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Soundtrack for the apocalypse: shock that monkey!

I think we need to start offering at least a little psychological solace. Music having charmes to soothe the savage whatnot…

Just for the hell of it, I’m adding a page purely for the pastoral care of our readers. What our contributors are listening to to avoid going completely insane as they write about all this. Also, stupid stuff from YouTube just to cheer everyone up.

Here’s a few of my pics just for fun:

Shock the monkey. Back when Peter Gabriel was still “avante garde”.

Kinx: Sunny Afternoon.

Little green bag

More to come…

6 thoughts on “Soundtrack for the apocalypse: shock that monkey!”

  1. TF says:

    I have been listening to a lot of Shostakovich and Prokofiev this week. Their sarcasm and parody of the Soviet pollitburo somehow seem appropriate . . .

  2. James C says:

    We also need reminders that the Earth is still the Lord’s, and wherever He rules, truth and beauty and goodness shall triumph. Pray the Office—the Psalms provide plenty of consoling images of what will happen to those who detest His will.

    It is easy to see such reminders of God’s sovereignty in places like Nova Scotia, where I’ve recently returned after a deeply calming visit. It’s my kind of ‘cave’:

  3. bosco49 says:

    Great stuff! How about this one: Warren Zevon “Send Lawyers Guns and Money”.

    “Now I’m hiding in Honduras. I’m a desperate man. Send lawyers, guns, and money. The sh*t has hit the fan.” The sentiments seem right.

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