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The Day No One Needed To Know
This song is still one of the most beautiful things I’ve seen live. tpatson: Sing for love. Sing for laughter. Sing for everyone here and after. Sing for fear. Sing for hatred. Sing for everyone less than sacred. Sing for life. Sing for choices. Sing for everyone without voices.
Just threw “Radical” on my phone. Let’s see what’s up with it.
That Zombie playlist was fairly on point.
Welcome to My Imaginarium: On Repeat. →
Yes, I believe Brendan Brown is most well spoken person from all of my favorite bands. brendanbrown: Lately I’ve had the same thought repeating in my head, like Bart writing on a chalkboard in the opening credits of the Simpsons. “I won’t be different, improved or happy once things change. On the contrary, the truth is; once I am ready to improve myself, act and think differently and...
Welcome to My Imaginarium: Peter Thiel: We’re in a... →
Phenomenal Article. Everyone read this. brendanbrown: Thanks to Sara from Tech Crunch for this article and to Peter Thiel for saying all of this goodness! Fair warning: This article will piss off a lot of you. I can say that with confidence because it’s about Peter Thiel. And Thiel – the PayPal co-founder, hedge fund manager and venture…
And I'm Left With Memories.
(this is old. But I forgot to post it.) It’s funny how little things that you do can slowly come back to haunt you. Maybe haunt isn’t the right word though. Maybe it’s just a callous that opens over time. Maybe it’s like putting a candle out with your fingertips… I remember waking up early, and you were still asleep next to me. I slowly rose and lowered the...
I get the feeling that if I end up joining a band and doing the vocal/lyric writing, most of it will stem from not having a steady, consistent, and open relationship with my father. I have so much I have never expressed to him, because of the way I see him now. My dad has a tired look painted on his face, always. His brows rest heavy, and you can’t see much in his eyes except his dark brown...
What is it you want? What do you want? You-you want the moon? Just say the word...– George Bailey (via brianallan87) This will always be a classic, and I will always be attached to this line.