Jamie shouldn’t be allowed to tell Damon what to do with his music.1. They FUCKING own a band together, DAMON WAS TECHNICALLY THE FUCKING ONE TO CREATE NOODLE, 2D IS TECHNICALLY THE CARTOON VERISON OF DAMON2. JAMIE IS ENTITLED TO DO WHATEVER THE FUCK HE WANTS BECAUSE ITS ALSO HIS BAND3. DAMON WAS THE ONE TO START THE HUGE FUCKING FIGHT BECAUSE HIS A PRETENTIOUS LIKE COCKSUCKER4. JAMIE FUCKING DOESN’T TELL HIM TO DO SHIT
jamie dares tell damon to stop being such a dirty vagina
HOW DARE YOU JAMIE
I actually am more interested in that drawing of Murdoc. Where did that one come from?
But no matter how much art school or experience you have some dude who just figured out how to make a poster in Photoshop will tell your critiques of his art work aren’t right.
"Yeah but I like it that way."
“Well sure if you don’t want people to read what you wrote.”
My collection might be small, but anything helps. I surely hope you take advantage of this weekend offer.
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buy things from my wife. she makes good stuff
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So today I did that talk on your phone and not the person in front of you thing…
Like we see these comics around or these images around of this, where we cast shame on people who are on their phone and not talking to each other. I went to a coffee shop up the street for a blended mocha, which was real good…and I don’t have the ability to really communicate with people on my OWN time…I don’t think I ever have had that ability to just start talking to anyone.
When I’m doing business or I’m working, I know the ‘performance’ I have to do. Someone asks me a question and I give them an answer, and I go through the motions I am expected to perform. I don’t have the social skills developed in me as a kid to talk with people I don’t know.
SO this is what happened at the coffee shop. I go outside to enjoy my mocha…and I regretfully didn’t have much else to do while I was drinking it other then play on my phone…which I feel like a douche doing but it was something to do, to LOOK important. However there was another woman there who really wanted to strike up a conversation, but I didn’t want to talk to her. There was nothing wrong with her, cept her overt friendliness.
Not that I was being extremely rude, but thankfully my headphones saved my life in these situations…in that I legitimately couldn’t hear what she wanted to say at certain times. But I did take them off when she looked at me as asked me questions, which I would answer. She would say, “This magazine is so beautiful, and it’s free.” To which all I knew how to reply was, “That sure is the best part.” The part in which it is free.
Otherwise I really didn’t want to talk with her, so I made it apparent by playing a game on my phone. She started smokeing a cigarette and asked me something after I coughed, which I didn’t hear. Once she left, only THEN did I feel that I was done hanging out in the coffee shop.
So I can’t explain why other people just stay phone focused, but for me it wasn’t always my phone. It was a game system, my mp3 player or my drawing pad…or the SKY and the environment. But I’ve always just kept myself involved in what I was doing out of fear of actually talking to people. I’m even talking like since elementary school, I just turned up my headphones and blocked out the world…and with age I figured out why.
Not only is it the ability to have portable music, but the fear instilled in us of STRANGER DANGER. We are told people we don’t know CAN hurt us. If you don’t know these people, you should not approach them. Now it’s a silly excuse to have, but for certain people it’s something that just makes up so much of our childhoods. Our parents, the TV, and even policemen, telling you to never talk to people you don’t know.
So why do we judge each other for the lack of training with our social skills? The fear of being hurt in the now and the present, is why we choose to carry around the means to call for help in an instant. The times my headphones have saved my life from being (literally) verbally abused keeps my sanity a little stronger. People who don’t have a problem with public speaking can chime up a conversation, and it doesn’t matter what age we live in or the technology we use. Our ability to communicate with those around our physical body won’t die, yet having a cell phone in quick reach can save someone from a bad situation.
Q:You like Mystery Science Theater too?? What are some of your favorite episodes. I think Pod People and Mitchell were mine. xD
Why yes I do love me some MST3K. Mitchell, Pod People, Manos, and many others…