When presidents die, it’s a big deal. But when regular people die, we’re not treated to four separate funeral services or 24-hour news networks exalting our stateliness. It’s better to be remembered for the simple things, anyway. The music you saw live. The garbage movies you watched. The weird stuff we bought. One of our speeches being sampled by an industrial metal band and turned into an alternative rock classic.
Okay, so that last one sounds pretty presidential. It’s also part of the enduring legacy of this week on BTRtoday.
Shaw’s powerful performance with a nine-piece band and an amazing lineup of musicians was destined to be memorable.
How Al Jourgensen accidentally got Bush’s legacy more correct than anyone on cable news.
It’s a deep cut for fans, but you also can’t help and wonder just how many drugs were included in the making of.
The running community’s view on heavy strength training is changing. Could it work for you?
We checked out the Oddities Flea Market at Brooklyn Bazaar …
They’re so corny and inane you’ll enjoy them no matter what.