Backstage, Patrick Stump, Pete Wentz and Joe Trohman explain why Green Day are their “reference point for everything”

BY PATRICK DOYLE April 20, 2015

What’s it like sitting with Beck?
Pete: Oh, it was great. He told us about the first time he met Green Day, and he told the story in such an amazing, funny way. He made us feel very comfortable.

The ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ inspired 'A Lightsaber In The Stone’ by Patrick Connan, is a new print release from Hero Complex Gallery, and part of the exclusive prints they debuted at WonderCon 2015.

It’s an 18" x 24" 4 colour screenprint with metallic inks, in a regular limited edition of 50 and costs $40. There is also a special foil variant edition in a limited edition of 20 and costs $60.

Go here to buy and check out the rest of the Hero Complex Gallery WonderCon 2015 prints.

Things I'm currently in love with

Tagged by forestpenguin

one song: youth by daughter

two movies: Captain America winter soldier and nanny diaries (forever in love w/Scarlett Johansson & Chris Evans)

three shows: GREY’S ANATOMY, Scandal & the goldbergs (but there’s so many more ❤️❤️)

four people: Scarlett Johansson (serious woman crush), Emma Stone, Patrick Dempsey and Ellen Pompeo 😍😍

five foods: currently pralines and cream ice cream, milk chocolate, banana/strawberry smoothies, pulp OJ and PB&J toast

six people to tag: I’m one of those weird creeps who doesn’t actually follow blogs of people I know & I’m not tagging people I don’t know but j0shramsaysbuttbl0g is like my only other real life friend on here so yeah :)

“I want God to come and take me home, ‘cause I’m all alone in this crowd // Who are you to me? Who am I supposed to be? Not exactly sure anymore // Where’s this going to? Can I follow through? Or just follow you for a while?" 
Mountain Sound - Of Monsters and Men
Prayer of the Refugee - Rise Against
Help I’m Alive - Metric
Grow - Rae Morris
Laura Palmer - Bastille
Little Pistol - Mother Mother
In The Pines/Where Did You Sleep Last Night - Janel Drewis
The Vampyre of Time and Memory - Queens of the Stone Age
Ghost Song - Patrick Wolf
Eye of the Storm - Lovett
Remain Nameless - Florence + the Machine
Assassin - Muse
I Never Told You What I Do For A Living - My Chemical Romance


Honorable Mention from Evening Out With Your Girlfriend

Honorable Mention is the first track from Fall Out Boy’s debut mini-LP, Evening Out With Your Girlfriend. The lyrics, inspired by 1989 romance movie Say Anything, are some of the earliest signs of the cultural references Fall Out Boy would become known for (’I can be your John Cusack’)

In a 2007 interview with Rolling Stone, Patrick talked about the lyrics: ‘I got an honorable mention in the movie of my life/Starring you instead of me’. The singer, who was the lyricist for this album only before Pete Wentz took over lyrical duties, said, ‘I know exactly where you’re going with this - the whole Pete thing. But those lines were about how I felt in high school. It didn’t actually refer to Pete, as ironic as it is now.’ 

Some days simply lay on you like stones.
—  Rothfuss, Patrick. “The Slow Regard of Silent Things.”
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How Women Reacted To The 2015 Oscars


Air Oscars drankin game involvet takin a sip o'wine ever time a woomin er persen o'coler won n’ a gend'r-neutral award a'katergori. Unfertunatelee, we endet t'nite stone cold sob'r. Much has bee made o’t’ Academy’s failure ta nominate folk who are’t white menfolk n’ minny a …

Forgotten TV: Knights Of God

Dystopian YA clutters the current landscape to such a degree that it’s hard to remember a time when such tales registered way below most people’s radar and were, in fact, a rarity. Maybe that accounts for how seldom you hear Knights of God evoked when talking about old television shows. Only broadcast one time ever in England, in 1987, and written by Richard Cooper, who also penned the excellent Codname: Icarus, Knights Of God is well-remembered by those who remember it at all.

Set in some not-too-far future, the United Kingdom has fallen in a civil war lead by Prior Mordrin (John Woodvine), whose religious order, the Knights of God, is one that puts power and force at the center of its spiritual philosophy, in contrast to Christianity, which Mordrin apparently views as weak and putting man in the slave position. Britain is now controlled by the Knights and peppered with educational camps for young dissidents, as well as a vibrant rebellion coming out of Wales.

The story centers on Gervaise (George Winter ), son of Welsh rebel Owen (Gareth Thomas, who we have previously seen on Star Maidens and Children of the Stones), who has some special purpose in the rebellion that no one, not even the Welsh leader Arthur (Patrick Troughton) will reveal to him. Gervaise manages to get caught by the Knights, to end up in a camp, to infiltrate the actual order, and to be sent out on a deadly mission. Accompanying him through most of this is Julia (Claire Parker), who though relegated to being a sidekick is still a positive capable girl character whose pluck you admire actually much more than anything the tortured Gervaise brings to the table.