Today is the anniversary of The Simpsons first appearance on television.

On April 19, 1987, “Goodnight” was aired on The Tracey Ullman Show.

Happy Birthday, Simpsons!

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dollwire asked: 17, 26, and 3 ;)

17. Have you ever met a celebrity?

Mostly just people in bands: Against Me!, Janet Weiss, Corin Tucker, Sara Lund, uh…that’s all I can remember right now. I met Demitri Martin, went to a David Sedaris book signing (he’s so sweet), and I shook John McCain’s hand once.

26. Name five facts about yourself that not many people know.

1. My high school graduating class was six people (including me). I was valedictorian.
2. I’ve never broken a bone.
3. I actually enjoy NASCAR (though I rarely watch it anymore) and I’ve been to a NASCAR race. It was fun, and it was the loudest thing I’ve ever experienced.
4. I’ve never smoked pot or done any other drug (other than booze)
5. I played baseball (elementary school), football (middle school) and basketball (high school). I was terrible at all of them.

3. Would you kiss the last person you kissed again?

Over and over <3 <3 <3


come and talk to me? maybe? pls?

  • 1. First thing you wash in the shower?
  • 2. Are you more of a coffee or tea drinker?
  • 3. Would you kiss the last person you kissed again?
  • 4. Do you plan outfits?
  • 5. How are you feeling RIGHT now?
  • 6. What's the closest thing to you thats red?
  • 7. Tell me about the last dream you remember having.
  • 8. What are you craving right now?
  • 9. Turn ons?
  • 10. Turn offs?
  • 11. What comes to mind when I say cabbage?
  • 12. When was the last time you cried? Why?
  • 13. Did the one person who hurt you most in your life apologize?
  • 14. Favorite movie ever?
  • 15. Favorite book ever?
  • 16. Do you like yourself?
  • 17. Have you ever met a celebrity?
  • 18. If you could choose one celebrity to meet, who would you choose?
  • 19. What are you listening to right now?
  • 20. How many countries have you visited?
  • 21. Are your parents strict?
  • 22. Would you go sky diving?
  • 23. Would you go out to eat with George W. Bush?
  • 24. Is there anything you want to say to someone?
  • 25. Have you ever been in a castle?
  • 26. Name five facts about yourself that not many people know.
  • 27. Ever had a near death experience? If so, what happened?
  • 28. Ever been on a train?
  • 29. Ever been in love?
  • 30. If you were paid 1,000 dollars to spend the night in a supposed haunted house, would you do it?
  • 31. If you could trade places with any person living or dead, who would you trade places with?
  • 32. Whom do you admire and why?
  • 33. What was your favorite bedtime story as a child?
  • 34. What was your best experience on drugs or alcohol?
  • 35. What was your worst experience on drugs or alcohol?
  • 36. Do you believe in ghosts, werewolves, or vampires?
  • 37. Which fictional movie or book character most represents who you are?
  • 38. If you could go back in time, which time period would you visit?
  • 39. Dealer's choice! Any question you’d like to make up.


You may say I’m a dreamer

but the media men beg to differ



i have been avoiding it until now but i’m looking at job postings at home for when i graduate and i don’t even want to try

entry level admin job that requires 6 years of experience and a masters is “desirable,” how about i just set all these people on fire can that be my job

As someone who works in HR, seeing six years of experience and a masters for that kind of job fills me with white-hot rage.




This LOVELY 1966 Fender Jazzmaster with a prototype Roger Rossmeisl Rossmeisl, famous for his work designing instruments for Rickenbacker, (also a mentor to Semie Moseley of Mosrite guitars) moved to Fender in ‘62 and designed some of our favorite instruments, including the line of Fender acoustics from that era and the Coronado.

This very special instrument features a headstock design that shares its outline with that of the Coronado, but also has a carved portion that shows off the body color as well. The raised bit recalls images of the Parker Fly, strangely enough.

This guitar was originally Lake Placid Blue, but was refinished in Burgundy Mist for the Fender employee that acquired it in the 1980s. Also notable is that this one belonged to Freddie Tavares, who was partially responsible for the Stratocaster along with Bill Carson and Leo Fender.

This was recently featured as one of Fretboard Journal's Catch of the Day series, and is for sale on eBay for $19,999.


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  • age 11: worry about internet people finding me in real life
  • now: worry about people in real life finding me on the internet