I spend too much time listening to music, complaining about tv shows, and watching Prime Minister's Questions.
I am basically a massive nerd about a bunch of different topics that do not necessarily have anything in common.
I should probably rewrite this. Suggestions, questions, comments, etc. always welcome via askbox. (Submissions also encouraged!)
Ron Paul UKIP dude from facebook never responded after i posted that ridiculous treatise on the controversy over the EU/EEC/coal-board-or-whatever since the 50s, so I think I scared him off ever posting a video of Nigel Farage ever again.
Or at least of trying to enter into a debate with me on matters European. He knows he will get a wall of text in return. (“I don’t care about social issues” could’ve prompted a whole other block of text, because people who view things solely from the perspective of paying less tax and making govt. “smaller” are always some of the most shortsighted people.)
I don’t even care about the EU, I just think the criticisms and re-evaluations of it should be made based on things like the costs/benefits to different nations and their people, rather than a general hatred of foreigners and and eye to cut all government expenditure regardless of potential consequence.
Tumblrites, recommend to me things that I can listen to while I finish a really arduous Sibelius project that is due in a week. Anything! Interesting podcasts, old radio broadcasts, noteworthy interviews you’ve come across. I’m a bit burnt out on current events stuff at the moment though, but I’m open to most anything else. I get distracted if I’m listening to music and working on music at the same time, but I have no audiobooks and I got bored of the repetitiveness and self-indulgence of most of the podcasts I subscribed to (except The Bugle, which somehow manages to be bizarre enough often enough to hold my attention).
Sparks / Achoo