This is a tale of bullying, loneliness, struggle, heartbreak and love. A book I couldn’t put down wanting to know what was going to happen through each printed page
A perfect concise piece of punk rock history about one time Circle Jerk Roger Rogerson
We are all citizens, nothing more, nothing less but let’s make this a society that values all its citizens and cherishes them all equally.
A book about footballing nations, many sound like amusement parks , Szekely Land or Sealand. However this book is more than just a geography lesson. It’s a tale of inspiration and love.
So is there anything new in a new year The pain of 2020 subsided into the reality that was a bizarre 2021 but for us in the west we are lucky. Hard to think of it as luck when it seems that life’s freedoms are being eroded to save lives but the sense of place … Continue reading May 2022 bring you many Happy Days
It’s easy to know 40 years later how relevant something really was when the needle hits the record and you are brought back in a time capsule.
By halfway I’m hooked, wanting to know what’s going on and how it will all stitch together. A Really enjoyable experience trying to figure it all out.
There is a lot of Chicago punk rock DNA in here manifesting itself as aggression draped in burning, melancholic guitar leads and an unpredictable hazy melodic wash.
Toxic Waste wore their hearts in their sleeves and warzone eventually ended. So did the open conflict but the underlying reasons haven’t changed that much. The streets of Dublin and Belfast have more colours now. Things have progressed but still we look to Capital for direction when maybe there could be a better way.
This book sees one person about to step away from life and going through a series of what ifs. It’s not only a beautiful affirmation on the fragility of life but also the joy of existence