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Thursday, July 20, 2017

SomehowArt - I Know Who You Are

somehowArt - You Broke My Heart

Lance's Dark Mood Party Mix Vol 71 (Trip Hop / Downtempo / Electronica /...

1. Kazukii - Nukira(ft. Meseta)
2. 21 Hertz - My Neighborhood – 3:21
3. Groove Cereal & Violent Public Disorderaz - Beats For The People – 7:43
4. Mr. Moods – Gunslinger – 11:42
5. L'Orange - The Night – 16:13
6. Tor - Let Me Down – 19:13
7. Salty – Remonoganac – 23:27
8. Zavala – 1981 – 28:07
9. Ancient Astronauts - Leave It Alone – 31:17
10. SomehowArt - You Broke My Heart – 35:56
11. Bulljun - Aquarium Mood – 40:02
12. Axis360 – Advancement – 43:26
13. Ogi Feel The Beat - Return Of The Infinity – 47:49
14. Guts - Aimer Sans Amour – 52:31
15. Al'Tarba - Canyon Eyes – 56:44
16. Mononome - When You Gonna Learn – 59:52
17. The Blue Square – Erotic – 1:03:50
18. The Sound Defects - Take Out – 1:07:49

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Philippine News Agency - (Feature) 70-year-old villager nearly captures Abu Sayyaf terrorist in Bohol by Ben Cal May


TAGBILARAN CITY, May 21 (PNA) -- Not many knew it, but a terrorist out to sow chaos in Bohol province last week was almost single-handedly captured by a septuagenarian, dead or alive.
In a rare display of raw courage never heard nor seen anywhere in the war on terror, the 70-year-old man engaged the Abu Sayyaf terrorist intruding in his backyard in a hand-to-hand combat in the town of Calape at the height of a massive military operation against the militant Islamic group.
In an exclusive interview with this writer, Capt. Jojo Mascariňas, intelligence officer of the Central Command (CEMCOM) of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), related in detail the bravery of a man known as Lolo (grandpa) Peryong, who confronted Abu Ubayda, the last member of an 11-man Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) who clandestinely slipped into Bohol last month to create chaos, particularly kidnapping.
Lolo Peryong was cleaning his backyard in the afternoon of May 15 when Ubayda, armed with an M16 assault rifle, intruded the perimeter of his house in Barangay Lawis in the town of Calape some 45 kilometers north of this city.
While all his neighbors fled for their lives upon seeing Ubayda, Lolo Peryong, armed with a bolo, bravely attacked the bandit.
Not sensing he was facing a fearless old man, Ubayda was apparently caught by surprise, with Lolo Peryong already swinging his bolo at the terrorist.
For one reason or another, Ubayda did not use his M-16 rifle to shoot Lolo Peryong but was able to parry the old man’s non-stop bolo thrusts and hacking.
In one instance, Peryong saw an opening and tried to slash Ubayda, but the terrorist managed to parry and seize the bladed weapon from the old man. But the game old man still engaged the terrorist in a hand-to-hand combat.
Eventually, Ubayda stabbed Peryong, then butt stroke him with his rifle before pursuing army soldiers arrived and shot the terrorist dead.
Fortunately for Lolo Peryong, the wound was not fatal. He was brought to the hospital where he is recovering.
The bravery and gallantry of Lolo Peryong against a heavily armed terrorist despite his age was likely the first in the country or even the whole world.
Boholanos compared the heroic deeds of Lolo Peryong to the great Boholano hero, Francisco Dagohoy, who staged the longest revolt in the Philippines against the well-armed Spaniards for 85 years from 1744 to 1826.
During the military operation against the Abu Sayyaf in Bohol, another villager identified as Crisanto Bancore engaged Abu Asis, Ubayda’s companion, in a brief fistfight while Asis was trying to flee from pursuing government forces.
Asis was later gunned down before he could escape.
Mascariňas said Ubayda and Asis were the last of the 11-man terrorist group, who slipped into the town of Inabanga, Bohol last month apparently to destabilize the peaceful island province in Central Visayas.
The military mounted a massive operation upon learning the landing of a terrorist group in Bohol.
Aside fom the military operation, the AFP Central Command (CEMCOM), hosted a seminar on anti-terrorism and anti-drug campaign with Bohol officials in this city last May 9.
The seminar was conducted by Brig. Gen. Alan Arrojado, CEMCOM deputy commander, who has a solid background in fighting terrorism as the former commander of Joint Task Force Sulu that neutralized many Abu Sayyaf terrorists.
Meanwhile, Brig. Gen. Arnulfo Matanguihan, commander of the 302nd Infantry of the Philippine Army, has declared Bohol cleared of the Abu Sayyaf. (PNA)

