I LOVE this interpretation.And amazed it doesn’t just sound like mush!
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live report: X Japan @ Madison Square Garden (Oct. 11, 2014)
an event which i did not attend
- Wow, it’s almost a sixth full!
- That Hide hologram is kinda cool for the first ten seconds but then it gets a little creepy and feels the same way watching revenge porn feels.
- I wonder if Sugizo is earning more than the other four combined to be here.
- They didn’t play “Rose of Pain” or “Art of Life”, but had time for a thirty-minute version of X so everyone could go pee.
- WOW he is SUCH a drama queen! Get up!
- Oh good, they’re filming for a bluray! I’ll buy and watch that right after I buy and watch those other three or four concert things they put out five years ago!
It’s “finished” — as much as a battle jacket can be finished…
- The center-conservative coalition… dropped one of its main vote-winning policies: tax cuts for those who work.
- Unemployment is particularly high among young Swedes and immigrants.
- The increase in economic inequality during the last decade was greater in Sweden than in almost all other OECD countries.
- Blue-collar workers and the lower middle class… found themselves on the losing side of a new globalized service and high-tech economy.
- Sweden has accepted more refugees (and relatives of refugees) than any other European country. The influx from conflict-ridden regions such as the Middle East and North Africa has increased competition for housing and employment.
- The comparatively generous social benefit system and lack of low-skilled jobs has resulted in a large number of refugees and other immigrants living on welfare.
- Sparked by discrimination and lack of opportunity, Sweden has also faced the same type of ethnic riots that shook France’s suburbs a few years ago.
As its metal goes, so goes a nation…