwave Dressing in These Beautiful Space Pictures

The Duchess of Cambridge orbits the planet
at a height of about 250 miles, barely visible
to the naked eye. On a clear night, Donald Trump

knows a good dress when he sees one. Whether
he’s hosting a reception or taking part in a photograph
he’s usually wearing a frock, and never seems overdressed

for the occasion. NASA said: 'This composite image
shows the President in silhouette. He was briefed in March
with a bit of astronomical knowhow and has a crew on board.'

-- Rupert M Loydell

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How Duchess of Cambridge nails heatwave dressing every time
See the ISS transit the Sun in these beautiful NASA pictures