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I Like Giants » Kimya Dawson
When I go for a drive I like to pull off to the side
Of the road and run and jump into the ocean in my clothes
And I'm smaller than a poppyseed inside a great big bowl
And the ocean is a giant that can swallow me whole
So I swim for all salvation and I swim to save my soul
But my soul is just a whisper trapped inside a tornado
So I flip to my back and I float and I sing
I am grounded, I am humbled, I am one with everything
The Chelsea Hotel Oral Sex Song- Jeffrey Lewis
"You may think it’s sad, you may think it’s pathetic
But I sing this song and that she will never know it
But think a minute about what that means
And you’ll realize it’s actually a wonderful thing
That all around the world
There maybe folks singin’ tunes
For the love of others folks they barely knew
And it puts a smile on my face
Yes, it do
And let me tell you, you ought to be smiling too
Cause the next time your feelin’ kinda lonesome and blue
Just think that someone, somewhere, might be singin about you
Who knows if I’ll ever see her again, maybe we’ll see this whole time
She could have been singing about me
Probably not, but it could be”
jsmnvlcrt I’m sorry for your loss
Pharrell had the beat and he wrote almost every single part of the song.
Thicke: “He wrote the whole thing pretty much by himself and I was envious of that.”
Williams backed up Thicke’s limited involvement in the writing, adding that he himself wrote those terrible lyrics, and not Thicke, as widely believed/assumed/hoped.
But no one will call him out on it!
The first thing I thought when I read this was: they’ll ignore this.
This doesn’t get Robin Thicke off the hook though? He supported these lyrics and went along with it. He’s just as much at fault as Pharrell Williams. They’re both rape sympathists.
Yea like he still sang it, they’re both trash. This doesn’t absolve him of anything at all.
he still said it, even if he didn’t say it first
Kudo’s to this brave activist^^
During today’s ‘Flood Wall Street’ protest, he climbed a phone booth and led some anti-capitalist chants.
He gave a small speech about being a member of the IWW and demanded that the working class and organize and take total control over the means of production. Soon after, the NYPD pointed him out to be arrested.
Over 20 officers piled on top of him and brutalized the activist in front of a dozen news camera’s. It was the first official arrest of the day.
His arrest led protesters to chant anti-police slogans and to remove the barricades that surrounded us.
(A video of the arrest will be posted shortly).
you can donate to the bail fund for people arrested as part of #floodwallst here.
also a note on top of all this; the person in these arrest photos uses them/they/their pronouns if you’re posting/circulating stuff!
I got a couple job offers just through friends on Facebook
I have the best friends
Freak outs are coming in waves but I’m weridly not tottaly losing my shit which I think is kinda fair cause 42hours ago I didn’t know I would be moving across the country.
Still looking for a room to rent but I’m not really fretting that I might just put my small amount of possessions in storage for a month or two and just stay with friends/family till I find a place where I could spend a couple months (possible year) till I can move into the co-op
Everything’s turning up millhouse
Emma Sulkowicz is on the cover of this month’s New York Magazine and that is the coolest thing wow
In New York City, 123 people have been killed by law enforcement officials since Sean Bell was slain in 2006.
These are just some of the lives that were stopped short due to police encounters. Look at their faces. Read their stories. Know their names. This is just the tip of the iceberg that is police brutality. Even though their lives were taken from us, do not allow them to be forgotten.