Cialis Dose, Just the other day, I finished reading Punk Planet fiction editor Leah Ryan's book, For Here Or To Go: Life in the Service Industry, and was blown away. Aside from some factory work, I've pretty much done service industry work my entire life: paper boy, dishwasher, desk clerk, delivery boy, night stock, and baker. There's a certain amount of pride that comes from working service industry jobs, where you know that someone depends on you to get something they want. On the other side of the coin, of course, 40mg Cialis Dose, there's the sense of entitlement that the people on the other side of that countertop, kitchen doors, or entryway feel... the entitlement to treat you like a wage slave. Needless to say, that wears after a while, Cialis Dose.
For Here Or To Go simultaneously celebrates the pride that you can get from "working for a living" while also bringing forth the hard reality that these jobs can suck the life right out of you in a matter of weeks, if not days. Years back, my buddy Robb and I went down to the Java Break after getting off our job delivering sandwiches. The idea was to have some coffee, smoke a couple cigarettes, Cialis Dose coupon, and wind down after a shitty night. While we're there, we run into a few folks we know from the local cheap pizza joint. Cialis Dose, Robb and I pull up chairs with them, and the next thing you know, we're bitching about how our night went. The rest of the early morning hours were whiled away trying to one up one another with delivery stories.
When it was all said and done, it was eight in the morning, we were all beat to shit, and our faces hurt from laughing so much. Walking out to our (admittedly beat-to-hell) cars, there was bit of pride of knowing that we did our jobs well, and could laugh at it. Climbing into the shower a little bit later, Cialis Dose usa, however, I couldn't help but feel a little rueful knowing that I'd still have to do it all again that night.
In the spirit of this celebration of working, I had this idea of posting a lot of blue-collar, working-class music, Cialis Dose. Oi, streetpunk, maybe some rockabilly. Dropkick Murphys, Swingin' Utters, Hudson Falcons, the Cuffs, that sort of thing. Cialis Dose uk, Terminus City's "Work For A Living" immediately came to mind, especially. Seriously, music of this sort is not a problem. Cialis Dose, I've got tons, and it's damn easy to track down online.
Then, I realized that it would be far too easy and cliched as hell to do that. So, I went the other way- songs that both celebrate the working man, but mock oi and streepunk bands. The temptation to add some Men At Work was pretty strong, too, but I managed to hold back, 750mg Cialis Dose. The basic theory in the two songs below is that "working class" folks don't have time to tour. Maybe they play a few shows at the local bar or gig on their weekends off, but your true working individual isn't going to be able to play shows every weekend.
The Queers' "Little Rich Working Class Oi-boy" states it pretty simply - "A job is no big deal." Screeching Weasel's "Tightrope" says the same thing: "I've never heard a member of the working class singing punk rock songs to kids; They're too busy working."
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