havingchanged:

I love this


If you’re 33, broke, dumb and have social anxiety issues, here’s a great substitute for actual college(!)

If you’re 33, broke, dumb and have social anxiety issues, here’s a great substitute for actual college(!)


ampijpers:

I made this for my friend Dave because he is cool. I don’t think I’ve ever had so much fun making a birthday card for anyone. I’m glad he was born because I got to see a bunch of great bands this past weekend at Dave Strait Fest. Thanks to all of his friends who put it together. I feel bad if you missed it. Dave plays in the Slow Death and Pretty Boy Thorson. Check it, then get wrecked. Or go watch the Muppet Movie like I did last night.

Not to show off or anything, but I got the COOLEST birthday card. Eh, I’m showing off. In your face everybody.

ampijpers:

I made this for my friend Dave because he is cool. I don’t think I’ve ever had so much fun making a birthday card for anyone. I’m glad he was born because I got to see a bunch of great bands this past weekend at Dave Strait Fest. Thanks to all of his friends who put it together. I feel bad if you missed it. Dave plays in the Slow Death and Pretty Boy Thorson. Check it, then get wrecked. Or go watch the Muppet Movie like I did last night.

Not to show off or anything, but I got the COOLEST birthday card. Eh, I’m showing off. In your face everybody.



eagerbeaverrecords:

BIG EYES - Back From The Moon

I didn’t know this existed until 3 minutes ago. It is rad. I am going to watch it again right now. HOLY CRAP!


paulftompkins:

One of my all-time favorites— FAVOURITES, even— brought to glorious visual life. - Paul

adultswimdotcom:

How British am I?

I don’t know why adultswim is posting (making?) video versions of Superego audio podcast sketches, but this is one of my favorite things those fellows have done.


badgrammer:

FIRST OFFICIAL BADGRAMMER TUMBLR POST! #tbt When I lived in Minneapolis I worked above an art center for the mentally handicapped/disabled/challenged in the Warehouse District. One day there was an art sale and I found my most favorite piece of artwork to date. It sold for $200 before I could even think about buying it. 😭 2008

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kylekinane:

I’ve watched this more than any other gif. STREET JUSTICE

kylekinane:

I’ve watched this more than any other gif. STREET JUSTICE


Remembering Junk Through Ticket Stubs

SHOW: Pavement at First Avenue


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DATE: 06/08/1999

AGE: 18 years 8 months 21 days

MOST RECENT EPISODE OF THE SIMPSONS: “Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo” (S09 E23)

   This show is actually kind of hard to remember, mostly because Minneapolis was the first stop on Pavement’s tour to promote “Terror Twilight”, and they played most of the record, which I hadn’t heard any of.  I think I’d only ever heard “Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain” and a handful of other songs. “Summer Babe” is the only song of the whole set I’d ever heard, so that is about as much of a review I can give of the show.

   This show was kind of smack dab in the middle of a very transitional part of my life. I was living with my folks back up in Cambridge, having moved back from a failed attempt to move to Berkeley/San Francisco (to, you know, be a real punk) and somehow ending up in Flagstaff, Arizona for 3 months. I had just finished the winter/spring semester of community college and was planning on transferring to the U of M in the fall. I was back working at the grocery store I’d worked at in high school and living the lazy life of part-time student/part-time job, living at home, trying to show my parents I wasn’t the fuck-up I had recently demonstrated that I definitely was. “Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain” was one of the few tapes Ben and I had to listen to on the long drive back to Minnesota from Arizona and whenever I hear any song off of it, it always conjures up the view from the front seat of our shitty van. I remember there always being a Minnesota Twins cup from the Metrodome, full of change in one of the cup holders which we would sometimes buy the smallest amounts of gas with when we were broke in Flagstaff. Sometimes we’d put in, in nickels and dimes, under a dollar worth of gas (at that time gas was usually under a dollar per gallon) and upon leaving the gas station near our apartment, turn off the engine, put the van in neutral and roll down the hill and try to make it into our parking spot solely on momentum, you know, to save money.  Anyways, back to the transitions. Within 3 months of this show, I’d be living by myself in Minneapolis for the first time, and going to college, a year later than everyone else. Fortunately, my best friend Mike was a year behind me in school and would be attending Augsburg, right across the Mississippi River. Right on time. We’d start a band with a new friend we’d met in “the scene”, and that person would take us to our first Dillinger Four show.  At 18, I probably went to about half pop-punk, and half alternative/indie-rock shows, most of them at the First Avenue Main Room. Things were going to be different now.  Within a few months, I got a job at a record store, started skipping classes for work and eventually just stopped going to school all together. Mike would, too. We’d start going to less Main Room shows, and more 7th St. Entry shows and house shows; there’d be less indie rock shows, and more punk shows. That band we’d started would never play a show. It didn’t matter, there would  be more bands. We knew where things were headed and were starting to gain a confidence in what we were doing with our lives that we couldn’t get growing up in Cambridge. Once high school had started it became clear that we were supposed to live in a big city, we knew we were just biding our time.  It turns out we’re from Minneapolis.

