I love this song. It sends shivers down my spine, its got such an evocative ambience. Its like a version of 'Logans' Run' by Pieter Breugel.
Down in the park where the machmen meet
the machine and play kill by numbers
down in the park with a friend called five
I was in a car crash or was it the war
but i never been quite the same
little white lies like I was there
come to tom-tom's the place to eat
like it was built in one day
you can watch the humans trying to run
oh look, there's a rape machine
i'd go outside if it'd look the other way
wouldn't believe the things they do
Actually, my life has never been so good. I'm fantastically in love, we have two healthy kids, everything is looking upwards, like there is no death tomorrow and I can believe in the future for once. Feeling naive never felt so good.
I failed to do my bike run from Silkeborg, but it was due to Mette being ill rather than my laziness, and I'll try again on saturday. On Monday I went to the gym for the first time in my life and got a plan laid out by a very trim young fellow named Anders. It was a piece of cake. 14 km a day for the last three months has deffinately made a difference. I'm not sure how often I'll go to the gym, but I'm guessing twice a week to start off with. I have no idea what the various exersizes are called, but they're not designed to build up huge muscles or anything, just to get me into something resembling the shape of a human being again, and not a naked mole rat.
Its not all physical though. Whilst perusing Steve's blog, I came across a most excellent gaming blog, called Iron Mitten, and at first it was the cartoon illustrations that grabbed my attention, but then I saw his older, Roman stuff and my fire got stoked. Next thing I know, I'm roaming the internet checking out 10mm, 15mm and 28mm Romans. So much good stuff, so many ideas but so little time.