The-Farewell

Now you want me back
Yet our rivers flow different paths that empty on opposite oceans
You sing the melodies unnoticed in your heart for me
How long, I wish always for you to see
Too see me…
Here…
But like a movie with the credits rolling..
The end came
My absence has made you grow like a flower on a concrete sidewalk
Searching for light …
Searching
for
Me….
—  Elsa J
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Lux Aesthetics – The lingering days between Scion and Colossus.

As Scion comes to a close, and the last of its warm sun rays pave the way to the Season of Colossus, magic happens two-fold:  For the harvest and for the heart.

The socialite whispers a farewell to the joy of  frolicking under waterfalls as the moonlight reflects off her bare skin –for warmth will soon be gone– and indulges in the last sips of her favorite vineyard’s seasonal nectar.  Even the dahlias begin to darken their petals.

“Goodbye Scion, and hello Colossus.  I’ve missed you.  It’s been a whole year.”

Farewell to The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail

Did you hear the news?

While season 3 of the TV version of The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail is airing on Comedy Central, (starting 9/27 and ending 11/22), our live show is ending on October 19th after a six year run. 

Here’s the statement from our website:

After six years of putting our blood, sweat, and urine into a live show every Wednesday, we have decided that it’s time to hang up our spurs on The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail. When we started this thing in 2010, we only wanted a fun place to do comedy and hang out with our friends.

And things were so different- The tech area was in the middle of the room! There was even less air conditioning than now!

We never imagined how much we’d get out of this experience- we’ve gotten ridiculous memories, we’ve gotten three seasons of a TV show on Comedy Central, and we’ve gotten the best damn audience on the planet. Putting on a weekly show for your wonderful faces has been an honor, and we love you all indefinitely. We love the regulars, we love the newbies, we love the people who bring their parents. Comedians around the country speak of our audience with awe and admiration. We have been spoiled by you. We know it.

So while we are sad to end the show after six years, it just feels like the right time for us. We know we’re going to feel absolutely awful that first Wednesday that we aren’t high-fiving you into the room, but everything has to come to an end at some point.

Our final show will be on October 19th, and that show will start earlier, at 7:30pm rather than 8:30pm, and it will be a barn burner. Up until then it’s business as usual.

Thank you to the hundreds of comedians that have graced our stage over the years; thank you to Meltdown Comics, our home and second family; thank you to our staff, on loan from NerdMelt, who work incredibly hard and remind us why this is so fucking fun to do; thank you to Mike Rosenstein and Lance Bangs, who saw a TV show in us when we didn’t see one in ourselves; thank you to our Comedy Central family for letting us put this on TV; thank you to Dave Kloc, being your muse has meant to much to us; thank you to Tyler Ross, who knew before we did how important it was to document what was happening here; thank you to anyone who’s written a nice thing or a not nice thing about our show; thank you for coming to the show once or a hundred times; and thank you to anyone who has had the guts to get up on stage and talk into a microphone. We are enamored with standup comedy- we were when we started, and we still are. We’re excited to see what will come next and make us look like irrelevant dinosaurs.

Don’t stop coming to the shows before they’re over please. And don’t stop being the positive badass beautiful creative motherfuckers you have been for all these years.

Love,
Jonah, Kumail, Emily, and Ed

On a side note: we actually have lucked into some of the most talented human beings on the planet and somehow gotten them to work for us. If anyone is looking for

-directors
-editors
-producers
-general professional “get shit done” people with great comedic taste
-artists
-animators
-photographers
-writers/creators

…. please contact Emily and she will connect you.

Goodnight Dorsey!

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There is a silence in the world
Since we have said farewell;
Beauty with an alien speech
An alien tale would tell.

There is a silence in the world,
Which is not peace nor quiet:
Ever I seek to flee therefrom,
And walk not the ways
Of riot.

I hear music moan
In rooms of thronging laughter,
Light of love drives me on,
Silence follows thereafter

—  Clark Ashton Smith
  • Story:In this story, being gay isn't an abnormality.
  • Me:You got my attention!
  • Story:Most of the couples here are same-sex.
  • Me:My kind of content.
  • Story:Because being straight is seen as B A D.
  • Me:Ha ha ha that's... wait.
  • Story::^)
  • Me:No.
  • Story:This is the story of a boy, a girl, and their foribbiden ro-
  • Me:You lost me farewell I've been entirely vanished from this conversation.
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Farewell to The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail

Did you hear the news?

