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Also I got bored today so I hid pictures of Dave around my house for my family to find.

They loved it. 
He’s also in the fridge, behind a bedroom door, in a cupboard 

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Why is music education important?


There is the answer that school boards and narrow minded parents want to hear: it helps brain functions and is correlated with higher test scores.

Then there is the true answer: School sucks and music makes it suck less. Music education gives students the opportunity to make friends and have fun and learn an art. Art helps us put meaning to our lives. I have never been able to capture the sunrise in a math problem, but it can be captured in song. No science lesson describes the pain of a breakup, but a melody can. English comes the closest but when I took english it wasn’t about having or expressing emotions, it was about ripping apart each word to figure out some secret code that may not even be there. Yes, music requires you to be analytical, technical, and painfully detailed, but if you don’t put heart into it, it can not be called good music. Music is a vent and a source. It teaches us to cope and to express and it shows us the emotions we hid from ourselves. Music and the other arts are the only things in school that allow us to even have emotions.

For me, personally, it was the only thing I really had to work for and it was the only thing that I felt like I should be proud of. I got incredible grades and was one of the best at a very intelligent high school, and teachers were telling me I should be a writer, a doctor, a mathematician. I chose to be a music teacher because it was the only thing that kept me from going insane.

Music education is important because we drive kids to the edge of insanity and beyond for the sake of “education” and “their future” and often music is the only thing keeping them from absolutely losing their minds. Music education keeps us sane.

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Veruca Salt announce their first tour dates since 1995 to feature the original lineup. Read about their Record Store Day 10-inch (featuring “Seether” and new material) here.

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Charlotte Gainsbourg has quite a pedigree to live up to. Her father is legendary French singer/songwriter/provocateur Serge Gainsbourg; her mother is English model/actress/singer Jane Birkin (for whom the iconic Hermes Birkin Bag was made). Together, they were Paris’s patron saints of cool, beginning in the late 1960s and throughout the 1970s. With such lineage, it’s no wonder that Charlotte is chic, elegant, talented, and of course, très cool—yet it’s surprising to learn that she is also very shy, humble, and down-to-earth.

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Finland introduces gay bondage postage stamps   

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'Burntout in the airport' chic

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Pink Moon - Nick Drake

It’s almost time to go outside and look up at the lunar eclipse.

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Homeward Bound T-Shirt

Holy shit


i need it.

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St. Vincent for The New Yorker

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quite-stylish said: 2 YEARS TOO LATE BRO ALREADY LIVED THERE man I miss Berlin.

Then you know what you should do homie.

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FFFUCCCKK YESSSSSS hot sauce shelf @luchamanchester

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