April 18th, 2013

Enjoying The Lone Bellows this morning. Tremendous. One of the guys has a vocal delivery that reminds me a bit of Ben Harper.

April 8th, 2013
apoplecticskeptic:

skepticalavenger:

Strange isn’t the word I’d use.   AWESOME is the word I’d use.

Whoa.

apoplecticskeptic:

skepticalavenger:

Strange isn’t the word I’d use.   AWESOME is the word I’d use.

Whoa.

January 17th, 2013
January 16th, 2013
For real, yo.
cracked:

Totes.

For real, yo.

cracked:

Totes.

(Source: pwnagearcade, via patentofnobility-deactivated201)

frafnprfreshair:


Dustin Hoffman tells Fresh Air’s Terry Gross about getting visibly teary when his friend Robert De Niro presented him with the Kennedy Center Honor in December:






What hit me — and it hit me very hard — … [was] De Niro is announced, he comes out on the stage and he starts talking about me and I realized, ‘Oh, I guess I’m first up,’ and … I’ve known him for years and we’re very good friends. I think we’ve always felt there’s like a brotherhood between us … but, you know, actors don’t talk to each other about acting … but suddenly, in this speech he gave, what he said about me he had never said and it just got me, his feelings toward me as an actor and I called him the next day … and I told him over the phone how deeply it hit me and he said to me mid-conversation, ‘Dustin, stop, he says, you’re making me cry,’ and even talking about it now, that was the highest moment for me, with all due respect to the President and the First Lady.”

frafnprfreshair:

Dustin Hoffman tells Fresh Air’s Terry Gross about getting visibly teary when his friend Robert De Niro presented him with the Kennedy Center Honor in December:

What hit me — and it hit me very hard — … [was] De Niro is announced, he comes out on the stage and he starts talking about me and I realized, ‘Oh, I guess I’m first up,’ and … I’ve known him for years and we’re very good friends. I think we’ve always felt there’s like a brotherhood between us … but, you know, actors don’t talk to each other about acting … but suddenly, in this speech he gave, what he said about me he had never said and it just got me, his feelings toward me as an actor and I called him the next day … and I told him over the phone how deeply it hit me and he said to me mid-conversation, ‘Dustin, stop, he says, you’re making me cry,’ and even talking about it now, that was the highest moment for me, with all due respect to the President and the First Lady.”

(via apoplecticskeptic)

January 10th, 2013

Lil Buck jookin to Yo Yo Ma. It’s like anti-gravity popping ballet.

Check 1:10 and Lil Buck’s move to pointe.

The song is The Swan by Camille Saint-Saëns.

(Source: youtube.com)

December 11th, 2012

"In the classic version of the game, collaboration is dominated by betrayal; if the other prisoner chooses to stay silent, then betraying them gives a better reward (no sentence instead of 1 month), and if the other prisoner chooses to betray then betraying them also gives a better reward (3 months instead of 1 year). Because betrayal always rewards more than cooperation, all purely rational self-interested prisoners would betray the other, and so the only possible outcome for two purely rational prisoners is for them both to betray each other."

October 19th, 2012

This was originally a duet. His singing partner passed before the performance.

June 18th, 2012

Better Man

Where is the better man that I was meant to be? Jesus is the better man; Jesus lives in me.