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Just like Tom Thumb’s blues

Dylan live at Albert Hall, 1966:

Percy’s song

Dylan song performed by Fairport Convention:

Rick Perry

Are you kidding me? How’s he going to address the rumors about being yet another GOP closet case?

You’re gonna make me lonesome when you go

Shawn Colvin covers Bob:

Buckets of rain

Bob:

Almost on

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Bill Moyers

On Tavis Smiley:

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Frack this, pal

Looks like the media spotlight is shaming Corbett into action:

Pennsylvania officials fined Chesapeake Energy more than $1 million on Tuesday, the state’s largest fine ever to an oil and gas company. In a statement, the Department of Environmental Protection said Chesapeake’s drilling operations had contaminated water supplies for 16 families in Bradford County.

The announcement came just days after the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported that the administration of Gov. Tom Corbett, who took office in January, has issued far fewerenvironmental fines than its predecessor.

Rioting in the wrong places

Ian Welsh:

So, apparently EU finance ministers are encouraging Greece to speed up privatization.  Which is to say, let themselves be looted faster, and transfer public goods into private hands at firesale prices.  Meanwhile, the Greeks themselves continue to riot in all the wrong places.  Folks, if you’re going to riot, go riot where the politicians and bankers are.  March on their mansions, and have your fights with the cops there. As long as it’s you fighting the cops someplace else, they don’t care.  Your master class, who refuse to pay their taxes or to tax each other, will not get serious about anything else other than paying themselves and their foreign friends by looting your country until something more important than money is on the line.

In governmental terms, yes, Greece should restructure.  Roll it all over into 100 year bonds at 1%, and refloat your own currency.  If investors don’t like that, tell them they can have that or nothing.  Slap on capital controls and let everyone know that you will hunt to the ends of the earth any of your rich who try and take capital out of the country.  Start actually taxing the rich.  If they can’t take it, they can leave, without their capital.

Shit

I was out running errands all day and I forgot to go vote. Back soon!

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