The Covered Market lies within the heart of Oxford City Centre. It is an indoor market that has made it's place in Oxfordshire History for showcasing local talent and independant stalls. The video on it's website claims over 50 shops do buisness in their premises. I know it has a lot of shops, but I was gobsmacked when I saw this. I didn't expect there to be over 50 places.
I see it and it makes me happy.
Holding hands, the two young women made their way to the park. Yuzuko couldn’t believe her eyes; not a person in sight. On a glorious day like this, why was it so desserted, Yuzuko asked herself feeling tingling sensations between her legs. She had always been a woman with pride. Her black wavy hair touched her shoulders, her floral dress brought her petite figure to life. Her beige leather handbag looked twice her weight. She lived her life as the ‘It’ girl, the one who had it all. Of all the treasures she had from a priviliged upbringing, Sakura was by her her favourite treasure in the universe.
In 600 words, I want to do my bit for the #blacklivesmatter movement. If you are at a protest with a sign saying how you’re entitled to a haircut and how you want to buy the most expensive dress in the store, consider yourself one of the lucky ones. Have a think, is your haircut worth more than somebody’s life? Sometimes I find it hard to believe these protesters anout Covid. Sometimes I believe they were hired actors to try and drown out the real problems. There are three big pandemics that I know are three big pandemics happening right now; Covid19, Climate Change and Ignorance. Ignorance comes in all colours and will be the greatest destroyer of them all. Because not enough has been done on climate change and Covid, it’s already too late. Businesses gone bust. Poverty is everywhere and figures of authority are using this to abuse their power in ways more obvious than before. These monsters had no shame kneeling on somebody’s neck taking pleasure in their suffering. They give tear gas out like cotton candy whilst insisting that they are all doing the mighty work of God. Ignorance is the reason why so many are dying right now. And it’s not just the virus, it’s hatred.
Lady Gaga has always been an interesting character. Whether she's cosplaying as Kermit the Frog or wearing raw meat, her fashion always finds a way to stand out from the crowd. She reminds me of a lot of the older artists like David Bowie and Madonna, who continually reinvented themselves. I like a lot of Lady Gaga's music because it's unpredictable. Yes, I always expect that there's going to be some cheap electronic beats somewhere, but she always finds a way to surprise me. She's a pop star in her own right, but she's crossover a lot of genres, and even a lot of it is subtle. The more I listen to it, the more influences I can hear from other styles.