or for the downloaders (who will miss the boat if they don't get the entire package) you can buy the digital copy thru iTunes, Amazon, Rhapsody, etc...
here's a picture from the show..
i got a new cat. his name is "banjo, the wood pile cat". my bro spodee named him form an old animated movie with the same name. here's a youtube of the fist part of the flick.
anyway...i just moved from the west 98th st area to the east 24th and superior ave area in cleveland. a few days before i moved this cat showed up living on the hill by the rail road tracks behind the west side place. i've been wanting to get a cat for jose to hang with, this cat was obviously dumped there since he was so people friendly, had no fleas or diseases. so i took him in. he's an awesome cat, extremely affectionate, loves people, but he's having a hard time warming up to jose. jose is use to domestic cats running and playing with him when he barks and run after them...well, banjo, is use to barking dogs as predators, so it's been a slow process getting him to come out from hiding. if it becomes obvious that it's not gonna work out between the two of them, i may be looking for a new dog free home for banjo...so if anyone is interested in an awesome cat named "banjo, the wood pile cat", stay tuned.
Because it stops censorship and its good for you - taken from page 102 of "Please God Save Us"
So why would a government, in a free country, attack modern day culture such as music, film or art? Because the political benefits outweigh the political risks. And why is that? Because young people do not vote.
How does the government know this? Because your birthday is a part of your voter registration record. They know how many 18-30 year olds are registered to vote and they know how many actually punch a ballot on Election Day.
OK let me explain.
Voters are identified by age and address. If every person who is smart and beautiful and 25 went to the polls, then government policy would be more attentive to the needs of the beautiful and smart 25 year-olds.
So if you are a young mom and need better child care options in your town - vote. If you have to work to pay for college - vote. If you want economic policies that support living wage jobs - vote. If you want your government to develop programs that can build towards a better future for this country - VOTE. And yes – if you want to stop censorship - vote.
There is power not just in your one vote, but in segments of the population expressing their collective interest in all future public policies. If you want more government to pay attention to you then you need to be heard.
"One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors. - Plato, Ancient Greek philosopher - 428BC – 348BC