(Source: ketsketch)

My favorite Stephen Lynch song

It’s too early in the morning glory To read another allegory story, The father, reads a little bit farther, Assuring the assured that they need not bother
“When God, in verse 45, said the slaves are okay to buy, He meant that people, all from the start Each have slaves within their hearts.
Things, that we have sold or boughten, that are forced to pick our moral cotton
God calls us to set these free, free our hearts from slavery…

Matisyahu - King Without A Crown (Live)

4th of July weekend at Surf City, NC

4th of July weekend at Surf City, NC

(Source: fuks, via ruinedchildhood)

Don’t know if anyone has noticed…

Every opening of The Colbert Report includes a number in the credits descending from 100. This is sadly the number of remaining CR shows before Colbert leaves for Late Night.

Fargo is my new Breaking Bad

GRIMLY: “What the point?”

NEIGHBOR: “The point is no matter how much you give, you can’t solve the world’s problems.”

GRIMLY: “But you gotta try, don’t you?”

Mike Birbiglia expands the Christian rock genre

Full Moon by Eden Ahbez

To live in an oil shack by the sea
(And breathe the sweet salt air) To live with the dawn and the dusk The new moon and the full moon The tides the wind and the rain… To surf and comb the beach
And gather sea shells and drift-wood
And know the thrill of loneliness And lose all sense of time
And be free
To hike over the island to the village
And visit the marketplace
And enjoy the music and the food and the people
And do a little trading
And see the great ships come and go
And, man, have me a ball
And in the evening
(When the sky is on fire)
Heaven and earth become my great open cathedral
Where all men are brothers
Where all things are bound by law And crowned with love
Poor, alone and happy I walk by the surf and make a fire on the beach
And as darkness covers the face of the deep
Lie down in the wild grass
And dream the dream that the dreamers dream
I am the wind, the sea, the evening star
I am everyone, anyone, no one.