November 1st, 2005
|10:51 pm - Fueled by crystal meth and hate|
Henry Rollins is a very angry man.
And he really hates Wal-Mart.
Current Mood: entertained
I really hate Evil Wal*Mart...does that make me an angry man?
No, I'm sorry, but you're still not a man. And really, in 2005 there's no good reason for you to want to be. Other than hormones.
Oh fine...I don't think I'd want to be male anyway...
Male-itude kind of sucks at times.
Meh, at least I'd have something fun to play with...
I find Wal-Mart to be an odious bully on the playground of business.... am I angry?
Certainly sounds that way.
I hate wal-mart.... but we already knew I was angry.
The difference between you and Henry Rollins being that he makes his living off being angry.
Ah. And I failed to make a living off of Wal-Mart
I guess I was kind of surprised that he shops there while on tour. I understand needing supplies and that being the only option at 3 AM, but there are ways to plan around that.
|Date:||November 2nd, 2005 02:29 pm (UTC)|| |
Were you at the show?
And if so, did you see Carolyn?
I was, but I did not, not that I was looking for her.
|Date:||November 2nd, 2005 08:01 pm (UTC)|| |
Colin go here hippieprincess1
and vote for a night for Existo, you gotta come okay? :) Invite people who might be interested.
yeah ... what laviorli said!
OH and I HATE Wal-Mart. They have killed the market for any smaller shops or mom and pop shops.
|Date:||November 2nd, 2005 09:26 pm (UTC)|| |
Re: off topic
That's one of the things he talked about. Like the rest of our generation, we've grown up in an age of big-box convenience. I find it really difficult to explain to Wal-Mart fans why the disappearance of smaller shops is bad from a consumer standpoint, but Rollins said something last night that really hit close to home: With Wal-Mart and Best Buy and Barnes & Noble forcing all of the independent media outlets out of business, it’s rarer and rarer for me to have one of those ”NO WAY!” moments where I’m just browsing through the CDs and find something fantastic. That’s probably the smallest problem Wal-Mart creates, but it’s still a travesty.