If Americans vote for Republicans in the next election It’ll be like:
- George Bush comes into your bedroom and smears shit all over the walls.
- So you invite Obama round to clean it up.
- he doesn’t clean it very well.
- so you invite Bush’s friend round to smear MORE shit on the walls.
If I’ve been following US politics correctly, it’s more like “he doesn’t clean it very well because Bush’s friends won’t let him use a mop”
Blurry. I was in far too many organizations with far too many classes - I spent two of my four years taking a class during my lunch period instead of having lunch. It was a busy time.
It always is - thank you! <3
It’s my pleasure - I hope your situation improves soon <3
(I wish I knew who you were!)
(On Orson Welles’ entrance into the hierarchical film industry, by Norman Gambill: Orson was only a pawn, but he played like a knight. No one knew which direction he would jump. So he made himself unpopular.)
“An artist has a right to say what he wants to say, and in the way he wants to say it. I come here not as a producer, a director, or an actor - I come here as an artist.” -Orson Welles.
In order to succeed aesthetically, an artist of any medium must travel his own paths of the future. No one can direct him, or hold his hand.- Norman Gambill
It’s sort of a shame, because most of them haven’t been played in nearly a year and aren’t what I’m listening to now, but here you go nonetheless!
1. The First Day of My Life- Bright Eyes
2. Sea of Love - Cat Power
3. I Will Follow You Into the Dark - Death Cab for Cutie
4. The Way We Get By - Spoon
5. (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons - Ella Fitzgerald
6. Cigarettes and Chocolate Milk- Rufus Wainwright
7. Hallelujah- Jeff Buckley
8. Here Comes the Sun- The Beatles
9. Because - The Beatles
10. Gotta Have You - The Weepies
(And because I’ve listened to this one a lot lately and it’s number 11)
11. Breakfast With My Shadow - Cloud Cult