rereading old 2017 electric century interviews bc i miss mikey way
HOW THE F U C K DID I NOT KNOW ELECTRIC CENTURY WAS RELEASING A NEW ALBUM NEXT MONTH (?????)
electric century is the softer version of 100 gecs
new sleep station song!! not electric century but sleep station is another project david debaik is in and this song is exellent
in a moment of absolute brilliance, i created a playlist today that is simply the combined discographies of electric century and idkhow, and i have been aggressively *vibing* all day
6/31: electric century
another high-quality one and this time I didn’t lose the image
MCR broke up and Mikey immediately decided it was time to become an electro-pop princess and I love that for him
AYE🔈YO🔈ELECTRIC CENTURY🔈WHERE THE ALBUM AT🔈AY🔈AYE🔈YO🔈WHERE IT AT???🔈
Yo, Electric Century was supposed to release stuff in September, right? Did it not get released or did I miss something?
Frank and Gerard
And then mikey comes along
And then ray does too
With cardi b
WAP chemical snippy spider graveyard ft mokey and gee with ukelele and ray being left at a gas station
Bruh what’s up with the majority of mcr stannies rn, like all yall do is complain about having no content but mikey is coming it with an album like pretty soon I think
the emo trinity but its fob, the mcr members’ solo projects, and idkhow
Jeremiah D. Lambert, author of The Power Brokers
“The Power Brokers: The Struggle to Shape and Control the Electric Power Industry,” MIT Press, 2015.
Samuel Insull, the founding architect of the nation’s electric power business, was a supremely ambitious American immigrant. As a young man Insull became Thomas Edison’s protégé. He promoted Edison’s central station electric business, and was present at the creation of General Electric—leaving to plunge into the disorderly and chaotic infant electric utility marketplace of late nineteenth century Chicago.
Insull’s imperative was consolidation and monopoly control, gained by acquiring vulnerable local competitors. “The best service at the lowest possible price,” he said, “can only be obtained … by exclusive control of a given territory being placed in the hands of one undertaking.”
Insull feared rapacious and corrupt municipal politicians, who determined rates and dispensed utility franchises. He wanted instead to deal with a single benign state agency, and called for state regulation of privately owned utility monopolies.
Regulation meant protection from competition and a reliable return on invested capital.
You’d think the userbase of Love Nikki would be a bit more knowledgeable about fashion than the average person but judging by this contest theme none of you know what “Victorian” means
Dystopic fiction was a response to utopic fiction. But you don’t see utopic fiction anymore…
smh i can’t believe some of y'all. we gettin a new electric century album ANY DAY now any you guys aren’t even freaking out about it :(