stx (@variablesglobal )


Bio Let me tell you a little bit about myself, I like Twizzlers and, I like the Alligator Bob, and my favorite drama movie is Bloodsucking Freaks, just like yo mama
Location The 1990s.
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Account created 02-01-2019 21:29:00
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Twitter Web App : Louis Barfe It's not my thing at all, but there's clearly an audience for it and after seeing "Who Do You Think You Are?" I'm in awe of him.

Twitter Web App : Look kids, it's an entire edition of Stewpot-vs-Metal-Mickey-Kevin-Turvey hybrid Ed and Zed! Don't all rush at once.…

Twitter Web App : Bizarre one here folks: Memorial bench plaques to Gaddafi, Kim Jong-il and others have appeared in a London park - with barmy captions like have I told you lately that I love you?

Twitter Web App : We're running a world-wide ambience crowd source. Record five sounds outside and around your home, wherever you might live around the world. Contribute and you'll get a full copy of the library, with full and complete metadata. And we may then use it to raise money for charity.

Twitter Web App : My copy of Michael Jackson’s Off The Wall used to belong to a Leslie, of Grangetown or maybe Splott. This is the inner sleeve.

Leslie likes two things: Michael Jackson and UB40. Leslie dislikes: racism.


Twitter Web App : I have to say, 303 copyright-free samples, beats, bleeps and DJ tools for £10 in Posthuman's latest Elements of Acid sample pack is a steal (pay more if you want)…

Twitter Web App : Clayton Hickman Looks like they're both inspired by a Heavy Metal magazine cover from 1984 :

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Twitter Web App : And the 1955 singles playlist. I know, but give it a go. Has its bangers. #WhenWasThings…

Twitter Web App : #WhenWasThings Number 51: September 1955: Suddenly, a choice of viewing - if you lived in London. Plus Eamonn Andrews and Arthur Miller, JB Priestley and Jacquetta Hawkes, Catherine Storr and Elvis Presley, Juan Antonio Bardem and Frank Sinatra, Bertolt Brecht and Spotty Dog.