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anonymous asked:

hey scribs! i've been to a couple of your streams and i noticed that your spotify play bar is pinned to the top of your desktop - do you know how to get it to do that? :0

  1. click the “+” in the sources box
  2. click “window capture”
  3. make sure to have the window you want to capture visible in the background
  4. hold down alt to crop the window
  5. resize if needed and ur done

this is what mine looks like all done btw:

hope this helped!!

anonymous asked:

Don't average kids just discover their straight more easily than gay kids discover they aren't straight anyway? Most gay kids spend their childhood years assuming their gay crushes are just thinking someone is cool, mostly because they have a mom and dad, so that means they wanna imitate their parents to a degree as part of regular child development. Then during or after puberty, the difference between liking someone a lot and being attracted to them becomes too distinct to be ignored. That's h

did macklemore kill them before they could finish this ask 


On this day in music history: June 27, 1980 - “I’m Alright (Theme From “Caddyshack”)“ by Kenny Loggins is released. Written by Kenny Loggins, it is the seventh solo single release for the singer, songwriter and musician from Everett, WA. Coming off the success of three consecutive Platinum selling solo albums between 1977 and 1979, Kenny Loggins starts off new decade with yet another big hit. In the Fall of 1979, Loggins is asked by executive producer Jon Peters ("Batman”, “A Star Is Born”, “The Color Purple”) to write songs for the soundtrack of a low budgeted comedy titled “Caddyshack. The film starring Bill Murray, Chevy Chase, Ted Knight and Rodney Dangerfield centers around life on an upscale country club golf course, and the culture clash between the characters. In all, Loggins writes four songs for the soundtrack, including "I’m Alright” which is used as the theme for “Caddyshack”. The track is recorded at The Record Plant in Los Angeles in late 1979 with co-producer/engineer Bruce Botnick (The Doors), backed by his touring band which include Mike Hamilton (lead guitar, backing vocals), George Hawkins (bass, backing vocals), Brian Mann (keyboards) and Tris Imboden (drums). During the sessions, singer (and label mate) Eddie Money is recording in an adjoining studio, and Kenny invites him to contribute background vocals to the song. Though Money later expresses his displeasure when he does not receive credit for his contribution. Featured over the opening title and end sequences of the film, “I’m Alright” becomes synonymous with the animatronic gopher that Bill Murray’s character, the groundskeeper Carl spends the duration of the movie trying and failing to eradicate. Though “Caddyshack” is initially only a modest box office success before later becoming a hugely popular cult classic, the theme song is an immediate success. “I’m Alright” is released as a single a month before the film arrives in theaters, taking off quickly at radio. Entering the Hot 100 at #88 on July 12, 1980, it peaks at #7 on October 11, 1980. The single also earns Loggins a Grammy nomination for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance in 1981. A live version of the song also appears on the album “Alive!” in September of 1980. The success of the film theme not only gives Kenny Loggins his second top ten hit, but changes the course of his career for the next decade. Throughout the rest of the 80’s, Loggins scores his biggest hits with the songs he contributes to the film soundtracks for “Footloose” (title song (#1 Pop), “I’m Free (Heaven Helps The Man)” (#22 Pop)), “Top Gun” (“Danger Zone” (#2 Pop), “Playing With The Boys” (#60 Pop)) and “Over The Top” (“Meet Me Half Way” (#11 Pop)). When the sequel “Caddyshack II” is made in 1988, Kenny Loggins also writes and records the films theme song “Nobody’s Fool” (#8 Pop), giving him his fifth and final top ten single in the US.

So I have this soundbar that has pretty nice bass, and I usually hook up my phone with bluetooth and blast music while I write.  WELL, my dumb ass forgot to disconnect the bluetooth before going to bed, so my alarm just… BOOMED out of the soundbar at 5 AM this morning and scared the shit out of me.

My alarm is the Voltron theme so you can imagine how I might have been slightly roused awake by the soft part in the beginning and then just… BUUHH NUH NUH NUUUH NUHH NUH NUUHHHHH.


Guy plays Star Wars theme on glasses of water (he doesn’t start playing it until about 30 seconds in).  I just kept thinking if I tried to play music on that many glasses of water that quickly I’d probably just end up knocking them over and spilling the water and breaking the glasses.