Dang I’m Old
Purely because I laughed out loud at the end.
I saw other enjoyable and good music, but those four really had the engaging performances, for me, on screen.
@0898CHEATHCO Nuts. It hardly felt worth mentioning it was good.
My favourite performances of #Glastonbury that I saw were Patti Smith and Charli XCX. Followed by Suede and Kate Tempest.
@dorianfm Ta. I think there's some vim extension or other for it, so might give it a whirl sometime…
'Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell' on telly was very good. First two episodes aren't on iPlayer any more though bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02… Oh well.
@dorianfm What do you like about it? I haven't given it a try yet.
@matthewward I like Lightroom, although, like Photoshop, only ever feel I'm using a tiny, tiny bit of it.
Some fun stuff on @quantick’s #antiquesglastonburyroadshow earlier, collected here: exquisitetweets.com/collection/phi… #Glastonbury #Glastonbury2015
Audience sings happy birthday to Dalai Llama. He cuts a cake, praises energy of the white-haired musicians, delivers lovely speech. V good.
Pretty good surprise: Patti Smith reads out a poem to celebrate the Dalai Llama’s birthday… then he comes out on stage.
@chosenbreed I don’t disapprove, just find it amusing how common it is.
A supercut of Glastonbury acts delivering self-actualization speeches at tens of thousands of passive consumers.
Lots of Glastonbury acts do a “Be who you are! You’re all individuals!” self-help speech. Yawn. But Patti Smith’s was good nonetheless.
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