While season 3 of the TV version of The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail is airing on Comedy Central, (starting 9/27 and ending 11/22), our live show is ending on October 19th after a six year run.

Here’s the statement from our website:

After six years of putting our blood, sweat, and urine into a live show every Wednesday, we have decided that it’s time to hang up our spurs on The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail. When we started this thing in 2010, we only wanted a fun place to do comedy and hang out with our friends.

And things were so different- The tech area was in the middle of the room! There was even less air conditioning than now!

We never imagined how much we’d get out of this experience- we’ve gotten ridiculous memories, we’ve gotten three seasons of a TV show on Comedy Central, and we’ve gotten the best damn audience on the planet. Putting on a weekly show for your wonderful faces has been an honor, and we love you all indefinitely. We love the regulars, we love the newbies, we love the people who bring their parents. Comedians around the country speak of our audience with awe and admiration. We have been spoiled by you. We know it.

So while we are sad to end the show after six years, it just feels like the right time for us. We know we’re going to feel absolutely awful that first Wednesday that we aren’t high-fiving you into the room, but everything has to come to an end at some point.

Our final show will be on October 19th, and that show will start earlier, at 7:30pm rather than 8:30pm, and it will be a barn burner. Up until then it’s business as usual.

Thank you to the hundreds of comedians that have graced our stage over the years; thank you to Meltdown Comics, our home and second family; thank you to our staff, on loan from NerdMelt, who work incredibly hard and remind us why this is so fucking fun to do; thank you to Mike Rosenstein and Lance Bangs, who saw a TV show in us when we didn’t see one in ourselves; thank you to our Comedy Central family for letting us put this on TV; thank you to Dave Kloc, being your muse has meant to much to us; thank you to Tyler Ross, who knew before we did how important it was to document what was happening here; thank you to anyone who’s written a nice thing or a not nice thing about our show; thank you for coming to the show once or a hundred times; and thank you to anyone who has had the guts to get up on stage and talk into a microphone. We are enamored with standup comedy- we were when we started, and we still are. We’re excited to see what will come next and make us look like irrelevant dinosaurs.

Don’t stop coming to the shows before they’re over please. And don’t stop being the positive badass beautiful creative motherfuckers you have been for all these years.

Love,
Jonah, Kumail, Emily, and Ed

On a side note: we actually have lucked into some of the most talented human beings on the planet and somehow gotten them to work for us. If anyone is looking for

-directors
-editors
-producers
-general professional “get shit done” people with great comedic taste
-artists
-animators
-photographers
-writers/creators

…. please contact Emily and she will connect you.

Goodnight Dorsey!

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Some collection of Q & A post from Live tweet Q&A earlier with iKON 160928 while they are still in japan. Point to Note:
- No one in iKON is nice & they’re just faking it & also he’s the coolest(as per him)
- B.I answer when a girl couldn’t find a bf for herself
- Chanu improvement in cleaning dept (must be coz Yoyo is his room-mate (coz he likes being clean & tidy)
- Jinan left his abs in Korea😂😂😂 and his farewell relationship with Jinny😂😂

There are plenty of questions but those are the ones that I found interesting 😆. Cr on translation and cr pic from YGex

Wishing you all a blessed Wednesday of the Twenty-sixth Week in Ordinary Time!

Gospel LK 9:57-62

As Jesus and his disciples were proceeding
on their journey, someone said to him,
“I will follow you wherever you go.”
Jesus answered him,
“Foxes have dens and birds of the sky have nests,
but the Son of Man has nowhere to rest his head.”
And to another he said, “Follow me.”
But he replied, “Lord, let me go first and bury my father.”
But he answered him, “Let the dead bury their dead.
But you, go and proclaim the Kingdom of God.”
And another said, “I will follow you, Lord,
but first let me say farewell to my family at home.”
Jesus answered him, “No one who sets a hand to the plow
and looks to what was left behind is fit for the Kingdom of God.”