THE SET-LIST (according to “the internet”):

        Here
        Cream of Gold
        You Are a Light
        The Hexx
        Billie
        Major Leagues
        Kennel District
        Platform Blues
        Ann Don’t Cry
        Frontwards
        Stereo
        Spit on a Stranger
       
Encore:
        Summer Babe
        Folk Jam
        Box Elder
        Sinister Purpose (Creedence Clearwater Revival cover)


putthison:

I’m really excited and proud to share with you my latest project: The Atlantic Ocean Comedy & Music Festival. This September, I’ll be setting off from the port of Miami with some of my favorite entertainers and a few hundred of our closest friends and associates. We’ll have two nights of comedy, one of music, and four days of fun in the sun. Also: shuffleboard.
Our performers list is absolutely amazing.
On the comedy side, we’ll have Al Madrigal and John Hodgman from The Daily Show, Marc Maron from WTF, Kurt & Kristen (that’s Kurt Braunohler and Kristen Schaal), Maria Bamford, and Eugene Mirman. Plus a couple of comics I think are amazing who you should know about: Jasper Redd, Hari Kondobalu, Josie Long and Nick Thune. Every one of these people is among the best in the business.
The music side might be even better. We’ve got John Darnielle of The Mountain Goats. We’ve got the charming and beautiful Nellie McKay. We’ve got John Roderick of the Long Winters. And the party will be set off right by the amazing, amazing Dan Deacon. This will be unbelievable.
Besides all that, this is a classy cruise ship, not some Carnival monstrosity. Bring your good clothes. And your valet, if you’ve got one.
You can book your berth now - and your hotel room for the pre-party in Miami. It’s all online at the awesome website boatparty.biz.

putthison:

I’m really excited and proud to share with you my latest project: The Atlantic Ocean Comedy & Music Festival. This September, I’ll be setting off from the port of Miami with some of my favorite entertainers and a few hundred of our closest friends and associates. We’ll have two nights of comedy, one of music, and four days of fun in the sun. Also: shuffleboard.

Our performers list is absolutely amazing.

On the comedy side, we’ll have Al Madrigal and John Hodgman from The Daily Show, Marc Maron from WTF, Kurt & Kristen (that’s Kurt Braunohler and Kristen Schaal), Maria Bamford, and Eugene Mirman. Plus a couple of comics I think are amazing who you should know about: Jasper Redd, Hari Kondobalu, Josie Long and Nick Thune. Every one of these people is among the best in the business.

The music side might be even better. We’ve got John Darnielle of The Mountain Goats. We’ve got the charming and beautiful Nellie McKay. We’ve got John Roderick of the Long Winters. And the party will be set off right by the amazing, amazing Dan Deacon. This will be unbelievable.

Besides all that, this is a classy cruise ship, not some Carnival monstrosity. Bring your good clothes. And your valet, if you’ve got one.

You can book your berth now - and your hotel room for the pre-party in Miami. It’s all online at the awesome website boatparty.biz.

(via jessethorn)