I stole toilet paper for this girl. True friendship. (cc: @natalieangiuli)
love u cace
another cover! posted this one last week of “still into you” by paramore, as per your request! tweet your requests to me @natalieangiuli or send them via facebook!
had a lot of fun with this. yes, i ate the mic after the shoot :)
Covering Mother Perry’s empowering new single. Share it, spread it, tweet it, twerk it, whatever!
Going to be much more active on YouTube this coming month. Stay tuned for so much more!!
What for me counters the notion that love isn’t real is the fact that many of us would face death to protect others. In the wild a mother or father will do this for their young, but in no other common instance will a wild animal die for its kind (of course excluding reciprocity, though it would…
who doesn’t love jess?
There is a kind of crying I hope you have not experienced, and it is not just crying about something terrible that has happened, but a crying for all of the terrible things that have happened, not just to you but to everyone you know and to everyone you don’t know and even the people you don’t want to know, a crying that cannot be diluted by a brave deed or a king word, but only by someone holding you as your shoulders shake and your tears run down your face.
—Lemony Snicket, The End (via durianquotes)
CONAN: I have to ask you, the biggest surprise to me about all of this is you have this fantastic imagination you have created this exotic multidimensional world. Just watching the show at first, I thought this writer, George R.R. Martin, he must be from a small island off Norway. I’m just imagining you coming from this completely other world and you’re from Bayonne, New Jersey. What about growing up there brought you to this world? Was there anything about your childhood?
GEORGE R. R. MARTIN: It was imagination. I come from a blue collar family. My father was a long shoreman. We lived in the projects on first street there which has a deep water channel in front of it, it’s the connection between the bays and Staten Island across the way. We didn’t have much money. We didn’t even own a car. My world was five blocks long. We lived on administrative street, I went to school on first street. I read books and watched television and film. I would watch the big ships with all of the flags of different countries of the world and lights of Staten Island across the way where we never even went and wondering what exotic mysteries and wonders lurked on Staten Island. Would I ever see them.
CONAN: That is your concept of what Staten Island is? [Laughter]
CONAN: That’s fantastic!
GEORGE R. R. MARTIN: I did finally get to Staten Island and I have to say it was kind of disappointing.
oh staten island, home sweet home!