Or browse results titled :. Straight out the mean streets of Oxford and totally devoid of any real talent, LS tries and fails to convey their painfully awkward relationship with society. Telling tales of love, loss and public transport, punk rock has never sounded so tepid and mediocre.
Handheld gaming is more than a compromise of power and portability. In a world where high resolutions and teraflops reign supreme, we take a look at a portable relic every month and reflect on what makes it memorable. Be warned, spoilers may occasionally populate these articles.
The Spartans Once upon a time there was this place called Sparta, where everyone who lived there was a total badass. They were so badass that whenever one of their citizens said some stupid bullshit like, "Hey man Democracy kicks ass I like reading books, petting small puppies and not violently killing people with pointy sticks that are on fire", they just shipped his pansy ass off to Athens or Thessaly or Bill's Gay Land to philosophize about the nature of the soul, pick fresh daisies and have sex with men.
Sparta is an American rock band from El Paso, Texasformed in Keeley Davis guitarist is the former frontman of Engine Down. After the demise of their previous band, At the Drive-Indrummer Tony Hajjar and bassist Paul Hinojos got together and talked about forming a new band.
Most of us have never heard of laconophilia, even as we live in a world so dramatically shaped by it, but it has a hand in everything from the French Revolution to the British educational system to the Ivy League to the Israeli Kibbutz movement. The very word spartan transcends the historical city-state to which it once referred; it can now refer to anyone or anything marked by strict self-denial, frugality, or the avoidance of comfort—reflecting the legend of the Spartans, rather than who they actually were. That the legend has little to do with the real Spartans would be an academic point, but this myth has now turned malignant, with laconophilia taking on darker and ever more dangerous tones.