I love rehearsing and playing music I like/love. but never in the “let’s get it over with” way; ALWAYS in the “we love this there isn’t anything we’d WANT to do!”-way!
(I really don’t understand musicians who don’t feel that way, but, lucky me.)
on-going thoughts of -whatever-
when do I owe it to people to try to MAKE THEM COMFORTABLE… I mean, SERIOUSLY, let’s think about this-
how can you KNOW that “the status quo SOCIAL “NORMSSSSSS”
REALLY ACTUALLY make people comfortable?”
isn’t it JUST as likely (with MY kind of people it is)
think that said social niceties are kinda stupid
and that they will be HAPPIER, THANKFUL, if you just cut through and get to ACTUAL SUBSTANCE, you know,
I certainly think so.
James Brown Make Happy.
this is an ongoing experience of mine, thinking about this. and life.
HAHAHAHA!! SELF CRACK UP!!!
I just realized (it has been dwelling in me for some time)
that I seem to trust people who evince very obvious signs of
“not accepting, not settling for, normal society.”
when people (seem to at least) evince such signs….
it seems that I get all excited, as if “OOH, another one? maybe?? will you be my friend?”
(and yes, a lot of such people, even most of them that I know, attended CalArts.)
an email from CALARTS ASKING ME FOR MONEY!!
things to say:
1. I went to CalArts.
2. it is the coolest place on earth; I love it, with an L.
3. I love music and art and dance stuffs, and they are awesome.
4. I don’t make much money (though I know that music and art and dance are “there very own wonder and that is good enough.