can't hear the music

Me waiting for the new Gorillaz album to come out

NGL listening to On the Nature of Daylight by Max Richter has awoken hella writing inspiration because IMO it is one of THE BEST Sadlock Adlock instrumental pieces ever. I dare ye, all aboard our humble Yacht, to have a listen to that song and not tremble with the very essence of the Adlock potential and imagery that the song evokes. Of course, it’s beyond moving even aside from that, but it just breathes the absolute drama and longing and passion of the two and I can’t keep my mouth shut about it for any longer. GO FORTH AND BE INSPIRED. And cry a lot

FINALLY got the “Are you always this kind to your enemies?” line in JP!! Now I can quit & reload the game in Eng ✧*.◟(ˊᗨˋ)◞.*✧

Sadly, JP Aranea doesn’t laugh after Ignis says: “No, but I am to my allies.” Instead I believe she says 「そう。」 or “Really?” / “Is that so.”

But she does address him as megane (four-eyes) during this conversation lol. And JP Ignis does call Aranea an ally or 味方 (mikata).


Tom and Bob
Blake Babies

the reason i will always live in new england is because i have no idea who any of these country artists are and for that i am grateful

A Heart Can Stop a Bullet
  • A Heart Can Stop a Bullet
  • Hope of the States

I am happy, guilty, just the same
you do nothing
I cannot look when I know
friend, you do it to yourself
I care too much to watch your life fall down

I see the little light that shines
I hear the tiny sounds that try
So hard to give me hope
And change the things I hate the most

Hear Ye✋Hear Ye👋 My name is Samuel Seabury 👦🏼 Here are my 🆓 thoughts on the 😫✖️Continental Congress😫✖️ Heed not those rabbles who scream "🇺🇸✔️Revolution!✔️🇺🇸" They have not your interest at heart💔😥 Chaos😱 and Bloodshed🔪🔪 are NOT the solution! Pray 🙏🏻 the 👑King👑 shows them his mercy! Send this to 1️⃣0️⃣ Luscious Loyalists💁 to stop those Rabbles ❌❌
Oh my, well isn’t this curious? The one person in all of the castle whom I have a well-known grudge against is suddenly in a predicament where she may very well lose her life…
—  Joren of Stone Mountain