One way to avoid killing your heart is to decide that you will spend your whole life growing up. I am not saying you should aspire to the maturity level of the characters in Hot Tub Time Machine; I am suggesting we resist a life that looks, in line-graph form, like it goes up and up and up and then it stops, and then it levels out, and then it stays on that flat plane until death. I hope to live a life that goes up and up and up until the end, with the inevitable dip here and there. I hope to continue to learn and change. — Tavi Gevinson, “Forever,” a remarkable essay
Punk is whatever we made it to be. — D. Boon, Minutemen (via marksbirch)
Never had such a good time in my life before
I’d like to have it one time more, one good ride from start to end
(Bob Minkin photo)
to hell with Facebook, more bands need to do these.
“There is absolutely no greater high than challenging the power structure as a nobody, giving it your all, and winning.”
Happy birthday Abbie Hoffman