This is a really neat site. It lets you scroll around a 3D globe and tune into live radio from just about anywhere using the dark, mystical magic of the internet.
No defiance is quite as funny as one that doesn't break any rules at all.
This interesting clip fowards the cool theory that this lamenting song "Alabama" was written after the cadence of a Martin Luther King speech delivered after the murder of four girls in Birmingham, AL in 1963. From a radio doc called "Tell Me How Long Trane's Been Gone."
Tim Minchin is a wonderful, intelligent and heartfelt man. And a killer musician, which is really why any of us have stopped on this post, right?
Finally, we have an answer.
He's been busy since the end of Pink Floyd.
"Mechanical things are just... brilliant," says Nick, gently tapping on a Ferrari that falls closely to hand. "You can fettle and tune and take them apart - but in my case I usually have to get someone else to put them back together again. Then the little adjustments you make turn into tangible things like faster laps and higher top speeds. I'm very grateful to have a passion for cars."
Recent studies have indicated that three servings of Jack Hostrawser per day may help to prevent sudden comas.