I wish the Frank Ocean section at the end of “New Slaves” was an entire song
this happened a few days ago, but I got floor tickets to see NIN in Boston in October. prettttyyyy excited.
I mean seriously making me read a ton of Sansa stuff (ok her situation got way more interesting go away) AND making Podrick goddamn Payne a sort of important character is a good way to make me speed read to get to Dance so I can hang out with Tyrion again.
and then Tyrion somehow becomes mostly boring and I want to cry
at least Jamie is still cool
I’ve become really bitter and it’s sad
I think you meant to say “argue with my nuncle on an island”
actually it should totes be “nuncles,” I guess. with or without Asha that entire sequence was one of the most interesting parts of Feast, which probably says a whole lot about how little actually happened in that book. like I still have to refer to awoiaf to even remember what happened in the prologue, and even then I don’t understand the significance of it. and then immediately after I write that sentence, I finally figure out the significance of that stupid fucking key, but I guess I’ll have to wait like six years to figure out what it opens.
goddamn was that book tedious. fucking Dorne and sand snakes and gout and shit
I thought the Game of Thrones finale was ok. the last scene isn’t the scene I would have ended on, it did nothing for me and Dany still isn’t particularly interesting (this may be due to still lingering A Dance with Dragons feelings more than anything else), but the show’s portrayal of the Unsullied is great.
that being said, I suppose there really aren’t any other scenes to end on. you could have ended with what we all thought they were gonna end with, but without significant rewriting we wouldn’t have seen anything from those characters again until like season five at the earliest. it’s also unclear as to how much GRRM actually wants to use those characters in the books themselves, so perhaps they won’t be introduced at all. which would be disappointing, But I Mean Hey.
they also made some great changes w/r/t to Asha, who I will not call Yara, who is one of my favorite characters and it’s cool to see her doing Cool Stuff that she didn’t get to do in the novels. like this storyline is so much better than “argue with my uncle on an island”
all the cool kids are listening to house boat alone on this friday night
(i am the only cool kid)
I’d quite like him to write a couple of songs about being rich and happy. I’m sure they’d be awful, but I think the excersize would do him good.
― I wish to incorporate disco into my small business (chap), Thursday, June 6, 2013 8:20 AM
I suggest he start off with one called ‘I’ve got a hot wife and an Oscar’.
― I wish to incorporate disco into my small business (chap), Thursday, June 6, 2013 8:21 AM
Lying in my bed
Oscar by my head
I look at my beautiful wife
Damn I love my LIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIFE
― they are either militarists (ugh) or kangaroos (?) (DJP), Thursday, June 6, 2013 8:24 AM (10 minutes ago)
WONDERFUL LIFE! WONDERFUL LIFE!
(To the tune of Terrible Lie)
― I wish to incorporate disco into my small business (chap), Thursday, June 6, 2013 8:25 AM (8 minutes ago)
I just want something… I just want something I could always buy
― I wish to incorporate disco into my small business (chap), Thursday, June 6, 2013 8:27 AM (7 minutes ago)
buy rights from geto boys, make song named “damn it feels good to be trent reznor”, $$$
― O_o-O_O-o_O (jjjusten), Thursday, June 6, 2013 8:27 AM (7 minutes ago)” — a discussion from ILX on what path Trent could take in the future. (via nedraggett)
Year Zero might be my favorite NIN album (yes, excluding the dopiness of tracks like “Capital G”), so I very much like the new single.
I’m not even sure if my DM would allow me to have a character named Cypher Raige, much less have it as a character in a movie with a $130 million budget.
If I was your DM I’d encourage you to name your character Cypher Raige
been reading Energy Flash, and I like it quite a bit. Simon Reynolds clearly knows his stuff, and he’s structured the book so that the absurd milieu of British electronic genres and movements makes some sort of sense. however, I have the name problem that many people have with the book. namely, after some place setting in the first few chapters, it basically completely ignores the US scene. which, in a way, is fine, because Reynolds states in the preface that the books is based on his experiences and the stuff he knows, and that he’s going to miss some stuff no matter what. the fact that book is so damn long without touching on the United States would indicate that this was probably a good idea.
basically, this is a long, rambling way of saying that I’m incredibly excited for Michelangelo Matos to finish The Underground is Massive, cause then we’ll sort of have a full look.