The Thing / 1982 fan art posters
You’re not living in the real world, it means nothing to you. I wish I had your faith, maybe then I’d feel safe.
what in the fuck! no!
Source: Rolling Stone
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August 26, 2014
by Bryne Yancey
Unlike my depression, which comes and goes, my social anxiety is a near-constant part of my life.
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I just walked this for some dumb reason. This does not adequately demonstrate the brutality of the hills around Baptist or up 1st street.
What happens when the consumer does not create the demand, assumes all the risk, the supply is virtually unlimited and the supplier sets the price? Mutant Reagonomics, crowd-funding and you.
Haste the Day of Indianapolis have surpassed their $65,000 IndieGoGo goal with 20 days remaining. As of this posting, the Christian Metalcore act have brought in a shocking $75,679 and with so much time remaining they are sure to bring in more. Is this a bad thing? If their fans are willing to fund it then where’s the problem? Is this bizarre twist on supply-side economics the future of the music industry? Where should we draw the line?
Dylan wrote a thing about crowd funding. Some pretty solid points.
I got really socratic with this, and I came out the other side of it with almost a completely different opinion on the subject than I started with.
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