totally thought that @johncmayer was going to be in london. then realized it was in ONTARIO. will cry in muqaddimah readings now.
just barely made it through the day. it wasn’t work that tired me; it was walking though the mall on black friday that did it.
chinese biddies bickering, lovely food, movies… and i’m going to bed at 10 so i can wake up at 3 for black friday. yay!
beach ball of hell, we meet again. why are you spinning for so long after a software update?
saw a dead body on 141 NB. i think it was a hit and run.
indifference is a friend of loneliness.
#mayeronfuse guess he won’t be doing “covered in rain.” i prob should’ve said that i would cartwheel with flaming batons!
fuse tv - john mayer at the beacon live
#mayeronfuse if he does “covered in rain” for encore, i will attempt to cartwheel all over OU campus tomorrow.
today has been a good day. will continue geeking out over @johncmayer. don’t bother to contact me until tomorrow.
rejoice loners! battle studies is filled with love songs about you! …i’ve got to stop tweeting so much.
bridget, cancel all my appointments. i’m listening to @johncmayer’s new album!
good lord. it’s. so. good. the 30 sec previews i heard didn’t do it justice. @johncmayer
finally home! bed, it’s so great to see you!
“need you now” by lady antebellum on loop. cannot stop listening to it!
So you haven’t been working out. You’ve left that paper to the last minute. And your credit card bill is past due. Those things are probably going to screw you over in the end, but setting those side, do yourself a favor (honestly, with the neglect you’ve done to yourself, you deserve a treat) and watch the film, Pirate Radio.
Pirate Radio is director Richard Curtis’ love letter to rock and roll. If you ever listened to a piece of music and be completely and utterly shaken to your core, to the point where you pull a John Cusack and stand outside in a trench coat and a boom box, blasting that song, then you would know exactly why Curtis wrote the movie and why I loved it. The film moved quickly, despite running for 116 minutes, and it was shot beautifully, like a record album cover. The ensemble cast consisting of Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Bill Nighy, Rhys Ifans, Emma Thompson, Kenneth Branagh, and more created an amazing atmosphere where a group of rogue DJs played rock and roll music on a boat (refrain yourself from screaming “I’m on a Boat,” please) despite the English government’s plans to shut their “sewer of dirty commercialism and no morals” down. Their rebellion is refreshing and their loyalty is inspirational. These DJs are wild and, even though the government claims that they lack integrity, it is in every fiber of their being and it’s mixed with a little electric guitar and some drums.
I guess what I’m trying to say is that the movie reminded me that it’s okay to stand out against the woodwork. When did we get to this point where we’re another cog in the machine? Are we so afraid to stick our toe in new territory that we’re willing to deprive ourselves of getting burned and possibly succeeding at it in a fantastic way? Rebellion, when done right (put out the burning flag, you pyromaniac), is healthy. Rebellion with an awesome soundtrack is optimal.
Now take your vessel of ennui to the AMC at Phipps and watch the movie. I say the AMC at Phipps because they have student priced tickets on Thursdays. Now you really don’t have an excuse to not watch it. If you’re in a really rebellious mood, the AMC has just reinstated their rule of no outside food or drink in the theater, so you should totally stick it to the man by smuggling in a Coke and some Red Vines.
pirate radio: best. movie. ever. (sorry almost famous).
the you theme for the htc phone ads is pretty effective. i almost want one.
testing keynote rehearse presentation with hd tv. presenter stuff is showing up on tv. why?
nvm. as usual, i over-thought it.
work work work pensive moment: “wow, i’m really going to go to Oxford University!” work work work work
there was a purple incase bag that i totally lusted after for the 5 minutes that i saw it at work. can’t find it online! @goincase
i feel that singapore would be a really nice place to visit.
some things are really difficult for me to understand.
NO!! @johncmayer will be in ATL on 03/17, when I’m at Oxford! SON OF A STRAWBERRY JAM BISCUIT!
oh my god. FOCUS!
macaroons are the cute japanese anime creatures of the cookie world.
work work work work work online shopping work work work work work
npr is awesome.
dream mullick jewelry purchase. animal rights article for ethics. kiehls facial. mad men. a nice end to a weird sunday.
i always feel heartbroken when i realize i’m a new yorker living in atlanta.