“You mean the generation that paid three times as much for college to enter a job market with triple the unemployment isn’t interested in purchasing the assets of the generation who just blew an enormous housing bubble and kept it from popping through quantitative easing and out-and-out federal support? Curious.”
When comments are better than the article, Atlantic edition (“The Cheapest Generation: Why Millennials arent’ buying cars or houses, and what that means for the economy”)
Every time someone says we’re a lazy and entitled generation I’m going to show them this
They should be happy most of us haven’t moved to the moon yet
That actually sounds like a good idea at this point
(Source: bostonreview, via thefreelioness)
9:47 pm • 15 May 2013 • 18,655 notes
We are the IBM Jaguar KINGS!!!! #guitar #vintage #fender #jaguar #jazzmaster #ice #blue #metallic #seattle
8:42 pm • 15 May 2013 • 66 notes
Back to 2”. Cerce records an LP.
A very welcome sight.
5:23 pm • 15 May 2013 • 16 notes
“TTNG, formerly known as This Town Needs Guns, was beyond exciting for me to photograph even in a less than ideal lighting situation. TTNG had a great energy to them. They are a math rock band, which means their time signatures jump all over the place. The skill level of the individual band members was ridiculous. I definitely feel like you’ll be hearing more from this band in the next couple of years.”
Thanks to Audra May Photography for shooting the show - See all photos here - Shot at The Space in Hamden, CT on April 30, 2013
That looks like a Squier Jaguar Bass that’s been modded into a six-string. Fascinating.
5:22 pm • 15 May 2013 • 35 notes
I swear to God, the moment I plugged this amp in monkeys learned to use rudimentary tools, then used those tools to murder each other.
The Gibson Medalist 4/10: so good it brings about forced evolution
Only a Monolith is good enough
Stanley Kubrock, amirite?
Look for this one at our eBay store soon, or floating in the frozen void of space for eternity.
4:37 pm • 15 May 2013 • 152 notes
I can’t stand all these pseudo intellectual assholes who think that hating everything makes them some sort of enlightened breed of superhuman. I’ve got news for you: misanthropy is in no way synonymous with intellectual tenacity.
The ability to learn, understand, adapt, manifest your own ideas, and effectively traverse problems while maintaining an open minded perspective is what I consider intelligent.
Hating everything just means you’re bitter so ya’ll need to stop acting like you’re smart just because you’ve perfected the artform of sighing and being in a pissy mood.
3:22 pm • 15 May 2013 • 19 notes
Bonfire at Sean Pop’s with @aszulczewski
11:00 pm • 14 May 2013