Daily Digest for May 29th

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and opens brilliantly does the Tracey show as well according to @JANUSZCZAK (but no happy ending). Will visit, lived two years in Kent [ldnhal]
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The Erling Neby collection - Henie-Onstad Kunstsenter - http://goo.gl/S6gOU if you happen to be in Oslo #art [ldnhal]
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Neby has been collecting op/abstract art for the last 40 years. He seems to be in the press every time I go back home. [ldnhal]
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Neby recommends Auguste Herbin as one of his favourites and as an "artist’s artist that still hasn’t been recognised by the art market" [ldnhal]
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"Don’t want your bullshit": Wake me up when Lady Gaga makes something that is 1 - one - percent as interesting as a random Kate Bush track. [ldnhal]
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Listened to 2 songs.
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FIFA has an ethical commitee? [ldnhal]
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An "election" with one candidate is normally called a dictatorship; in FIFA it’s business as usual. [ldnhal]
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#nowplaying loads of @thomasdybdahl. See you tomorrow at Xoyo [ldnhal]
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Listened to 5 songs.
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"Freddie are you ready?" http://t.co/rHy4DKy via @youtube 70s Finnish prog rockers Wigwam reminds me a bit of @thomasdybdahl, National Bank [ldnhal]
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and surprisingly (?) both Heart and Wigwam are still going (nothing to do with each other of course) [ldnhal]
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Watching BBC News. Harrowing on Srebrenica and Ratko Mladic and the shame of NATO’s by-standing. [ldnhal]
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Watching BBC News. Harrowing on Srebrenica and Ratko Mladic and the shame of the UN’s by-standing. [ldnhal]
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"Colonel Karremans calls the attack on Srebrenica "an excellently planned military operation" sickening [ldnhal]
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http://www.pbs.org/wnet/cryfromthegrave/ I guess this is what we’re watching on BBC News just now. [ldnhal]