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When Rob Thomas collides
The Daily Beast have an insightful interview with David Lynch:
on Kanye West:
"“Blood on the Leaves” is one of my favorite songs. It’s great. He’s just ridin’ the wave and not takin’ no for an answer. We almost worked together, but I never got the ideas. I feel I let him down a little bit. I was going to do the music video for “Blood on the Leaves,” but it never happened. I didn’t come up with any ideas that I thought he would like. Kanye came up to the house one day. Kanye’s a good guy, and a great musician. I loved the song, and that’s what brought us together, but I couldn’t come up with ideas that thrilled either one of us."
life. is. the. worst. so hard! so hard! you’re just trying to get shit done and be you and go to work and not trip in front of cute boys and do your writing but then a former boss emails like “there’s this job you should overthrow everything in your life to apply to!” but you’re tired and just want to lie prone on the couch and watch the veronica mars movie
Daily Show correspondent Michael Che tries to find a safe place to report from.
“If you didn’t have a shitty job in your 20s you might be a cyborg; the entire decade is designed for the maximum full-time struggle between your need to make money and your desire to figure out how to be a person, two parallel roads never destined to meet. Everything is a means to an end — you put up with the unhinged bakery owner throwing pots around the kitchen because you walk away with $200 in tips every day, or you wear the ill-fitting, sweat-inducing cheap suit to your office job because you’re guaranteed to have weekends and holidays off. The chief aim is survival, and sometimes that means calling in sick to protect your mental health at all costs.”
—Danielle Henderson, “Broad City Season 1, Episode 3 Recap: Greetings From Brother Island” (via emilyisreading)