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A World Without Rock

We’ve had a great time watching a few amazing streaming concerts. And this weekend we’re going to represent Sad Shirts while we couch-rock to some live acts streaming from Hellfest at Home this weekend. 

So pull your Sad Shirt on if you have it and let's unite in our shared gig withdrawal. We’re going to be talking shit on our Facebook page while we’re watching. We hope somebody will talk back. Perhaps we can dispel the dystopian gloom and simulate some gig fun-times.

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As a rule, we don't really like stupid cards. They're just so damned pointless. And absurdly pricey at that.

So, for Valentine's Day this year, we set out to make a card that's neither of those things ...

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online market, virtual market -

Virtual craft markets makes shopping and social distancing easy. Because you don't come to us. This time, we vendors come to you, in the comfort of your own home. Then shop from your phone, PC or iPad.

Nice! (✿◠‿◠) 

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CAPE TOWN—Sources on Tuesday reported that local data entry clerk James Butler remained blissfully unaware of his family’s contempt for his last minute Christmas presents, this despite years of strong hints and earnest pleas ...

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Here are three spooky Halloween traditions that were lost in the mists of time. Let’s take a trip back through time and observe the way our ancients (and not-so-ancients) used to celebrate our sacred festival of ghouls. Enjoy!  Cracking the Gigglemug This was a popular Halloween pastime for the British working classes right into the early 1920s. From a village, community or family group, the malcontents and deplorables banded together and selected a “gigglemug”, or fair youth of light and happy spirit. The unwilling gigglemug would be held down and a live chicken tied to their head, before being liberally smeared,...

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