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saydolly:

Aziz Ansari is like the king of callouts.

Okay i just finished Beyond; Two souls . Amazing but I still wanted more ..

old-rock-music:

Happy Birthday Joe Strummer

old-rock-music:

Happy Birthday Joe Strummer

because why not (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧
Zero - Who was your last text from?
One - What/who is your icon?
Two- Your relationship status?
Three - Have you ever lost a close friend?
Four - What is your current mood?
Five - What’s your brother(s)/sister(s)names?
Six - Where do you wish you were right now?
Seven - Have a crazy side?
Eight - Ever had a near death experience?
Nine- Something you do a lot?
Ten - Angry at anyone?
Eleven - What’s stopping you from going for the person you like ?
Twelve - When was the last time you cried?
Thirteen- What are you really good at ?
Fourteen - What do you think about when you are falling asleep?
Fifteen- What were you doing yesterday at 10pm?
Sixteen - Do you prefer light or dark hair on the opposite sex ?
Seventeen - Who was the last person you talked to on the phone?
Eighteen - What is/are your favorite band(s)? .
Nineteen - What are you doing right now?
Twenty - Who do you trust 100% right now?
Twenty one - Where did you get the shirt you are wearing?
Twenty two - Heavy metal music?
Twenty three- Who Was the last person you hugged.
Twenty four- Is there anything you’re hiding from someone?
Twenty five - Who are you thinking of right now?
Twenty six - What should you be doing right now?
Twenty seven - What are you listening to?
Twenty eight - You need new jeans. Quick where do you go?
Twenty nine - Who was the last person who yelled at you?
Thirty - Do you act differently around the person you like?
Thirty one - What is your eye colour?
Thirty two - Who was the last person to make you laugh?
Thirty three - Who was the last person to make you angry?
Thirty four - Hello Kitty or dora?
Thirty five - Is your hair naturally curly or straight?
Thirty six - Hug anyone of opposite sex in past 24 hours?
Thirty seven - One thing you want right now?
Thirty eight - Will you fall in love in the next few months?
Thirty nine - What does the 5th text in your inbox say?
Forty - Are you worried about the future?
Forty one - Are you happy with life right now?
Forty two - Are you currently jealous?
Forty three – Who's your best guy friend?
Forty four -Do you forgive or forget?
Forty five - What do you miss the most about elementary school?
Forty six - Favorite Disney Channel show ?
Forty seven – Who’s 3 of your best girl friends?
Forty Eight - What are you looking forward to?
Forty nine - Does anyone like you right now?
Fifty- Lyrics to the song you’re listening to?
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rydenarmani:

rydenarmani:

yeah guys god damn

this seriously got 5k notes in the past 3 hours
who reblogged this? who brought it back? who did this? why?

rydenarmani:

rydenarmani:

yeah guys god damn

this seriously got 5k notes in the past 3 hours

who reblogged this? who brought it back? who did this? why?

"

I met Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder in Seattle in 1998, outside a club called The Crocodile Café. My band [Sleater-Kinney] was playing that night and Eddie walked up and stood in line behind me and my bandmate. He introduced himself to us and said he felt like he was standing next to Jagger and Richards. It’s a compliment a girl doesn’t hear too often.

It’s not that his comments fed my ego, or were commensurate to my own sense of self, but they were indicative of something that I would later learn is intrinsic to Vedder: he is unafraid to be a fan, and music is an entire universe for him.

Whether he’s bringing the Buzzcocks along on tour to introduce his audience to some English punks who were there at the beginning, or playing a cover of the Clash’s “Know Your Rights,” doing a pretty good job of imitating Joe Strummer’s hoarse and plaintive cry, Vedder is all about sharing. On the tour we did together in 2003, I watched musicians from the likes of Steve Earle to the Dead Boys’ Cheetah Chrome take the stage beside him. Well, actually, in front of him, since he often slips into the background to watch. Even when it’s just his own band on stage, he’ll step aside during a Mike McCready solo, steal glances at the crowd, rock back and forth; sometimes it’s more like he’s part of the audience than the lead singer.

We were all on stage one night, playing Neil Young’s “Rockin’ in the Free World,” which was typically Pearl Jam’s last song of the encore. We got to the break in the song, and I guess the drummers thought the guitarists would keep playing and vice versa, but it turned out that none of us did. We all stopped. For a moment, it was just Eddie. “There are a thousand points of light,” he sang. There was nothing behind him. It was a clumsy and beautiful moment. He turned to us, smiling, as if to say, “What the fuck?” and we came back in on the next beat. I remember thinking later that he could probably do all of this on his own, but I know he’d rather be part of something bigger, and he’d rather have music filling the space around him, so that he can be a performer and a fan at the same time.

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Carrie Brownstein 

The Believer - Music Issue - June 2004 

(Full Eddie Vedder interview)

ghostlyteen:

i always wonder why no one likes me and then i remember i dont even like me

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