PsyBlog - The Sex With Twice The Depression Risk


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Woman are much more susceptible to depression than men.

At age 15, girls are twice as likely as boys to be experiencing depression.

This could be due to hormonal fluctuations, body image issues, genetic factors or other causes.

Men, though, are more likely to suffer persistent depression.

And for women, depression tends to go in cycles.

Brain scans of adolescents in a new study have found different responses at this young age.

For the research, 106 adolescents with depression had their brains scanned while they looked at happy, sad or neutral words.


The results showed the brains of boys and girls responded in different ways, particularly in the supramarginal gyrus and posterior cingulate.

Both areas have previously been linked to depression.

Dr Jie-Yu Chuang, the study’s first author, said:


“Our finding suggests that early in adolescence, depression might affect the brain differently between boys and girls.

Sex-specific treatment and prevention strategies for depression should be considered early in adolescence.

Hopefully, these early interventions could alter the disease trajectory before things get worse.”

These early signs in adolescence could be the first indications of the different ways the sexes experience depression.

Dr Chuang said:


“Men are more liable to suffer from persistent depression, whereas in women depression tends to be more episodic.

Compared with women, depressed men are also more likely to suffer serious consequences from their depression, such as substance abuse and suicide.”

Dr Chuang hopes to conduct a larger study in the future:


“I think it would be great to conduct a large longitudinal study addressing sex differences in depression from adolescence to adulthood.”

Sunday, July 16, 2017

Lance's Dark Mood Party Mix Vol 70 (Trip Hop / Downtempo / Electronica /...

1. Neroche - Sycamore Trees
2. Mounika. - Fly Like A Pictave – 3:46
3. Lost Pages – Epiclesis – 6:59
4. Wasaru - The Last End is Coming – 12:18
5. Stripmall Architecture - We Were Flying Kites – 15:47
6. Karminsky Experience Inc. - Into The Blue – 22:13
7. The Villain - Today Was a Tuesday – 26:10
8. Øfdream – Thelema – 28:58
9. Modern Scribe - Favorite Song – 32:18
10. HashFinger - A1.March12 – 38:11
11. Mononome & Kill Emil - Hazy Days – 41:12
12. Ogi Feel The Beat - Aura Exposure – 45:03
13. Shugmonkey – Wonga – 49:56
14. Sublab - Only Thing I Need – 53:53
15. DJ Shadow - Scale It Back (Hugo Kant Remix) – 57:15
16. Bimbotronic - A Long Time – 1:02:04
17. Lulu Rouge - Runaway Boy – 1:05:48
18. Kura - Gogo (Lulu Rouge Remix) – 1:10:31

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Saturday, July 15, 2017

Hallelujah – Puddles Pity Party at the SF Regency Lodge Ballroom

The soul and heart can come through despite any costume we wear.

Sunday, July 9, 2017

The Myth of March 18th: Kurt Cobain’s ‘Suicidal Spiral’ Debunked by New Testimony - By Shawn Helton 21st Century Wire

The Myth of March 18th: Kurt Cobain’s ‘Suicidal Spiral’ Debunked by New Testimony

Shawn Helton
21st Century Wire 

Over two decades have passed since the loss of the Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain and yet, key circumstances leading up to his untimely death still continue to be uncovered.
In order to provide context for this most recent revelation in the Cobain case, let’s revisit a 911 police call to the singer’s Lake Washington property in the early evening of March 18th, 1994.


‘Dark Day’ – The body of Kurt Cobain was discovered on April 8th, 1994, in the green house seen above. (Photo seattlepi)
On April 9th, the day after Cobain’s body was discovered in the greenhouse above his garage, both the Seattle Post-Intelligencer newspaper and Associated Press published articles stating that police had been previously summoned on March 18th to the Cobain residence by his wife Courtney Love, allegedly because Cobain had “locked himself in a room with several weapons and was suicidal.”
The March 18th incident was heavily publicized and widely echoed across media outlets throughout the world, with many adding that, “Cobain was coaxed from the room and said he didn’t want to hurt himself.” This aspect of the story was central in validating the idea that the rock icon was already on a ‘downward spiral’ making the public acceptance of his suicide a fait accompli.
Astonishingly, as you’ll learn below, there’s another set of previously unreported details – revealed by the primary officer and first responder to the infamous March 18th 911 call…

‘Voice of Generation’ – A contemplative Cobain in concert. (Photo 
soundofsummer)
Uncovering the Truth
Recently, investigative journalist Matthew Richer unearthed a more complete version of the March 18th disturbance call when he contacted Seattle Police Department Detective Everett Edwards for an interview.
A veteran of the force 21 years, Detective Edwards is recognized throughout the Seattle community. His current position is the detective in charge of the Seattle Police Department’s Property Recovery Unit.
He was the first patrol officer on the scene at Lake Washington that fateful evening on March 18th, 1994.
In an article first published at Cobaincase.com entitled, “Kurt Cobain Did Not Attempt Suicide on March 18, 1994”, Richer pieces together the chronology of the disturbance call, as seen through the eyes of Edwards (SPD Detective Edwards left side photo westseattleblog).
Much to the surprise of Richer, there was no record of the Seattle Homicide Unit ever investigating the March 18th incident in the aftermath of Cobain’s death. And even more amazingly, not a single reporter had ever contacted Edwards about his March 18th police visit to Cobain’s Lake Washington residence.
Below are passages from Richer’s exclusive findings during his interview with the detective.
What Really Happened on March 18th?
Edwards arrived on the scene at the rock couple’s house to discover Love screaming outside on the front porch:
“He locked himself in a room! He’s gotta gun! He’s gonna f***ing kill himself!” Edwards then informed Love that he would have to wait for backup to arrive before he could enter the house. “Well, if you’re not gonna do anything, then just get the f*** out of here!” Love shouted.”
In another, even more revealing segment of the correspondence, Richer uncovered the sequence of events during the March 18th incident, as relayed by Edwards:
“We were always led to believe that the police encountered an armed Kurt Cobain locked inside a room in his house that night.”
“According to Detective Everett Edwards, the reality is that Kurt Cobain was not inside the house at all when the police arrived that day.”
“Instead, when Edwards and his partner attempted to enter the house through the backdoor, they discovered an unarmed Kurt Cobain sheepishly standing in the backyard with his hands in his pockets.”
“Moreover, Cobain did not appear suicidal; rather, he seemed deeply embarrassed by the situation. “He just really wanted to get out of there,” said Edwards (who had then, incidentally, never heard of Kurt Cobain).”
Additionally, Edwards disclosed that Cobain ‘calmly’ walked with the officer to sit in the backseat of his squad car to discuss the circumstances of the disturbance call. Recounting the events of that evening, Edwards recollected, “He [Cobain] was just a very, very nice guy,” and did not appear to be under the influence of any drugs.

Also, according to Richer’s interview with Edwards, Cobain acknowledged to authorities that he had “simply locked himself in a room after an argument, ” and had no intention of harming himself.
Although much was made of the March 18th police visit after Cobain’s death, the matter had been handled according to police protocol in domestic situations, as officers confiscated Cobain’s firearms and medication at the house that evening.
Here is an excerpt from the original police report, providing further confirmation that Cobain’s actions were misrepresented during the March 18th incident:

“After further interviewing Ms. Love, she stated that she did not see him with a gun, and he did not say he was going to kill himself.”


