What are the top 10 "Most Played" songs on your iPod? (And no cheating to make yourself look good.)
I don’t have an iPod. I’ve got songs stored on my BlackBerry, but I have it on shuffle when I listen to my MP3s. I actually usually listen to internet radio with it a lot more than MP3s. ChroniX Aggression mostly. I like my music heavy.
But what I do have on it is Slayer, Godsmack, Danzig, Machine Head, Foo Fighters, a lot of Opeth, and a shit-ton of Alice in Chains.
Not exactly. But once I had what I thought was an ear infection (because of the pain), but it ended up as something I could feel at the entrance to my ear canal, and pulled out, and it was a sick 3/8in. by 7/8in. mass of ear-wax. I guess you could have made a candle out of it.
When you leave Tumblr or Twitter suddenly with no announcement or private messages to those people you talk to a lot, what do you think that says to them? There’s so much talk of friendship and love and family and this place being our little community but if you can’t take a second to pass on…
I’m really looking forward to meeting you too. I’d use your ask box but my laptop isn’t back from repair yet and I can’t seem to do it on my BB.
It’ll be cool. I’ve only met one web friend once before, but I’d like to meet lots more. I’ve wanted to meet you for a quite a while.
It’ll be our own little Vancouver tweet-up!
My propensity to talk over people does not define me.
My laziness does not define me.
My stretch marks do not define me.
My past actions that I may regret do not define me.
My future transgressions do not define me.
My nit picky behavior towards others does not define me.
My inability to forgive those that have crossed me does not define me.
These things do not define me as a whole. What things do not define you?
This is such an important post. There are so many instances in which I see people allowing themselves to be defined by different interests, mistakes, successes, and idiosyncrasies.
I often think of Jean-Paul Sartre’s description of bad faith, and about how we often try to define ourselves as objects instead of embracing our subjectivity, our free will, and our ability to make any choice at any point in time.
We are not our history. We are our present and our future, and we always have the capacity to choose. When we allow ourselves to be defined by things, we risk never realizing our true potential.
We are not concepts or adjectives. We are undefinable.