“Look at Your Game, Girl” is a song written by Charles Manson. It appeared on his album Lie: The Love and Terror Cult which was released to help pay for his defense during the murder trial. Manson was convicted to life in prison and has been eligible for parole since 1978.
Manson plays the song only with an acoustic guitar.
A cover version appeared on Guns N’ Roses’ 1993 album “The Spaghetti Incident?”, upon lead singer Axl Rose’s demand, despite protest from his fellow bandmates. Rose is the only member of Guns N’ Roses to perform on the track, with the guitar played by Carlos Booey.
A high-level military advisory panel is set to recommend that the armed services overturn its policy barring women from serving in combat roles, a step that would remove a key structural barrier for women trying to advance their military careers.
Greatest Anti-War Speech ever!
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Enrage them with fear until they feel justified in their violence
STOCHASTIC TERRORISM is the use of mass communications to stir up random lone wolves to carry out violent or terrorist acts that are statistically predictable but individually unpredictable.
This is what occurs when Bin Laden releases a video that stirs random extremists halfway around the globe to commit a bombing or shooting.
This is also the term for what Beck, O’Reilly, Hannity, and others do. And this is what led directly and predictably to a number of cases of ideologically-motivated murder similar to the Tucson shootings.
Kudos to Dan Savage’s The Stranger for the brilliant cover design of this week’s issue.
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Peter Steele, the frontman for the heavy metal band Type O Negative, has died.
Sony PlayStation 3 owners in multiple regions (including North America, Europe, and Australia) are facing the inability to sign into the PlayStation Network online gaming service, corrupted user data and inability to play some games online or off. The problems are accompanied by the 8001050F error code.