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Dragons speak about the history of the world. As to whether these "discursive" tools and means are successful, I think McLuhan has addressed how the effect and affect us-That is, in the end, we come out as beings being determined by the technologies we have created. These new technological gizmos the viral stream, have come to, in the end, today, determine al our being-creating an unchallenged dependency on these created Atlanta United machines and their techniques. Our dependency on these newly emerging and converging technological media environments, has made up dependent on them, thus, our own cognitive and discordant cognitive media zeitgeist(as I already have partially noted above in this discourse). To some people, it is modernization and technological advancement. I think this is where Media ecologist like McLuhan et al., to interject.

Chelsea have increased their revenue by 29% (£73 million) in the last three years from £256 million to £329 million. The growth is split pretty evenly between broadcasting income, which has increased 36% (£38 million) from £105 million to £143 million, thanks to new TV deals in both the Premier League and the Champions League; and commercial income, which has nearly gone up by nearly 50% from £80 million to £117 million.

After the sports bar I was after something a bit more local and authentic as it was definitely more of an American style sports bar. I spoke to a few work colleagues and discovered there were plenty of traditional London pubs showing sports The best by far that I came across was The Three Kings in Kensington. This is another dedicated sports bar in London but its set in a huge pub with dedicated zones depending on what game is on, so you might have a bunch of rugby fans crammed in the front room cheering on their team, and then a load of football fans in another area watching the multiple screens. The atmosphere is electric in here with plenty of singing and has fast become one of my favourite bars in London to watch sport.

Nigerian saxophonist, pianist and vocalist Fela Anikulapo Kuti (4) coined a new style of music (Afro-beat) by combining James Brown's funk music, highlife and jazz. In 1966 he joined the Highlife Jazz Band. In 1968, after visiting the USA and being influenced by the "black power" movement, he also added sociopolitical lyrics. Persecuted by the Nigerian government, he became the voice of the oppressed. At his best, Kuti concocts lengthy improvised jams of bebop saxophone lines, Frank Zappa-esque horn fanfares, call-and-response vocals, and wild polyrhythms led by Tony Allen's spectacular drumming. His recordings include: London Scene (1970), still very derivative of James Brown, Gentleman (1973), one of his most popular albums, Zombie (1977), Teacher Don't Teach Me Nonsense (1987), Overtake Don Overtake Overtake (1990).

Na prawdę dobry Future Bass, chociaż wolałbym mniej "słodki" wokal. Jednak nie mogę się do niego przyczepić, ponieważ pasuje bardzo dobrze. Dołożono do tego ciekawą melodię, miły dla ucha drop, co powoduje, że utwór ten zagrzeje miejsce na mojej playliście.

LOTS of holes in this story. Blaming the blacks for the downfall of Detroit - WOW! It's easy to take bits and pieces of stories and create your own racist history. You do not mention at all FHA red-lining and how it corralled black Americans into defined areas, and did not allow them to move out of the inner city. You did not mention how cutting off funding to those areas and discriminatory policies outside of the inner city area created ghettos. You did not mention how tearing down successful black business communities by Federal highways decimated many black businesses and families -then by the discriminatory red-lined policies they were not allowed to leave. You did absolutely no research on what working conditions were in plants before unions, and how many families - including white families - worked 2 or 3 jobs just to survive, if they did not get sick from asbestos, or crushed in unsafe working conditions.