Favorite Albums
Something Corporate - Leaving Thru The Window, Say Anything - ...Is A Real Boy, Dashboard Confessional - A Mark, A Mission, A Brand, A Scar, BoomSnake - Give and Take, The Format - Interventions and Lullabies, Val Emmich - Sunlight Searchparty, Taking Back Sunday - Tell All Your Friends
Favorite Songs
Something Corporate - Fall, Say Anything - Woe, Melee - Built To Last, BoomSnake - Busy, Snuffaluffagus - So What Are Your Thoughts? Manchester Orchestra - I Can Feel A Hot One, The Street - Dry Your Eyes, Willy Mason - Oxygen, The Format - I'm Ready, I am
Favorite Bands
Something Corporate, Limbeck, The Format, Brand New, Say Anything, Firescape, Jack's Mannequin, Adelphi, The Color Turning, Straylight Run, Saves The Day, I Can Make A Mess Like Nobody's Business, The Early November, Thrusday, The Starting Line, Dashboard Confessional, Hidden In Plain View, Home Grown, Punchline, Motion City Soundtrack, The Honorary Title, Koufax, Armor For Sleep, Halifax, Hellogoodbye, Houston Calls, Jenoah, Acceptance, Allister, Amber Pacific, Socratic, Steel Train, Val Emmich, Billy Joel, The Eagles, Park, Paramore, Dave Melillo, Moneen, Melee, The Movielife, Slow Runner, Lucky Boys Confusion, Pistolita, Ela, Head Automatica, Anathallo, Anberlin, BoomSnake, Snufaluffagus, Weatherbox, Allister, Matt Pryor
Favorite Books
The Perks Of Being A Wallflower - Stephen Chrobsky, Nothing Feels Good: Punk Rock Teenagers And Emo - Andy Greenwald, Revolution On Canvas - Various, Sex Drugs And Cocoa Puff - Chuck Klosterman, Killing Yourself To Live - Chuck Klosterman, IV - