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A male backlash against #MeToo is brewing. By Kyle Smith for The New York Post

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Men are scared, and feminists are delighted. But the urge to call out and punish male sexual transgression is bound to clash with an inescapable truth: We’re all in this together, men and women.
Consider what’s happening in the capital of Florida. Female staffers and lobbyists have found “many male legislators will no longer meet with them privately,” reported the Miami Herald. “I had a senator say, ‘I need my aide here in the room because I need a chaperone,’ ” lobbyist Jennifer Green told the paper. “I said, ‘Senator, why do you need a chaperone? . . . Do you feel uncomfortable around me?’ ‘Well,’ he said, ‘anyone can say anything with the door shut.’ ”
“I’m getting the feeling that we’re going back 20 years as female professionals,” said Green, who owns her company. “I fully anticipate I’m going to be competing with another firm that is currently owned by some male, and the deciding factor is going to be: ‘You don’t want to hire a female lobbying firm in this environment.’ ”
This kind of thinking is catching on in aggressively P.C. Silicon Valley, where men are taking to message boards like Reddit to express interest in sex segregation — sometimes labeled “Men Going Their Own Way,” or the “Man-o-Sphere.” How will that work out for women in the tech industry, where they already face substantial challenges?
Across industries, “Several major companies have told us they are now limiting travel between the genders,” Johnny Taylor, president of the Society for Human Resource Management, told the Chicago Tribune, citing execs who tell men not to go on business trips or share rental cars with women co-workers. UCLA psychologist Kim Elsesser, the author of “Sex and the Office,” sees a nascent “sex partition.” If men start to back away from women, at least in professional settings, it’s difficult to see how that will aid the feminist cause.
As is characteristic of movements led by the left in general, #MeToo faces the prospect of being seen to push too far, too fast. Not long ago, the British magazine The Spectator depicted the cause as a feminist Reformation, with a modern woman nailing her demands to the door of a church like Martin Luther. These days the entirely justified anger and calls for change are venturing into iconoclasm: Let’s knock over some innocent statues and shatter all those stained-glass windows!
‘Several major companies have told us they are now limiting travel between the genders.’
 - Johnny Taylor, president, Society for Human Resource Management
Outraged feminists triggered by “Thérèse Dreaming,” a suggestive 1938 painting of a clothed pubescent girl by the Polish-French artist Balthus, demanded the Metropolitan Museum of Art remove it. (The Met, to its credit, refused.) Moms are dressing their sons in humiliating “The Future Is Female” T-shirts. The women’s website Bustle banned the word “flattering” because it implies there’s an ideal shape for a woman, and we all know women aren’t interested in looks.
Companies are firing perverts and sexual harassers, which is great, but those who can’t find any bad behavior to punish are casting around angrily, looking for random things to attack. Jordan Peterson, the University of Toronto professor and author of the bestseller “12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos,” who has become a YouTube sensation by rebutting crazy left-wing students, has been lambasted on social media for citing sociological studies that say women are more agreeable in the workplace and suffer some salary repercussions because of it. Although this is essentially a restatement of the thinking behind “Lean In” — if you want it, push for it — Peterson found himself being subjected to an absurdly hostile interview by British broadcaster Cathy Newman in a confrontation that went viral and led to more abuse being heaped on Peterson.
Writing in The American Interest, Claire Berlinski calls the #MeToo movement “a frenzied extrajudicial warlock hunt that does not pause to parse the difference between rape and stupidity” and “a classic moral panic, one that is ultimately as dangerous to women as to men.” She tells a story about how she just discovered she has a new power: the power to ruin the career of a professor she knew at Oxford who grabbed her butt 20 years ago while drunk at a party. “I was amused and flattered,” she writes, saying, “I knew full well he’d been dying to do that. Our tutorials — which took place one-on-one with no chaperones — were livelier intellectually for that sublimated undercurrent. He was an Oxford don and so had power over me . . . But I also had power over him — power sufficient to cause a venerable don to make a perfect fool of himself at a Christmas party. Unsurprisingly, I loved having that power.”
Reformers should keep her underlying point in mind: Change may be good, but be wary of unintended consequences. Turning men and women into hostile opposing camps is not going to be good for either sex.
Kyle Smith is critic at large at National Review.
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Sunday, April 21, 2019

