So I’m trying a different style for this Tennessee playlist. Consider The Civil Wars as a trailer for the rest of the CD, where all the other songs play out the story from song 2 to 14. Notes written below each video are just for amusement.
The Civil Wars
Quick Notes: Originated in Nashville, tragically disbanded in 2014. TRAGICALLY. Hopefully one day they’ll get back together and go for that fifth Grammy… Continue reading 15 on the 15th – In my Tennessee mountain home, crickets sing in the fields near by
My YouTube list of delaying productivity.
I wanted to write an action update. But then I fell into a YouTube black hole for all of the hours and decided to type this out instead. Because reasons.
There’s an amazing amount to be learned from hearing both sides of an argument, when both are willing to be open and honest and real. Continue reading Deep Meaningful Procrastination!
Si quaeris peninsulam amoenam circumspice
Why can’t modern pop be this wholesome? Continue reading 15 on the 15th: Painted in my Tiger Skin, Especially in Michigan
S 4:E02 Synopsis: ‘Worried about her daughter’s safety, single mom Marie signs up for a cutting-edge device that monitors the girl’s whereabouts – and much more.
Ostensibly, this is a story about an overprotective parent suffering the natural consequences of that parenting style taken to its logical extreme. The triggers are twofold; first comes the difficult birth and stillborn scare, second is single mom Marie losing young Sara, her shiny new munchkin, whilst at the playground. The kid is found fast, but it’s too late: the fear has taken hold and Marie believes, ardently, that she needs help. Continue reading Is Arkangel a Replacement God for the Next Generation of Parents?
Home to the Buckeyes and a notably non-rectangular US state flag. One of a kind, isn’t it?
Black Veil Brides – Wake Up
Andy Black/Biersack/Sixx is Black Veil Brides’ only original member and he is originally from Ohio. I just got to see these guys live last Thursday at The Fillmore here in Denver. They put on one hell of a show. Continue reading 15 on the 15th: Ohio is for Lovers
Sooooo posting on the 15th totally slipped my mind, but I didn’t want to skip the whole month. Hence: 15 on the 30th! Now with fewer words!
TLC – Waterfalls
Continue reading 15 on the 15th: Georgia On My Mind
What if a doctor told you that you only had a few months left to live? When Randy Pausch, computer science professor at Carnegie Mellon, was diagnosed with terminal cancer, he decided to leave a powerful and timeless legacy. He delivered an inspiring last lecture at Carnegie Mellon (which was videotaped) and even wrote a […]
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Really great summary of a lecture given 10 years ago: “Achieving Your Childhood Dreams”. Worth the read and the listen!
Puerto Rico is still suffering. That’s 3.5 million American citizens still suffering, and despite concentrated efforts, the Island Of Enchantment has raised less support than its fellow stricken lands of Texas and Florida, so… I made this. I figure it can’t hurt and I’m thinking about the island all the time anyway. I know PR isn’t a state, so this is technically deviating from the 15ths’ initial intent, but, oh well. Please forgive me and, if you’re able, please show the island a little love.
Here goes: Continue reading 15 on the 15th – Almost Like Praying
It’s always cool to see friends have stuff posted on the interwebs. My friend Lauren Jones recently wrote a review of the new PVRIS album for Alter the Press. Continue reading Reblog Wednesday: ATP! Album Review: PVRIS