A Song Plays in a Store, However it’s the End of the World
I’m not sure what’s intriguing me to find these random videos with sort-of odd titles, but they’re related to the topic at hand, so does it matter all that much? Then again, the video is interesting and worth a viewing, so I suppose it’s worth highlighting nonetheless. Still, it is an unusual recurring theme for me to find these random videos on YouTube to write about them on a website.
I think I’m looking too deeply into the matter, but above is an interesting video that features a snippet of The Caretakers Everywhere at the End of Time with a wide range of empty stores as a visual medium. Given that I’ve discussed Everywhere at the End of Time numerous times on this site, it’s only fitting that I do it again before the holidays. The holiday week can’t be too cheery, right? Who knows.
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