Normally I find music that I really like, that sort of pulls at your heart strings and is slightly emo in a folk kind of way. Which I have to really be into my folk and be okay with calling myself slight emo if I compared the two, but let's be real here. You know it. I know it. You know it. We know it.
Today I bring Gangham Style. It's already exploded in the youtube hemisphere and I only heard about it from my sister posting it on my wall. I would say that it is an awful video that only takes a certain love for silliness to really appreciate it, therefor I have had a fascination with Koreans for several years now and even got into some really great Korean drama series tv shows. I can see how eventually, the world will catch on and see Korea as an amiable place to travel in the near future.
Trust. You won't be disappointed.
It's alright if you find yourself in your room doing the cowboy trod. Don't look around, …
This isn't a cover, I know.
But if you haven't ever seen P!nk's 2010 Grammy performance of "Glitter in the Air", you will want to see this.
It's beautiful and makes you wonder why she doesn't go back to singing this way on more of her albums.
And note... the fabric aerials.
That's gutsy. And she still had the energy and pipes to sing that song flawlessly.
Promised Land//Matt Damon, John Krasinski
drama. january 4th. 2013
synopsis: A salesman for a natural gas company experiences life-changing events after arriving in a small town, where his corporation wants to tap into the available resources. first. i can't say enough about how much i love the roles matt damon plays in second. i am all too glad that krasinski is becoming a great on-screen actor third. flippin' hal holbrook!
i don't consider myself an environmentalist, but i do try to take pride in the land that we do have.
i don't like hearing stories about farming towns, or sea towns, or industrial towns getting wiped out
by massive corporations over sheer greed.
i don't like that as Americans we struggle with over consumption, and yet we have many natural resources in our backyards that we don't use because we'd rather outsource to other countries for those "goods"
anyhow, my rant is officially over. i have to keep it to a few sentences, otherwis…