Doin this thing tutupig tagged me in. 6 fave selfies. I think I’m pretty dang presh. The magazine I used to work for just did a story on selfies and I think they’re pretty great. Annoying at time, for sure. But there ain’t nothin wrong with lovin on yourself. And if you like the way you look and feel good about it and can put it out there to the rest of the world, then good for you, bbs. Go for it! I wanna see aconybell asagoof popquizkid lookmanohans perhapsthenok davidbyrnindownthehouse restrainingorder y’all’s favorites cause I think yer all cute as hell lil nuggets. No pressure, of course.

Simplify, simplify, simplify. Simplicity of life and elevation of purpose.

Henry David Thoreau (via thedelightedpeople)

rurikids:

Wayne’s World (1992) - You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. You’ll hurl.

-Benjamin is nobody’s friend. If Benjamin were an ice cream flavor, he’d be pralines and dick.

nprfreshair:

"All I want is education, and I am afraid of no one."
Malala Yousafzai as Rosie the Riveter. 

nprfreshair:

"All I want is education, and I am afraid of no one."

Malala Yousafzai as Rosie the Riveter. 

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strictlysquaresville:

Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn - You’re the Reason our Kids are Ugly

(Source: hornished)

americansongwriter:

Q&A With Sturgill Simpson
Sturgill Simpson‘s Metamodern Sounds in Country Music is not quite like anything else you’ll probably hear this summer. It has deep roots in much-loved country music traditions – parts of it could pass as lost tapes of The Outlaws – but it explores the self and relationships with others using Buddhism and psychedelic experiences, among other points of reference. It’s a work that successfully blends trucking anthems, English pop hits from a quarter-century ago and psychedelicmusique concrète freakouts. Just before the album hit physical and digital shelves in May, American Songwriter caught up with Simpson to learn how he pulled that off.
Click here to read more

americansongwriter:

Q&A With Sturgill Simpson

Sturgill Simpson‘s Metamodern Sounds in Country Music is not quite like anything else you’ll probably hear this summer. It has deep roots in much-loved country music traditions – parts of it could pass as lost tapes of The Outlaws – but it explores the self and relationships with others using Buddhism and psychedelic experiences, among other points of reference. It’s a work that successfully blends trucking anthems, English pop hits from a quarter-century ago and psychedelicmusique concrète freakouts. Just before the album hit physical and digital shelves in May, American Songwriter caught up with Simpson to learn how he pulled that off.

Click here to read more

If there’s anything I enjoy less than yoga, it’s people talking about yoga. Also hot yoga.