we were promised jetpacks- way better live, even though the songs do start to blend and sound the same. they were fun though and had a lot of energy.
the twilight sad- terrible, unless you are looking for a scottish POD.
frightened rabbit was incredible. probably one of the best shows i have seen in a while, or maybe ever. they just finished recording a new album this summer and from the songs they played from it last night, i can’t wait to hear it, they were great.
this website was started in athens, and once you log in you rank your favorite artists/songs so that other people can see which songs are viewed by fans as better. it is a bit addicting, and i am not really into that kind of stuff. it could be helpful when i want to know which songs to listen to by certain artists.
“I’ll turn off the tv
It’s killing us we never speak
There’s a radio in the corner and it’s dying to make a scene
So give me soft, soft static
With a human voice underneath
And we can both get old fashioned
Put the brakes on these fast, fast wheels.”—
“Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing if your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is- His good, pleasing, and perfect will.”—Romans 12:1-2
“For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any double-edged sword, it penetrates even to dividing soul and spirit, joints and marrow; it judges the thoughts and attitudes of the heart”—Hebrews 4:12
NEW YORK—Researchers at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine were hardly able to stifle their laughter Tuesday while administering a placebo to 25 patients participating in a single-blind trial of an experimental new emphysema drug. “Did you see Participant No. 425? He was like, ‘I think it’s really working, Doc,’” Dr. Lewis Rodriguez said to a team of snickering pulmonary specialists. “How gullible can you get? I can’t believe those guys think they’re actually getting CDDO-Im.” Although the trial is expected to run for two more months, Rodriguez told reporters that he almost could not wait to analyze the data, compile the results, publish the findings, and see the looks on their stupid faces.
what if it were normal, and not sad or depressing, to know how many years we had to live? for example, if someone had 57 years to live they would know that it was worth it to spend time and money on college to have a career, while someone who only has 25 years would be able to go do everything they wanted to without wasting their life on learning (unless that was their passion) something that will be useless to them because they don’t have a future.