Breaking my Steamboat hiatus to say that whatever this game is, I clearly just won.
Also, I have another Tumblr (I couldn’t stay away; I just changed my strategy) now. Stick in my Askhole if you want a link.
GPOYW: “It’s Not You, It’s Me”
It’s time for us to take a little break, for a variety of reasons. I have become very fond of many of the people I follow on this site, and would consider some of them my friends. However, I have reached a point where I am concerned about the level of energy and emotion that I have started to invest in this, with so little return. I am pining over hopeless Internet crushes, when I could be out trying to meet interesting people that I can touch and speak to and drink with. I am putting my time into disorganized, self-involved word vomit, when I could be working at something I both love and can be proud of. Not to say that self-involved word vomit can’t succeed, but it must be done well, and I need to take some time to work on the “doing well”.
I do care about what happens in a lot of you people’s lives, so I will probably still sign on to catch up on the goings-on. I will also be keeping up Andy Radical, for those of you that follow it (if you don’t, you should). Wish me luck on my attempt at being productive?
The fact that I sing, dance, and rap alone in my car and look just as goofy as they do does not make it any less hilarious when I catch someone singing, dancing, or rapping alone in their car.
I feel like there are quite a few Tumblr users whose opinions on film and pop culture can be summed up into one of two viewpoints:
“Everything after [this moment] is terrible and not worthy of my time.”
“Everything before [this moment] is boring and not worthy of my time.”
which is boring and terrible and makes them not worthy of my time.
My 23rd birthday is one month from yesterday. New goal: 500 more Tally Hall plays on Last.fm before April 27. 11 done. 489 remaining.
PS This is an important song.
Tally Hall - Spring and a Storm