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guitarmanjb:

rollingstone:

Courtney Love blasts Bruce Springsteen, “Saxophones don’t belong in rock & roll.”

Rock songs i can name off the top of my head that feature saxophone:
"Born To Run" - Bruce Springsteen
"Lady Madonna" - The Beatles
"Yakety Yak" - The Coasters
"Brown Sugar" - The Rolling Stones
"Money" - Pink Floyd
"The Loco-Motion" - Little Eva
"Baker Street" - Gerry Rafferty
"Walk On The Wild Side" - Lou Reed
"Respect" - Aretha Franklin
"The National Anthem" - Radiohead
"Never Tear Us Apart" - INXS
"Fun House" - The Stooges
"Young Americans" - David Bowie
"Moondance" - Van Morrison
"Aja" - Steely Dan
"Tequila" - The Champs
Courtney Love songs I can name off the top of my head:
 
Conclusion: Courtney Love doesn’t belong in rock & roll.

guitarmanjb:

rollingstone:

Courtney Love blasts Bruce Springsteen, “Saxophones don’t belong in rock & roll.”

Rock songs i can name off the top of my head that feature saxophone:

  • "Born To Run" - Bruce Springsteen
  • "Lady Madonna" - The Beatles
  • "Yakety Yak" - The Coasters
  • "Brown Sugar" - The Rolling Stones
  • "Money" - Pink Floyd
  • "The Loco-Motion" - Little Eva
  • "Baker Street" - Gerry Rafferty
  • "Walk On The Wild Side" - Lou Reed
  • "Respect" - Aretha Franklin
  • "The National Anthem" - Radiohead
  • "Never Tear Us Apart" - INXS
  • "Fun House" - The Stooges
  • "Young Americans" - David Bowie
  • "Moondance" - Van Morrison
  • "Aja" - Steely Dan
  • "Tequila" - The Champs

Courtney Love songs I can name off the top of my head:

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Conclusion: Courtney Love doesn’t belong in rock & roll.

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openbookstore:

updownbindery:

harperperennial:

MEERKAT.

What is there to decide? 

Not even a choice.

openbookstore:

updownbindery:

harperperennial:

MEERKAT.

What is there to decide? 

Not even a choice.

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modcloth:

Summer can’t come soon enough. 

modcloth:

Summer can’t come soon enough. 

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gzeu:

WU TANG FOREVA

gzeu:

WU TANG FOREVA

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faeriepools:

Do not touch your body with bad intentions. Rub your belly when it is full. Stroke your soft skin. Hug yourself, even if it’s silly, because it feels nice. Pleasure yourself. Do not touch your body with bad intentions. Do not pinch at the fat on your stomach. Do not scratch at your skin. Do not hate the shell you’re encased in.

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Sign o’ the times in the industrial northeast?  

Sign o’ the times in the industrial northeast?  

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newyorker:

Sarah Larson on the 2014 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony: http://nyr.kr/1eAYSxB

“At the night’s end, Nirvana—who had suffered more than any other inductee, and had complained about nothing—brought everybody to a higher plane. Hearing Nirvana there felt much the way hearing Nirvana had in the first place, circa ‘Bleach’ and ‘Nevermind.’ It was the sound of joy, rage, crisis, calm, love, vitality: the reason we love rock and roll.”

Above: Kim Gordon, Joan Jett, St. Vincent, and Lorde, who played with Nirvana. Photograph by Theo Wargo/WireImage/Getty.

newyorker:

Sarah Larson on the 2014 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony: http://nyr.kr/1eAYSxB

“At the night’s end, Nirvana—who had suffered more than any other inductee, and had complained about nothing—brought everybody to a higher plane. Hearing Nirvana there felt much the way hearing Nirvana had in the first place, circa ‘Bleach’ and ‘Nevermind.’ It was the sound of joy, rage, crisis, calm, love, vitality: the reason we love rock and roll.”

Above: Kim Gordon, Joan Jett, St. Vincent, and Lorde, who played with Nirvana. Photograph by Theo Wargo/WireImage/Getty.

(Source: newyorker.com)

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"Reflecting on the use of the tag in social media, Amanda Levitt of Fat Body Politics, asserts that she is not interested in performing her fatness in socially acceptable ways. She, and the others embracing #notyourgoodfatty, are defiant resisters in the war against fat people. They refuse to be fat in appropriate ways. They are, in short, doing fatness wrong."

— Friend of Marilyn, On #notyourgoodfatty (<— a good read)

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"Collective movements for social justice do not gain traction through niceness. American women did not gain the right to vote by skipping down Pennsylvania Avenue while whistling cute songs about suffrage: they picketed, they marched, they yelled, they were arrested. Abusive partners and rapists will not be stopped by women having heart-to-hearts with their violators over coffee, because ghosts cannot talk and broken fingers cannot lift a latte. The patriarchy cannot be shattered by good vibes. In order to bring about change, old and oppressive structures must be destroyed. Destruction is not negative if what will grow from the rubble is something that will create a safer, healthier, stronger society."

Feminism is Not “The F Word” — Seventh Grove

Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer said she doesn’t identify as a feminist because feminism is “too negative.” Here’s what I have to say about that…

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broken fingers cannot lift a latte is going to stick with me.

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