Oh My Guardian #8

“When it comes to Harry Potter, JK Rowling just can’t leave it alone. This is not necessarily a bad thing – fans have got to see Harry and friends all grown-up in the Cursed Child plays – but she’s also managed to muddy the waters by her constant rejigging of the original narrative furniture.” — Fantastic Beasts isn’t racist, but JK Rowling should stop tweaking the source material, Hannah Flint, The Guardian, 28ix2018.


Oh My Guardian #7 — the previous entry in this award-winning series
Reds under the Thread more on mixed metaphors… in terms of The Guardian
All posts interrogating issues around the Guardian-reading community and its affiliates

Toxic Turntable #17

Currently listening…

• Gegozra, Musik für (2011)
• Billy Zais Foster, Red Hook (1962)
• Agavuel, Posla (1983)
• H7 Autobus, Unquietism (1977)
• C.M. Safie, Five Make Oblivion (1991)
• Duj Duj Bitumen, MuSekt (1998)
• Mir Toltor, Daub the Wood (1978)
• Über-Cseff, Ebe Dva (1996)
• Zue Aqhu, Vol. III (2013)
• Opus Pente, Nixed (1994)
• Aol Yie, Haaol (1982)
• Qizaia+, Glidepath (2008)
• X-Flower, Surciam Goba (2013)
• Lesley Hackett, Benjamin Said (1989)
• Zouque, Equinoctis (1989)
• Ludwig Abeille, Piano Concerto in D-major (2003)
• Les Mains Magiques, Hysteriac Celeriac (1975)


Previously pre-posted:

Toxic Turntable #1
Toxic Turntable #2
Toxic Turntable #3
Toxic Turntable #4
Toxic Turntable #5
Toxic Turntable #6
Toxic Turntable #7
Toxic Turntable #8
Toxic Turntable #9
Toxic Turntable #10
Toxic Turntable #11
Toxic Turntable #12
Toxic Turntable #13
Toxic Turntable #14
Toxic Turntable #15
Toxic Turntable #16

Bird Up!


Carolina Parrot from Birds of America by John James Audubon (1785-1851)

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Also known as the Carolina parakeet, Conuropsis carolinensis, this bird is now extinct.