Original Script For Controversial Game Of Thrones Scene Very Different →

My roommate Dan did a very good and very funny deconstruction of the uncomfortable rape scene in last sunday’s Game of Thrones.

Decided to try my hand at designing a stoner shirt.
The best way to like something is to wear a shirt about it!

Decided to try my hand at designing a stoner shirt.

The best way to like something is to wear a shirt about it!

miketrapp:

Enough.

miketrapp:

Enough.

(via benjoseph)

I took my friend Hannah’s phone last night and changed her OKCupid profile a little.

She is now sending me screenshots of all of the messages she gets.

Guess what you can still buy

Guess what you can still buy

He Is Risen.

He Is Risen.

benkling:

I’m going to make a mayonegg out of it tomorrow.

Throwback Hersday

benkling:

I’m going to make a mayonegg out of it tomorrow.

Throwback Hersday

It happens mostly with pop songs that use a progression of between 2 and 8 chords.
(Particularly vi-V-I-V, I-II-IV-I, and absolutely I-iii-IV-V.I absorb I-iii-IV-V’s like a baboon’s butt absorbs blue light. I could name 30 off the top of my head.)
There’s a sweet spot in those types of progressions where the cloud of associations gets really dense and it can’t be tuned out.

It happens mostly with pop songs that use a progression of between 2 and 8 chords.

(Particularly vi-V-I-V, I-II-IV-I, and absolutely I-iii-IV-V.
I absorb I-iii-IV-V’s like a baboon’s butt absorbs blue light. I could name 30 off the top of my head.)

There’s a sweet spot in those types of progressions where the cloud of associations gets really dense and it can’t be tuned out.

So I’ve got a braAaAain anomaly that affects the way I perceive music and this is part of my ongoing project of trying to render how music sometimes translates in my head.

This is a representation of what happens when I hear a new song with a I IV ii V iii vi ii V progression.

(People are often astounded that I don’t know the words to some of my favorite songs.)

Edit: I did a smaller one while back with I-iii-vi-IV.