Hello I'm Sorry

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koolthing:

OMG mac demarco’s rape joke was REALLY GROSS like who literally stands on a fucking stage in front of a crowd that includes women and says “DO ANY GIRLS WANNA COME UP ON STAGE AND GET RAPED?”. god i hope his dick falls off.

Oh man, is this for real? Now I feel real shitty for spending money on his show the other day. I mean I didn’t actually know who he was— my roommate and her friend invited me and I was like sure why not because it was a Friday and I didn’t feel like being my typical boring self.

I don’t really get his whole thing though, it’s basically like a jam band but not? Post-jam? Jam for the initiated? Idk, conclusion I’m old and boring and Mac DeMarco is a dick.

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Okay, well when you google “The Legend of Bagger Vance,” the snippet that comes up is the plot summary of Rocky, so what now.

Okay, well when you google “The Legend of Bagger Vance,” the snippet that comes up is the plot summary of Rocky, so what now.

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The theoretician believes in logic and believes that he despises dreams, intuition, and poetry. He does not recognize that these three fairies have only disguised themselves in order to dazzle him like a love-sick fifteen-year-old. He does not know that he owes his greatest discoveries to them. They introduce themselves in the guise of “working hypotheses,” arbitrary conditions,” and “analogies”; how could he, the theoretician, have guessed that he was deceived austere logic, and that in listening to them he was listening to the Muses’ song.”
Antoine Saint-Exupery, from the preface of the August 1, 1939 issue of “Document”

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The last installment in the Craft R Qute series created by some awesome, talented, hilarious people who also happen to be my pals. This one gets even weirder than the others and it is great.

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Kyle plays innocents who are interested in the mysteries of life. He’s the person you trust enough to go into a strange world with.
David Lynch on Kyle MacLachlan