Some dudes in SF are doing a cool kickstarter for a pretty cool looking movie. Check it out:

The Last Black Man in San Francisco is a feature-length narrative film currently in pre-production that is inspired by the real life of Jimmie Fails, a third-generation San Franciscan, who dreams of buying back his old family home in the Fillmore.

But this film isn’t just about tough economic times and changing political landscapes in San Francisco. It’s a story about two inseparable misfits who are searching for home in a city they can no longer call their own.

Go HERE to give $$$ and watch the trailer.

Get to Know Me

Name: Jordan Blaze Trevino

Birthday: July 7th, 1994 (7/7/94)

Gender: Mail

Sexual orientation: Straight

Height: 5'7″

Favorite color: Black/Gray

Time and date: June 3rd, 2015

Average hours of sleep: 8-10 lmao

Lucky number: 7

Last thing I googled: Autism

First word that comes to my mind: Time

How many blankets I sleep under: 1

One place that makes me happy: City Lights Book Store

What I’m wearing right now: Pajamas. Black and white checkered sweats and a cozy RVCA shirt

Favorite fictional character: Ultron

Favorite book: Catcher in the Rye

Last movie I saw at the cinema: Poltergeist

Last book I read: The Art of Loneliness by Marina Keegan

Favorite drink: Caramel Macchiato 
Favorite food: Popcorn

Dream vacation: Road trip across America - NY to SF

Dream wedding: x

Dream pet: A bountiful farm of scampering corgis

Dream job: Author

Tagged: No one in particular. Do it if you want.

Truckin' (Acoustic) (Rare)
  • Truckin' (Acoustic) (Rare)
  • Grateful Dead
  • Fillmore West, 8/18/70

Grateful Dead - “Truckin’“
Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA, 8/18/70

-2nd Truckin’ ever performed, 1st know recording. Was performed a day prior (Aug. 17) at the Fillmore West, but there is no audio that is known to exist. A studio version was later released in November 1970 on the album American Beauty, which would become their most recognizable and popular studio album.