Some articles on killing, killing joke, covered:
... In August 2003, her body was accidentally found by members of the public while they were walking on Shelling Hill beach ... Jean McConville was buried beside her husband Arthur in Holy Trinity graveyard, Lisburn, County Antrim ...
... in Kälvesta, Sweden just outside Stockholm, killing all 22 on board ... Guatemala City, Guatemala, due to a maintenance error, killing all 28 people on board ... near Lusaka, Zambia, due to structural failure, killing all 6 on board ...
... Killing Ground is the fifteenth full-length studio album by heavy metal band Saxon released in 2001 (see 2001 in music) ... Killing Ground was also released as a special Digi-pack edition with a bonus disc featuring 8 classics re-recorded tracks which would later appear in Heavy Metal Thunder ...
... the Canadian dark synthpop band named themselves Psyche after the B-Side of Killing Joke's "Wardance" single although the spelling on the single was Pssyche ... and were later joined by Justin Broadrick, setting the foundations of Godflesh, who covered "Requiem" live, with Raven on bass ... Broadrick cited Killing joke as an important influence in his use of melodies in his music ...
... The alleged killing of Zuheir Mohsen, a pro-Syrian member of the PLO in 1979 ... The alleged killing of Atef Bseiso, a top intelligence officer of the PLO in Paris in 1992 ... The killing of Yehia El-Mashad, the head of the Iraq nuclear weapons program, in 1980 ...
Famous quotes containing the words joke, covered and/or killing:
“The most welcome joke to me is the one that takes the place of a heavy, not altogether innocuous thought, at once a cautionary hint of the finger and a flash of the eye.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)
“The little toy dog is covered with dust,
But sturdy and stanch he stands;
And the little toy soldier is red with rust,
And the musket moulds in his hands.
Time was when the little toy dog was new,
And the soldier was passing fair;
And that was the time when our Little Boy Blue
Kissed them and put them there.”
—Eugene Field (18501895)
“The most absurd apology for authority and law is that they serve to diminish crime. Aside from the fact that the State is itself the greatest criminal, breaking every written and natural law, stealing in the form of taxes, killing in the form of war and capital punishment, it has come to an absolute standstill in coping with crime. It has failed utterly to destroy or even minimize the horrible scourge of its own creation.”
—Emma Goldman (18691940)