“If you’re going to try, go all the way. Otherwise, don’t even start. This could mean losing girlfriends, wives, relatives and maybe even your mind. It could mean not eating for three or four days. It could mean freezing on a park bench. It could mean jail. It could mean derision. It could mean…
“I will remember your small room, the feel of you, the light in the window, your records, your books, our morning coffee, our noons our nights, our bodies spilled together, sleeping, the tiny flowing currents, immediate and forever, your leg my leg, your arm my arm, your smile and the warmth of you who made me laugh again.”
Let me tell you all something right now. Two of these band members are near and dear to my heart. They are two absolutely incredible people, and they try so hard with every single thing they do. Whether it was Capitol Risk or More Like The Moon, to one of my favorite bands of all time (The Great American Soundtrack), these two will just create amazing music.
Please, take the time to give a listen to Two Star Cub, they will make your ears so incredibly happy. These gentlemen (and the other members of the band) deserve to have some lovin’. And when they roll around to your town, please go and support them. Any Philadelphians/New Jersians/etc. who are around this Sunday, May 22nd, please spend the evening at the Trocadero Theatre to catch their first show ever.
Support good music! :)
i love this, good job kiddos. it’s no tgas, but i love it
may 22nd is a NUTSO day for me. i have a lifeguard training for summer from 12-2. then gonna be at the punk rock flea market from whenever i get into the city til 4 ish. then ill be at the barbary for a sold out show so i'll prob just stay in that area. another day tho? <3
of course! i’m completely free saturdays-mondays, so pick a weekend day you’re free and lemme know! (: <3
“Je me demande si les etoiles sont eclairees afin que chacun puisse un jour retrouver la sienne. Regarde ma planète. Elle est juste au dessus de nous…Mais comme elle est loin!”—Le Petit Prince (via ebbandflowoflife)
“There comes a time when you’ve got to make up your mind, when your grit comes out. Every now and then we’ve got to push ourselves to reach down and get some. You don’t never, ever, never, ever give in. If you’re getting the shit beat out of you, you stay there and you fight it just like a man.”—Charlie after last night’s game (via philadelphiaphillies)
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thanks! (: i think i found a program, but i’m still looking!
What are you going to study at college? Mind you, I think it's different from Australia. Do you have to decide what you want to do before you apply or once you get there? I've been watching too much Greek. haha.
I’m going to study marketing and psychology. for the most part, you put down what major you intend to study on your application, because not each program is as easy or hard to get into. So like at a big state school, (and this is just a big generalization but I know it’s true for at least a handful of schools) your best bet is to apply for arts and sciences. It’s usually the largest of the colleges within each school, so it’s easier to get into than say, the pharmacy program. But you can just as well apply as ‘undecided,’ although that in itself is considered a major when they evaluate applicants. So you can do either way, but some ways increase your chance of being offered admission.
within the last few weeks i’ve made two life-altering decisions. one was college. the other is even bigger. i cannot even put into words how genuinely excited about life i am right now, my dreams are really coming true at age 18. je vais vous expliquer plus tard.