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“i’m waiting for the man” intersection

from the velvet underground posted in music by ratsnamgod

"I'm waiting for my man /
Twenty-six dollars in my hand /
Up to Lexington, 125 /
Feel sick and dirty, more dead than alive /
I'm waiting for my man"

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normalmstorg

from my struggle book 2 posted in literature by ratsnamgod

We walked to the marketplace at the end of Biblioteksgatan, where the hostage drama that shook all of Sweden and gave rise to the concept of Stockholm syndrome had been enacted some time in the innocent 1970s, and we followed one of the back streets up to the NK where we were going to do our food shopping this evening.

- My Struggle Book 2,
Karl Ove Knausgaard

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nk stockholm

from my struggle book 2 posted in literature by ratsnamgod

"You reek of alcohol," she said, wriggling free. "How could you do that to me? Today of all days?"
"I'm sorry", I said. "But it's no big deal, is it?"
She didn't answer, began to walk. Didn't say a word as we left the station. On the escalator up to Klarabergsviadukten she started to swear at me. She shook the door to the drugstore at the top, but it was Sunday and was closed. We continued down to the drugstore on the other side of NK. She was furious the whole way. I walked beside her like a dog...


- My Struggle Book 2, Karl Ove Knausgaard

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karl ove knausgaard’s flat [summer 2003 - fall 2006]

from my struggle book 2 posted in literature by ratsnamgod

It was the most bourgeois apartment I had ever seen. An enormous Russian-style stove from the previous century at one end of the room, with a massive marble front; another one, just as tall, slightly less massive, in the bedroom. White, beautifully carved panels on all the walls, stuccowork on the ceilings, which were more than four meters tall. Fantastic herringbone parquet floors from the end of the nineteenth century. Her mother's furniture was in the same style: heavy, artistic, late nineteenth century.
"Can we live here?" I said as we walked around looking.

- My Struggle Book 2,
Karl Ove Knausgaard

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fairview manor

from dej loaf posted in music by ratsnamgod

In her track "Try Me", DeJ Loaf tells her audience some information about her personal life. She claims, "I ain't signing to no label, bitch I'm independent", and makes threats of retribution to those who "try [her]".
Watch quiet little Deja Trimble perform "Try Me" at her Fairview Manor residence.
And check out her debut album ...And See That's the Thing on Columbia Records.

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