Music:Get a bad reaction cos I'm running on ice, where did my life
I'm reading Jack Kerouac's "On The Road" ,written in the early fifties and first published 1955. Towards the end of Part Two, Chapter Two, the characters are heading towards New York in the dead of winter, driving a car without a heater, and the following piece just stopped me cold - "Dean had a sweater wrapped around his ears to keep warm. He said we were a band of Arabs coming in to blow up New York." Utterly freaky.