Shared: Goodreads | Quote by Douglas Adams: “The major problem—one of the major problems, fo…”


Goodreads | Quote by Douglas Adams: “The major problem—one of the major problems, fo…”:

“The major problem—one of the major problems, for there are several—one of the many major problems with governing people is that of whom you get to do it; or rather of who manages to get people to let them do it to them. To summarize: it is a well-known fact that those people who must want to rule people are, ipso facto, those least suited to do it. To summarize the summary: anyone who is capable of getting themselves made President should on no account be allowed to do the job.” ― Douglas Adams, The Restaurant at the End of the Universe

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Liked on YouTube: Sandwich of Justice – You Suck at Cooking (episode 25)



This sandwich began with Ryan.

Special thanks to Police Chief Paul.

Wide Bread
White Mayo
Brown Hashbrowns
Old Cheddar
Round Egg
A whisper of Ketchup
Thin wisps of pickle
Thicker wisps of tomato
Fresh salt
pepper pepper pepper
Creamy avocado
White mayo
Wide bread
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Liked on YouTube: Smallcreep’s Day (full album) by Mike Rutherford » ˅ɩɴʏʟ ᴴᴰ


Smallcreep’s Day is the 1st solo album by Genesis bassist and guitarist Mike Rutherford. It was released in 1980 ~
The title suite is based on the dark, surrealist novel of the same name by Peter Currell Brown, adapted by Mike to have a happy ending ツ
This will go down as one of the most underrated albums in history.

Smallcreep had worked for over forty years in the factory. Till
one day, tired of drilling holes in the same piece of steel and
amazed at his fellow workers’ lack of interest as to what they
were making, he decided to find out for himself.
The plant was so large that he roamed for days glimpsing other
worlds that were completely different to his; and not one
knew of another’s existence. At last he came to the end of the
line and there before him lay the gleaming new machine.
Satisfied by this sight and with the knowledge that in all the
places he had been nothing was really changed Smallcreep
returned home.

  1. Smallcreep’s Day (total time 24:38)
    I. Between The Tick & The Tock
    II. Working In Line
    III. After Hours
    IV. Cats And Rats (In This Neighbourhood)
    V. Smallcreep Alone
    VI. Out Into The Daylight
    VII. At The End Of The Day

  2. Moonshine ★☆★☆★

  3. Time And Time Again
  4. Romani
  5. Every Road
  6. Overnight Job

All tracks Written by Mike Rutherford.

Ant Phillips — Keyboards, Piano, Yamaha CS-80, Arp 2600 synthesizer, etc.
Noel McCalla — Vocals -Courtesy of CBS records
Simon Phillips — Drums
Morris Pert — Percussion
Mike Rutherford — Guitars & Basses, Moog Taurus bass pedals

Produced & Engineered by David Hentschel of Dukeslodge Enterprises Ltd.
Recorded at Polar Studios: Stockholm
Mixed at Maison Rouge Studios: London
Assisted by David Bascombe at both
Equipment: Dale Newman, Geoff Banks, Andy Mackrill
Management: Tony Smith, Hit & Run
Inspired by the book “Smallcreep’s Day” by Peter Currel Brown
Thanks to Dave and Ant for all their support

Cover designed and photography by Hipgnosis, with thanks to Richard Draper, Mark Church & Lindsey Redding

All titles published by Spreadsound.
1980 Charisma Records Ltd.

Recorded: Autumn 1979
Released: February 15, 1980

“If you prevent men from seizing and wielding power over you by force, you do not solve the problem of human freedom. You merely make it necessary for others to acquire power over you by some other means.” — Peter Currell Brown
Noel McCalla on Itunes:

I consider SD a masterpiece album! just astounding. Always a pleasure to listen. It’s one of my all-time favorites..with so many textures and emotions. A great trip from beginning to end. Noel McCalla’s vocals are EXCELLENT, btw. Mike’s writing is brilliant, and Anthony Phillip’s keyboard playing is spectacular. And of course, Simon Phillips is no slouch on the drums..laying down a solid groove feel as always. Alongside Morris Pert’s interesting percussion textures. ~


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