“The Rabbit, The Bat & The Reindeer”-Dr. Dog
If I knew hate, I’d call it love for you, man
Page McConnell showing off his driving skills. Nice aim!
My band’s debut EP! Hope you all listen, share, and enjoy! Much more where this came from. Hope you fellow phans enjoy, and I’d love to hear your feedback!
So my 5 month Tumblr haitus is going to end today. Welcome to 2013. Wow, what a crazy 5 months it has been. To begin, I had an amazingly unforgettable senior year season of cross country that I’ll never forget, worked my ass off in school, finished all applications to college, where I’ve gotten into St Louis University and UC-Boulder so far (hopefully Madison!), and my band, Moonsocks, has officially released our EP. Also, what a MSG run for the Phish from Vermont. 12/28, 12/30 second set and 12/31 second set are absolutely incredible. Also, I’ve revamped my entire guitar rig by getting a Fender Hot Rod Deluxe amp and an Ibanez Jet King 30H. Excited for 2013!
I havent posted in forever, and I assure you I will start getting back into it soon (crazy busy with school and cross country), but this needed to be posted. I just met Jerry Seinfeld AND received my signed Trey Anastasio lithograph. What a night.
loved this movie.
AIRE is a mask that converts wind energy (provided by the wearers breath) into electricity for the recharging of small electronic devices.
Developed by João Lammoglia. July 2011.
Bane was just charging his iPad the whole time.
Oh man this made me laugh pretty hard
Coolest cat alive!
What a douche.
A divine being
Have a safe weekend everyone. Take care of each other.
After Set 1, Coventry. (via andshecalledherselflil)
Amazingly bitter sweet to flash back to when this was unfolding in front of my eyes. Set one was probably the best set of the weekend musically (the only one that wasn’t a complete trainwreck), but it also saw the handing of the tramps to the crowd during YEM, Tom Marshall saying goodbye with one last Esquandolas, and a final Fire to end the set. Trey appeared to have not slept in nights and was highly under the influence. We were still only about six hours removed from Gordo telling us over the radio in so many words that thousands of us would have to walk a dozen miles or more if we wanted to be part of the sad goodbye. To say it was emotional is a monumental understatement.
While Mike may have also been holding a not so sure footed Trey up as they left the stage for physical reasons, today when I see this photo it reminds me of how and why Phish is still a band. It’s that unending friendship and brotherhood, the shared experience that only they could truly understand that has persevered in spite of a myriad of obstacles that have existed in their career. And in a way Mike stoically shouldered the load for all of us that loved Phish that weekend - before and after - keeping himself composed when the others couldn’t.
It’s the kindness and compassion in this photo that embodies why no matter whether a show is great or horrible, they’re in it for the right reasons and so are we. The community and friendship will always be there, and there’s very few things - especially on the scale of Phish - that are so profoundly real and from the heart as this, as them.
Rewatched The Dark Knight today and was once again blown away by Heath’s performance. Best acting I think I’ve ever seen.