4 Responses to “Approaching Stratford Towards Southend 30apr10”

  1. Nothing to do with anything, save that it’s Friday on a Bank Holiday weekend, we’re just going to the pub, and I just stumbled across this boot of Hunter S Thompson live in 1977: http://rapidshare.com/files/381772186/Hunter_S._Thompson___UCO_77.rar

    So there.

    Stefan M— @ friendsound.wordpress.com

  2. Makes me want to go live on the side of a mountain alone

  3. A posthuman wasteland of inhuman monuments: dead ground, blank concrete, billboard advertising and electical utilities.

    I preferred the grime and the industrial decay. Things lived there, People lived there. People worked there, with far better things to do than spray-painting plastic grass the corporate-approved green colour copyrighted by the Development Authority.

  4. Stratford, East London. I live here. It was okay when I moved in a decade ago (not too many people, great shopping, lots of open space), now it’s an over-urbanised hole full of building-sites. And seriously, if anyone – and I mean anyone, anywhere on Planet Earth – knows precisely why that smaller building looks like a giant upside-down sanitary towel, we’d all really like to know, thanks.