Anonymous asked: Do you still like Weezer as much as you used to? Seems like you were really into them - they must still be your favourite band, right?
Lordy no. I still listen to every new album, but they’re rather awful now.
Nobody hates Weezer as much as a person who used to love Weezer.
-Signed, a guy who LOVED Weezer.
Don’t give up!! I saw them twice in 2010 during the Memories Tour and last year in Natick, MA. They are still an amazingly tight, powerful rock group who are top notch live. The last few albums were experiments by Rivers (some flopped/some were very different in a good way) and even if they disconnected from certain fans, I believe that they still have it in them to bring those fans back!
I believe this next album will be very good. Maybe because they’re still MY favorite band…or maybe because I feel like they’re one of the best live bands still touring. Once they finish this new album, things will be back on track.
4:26 pm • 18 April 2014 • 8 notes
I just talked to someone about working at the gift shop at Cheers. I could work at Cheers. Life goal almost achieved.
6:24 pm • 13 April 2014
Last night, my friend Dre wore this Undertaker shirt I gave him years ago. Was it bad luck that he wore it?
4:08 pm • 7 April 2014 • 1 note
At the age of 12, I watched Late Night and I never thought I’d ever get to meet Conan. When he came to Boston in 2010, I had a chance shake hands with both Conan and Andy and talk to them. They both signed my “In The Year 2000” book. I consider that a very important day in my life because of what was going on around that time. Some stuff in my life wasn’t going so well and when I got to have a truly awesome day, I felt happy for many months to come. So at least now I know when not so good stuff happens, someday something really awesome will happen and life will be better for a while.
2:54 pm • 27 March 2014 • 2 notes
BEYONCE IS NOT A FEMINIST ICON
B E Y O N C E = NOT FEMINIST ICON
beyonce isn’t a FUCKING FEMINIST ICON BECAUSE SHE WROTE A SONG ABOUT GRINDING ON JAYZS DICK
This just in: consensual sex with your husband destroys your status as a feminist
CM Punk is Not Impressed
1:35 am • 21 March 2014 • 68,806 notes
Nothing better than seeing Weezer in the studio recording more music.
4:16 pm • 19 March 2014 • 154 notes
I like to thank WWE for letting me know the outcome of the last match via their app when I was going to wait until tomorrow to watch it ON THE NETWORK THAT I’M PAYING THEM FOR.
12:19 am • 24 February 2014 • 1 note
Anonymous asked: You're killing me, Smalls. Or excuse me. You're killing, Smalls?
You’re just repeating the only phrase said to me time and time again.
2:03 am • 22 February 2014
Mike & Alex Podcast: Live from Norwood, MA
Hey everyone! I started a podcast with an old friend of mine! It’s mostly just a way for our spirited debates and interactions to be recorded and put online, but if you enjoy it, then that’s great too! I just wanted to be able to talk about things I like and also learn about things I don’t understand. I hope you like it!
1:59 am • 22 February 2014 • 2 notes
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 3, 2013
On Friday, December 6th at 6pm in the evening, nine Binghamton University cinema majors will be staging an intervention on the First Friday Art Walk known as Fatalistic Encounters… Combining projections, web-based art, and multi-channel installations, Fatalistic Encounters will be a unique opportunity to engage with contemporary explorations in cinema outside the usual context of theater or screening room.
Each individual exhibition will be staged within existing architecture and will take on location-specific qualities. Pat Schechter’s 50 Front uncannily explores a derelict nursing home while Esther Lenderman’s colorful tribute to her college experience will be framed in a storefront window. Also at 37 Court St, Mr. Schechter will present a second piece, entitled NOWS. Robyn Bynoe’s ongoing fascination with the decadence of Binghamton’s architecture will culminate in a final exploration of the city that transcends time and space. Michelle Polacinski’s work will explore the idea of time within subconscious thought through animation. Doug Weisman will compose a reel of recent work exploring Binghamton’s surroundings and its inhabitants. Francis Giustiniani’s piece is a reflection of the degradation of film and memory, the silent yet persistent struggle of life’s passing, burning slowly but confidently into another realm. Angelica Rodriguez’s Polluted Conceptions is an confronts some of the taboos we face in society. Understanding the Soul, by Joshua Chorman, investigates the relationship between the soul and our physical reality. A temporary link to Understanding the Soul will be provided. In the corner of the Art Mission and Theater lobby, Garrick Givens will present something that has been shrouded in secrecy. You will just have to attend the event to find out!
Hey, if you live in the Binghamton, NY area, check out my friend Michelle’s work!
8:59 pm • 9 December 2013 • 5 notes
I wanted to post some of my Grand Theft Auto self portraits! so, here you go! Send me a message if you want my PSN!
7:18 pm • 4 December 2013