“Ball so hard, this shit crazy”
It was a money-draining party and I had a blast.
Heart Of Douche-ness or “The Imperialism Of Young Assholes”
Take up the White Mans Burden, Hipsters. Conquer the middle class with your bougie contempt and self-loathing fashion. But don’t complain when you’re branded the enemy.
EULA, Life Size Maps & More at Shea Stadium
Five great bands at a Friday show in Shea Stadium.
Silent Barn Public Meeting Tomorrow
Panelists gather to discuss All Ages venues, with some necessary rocking out.
alt-J at Glasslands
Lead singer Joe Newman asked us to sweat with him and we did.
Confession: Last Night I Dreamt Paris Hilton Loved Me
Last night I dreamt Paris Hilton and I were in love, but I didn’t know it. We were both twelve. Kathy Hilton had organized a get together with girls from Paris’ school. We hated all of them and snuck off through her house together, opening endless doors. We came across her father’s study, but it was empty. He caught us and took me aside. He didn’t raise his voice, but solidly scared me. He also made me feel like I had to protect Paris no matter what. I was so overwhelmed I vomited up three yellow Tic Tacs. That’s when I realized I was in love with her. I went back to where Paris was sitting, young and blonde on a leather couch. There was another young boy with long shaggy brown hair who wanted to date her. His father was there and her father was there, but mine wasn’t. This other whiny and undeserving young boy began to complain that Paris didn’t return his affections. I began to make fun of him cruelly, furious that he thought he was good enough to even pretend to love her or to attempt to come between us. She laughed gleefully at my jokes and as we looked at each other, I knew without
speaking that she loved me too. “God, you’re such a fucking albino!” she cried at the other boy. There was a glass table between us and with a shout of rage, he kicked it at me, but I picked up a nearby plate and deflected the table, shattering glass everywhere. Paris and I had each other no matter the destruction around us.