to_the_sun

Ryan, 29, Masculino, Estados UnidosÚltima visita: junho 2014

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  • mozie_mayer

    Nice taste in music. Have you had the pleasure of catching Marriages live in concert?

    4 Set 2012 Responder
  • kyle21_21

    The shout notification thing must be invisible.

    30 Mar 2012 Responder
  • kyle21_21

    Why did I not see your shout until now!!! Ah!

    10 Fev 2012 Responder
  • Vtmsp510

    Yeah I have some ASMZ live stuff, I can put it on dropbox if you want. Do you know who put all that Decemberists stuff on there? I'm just trying to upload something else on there for my brother and it says I can't put anything else on there

    25 Dez 2011 Responder
  • Vtmsp510

    Yeah I know, it should be awesome. I've never seen them either, although I wanted to see them when they came here summer of '08 (they came to the State or Varsity, I can't remember which), it should be a really great show though.

    2 Dez 2011 Responder
  • SufletulSunete

    #stillsuperduper.

    4 Jan 2011 Responder
  • articpenguin

    mistake i've noticed and kept with. originally, started because of a limited character username, and have used it for other things. my mistake. but nice charts by the way.

    31 Dez 2010 Responder
  • SufletulSunete

    noagenoagenoagenoagenoage tomorrow. that's a question..

    22 Nov 2010 Responder
  • SufletulSunete

    Your compliance is most appreciated. I wish there was a showw or something super bitchin to keep us submerged in entertainment the whole of the evening. you know, after your fingers begin to bleed.

    18 Nov 2010 Responder
  • SufletulSunete

    I will play..the game. /the waitress..refreshing beverages. And listening to the people who actually know how to play music. Maybe I'll bring along my triangle, if I'm feeling crazy..

    16 Nov 2010 Responder
  • SufletulSunete

    YESS. I'm sorry I was stranded in Minneapolis this weekend. BUT I'm thinking a Thursday night within this week sounds pretty darn groovy for jam sessioning. Lemme know your opinion on such a matter..

    15 Nov 2010 Responder
  • liquidamerica

    I never check my friend requests. I am glad someone likes the fucking Deftones.

    15 Out 2010 Responder
  • SufletulSunete

    I'm due to come up there anywayy..so maybe i'll just bring my computer and we can usb transfer that shiz? Aaand my useless ipod managed to become even more useless as it imploded on itself..and i can't even charge a new one. My life is shit! haha

    12 Out 2010 Responder
  • SufletulSunete

    woww Ryan. Now I know what that 16gb loss of my soul was about. Well what's mine is yours. I just don't know the best way to transfer it over...so in lament terms, I hope your computer whiz mind has a plan in order..

    26 Set 2010 Responder
  • SufletulSunete

    I'm on my way homeeeee. They were wonderful. Simply wonderful. BUT they're going to Tucson October 12....SO I have to miss it. and hate my life with in you in MN. We should request a personal show or something for all our devotion yeah? Just a suggestion.

    26 Set 2010 Responder
  • lindinberg

    Fuck you.

    4 Set 2010 Responder
  • lindinberg

    Fuck you.

    19 Ago 2010 Responder
  • kellyellyson

    MONO in Minneapolis May 19th! http://www.last.fm/event/1430543+Mono+at+Triple+Rock+Social+Club+on+19+May+2010

    28 Fev 2010 Responder
  • sailfake

    are they sold out?

    23 Out 2009 Responder
  • sailfake

    yep got it

    23 Out 2009 Responder
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Sobre mim

As if watching a documentary: a scientist with large thick-rimmed glasses passionately explains his work. Some new biological development that allows a species to assimilate social behavior reminiscent of humans'. The idea being that the subject population will bear young more fruitfully, actively teaching the new generation, as only humans do, thereby bringing about a renaissance within the animals' society. The scientist explains that population growth is expected, and in fact has already been demonstrated in previous testing. He begins to tear up and then cry outwardly as he confesses that the goal of the research now at hand is to move the population out of the lab setting and into a wild environment. It is certain, the scientist purports, that the population will collapse. To fall back in balance with nature will mean the culling of the vast majority of individuals, their advanced social and perceptual skills useless in the face of limited resources and ensuing starvation. Useless that is, except for the individuals to grasp with fuller and keener understanding the stark gravity of their impending demise.
The documentary now switches to a pair of these individuals, monkeys, something similar to tamarins, with soft, faintly iridescent, dark-grey fur, a great furrow of which encircles their faces, to the extent that their heads resemble small satellite dishes. One, a female, holds the other's head, face not visible, in her lap and idly runs her hands through its furrow. The surroundings of the pair are dark, that is black, and filled with a-geometric shapes. They are seen through a glass globe of some kind, perhaps the confines of their laboratory holding, or perhaps the screen through which i watch the documentary, for by this point a more first-person stance has begun to coalesce. More and more, there is an i to speak of, separate from the monkeys, superior to them in that they are unaware of me, they are subjects, of science, of documentation, and of my interest.
As she (it?) strokes the other, she muses, head cocked lazily at a slight angle, eyes drifting to the places of which she speaks. For speak she does; the scientist's research, it is apparent, was able to transcend the language barrier between species, though whether the monkey is articulating in human dialect or merely chattering it is not clear as the documentary has dubbed over her speech with a soothing and sophisticated, Jane Eyre-like British voice. She is being asked about her upcoming transition. She seems to regard it as a great leap forward, a place where she can set down roots and begin a life better suited to the consciousness which she has been bestowed.
Outside of the globe, another female. Though I am riveted to the documentary, through my peripheral i become aware of this human, supple her flesh and immaculate of form. And a hand then on my own flesh; of the body to which its constituency belongs i gain with each moment a greater awareness.
The monkey is losing herself within her own wandering, peaceful thoughts, speaking (or chattering) no longer in communion with the camera, forgetful now of her position as the subject of an interview, musing to herself about the bright future and the city, as she seems to fancy it, to which she will be going.
Breathing upon my ear, for now i have an ear, soft lips that kiss and a gentle sluice of wind tantalize my conscious mind.
The monkey begins to trail off, chattering now only intermittently, though Jane Eyre translates still faithfully, "somewhere... I can learn..."
The globe begins to lose existence.
"...how to treat a real man..."
The black amorphous shapes on which the monkeys are perched begin to gain more substance.
"...a real man..."
The grey of the monkeys' fur seems to be of the same substance.
"...a real man..."
In a final juxtaposition, the grey and black slide into focus and reveal themselves to be the ripples and furrows of my bed sheets. My eyes, for now i have eyes, and many other things besides, are open, and i realize that they have been for quite some time.

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