Doing things the way you see it, going by your own heart and soul, that is pure artistic integrity. Whatever the hair is six or sixty inches long, the eyes have make-up or not, the riffs are in ‘E’ or 'F’ sharp, the amps are Marshall or not, all those things don’t matter if you are doing it for the right reason, which to me means doing it for yourself.
I didn’t gif the “Now put you glasses back on, you look weird” because I hit the 10 gif limit, not because it was the typical ‘last line that ruined the scene’. In fact, I think Sheldon telling Amy to put her glasses back on meant that not only does Sheldon accept and love her despite her flaws, but also that her flaws in some way make her better.
Cliff Burton (Metallica) - For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live in August 31, 1985 at Day on the Green, Oakland, CA).
"Cliff was so completely honest to himself and the people around him. He hated all this being-put-on-a-pedestal bullshit.“ Lars Ulrich, 1986
"To this day, I think of him every day.” Kirk Hammett, 1988
"He was a wild, hippie-ish, acid-taking, bell-bottom-wearing guy. He meant business, and you couldn’t fuck around with him. I wanted to get that respect that he had. We gave him shit about his bell-bottoms everyday. He didn’t care. “This is what I wear. Fuck you.” He loved music. He was really intellectual but very to the point. He taught me alot about attitude.“ James Hetfield, 1993.
“When every creature in the world is born
a spirit stands beside them
to light their way through the long dark nights
and sing them songs to guide them.
Because each of us has a destiny
that sets us all apart.
The path is different for you and me
but the journey begins in the heart”.