Goodbye - Billie Eilish

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Massive Attack - Radiation Ruling The Nation (iTunes 'SELECTED')

Mad Professor's inspired dub version of the 1995 classic 'Protection' uses Tracey Thorn's original vocal as an instrument in itself

Aljazeera - Sri Lanka Eight Bombings on Easter

A series of coordinated bombings have struck churches and hotels on Easter Sunday, killing 207 people in the worst attacks in Sri Lanka since the end of the civil war 10 years ago. At least 450 people have been wounded after the island nation was hit by a total of eight explosions, police said, adding that several of the attacks were carried out by suicide bombers.

Friday, April 19, 2019

Dissolved Girl - Massive Attack - Immortel

AU: Interior Harim - (DEMO) Interior Harim is a band formed in 2013. From Arabic, حريم ḥarīm, is "a sacred inviolable place" Interior Harim is the secret place where the soul lives and inspires our music.

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Radiohead - Street Spirit (Fade Out) Live (1996) Thom: “Street Spirit is our purest song, but I didn’t write it. It wrote itself. We were just its messengers; its biological catalysts. Its core is a complete mystery to me, and, you know, I wouldn’t ever try to write something that hopeless. All of our saddest songs have somewhere in them at least a glimmer of resolve. Street Spirit has no resolve. It is the dark tunnel without the light at the end. It represents all tragic emotion that is so hurtful that the sound of that melody is its only definition. We all have a way of dealing with that song. It’s called detachment. Especially me; I detach my emotional radar from that song, or I couldn’t play it. I’d crack. I’d break down on stage. That’s why its lyrics are just a bunch of mini-stories or visual images as opposed to a cohesive explanation of its meaning. I used images set to the music that I thought would convey the emotional entirety of the lyric and music working together. That’s what’s meant by ‘all these things you’ll one day swallow whole’. I meant the emotional entirety, because I didn’t have it in me to articulate the emotion. I’d crack… Our fans are braver than I to let that song penetrate them, or maybe they don’t realise what they’re listening to. They don’t realise that Street Spirit is about staring the... devil right in the eyes, and knowing, no matter what the hell you do, he’ll get the last laugh. And it’s real, and true. The devil really will get the last laugh in all cases without exception, and if I let myself think about that too long, I’d crack. I can’t believe we have fans that can deal emotionally with that song. That’s why I’m convinced that they don’t know what it’s about. It’s why we play it towards the end of our sets. It drains me, and it shakes me, and hurts like hell every time I play it, looking out at thousands of people cheering and smiling, oblivious to the tragedy of its meaning, like when you’re going to have your dog put down and it’s wagging its tail on the way there. That’s what they all look like, and it breaks my heart. I wish that song hadn’t picked us as its catalysts, and so I don’t claim it. It asks too much. I didn’t write that song.”

Massive Attack I am Home

What I've Done (Official Video) - Linkin Park

Evanescence - Bring Me To Life (Official Music Video)

Young and Beautiful

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Jordan Peterson | "Redefining reality in 6min" | TEDx | Dr. Jordan B. Peterson, Professor of Psychology at the University of Toronto, delivers a Talk at TEDxToronto 2011 on the theme of Redefining Reality.

