Author: - The Reykjavik Grapevine

The End Has No End

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One by one, ticking time bombs won It’s not the secrets of the government That’s keeping you dumb Oh, it’s…

Christ as a ‘Party Pervert’

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Our government was brought down by old perverts last week. It has been a glorious spectacle to watch. It sounds…

Last Words: Printed Cocaine for the Rich

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More cocaine, please, and fewer books. That’s how we like it. Yes, let the good times roll. Decadence is hip…

Endangered Language

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They’re saying you’re killing our language. What do you think about that? You and the smartphones. You don’t understand us,…

The Poet of Capital’s Artistic Mastery

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Am I just a version of the end of days? Am I just an effect of a modern phase? Am…

You Don’t Deserve Anything

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Life’s hard. Really hard. And here’s a fact. In nature there’s no such thing as deserving or not deserving something….

The Search for Fireflies is Over

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Everything is faster than it used to be, more efficient, more convenient, digitized. This is obvious. The pizza, the love,…

Torture Works

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History speaks from the lips of President Trump. It is the crude and truthful voice of human mayhem and we…

Last Words: Die Before You Die

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Death is everywhere on New Year’s Eve. This is the time we choose to purify ourselves. The death of time,…

The Ghost Of Sigmundur Davíð

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It’s the age of the crowd. Events, leaders, history. Nothing escapes it. Everything is instantly consumed by the ever-expanding crowd….