‘Lasting Memory’ – The Lake Washington greenhouse was reportedly demolished by 1998. (Photo seattlepi)
Painting a Picture
There were many misleading media accounts in the wake of Cobain’s tragic death, and the March 18th ‘disturbance call’ looks to have been a significant factor in painting a specific point of view prior to singer’s unexpected end.
The details regarding the so-called March 18th incident would greatly influence public perception about Cobain’s apparent mental state, as it marked the first of two official reports that Love would make to the Seattle Police Department in under a month – falsely claiming Cobain was ‘suicidal’ with a gun.

Perhaps the most eye-opening aspect of the two police reports, was that Love had filed a missing person’s report using her mother-in-law’s name, Wendy O’Connor, on April 4th. This falsely filed report claimed that Cobain had recently ‘fled’ from drug rehab in Marina Del Ray on April 1st, flew back to Seattle, quickly purchased a shotgun, and “may be suicidal.”

It’s been long-established that Cobain legally obtained the shotgun for personal protection before going to the non-lockdown rehab facility.
Love would later admit she filed the report impersonating Cobain’s mother Wendy O’ Connor, which has led some critics of the case to believe that her assertions about her husband’s state of mind may not be accurate, and could also be a convenient red herring for the authorities and media alike.
Although some are familiar with the alarming forensic side of the Cobain case, it’s important to reiterate that the singer was found with three times the lethal dose of heroin in his bloodstream along with diazepam, prior to the shotgun being used near the time of his death. This has prompted many to believe the Cobain would have been unable to perform the task of using the shotgun, as the immediate impact of the heroin would have left him incapacitated.

‘Behind the Scenes’ – Hollywood actress and singer Courtney Love. (Photo twitter)

In the aftermath of Cobain’s death, the March 18th incident had become mythologized by many throughout entertainment media. One such case as mentioned by Richer, was a SPIN Magazine interview with Love that was published in February of 1995. According to that article, the well-known widow recounted an entirely different chain of events on the evening of March 18th, during her featured exchange with Craig Marks:
“See those marks on the door. On the wall. That’s from when he [Kurt Cobain] was in here with guns, and I kicked it in. Or tried to.”
“It was too secure.” “He finally just unlocked it. And there were the guns, out. And I grabbed one. This was March 18.”
“I [Courtney Love] grabbed the revolver, and I put it to my head, and I said, ‘I’m going to pull this right now.”
“I cannot see you die. I cannot see you die again.’ He [Kurt Cobain] grabbed my hand. He was screaming.” “There’s no safety. You don’t understand, there’s no safety on that. It’s going to go off.’ So he got it from me.”
And I [Courtney Love] was seriously going to blow my head off right in front of him, because I could not deal with it.”
It’s worth noting Richer’s thoughts regarding Love’s SPIN Magazine revision of the March 18th incident. He explains:
“This story, of course, completely contradicts the account given to us by Detective Everett Edwards, a decorated police officer with an exemplary record. In fact, Courtney Love never told this dramatic version of the March 18th incident to anyone prior to its appearance in SPIN.”
More Mythology in Rome?
In another article, published by Rolling Stone Magazine in June of 1994 by the well-known author Neil Strauss, there also appears to be some glaring misconceptions with regard to not only the evening of March 18th – but of Cobain’s accidental overdose in Rome on March 4th, just two weeks before the March 18th police call.
The article characterized that Cobain’s overdose in Rome, was a “failed suicide attempt, however, this media analysis differed quite a bit from Dr. Osvaldo Galleta, the attending doctor who treated Cobain:
We can usually tell a suicide attempt, He did not seem like a young man who wanted to end it all.” 
Adding that Cobain“will fully recover with no lingering problems.”
The Rome incident, has often been cited as additional evidence of Cobain’s alleged ‘mental state’ and in many ways, it has also been grafted onto the events of March 18th and his eventual death, but without any serious qualification. This becomes even more clear, when you consider the Rolling Stone article written by Strauss, confidently proclaiming that the “domestic dispute escalated into a near disaster,” on the evening of March 18th.
Both the incident in Rome and the March 18th disturbance call, set the stage for an intervention held for Cobain on March 25th.
How much of a factor did both events play in Cobain being urged to go to rehab?
More recently, with the release of the HBO co-produced documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck (MOH) this past May, viewers were given a glimpse into the private life of Cobain via archival footage and other previously unreleased material.
Although the ‘authorized’ documentary-drama had been billed by its creators as a celebration of Cobain’s life, the film was laced with what seemed to be heavy speculative commentary and well-edited emotionally charged interviews – all focusing on Cobain’s perceived ‘suicidal’ tendencies – without ever challenging, much less mentioning, the forensic details of the singer’s death. 