Defiant Sarah Huckabee Sanders Claims She Doesn’t Know Where Voice Comes From When She Opens Mouth - The Onion

Portishead - Over

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Portishead - Only You

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Crash Test Dummies - Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm (Official Video)

Thursday, April 18, 2019

Cobain Evidence Blog by Kurt Fraser: A Peek Into Courtney Love’s 1995 Lawsuit Against the Washington State Patrol and a False Assertion to the Court

Monday, May 2, 2016

Following Kurt Cobain’s death in April of 1994 the Seattle Police Department turned over to the Washington State Patrol (WSP) the greenhouse “suicide” note and an additional comparison letter purported to have been written by Kurt Cobain months before his death.  These documents were turned over to the Patrol for purposes of conducting handwriting comparison analysis so to establish that the “suicide” note was in fact authored by the deceased.  Upon conclusion of this analysis the WSP returned the original documents to the SPD but retained in its possession copies of the two letters.

Thereafter, in September of 1995, a public disclosure request seeking the “suicide” note and the comparison letter was submitted to the WSP, which, if granted by the WSP, would result in the public having access to these documents for review and inspection.  The WSP took the position that the letters were not exempt from disclosure and that, accordingly, the WSP would publicly release them pursuant to the disclosure request.

In October of 1995, in response to the WSP’s stated intention to release the documents, Courtney Love sued the WSP to prevent disclosure.  The Washington law firm representing Ms. Love contended that disclosure would violate her privacy rights and cause her irreparable harm.

At the time of the lawsuit’s filing, public accusations claiming Ms. Love was involved in Mr. Cobain’s death had already been leveled.

In support of the firm’s contentions, it submitted multiple “declarations” to the Court by individuals with knowledge of the contents of the “suicide” note.  Declarations are written statements, signed under risk of penalty of perjury, by individuals claiming to have personal knowledge about a given legal issue.  They are an extremely important part of the judicial process in helping to ensure judges are fully and accurately informed about the vital issues they must decide upon. 

One of the declarations submitted to the Court was that of Seth Lichtenstein’s, an attorney to Courtney Love at the time of the lawsuit’s filing, who unequivocally asserted in his declaration that the greenhouse note “is a personal letter written to Courtney and Frances by Kurt…” (Emphasis added.)  This declaration was obtained publically through the King County Superior Court and, unlike the copy contained in the SPD’s publically available online file, is in un-redacted form. 

Mr. Lichtenstein’s assertion bolsters the lawsuit’s claim that release of the “suicide” note by the WSP would violate Ms. Love’s privacy rights.  The assertion also happens to be entirely inconsistent with the contents of the note.

For as is commonly known among those who have taken an interest in the circumstances of Mr. Cobain’s death, the “suicide” note is directed, in large letters at the outset, “To Boddah,” Mr. Cobain’s imaginary childhood friend, and the body of the letter predominantly articulates Mr. Cobain’s feelings about his career in music.  In addition, a signature is provided after the letter’s body which includes both a first and last name (“Kurt Cobain”), which is inconsistent with a personal letter directed to a family member.  Only in a brief end-note, following the signature, in what appears to be an entirely different style of handwriting, are there intimate words directed to Ms. Love and Mr. Cobain’s daughter.

Notably, Mr. Lichtenstein was at the time of his declaration a partner in Rosemary Carroll’s southern California law firm – Codikow & Carroll.  This fact is particularly concerning with regard to Mr. Lichtenstein’s declaration to the Court, for as we know, Rosemary Carroll, Ms. Love’s and Mr. Cobain’s attorney at the time of Mr. Cobain’s death, appears to have been highly suspicious of Ms. Love’s role in Mr. Cobain’s passing and stated that she was of the opinion that the “suicide” note was not written by Mr. Cobain, but rather that it may have been forged, and that Mr. Cobain’s death was not the result of suicide.

These assertions by Ms. Carroll were captured by clandestine audio recording shortly after Mr. Cobain’s death but well prior to the lawsuit against the WSP, and the assertions are relevant with regard to whether Ms. Carroll, who as an attorney was and is bound by attorney-client obligations, had informed Mr. Lichtenstein, prior to his declaration, of her doubts about the “suicide” note and the cause of her client’s death.

