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Grandaddy – Nature Anthem

18 July, 2012

I have spent a large part of the evening swearing at my phone. And then swearing at the internet.

I spend much of my working life swearing at the software package i use, and swearing at the printer.

Technology, although it widens and improves my life, infuriates me.

Nature does not need technology to run. A mountain view does not crash forcing you to switch it off and on again. Sunsets do not hassle you to download the latest upgrade. Summer breezes will not stop working and be out of warranty if you fail to pay a licence. A field of sunflowers will never suddenly freeze and become a blue screen.

Here’s Grandaddy:

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