In a nutshell
You get a bad rap.
It’s hard to find people who are into and supportive of all things electronic. But the truth is that people tend to get in to hating your music because they associate it with everything bad. I know a lot of people who are so used to people hating on their music the way we were being hated on that they think that they should like our music too. But the truth is when someone tells you that you’re not good enough, there’s always someone better to listen to.
That’s the reality of it. But that didn’t stop me from continuing to do what I love – putting out quality music. Whether its the best music or the most important music, that’s up to you. I want to hear from you. Let me know your thoughts.
A man has been arrested after he allegedly stabbed a woman in an altercation on a train in Melbourne’s west.
Police said a 21-year-old woman and her brother had boarded the Northern Line at Flinders Street station around 6.45pm on Monday when the pair got into an altercation.
The woman told police she had received a text message from her brother saying she was with someone he did not know in the station, according to an AFP statement.
The woman told police her brother then turned up at an adjacent Melbourne train station where he found the 21-year-old stabbed in the foot.
The accused, aged in his 40s, was allegedly trying to force his way past the police when he was caught.
He was transported to the Melbourne central station before being taken to the Melbourne Women’s Hospital with serious knife wounds to his neck and upper body.
The victim was taken to Royal Adelaide Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
This is the second of four parts of a four-part series on the evolution of US energy policy. The first part can be found here: Evolution of Energy Policy. Part one: America’s energy policy in the Obama era.
The past four years marked a seismic shift in US national energy policy. Under President Obama, energy policy was a priority.
Obama made clean energy a cornerstone of his policy agenda, and he established a national public-private partnership that included a $5 billion investment in clean energy by 2018. But as the years passed and Obama left office, his administration was not able to fulfill its promises to move the United States towards energy independence.