It’s not politicians who will end oppression

Herself actually found this piece a few months ago, after I took a photo I knew I’d post it up here, but – for whatever reason – I hesitated until now. I’m not really sure why, I’m a huge Bowie fan (which I inherited from my parents) and am always willing to at least consider radical ideas. Anyway, here’s a rather sweet piece of street-art that Herself and I stumbled upon while out for a walk in Turnham Green.

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9 Comments Add yours

  1. “He really made the grade . . . “

    1. As I said when he died, he was a “weird and beautiful alien robot sex-hologram from the future.”

  2. I’m going to miss the Tube motivational quotes and street art. Good by Camden.

    1. I will try to post as much of that stuff as possible, but unfortunately, I don’t think it will be as frequent as before. But I will certainly try. And perhaps I will find other job in the same area. One can hope.

  3. I don’t have any ambiguity about my feelings for David Bowie.

    One thing you may not know is that he and his wife – with all their wealth – had only two homes in the US. One was in Manhattan. The other was in Ulster County, New York. Ulster County, on the west side of the Hudson River, is not where the Manhattan glitterati have their summer homes. It was and is hardscrabble rural and semi-rural and down to earth. The rich are on the east side of the river. This is so typical of the man.

    I attach my love letter to him when he died if you have a moment to read. If not, no problems.

    https://vindevie.me/2016/01/12/david-bowie-1947-2016/

    1. I read your piece, it was great.

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