I leave Tumblr for a few months and they somehow make it slower.
Tiffani Amber Thiessen
This month has been patchy to say the least. My mind has not been able to function properly as the shock of two friends passing away is taking it’s toll.
I hope things will turn around soon, but until then MMM is on a little hiatus.
Hope to see you sooner than later.
Now that I think about it, it’s kind of cool Eminem referenced Primus.
Yelling to my landlord’s dog to shut the f*ck up while I was half asleep probably wasn’t the most thankful thing to do today.
Hindsight: Dude doesn’t shut up, ever. It’s not Christmas.
I know a lot of people that love tacos. Let me speak for my people when I say you’re welcome.
I wonder how many quasi ballers have tried to get their Benz vanity plates to read OTHROTHR. Thanks Kanye.
I wish all the Starbucks in the Houston area would adopt southern slang and use it in their adverts. Always on my grind.
New Yorkers leaving a place are superior to those that are entering said place.
Think of this as you walk down the crowded stairs on the “correct” side and you are greeted by a wall of people with no regard to being cordial.
This is not an anti New York rant, it’s just a comment on social aptitude.
There should be an ambient weed rapper that samples only Harold Budd related music called Harry Budd.
There really is nothing like film. No matter how much it can be simulated, it just isn’t the same.
Sitting here watching this Will.I.Am mini documentary and thinking about where I stand in life and how I feel about where I am.
First off, The Black Eyed Peas are definitely not who they once were musically speaking. This we know. However, after watching Will talk about things and hearing his PMA, it made me miss the homie Roofeeo and it made me say who the fuck cares about what they sound like now? Why can’t he do what he wants to do? I hear inside stories about dude all the time, but I think his reactions are genuine. Sure I don’t like Fergie, but I also don’t like the Black Eyed Peas anymore. If they were still doing what they were doing back then. now. would you still be into them? I highly doubt it. Tastes change, pop music is pop music, and if you don’t like it that is fine with me. What I am trying to say is, we shouldn’t be so negative to things we don’t find likeable.I can almost guarantee if they were still rapping and breaking on stage someone would be saying, “They are still doing that?” It’s a never ending cycle of negativity.
Second, I am stoked I live in New York City. October will be 1 year since I left Texas and though it has been up and down in my life and I can definitely say I am still on a steep climb, I have made it this far. I quit DJing earlier in the year and I still don’t know how I feel about jumping back into that area, but I have always felt bigger and better things coming for me. This still stands true. Though my best friends are on tour and some might be more considerate than others, I adapt to the situation and continue on the quest. It seems to be what I have always done and will continue to do so.
I miss Japan everyday and I plan on living there at some point in my life, but as of right now I live in one of the greatest cities in the world and I am doing it. I am making ends meet. I am surviving in one of the lowest economic times in our lives in one of the most expensive cities in the world.
Now that I think about it, if I were to DJ out and I got a Black Eyed Peas request I would more than likely get reminded of why I quit in the first place. Sorry brah.