Vampire us enna—acissej
imagine a vampire going “fuck it” and just taking some antihistamines before going to town on a plate of garlic bread
later on it’s wheeled into the ER with like a puffed up face and it just goes “I have been on this earth 10 thousand years but i have not lived until this day”
Courtney Love antics <3
and Kurt Cobains little sister
Corgan and Fabian separated sometime during the summer of 1996, and divorced in 1997. Corgan for a long time would not discuss his marriage and divorce saying,
“There is not and will not be any public record on my marriage – that’s one thing I have to draw lines around.”
But in 2005, he described some of the circumstances of his marriage in his online Confessions. In the confessions, Billy states that he was hurt that Chris did not take his last name after their marriage.
While they were married, he described her as
“The best friend you could have for the last ten years.”
After she filed for divorce he said,
“She didn’t even like my first album, the bitch.”
"There are some people - whether it’s Ian Curtis or Bob Dylan Or Kurt - whose messages and lyrics and personality truly is bitter than a guitar and a stage and an audience. And that can be the most powerful thing. […] and then you have people that just have a huge emotional presence. I think Kurt had an incredibly deep and powerful emotional presence that made it so that he didn’t have to take step one in any direction, because the sound of his voice and his intention of what he was doing onstage was enough to blow an arena full of people away. Coming from the hardcore scene where most of the singers were just fucking insane - to see someone that could just stand and scream his throat raw and have that be enough was really something. I’ve never been in a band with someone like that. And I never will be again, that’s for sure." - Dave Grohl
This sums it up perfectly. Basic guitar skills, but such emotion and power that came through in the notes and his voice
This should be reblogged by everyone. Even if you’re straight, you should be a supporter.
Guerilla City Square food stall feeds Melbourne’s homeless
Greg Geering (centre) at the city food stall. Photo: Justin McManus
The maverick founder of a grassroots City Square daily food stall for the homeless has vowed to continue indefinitely after lasting seven weeks without council intervention.
In an echo of the unrelated Occupy Melbourne movement in which anti-establishment protesters camped in the square three years ago, volunteers from the Recycled Food Network set up a marquee each afternoon, handing out free food donated from cafes.
Founder Greg Geering, 31, a computer engineer who works in Collins Street, said his group is staunchly non-aligned with any churches.
He said some homeless people say that at religious food vans and stalls, they feel they are treated more as “clients” than human beings, and staff often have superior attitudes and won’t eat the food they are handing out.
"I find that to be quite disgusting. It’s like, it’s good enough for the people on the street but not good enough for them."
At his City Square stall, “people will see me eating there so they feel safe, they can see the food is OK and it’s good enough for me”.
He said the idea behind it was ”to be ‘humans to humans’ and if they’re in a position [where] they need to eat, they shouldn’t be treated any differently if they didn’t need it - people being treated as equals”.
But he said people come not so much for the food but to sit down and talk. “A lot of people open up, just by relaxing and having a meal with someone. It’s easy to open up and talk about your issues and things you have going on in your life.”
Mr Geering said the council has not approved the stall, but nor has it asked them to leave.
His understanding is that because the network is not selling food, it does not require a permit and they are on public land.
A City of Melbourne spokesman said Mr Geering had made contact but the council did not want to comment further.
Mr Geering said it started in late July when he befriended a homeless man in the square.
They decided to approach cafes for surplus food, and at two of the first three cafes staff gave them about 20 sandwiches, salads and dim sims, which they handed out from a box.
Now, each day he and up to 10 volunteers go to 17 cafes for food donations, and from 5pm to 7.30pm (1pm to 5pm on weekends), give it out to up to 80 people.
Margaret, 45, who was until recently homeless for two years, said the square was close to toilets, public transport and welfare services and she loved that it was secular. “Some people just don’t go to the Salvos,” she said. “They don’t like to feel like they’re needy. I know some people that won’t even come [to a church food van] and I’ll take food back for them because they don’t want to be judged by other people walking by, and to be around that scene. I know it’s sad but it’s true.”
Mr Geering has taken leave from his professional consulting job in Melbourne and Sydney to work on the food service, which he plans to run indefinitely. “I hope that it will continue through the help of people around the area.”
He wants to set up similar stalls at the State Library of Victoria, Queen Victoria Market and Southern Cross Station.
Contact the Recycled Food Network on Facebook or by email: email@example.com
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