It should be noted, however, that only select portions of the recordings, obtained without consent by then-private investigator Tom Grant, have been made public and because Ms. Carroll appears to have remained publicly silent on the matter a complete understanding of her beliefs is still unknown, including knowledge of the potential pressures Ms. Carroll has faced that may have, understandably, altered her behavior.

In the end, the Court in matter against the Washington State Patrol (WSP), despite having viewed the greenhouse note, would rule in favor of Courtney Love, barring the WSP from releasing the “suicide” note and comparison letter.

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As an addendum, at about the same time the suit against the WSP was filed, in late October 1995, Bryan Collucio, Ms. Love’s attorney in the WSP matter, reached out to the Seattle Police Department in an attempt to have the SPD eliminate all Cobain case records and copies thereof in its possession. Mr. Collucio claimed elimination of the records was necessary on privacy grounds.  Such an act, however, would be unlawful, and Norm Stamper, the chief of the Department at the time, would wisely deny the request.

Cobain Evidence Blog by Kurt Fraser: Washington State Patrol Declined to Affirm Suicide Verdict, Legal Document Indicates

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

A legal record obtained publically through the King County Superior Court indicates that the Washington State Patrol (WSP), in 1995, declined to affirm the Seattle Police Department’s determination that Kurt Cobain committed suicide.  The basis provided by the WSP for not affirming the suicide verdict is that the Patrol “lack[ed] sufficient information” to do so.

The decision by the Patrol to not affirm the SPD’s determination is notable in that it diverges from the SPD’s adamant and unequivocal position since 1994 that Mr. Cobain’s death was thoroughly investigated and accurately diagnosed as suicide.

The document in question is a formal legal pleading, called an “Answer,” that was submitted to the court as part of the WSP’s defense against Courtney Love’s 1995 lawsuit against the WSP.   That lawsuit sought to bar the Patrol from releasing the “suicide” note and a comparison letter, also known as the “Rome” note.

As required by court rules, the WSP document provides specific responses to each assertion, put forth as a “fact,” by the opposing party (Ms. Love).  The applicable assertion by Ms. Love, contained in paragraph number “2.10” of Ms. Love’s Petition for Permanent Injunction, is that the “SPD concluded its investigation, and confirmed Mr. Cobain took his own life.”

The WSP, pursuant to court rules, had the option of responding to this assertion by 1) admitting it was true; 2) denying that it was true; or 3) claiming, as the Patrol did, that it lacked sufficient information to form an opinion as to the truth of the claim that Mr. Cobain’s death was accurately classified as suicide.

Relevantly, at issue in the 1995 lawsuit against the WSP was the WSP’s interpretation of the “suicide” note, which, again, notably diverged from the SPD’s position with regard to the note.  As the legal document also indicates, the WSP declined to admit both that the greenhouse note found near Mr. Cobain’s body was “a personal letter to his family” or that the greenhouse note and comparison letter contained “deeply personal and intimate thoughts of Mr. Cobain directed principally to his spouse and daughter,” claiming again lack of sufficient information to do so. 

Importantly, but for the initiation of the lawsuit by Ms. Love, the Patrol was prepared to release both the “suicide” note and the comparison letter into the public domain.

The Cobain file published online by the Seattle Police Department in 2015 contains the legal pleadings and affidavits (AKA “declarations”) from Ms. Love’s legal team, but not the legal records submitted by the WSP in its defense, including the legal record at issue in this article.

Norm Stamper, the chief of the SPD at the time of Mr. Cobain’s passing, recently acknowledged that errors were made in the investigation into Mr. Cobain’s death and that, if chief again, he would reopen the case.  Chief Stamper noted in particular that the behavioral patterns of those with a motive to see Mr. Cobain dead should have been studied.

A 2014 review by the SPD of the 1994 investigation into Mr. Cobain’s death, however, reaffirmed the suicide verdict.  The full scope of that review, though, appears very limited and a number of its conclusions, arguably as a result of bias stemming from severe investigative errors committed during the 1994 investigation, appear forensically unsound.