Polite Raps 2: Even Politer Raps


Shoutout to my girl Caity, this one's for you, girl. Ayeeeeee! That's the way it goes when you party just like I do. B****es on my d*** that used to brush me off in high school But I understand, cuz I was a little weird back then and now you like me because you see how... Continue Reading →

Polite Raps


If you're having girl problems I feel bad for you son. But seriously if you ever need me I'm always here, and I truly care about you as a friend. You deserve a wonderful woman. So what you wanna do? Shit, I got a pocket full of rubbers and my homeboys do too. We'd like to... Continue Reading →

This Time I am Reviewing a Music Video


Let me preface this by saying that 1. I like T-Swift and 2. What the heck happened in this music video? Follow along with the video! It'll be like a PBS show, or one of those sing-along videos with Mickey's head bouncing on top of the words! 0:08: Ok, good, I like your lipstick, how... Continue Reading →

Jules Makes Me Stupid


You know those people who turn you into a school girl with a crush? And make you giggle and sigh and stuff? And then, apparently, make you blog about them like an idiot? Julian Casablancas gives me that. And it's kind of a problem. I know, I know, I've written like 7 (more like 2...)... Continue Reading →

Rock on (Part 2)


Last week, I wrote about concerts I've been to. I'm focusing on things I've done rather than what I wish I could. So here's the second half of that list. Enjoy :) 5. Meiko/Keaton Simons A friend of mine invited me to the concert because he was in love with Meiko, and she was opening... Continue Reading →

Rock On. And Stuff… (Part 1)


I think that I, as well as 99% of humanity, tend to focus on what I don't have. And recently, someone told me that we have to start thinking about all the things we've seen, places we've been, etc instead of being upset by what we haven't. I have, therefore, decided to compile a list... Continue Reading →

Those Imperfections


I like listening to records. My generation, for the most part, has missed out on this simple pleasure. There's just something so amazing about putting the record on the player, moving the needle over it, flipping the switch...hearing the imperfections of those old records. After a while, you memorize the exact placement of each scratch,... Continue Reading →

George Saved Me


I don't remember the exact moment I first heard George Harrison's voice, because I probably didn't think anything of it. After all, I was too young to remember the first time I heard The Beatles blasting through the speakers in our living room. At that point in my life, I couldn't possibly have known what... Continue Reading →

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