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Birdman with Michael Keaton, must see movie!

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Take a little walk to the edge of town
Go across the tracks where the viaduct looms
Like a bird of doom as it shifts and cracks
Where secrets lie in the border fires, in the humming wires
Hey man, you know you’re never coming back
Past the square, past the bridge, past the mills, past the stacks
On a gathering storm, comes a tall handsome man
In a dusty black coat with a red right hand

He’ll wrap you in his arms
Tell you that you’ve been a good boy
He’ll rekindle all the dreams it took you a lifetime to destroy
He’ll reach deep into the hole heal your shrinking soul
Hey buddy, you know you’re never ever coming back
He’s a god, he’s a man, he’s a ghost, he’s a guru
They’re whispering his name through this disappearing land
But hidden in his coat is a red right hand

You don’t own no money? He’ll get you some
You don’t have no car? He’ll get you one
You don’t have no self-respect
You feel like an insect
Well don’t you worry buddy ‘cause here he comes
Through the ghettos and the barrio and the bowery and the slum
A shadow is cast wherever he stands
Stacks of green paper in his red right hand

You’ll see him in your nightmares
You’ll see him in your dreams
He’ll appear out of nowhere but he ain’t what he seems
You’ll see him in your head, on a TV screen
And hey buddy, I’m warning you to turn it off
He’s a ghost, he’s a god, he’s a man, he’s a guru
You’re one microscopic cog in his catastrophic plan
Designed and directed by his red right hand

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Samuel L. Jackson Pint Of Milk Interview

Samuel L. Jackson is of course a Mac guy :)

"Are you a Mac or PC guy?
I’m a total Mac guy, have been since the laptops weighed 30lb. I tried PC and it was too crazy. I actually did one of the first Mac ads. They give me plenty of free stuff.”

lykkelidotcom:

MIDWAY THROUGH/ SUNDAY BLUES/ HOTEL FLU:




My beloved darlings,what a ride, what a trip, what a treat.Never thought I’d feel the way I do now.


Like I’m over the hill, I survived, I’m swimming in purple. 


Yes, I did strain a neck, bust a knee, caught a flu, lose a voice, puked some times or two but man, you rained your love on me. 



Thank you thank you thank you for coming to the shows, standing there through mud, rain and wind. I know these new songs might not be the best festival material so thank you for your patience, love and kindness. You melt my heart every night.


Oh and yes, I have this new website where hopefully communication will be easier and purer. I will post my pictures, scribblings, haiku, thoughts… Some new, some borrowed.


Let the new chapter begin.Sincerely yours,


LL
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lykkelidotcom:

MIDWAY THROUGH/ SUNDAY BLUES/ HOTEL FLU:

My beloved darlings,
what a ride, what a trip, what a treat.
Never thought I’d feel the way I do now.
Like I’m over the hill, I survived, I’m swimming in purple. 
Yes, I did strain a neck, bust a knee, caught a flu, lose a voice, puked some times or two but man, you rained your love on me. 
Thank you thank you thank you for coming to the shows, standing there through mud, rain and wind. I know these new songs might not be the best festival material so thank you for your patience, love and kindness. You melt my heart every night.

Oh and yes, I have this new website where hopefully communication will be easier and purer. I will post my pictures, scribblings, haiku, thoughts… Some new, some borrowed.

Let the new chapter begin.

Sincerely yours,

LL

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Portishead - Roads

Oh, can’t anybody see
We’ve got a war to fight
Never found our way
Regardless of what they say
How can it feel, this wrong
From this moment
How can it feel, this wrong
Storm, in the morning light
I feel
No more can I say
Frozen to myself
I got nobody on my side
And surely that ain’t right
And surely that ain’t right
Oh, can’t anybody see
We’ve got a war to fight
Never found our way
Regardless of what they say
How can it feel, this wrong
From this moment
How can it feel, this wrong

How can it feel, this wrong
This moment
How can it feel, this wrong
Oh, can’t anybody see
We’ve got a war to fight
Never found our way
Regardless of what they say
How can it feel, this wrong
From this moment
How can it feel, this wrong

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Let’s not make it into a big thing
Let’s not get lost in this
I know it is, i know we could
I guess we surely would
Let’s pretend it’s not
It doesn’t mean a thing

Let’s not blow it out of all senses
As though it meant so much
It’s all we’ve thought about for weeks
Not every time your lips meet mine, I think of her
But when her hands reach out, I think of you

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familycarlyle:

LAZARUS issue 10 final-order cut-off (FOC) is tomorrow, Monday 30 June. This is a standalone issue called “Extraction” that serves to bridge the end of the “Lift” arc and the beginning of “Conclave,” and focuses on Jonah Carlyle, the youngest of the Carlyle clan, and what happened to him after he ran away from home.
(Spoiler: bad things happened to him.)
You can preorder the issue from your LCS, using the Diamond order code MAY140709. Although the image of the cover states the price is $2.99, that is actually incorrect; this will be our first issue at the $3.50 price point.
But why should I bother preordering, Greg?
Quick answer? You’ll help to keep us in print.
Honestly, preordering benefits everyone involved in the process of LAZARUS, from the retailers to the publisher to, of course, those of us working on the book. It makes an enormous difference, it really does.
Please consider doing so.

familycarlyle:

LAZARUS issue 10 final-order cut-off (FOC) is tomorrow, Monday 30 June. This is a standalone issue called “Extraction” that serves to bridge the end of the “Lift” arc and the beginning of “Conclave,” and focuses on Jonah Carlyle, the youngest of the Carlyle clan, and what happened to him after he ran away from home.

(Spoiler: bad things happened to him.)

You can preorder the issue from your LCS, using the Diamond order code MAY140709. Although the image of the cover states the price is $2.99, that is actually incorrect; this will be our first issue at the $3.50 price point.

But why should I bother preordering, Greg?

Quick answer? You’ll help to keep us in print.

Honestly, preordering benefits everyone involved in the process of LAZARUS, from the retailers to the publisher to, of course, those of us working on the book. It makes an enormous difference, it really does.

Please consider doing so.

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You’ve been lying in bed for a week now
Wondering how long it’ll take
You haven’t spoken or looked at her in all that time
It’s the easiest line you could break
She’s been going about her business as usual
Always with that melancholy smile
But you were too busy looking into your affairs
To see those tiny tears in her eyes

Tiny tears make up an ocean
Tiny tears make up a sea
Let them pour out, pour out all over
Don’t let them pour all over me

How can you hurt someone so much your supposed to care for
Someone you said you’d always be there for
But when that water breaks you know you’re gonna cry, cry
When those tears start rolling you’ll be back

Tiny tears

You’ve been thinking about the time, you’ve been dreading it
But now it seems that moment has arrived
She’s at the edge of the bed, she gets in
But it’s hard to turn the opposite way tonight

Tiny tears

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Everybody want You when You’re Down and Out

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