Coincidence Control Network: File #045 – Death and Justice
Published on April 19th, 2013
This week: We get all political and stuff, we celebrate the justice of a man released for a crime he didn’t commit, we keep up to date on Bradley Manning, we send off Thatcher with a twist of feminism, we celebrate the art of Joan Cornellà, and finally, we say Google Glass…who gives a fuck?
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Personnel – Joe Nolan, Kim Monaghan, and Ken Eakins
Patton Oswalt on the Boston Bombings Link
Man in jail 38 years for rape that he didn’t commit gets released -Link
An Update on Bradley Manning and the Press Link Link
Thatcher hated your lungs – Link
Thatcher hated black people – Link
Thatcher hated gays – Link
I hate Thatcher – Link
Nothing to do with Thatcher – Link
- Google Glass…who gives a flying fuck Link
Leonard Nimoy, accompanied by Ennio Morricone, and Secret Chiefs 3
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