‘Take Another Look’ – Former Chief of Police for the SPD Norm Stamper. (Photo shockya
Big Questions Remain
This past June, another Cobain-based docudrama Soaked In Bleach, thrust the Nirvana star’s life and death back into the spotlight once again. The new film presents compelling analysis from a host of forensic experts, including the notable pathologist, Dr. Cyril Wecht (former president of the American Academy of Forensic Science).
Wecht along with others throughout the motion picture, question the official ruling in the Cobain case due to several forensic anomalies. In addition, the former Chief of Police for the Seattle Police Department, Norm Stamper, shared his thoughts during the controversial feature:
“I would tell you right now that if I were the Chief today, I would re-open this investigation.”

Many have questioned the official suicide ruling in the Cobain case and the emergence of these new details regarding the March 18th disturbance call will continue to cast doubt over what really happened to the fallen icon.
Until these questions are answered, curiosity in the case will only increase, and serious doubt upon the official ruling is certain to grow.

From https://www.theduluthmodel.org FAQ:  "While we do recognize there are cases of domestic violence other than male perpetrated violence against women, even in those cases the perpetrator’s sense of entitlement to control or dominate another remains the predominant cause of violence."

The Duluth Model does not recognize that female domestic violence is more complex than arrest records. Females are usually NOT arrested. Yet, it is the policy used in many places around the world.

Barbara Walters To The Kardashians! "You Have NO Talent"

Saturday, July 8, 2017

Lamb

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Friday, July 7, 2017

Liamere - Restless - I want you to let me in I can’t get out Can't get out… I’m trying hard to speak But still I want you to let me in I can’t get out Please, protect me I'm so small With you to me as restless soul Without concern of ever letting go With your heart drifting near me Words are cheap but can cost you dearly I see you’d like to go I see you’d leave as soon as I’d Let down my guard, so leave With you to me as restless soul Without concern of ever letting go With your heart drifting near me Words are cheap but can cost you dearly My soul is beaten down Beaten down I’m beaten down Why’d you let me die Now rise with me With you to me as restless soul Without concern of ever letting go With your heart drifting near me Words are cheap but can cost you dearly

Hidden Tribe - Walk Alone (Live HD) (trip hop)

Lou Rhodes - All of this time we thought the world was at our feet And now it's clear it's in our hands Counted success by what we got, not what we gave to it Thought life was all at our command And all at once our eyes were open and our hearts could feel The weight of all the damage we had done Just as if the earth had spoken in a voice so real "Come to me, children, for we are all one" And now we know it's hard to hide ourselves away An evolution has begun Stand and be counted is the one and only way Brothers and sisters of the sun You copy you paste you lose And all at once our eyes are open and our hearts can feel The weight of all the damage we have done Just as if the earth has spoken in a voice so real "Come to me, children, for we are all one" Oh Mother Earth, please, hear this song and know our hearts Are coming home again to you We've known the cold and dark, so close and yet so far apart And now the dawn is breaking through And all at once our eyes are open and our hearts can feel The weight of all the damage we have done Just as if the earth has spoken in a voice so real "Come to me, children, for we are all one".

Lamb - We Fall In Love [Live at Casa Bertallot] Face to face One to one Two hearts race All is lost and won Air to air Light to light All laid bare Senses taking flight It all begins When stars align And two paths meet To re-define We fall in love We fall in love We fall in love It all begins When stars align And two paths meet To re-define We fall in love We fall in love We fall in love Flame to flame Dust to dust We became Tenderness and trust It all begins When stars align And two paths meet To re-define We fall in love We fall in love We fall in love It all begins When stars align And two paths meet To re-define We fall in love We fall in love We fall in love (We fall in love) It all begins We fall in love

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