1. Beach House - Myth

    I’m digging this band. Their music makes me feel closer to God.

    The song Wild is also the bees knees.

     
     

  2. "I was poisoning myself with alcohol and medicating myself. I was trying to numb things. I was trying not to feel things, and that’s ridiculous. It’s one of the dumbest things you can do, because all you’re doing is postponing the inevitable. Someday you’ll have to look all those things in the eye rather than try to numb the pain."
    — Johnny Depp
     

  3. "

    Bob Sweeney: There was a moment, when I used to blame everything and everyone for all the pain and suffering and vile things that happened to me, that I saw happen to my people. Used to blame everybody. Blamed white people, blamed society, blamed God. I didn’t get no answers ‘cause I was asking the wrong questions. You have to ask the right questions.

    Derek Vinyard: Like what?

    Bob Sweeney: Has anything you’ve done made your life better?

    "
    — American History X
     

  4. "Be the way you were when you were growing up and you’ll always be fuckin’ happy."
    — George Lopez
     
  5. Jon Stewart stand from the 90’s is pretty fucken good.. like pretty fucken good.

     
     

  6. What is truth

    To know that you don’t know, while knowing that’s okay.

     
  7. More bounce to the ounceEeeEe~

    Breakdance scene via La Haine

     
     

  8. "So we shall let the reader answer this question for himself: who is the happier man, he who has braved the storm of life and lived or he who has stayed securely on shore and merely existed?"
    — Hunter S. Thompson (via butterball)
     
  9. Three veteran mid-fielders in the premier league with similar attributes: They can strike the ball, unbelievable passing skills, and are leaders/teachers. Frank Lampard (Chelsea, 34) - Ryan Giggs (Manchester United, 39) - Steven Gerrard (Liverpool, 32). I call this, the old-man trinity. Respect.

     

  10. Peter Lee

    I think this TED Talk video explains the birth order more accurately:

    http://www.ted.com/talks/jeffrey_kluger_the_sibling_bond.html