Because I’ve been exhausted coming home from work and staring at a blank word document.
I have another series planned, I just haven’t written the damn thing down yet.
So, enjoy some new twenty one pilots.
Because my local radio station turned me on to them and you should like them, too.
Something to help with that Wednesday lull. The week’s almost over!
The Fray play their latest single “Love Don’t Die.”
The Fray perform “You Found Me.”
The gist of the description reads: “We had some time to kill, so we decided to cover ‘Thrift Shop’ for kicks. It was rainy on Tuesday.”
Now, see, when I’m looking for some time to kill, I just watch Batman Beyond reruns until my mind goes numb…
… I seriously need to reevaluate my life.
I support same-sex marriage.
Not because I want to start random political/religious debates at the drop of my flatcap, but it’s the right thing to do, as a person.
There are a million examples I could probably use that compare gay and straight marriages and how they’re not that different, but this song best summarizes what marriage is really about: love.
Not status, not wealth, not means, and certainly not agendas.
Just love. Plain and simple.
So, here’s what you do to justify playing this song:
1.) Get into a dysfunctional relationship
2.) Break up with them for these exact reasons
Repeat as necessary, or not get into a dysfunctional relationship and just enjoy this song.
And the snazzy dance moves.