seldnei:

I like this a lot more than I would have expected. It’s kind of expansive, and certainly psychedelic.

I also enjoyed it, with the caveat that the distortion at the chorus was right on the edge of being too much noise for me (there’s some sounds that I find…  I don’t know, upsetting? Like, sometimes I can listen to “Poor Places” by Wilco, and then sometimes it’s overwhelming to me.  It’s not a sensation I really have a term for.)  But I would definitely recommend it to people who aren’t bothered by distortion and crashing sounds.  And I have to say that I think Miley’s psychedelic phase is going to prove really really interesting.

seashellies:

ladyhistory:

ME: *listens to person complaining about government*

ME: *listens to person blame president for something president has no Constitutional authority over*

ME: *squishes person’s cheeks*

ME: SHHHHHHHH *whispers* IT’S CONGRESS

#DO PEOPLE EVEN KNOW HOW THEIR OWN GOVERNMENT WORKS?

No. No they don’t. 

I’ve always enjoyed it when customers randomly blame Obama for Michigan’s 6% sales tax.  Which has been in place since the early 1990s.  And is controlled by the state government, not the federal.

But seriously, have they just never bought anything before?  Never paid attention?  How do you not notice 6% getting added on to the item’s price every time you buy something that’s not food, for twenty fricking years?

(via the-rainbow-jen)

lookninjas:

I bet you’ve guessed I came to settle debts

(via byl-adjacent)

In other news, I still fucking love Juliet Burke.

(Source: spookyausten, via byl-adjacent)

"Sue Sylvester didn’t win. Maybe she took away glee club but she’ll never take away what we had. We were a part of something incredible." "There’s more than that. We helped each other become better people in this room. No one can ever take that away from us.”

(Source: enchantedadieu, via idoltina)

Just because I’m always trying to be reasonable about shit doesn’t mean I’m actually cut out to be the reasonable one. 

murderingalaska:

That time of year again guys!!

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richardalperts:

you killed my daughter. prepare to die.

(via oceanic815crash)

We were all raised by different parents, but we grew up together in the Glee Club. It’s a part of all of us. Of course you’re sad about it. I don’t have any more pep talks, I just have you guys and the memory of the people on this wall. My friends, we share this special bond. We’re the only ones in the world who know what this Glee Club meant to us. What it felt like to sing together—to be together. What it feels like to say goodbye to it. I didn’t come here to cheer you up, just thank you. Thank you for going on this ride with me.

(Source: leajon, via idoltina)