There’s not much sanity on the streets, these days, anymore

There’s not much sanity on the streets, these days

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There’s not much sanity on the streets

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Soul Food
Soul Food
In the early seventies, mister Soul Food (born ‘Seelefutter’, Frankfurt am Main, May 5 th 1955) maintained an intense friendship with Long Island-raised, American popmusician Lou Reed.
As a kind of a tribute to his German-born apprentice, the NYC-man Reed dedicated one line of his famous song Walk on the Wild Side to mister Seelefutter, which means ‘Soul Food’ in English:
‘Looking for Soul Food and a place to eat’. (second line of the forth stanza.)
Since that time, Seelefutter strolls through life as his alter ego ‘Soul Food’. Under this name, the bloke produced some of the most enticing blogposts ever composed, which can all be found on our website.
In recent years, Soul Food received several extremely prominent, international blogawards.
For example: The 2007-edition of the ‘Blog your ass off-award’, probably the most notable honour a blogging creature on the surface of the world can possibly gain.
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