Gender Neutral Pop-Punk

A mix of pop-punk songs about somebody, that use gender neutral language!

Don’t Go, Don’t Stray - Transit // Home For Fall - Real Friends // There, There - The Wonder Years // I Miss You - Candy Hearts // Twin Size Mattress - The Front Bottoms // When It Rains - Paramore // Love Your Friends, Die Laughing - Man Overboard // I’ll Give You A Hint, Yes - Mixtapes // Jesus Christ - Brand New // I Miss You - Blink-182 // Hot 97 Summer Jam - Chumped // Losing Teeth - Neck Deep // Sleep Talk - Old Again


Venus Retrograde

This transit has already started and will go on all the way throughout August.

It’s a time to reevalute our relationships and values, what we think is important in other people or our sense of beauty and style.

It’s not the best time to actively change up your looks, buy new things or start a relationship. But it’s the right time to go within and contemplate those topics.

For me, in the past few days I have realized some things that are really important for me in the kinds of people I want in my life:

  • They should be passionate about something and independently pursue their own dreams and not just drift around, following others
  • They should be able to sit in silence with me and not experience it as awkward, trying to fill it with small talk.

What about you? How have you been reevalutaing your relationships, sense of  style and values lately?

This GIF shows why cars are basically the worst way to move people in a city

The GIF comes from a recently released infographic created by the Seattle-based research organization International Sustainable Solutions. It shows just how inefficient automobiles are when it comes to space, especially if people are driving alone — which is about 75% of the time.

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Fancy carpool, bro.

August 22, 1972 A second-hand blue Volkswagen bus is the pride of the Metropolitan Transit Association, Inc. It also is the only vehicle the company owns. The newly formed group has six members, and five of them commute daily in the vehicle from their homes in the Stillwater area to their jobs in Minneapolis. They and the sixth member, a Roseville resident who is joining the group this week, expect the venture to save them each hundreds of dollars a year. William Seaman, Minneapolis Star Tribune