Trying to get a jump on new years resolutions by getting my life together a few days ahead of time. Cleaning up my workspace, exercising, trying to streamline my creativity, today’s been pretty productive.
My own identification with my Jewishness had very little to do with religion...– Art Spiegelman, Metamaus
I decided to upgrade my seat on the flight back to A2 to the front row so I have more legroom and can get off the plane first. Because I’m worth it, dammit.
I know it’s touristy as shit, but after being a Bostonian away from New England for a long time, going to Harvard Square feels a bit like being reborn. Fahking Sox, khed.
I’m searching for donuts, I’m searching for donuts…– James Hetfeld #actualmetallicaquotes
THIS THE TONGUE THAT SPEAKS ON THE INSIDE– James Hetfeild #actualmetallicaquotes
Metallica: Some Kind of Monster is on VH1 classic. Too goddamned perfect for words.
Our band could be your life Real names be proof Me and Mike Watt played for...– RIP D. Boon. These lyrics still give me chills. Best song ever? Perhaps. (via newspeedwayboogie) I love how earnest the Minutemen were. I also adore how devoted they were to BÖC. This makes two references to members of BÖC in their songs.
A wooden chest full of ornaments Little trinkets, broken toys We took them to the woods To bury them I was 11, you were 10 We were so much closer then Do you remember? And then, at 16 We were living fast and burning clean Getting high by convenience stores Vahalla behind these garage doors We kept that summer never farther than our pockets And I wish I could recall What I said to you when you...
Back in Boston, my brothers and sisters. Call me while I’m home.
Even nightmares have to sleep now and then.– Kelly Link, “The Faery Handbag.” Such a wonderful writer.
Ima Blow Your Mind For One Second
Quirky, introspectie indie folk = this years emo. More than that, it’s almost a direct evolution. Seriously, we can go all the way back to Rights of Spring and Embrace and shit if we want, but that’s a bit before the current generations’ time (the people who were influenced by those bands were probably late 20s, early 30s before we started listening to music). Those bands...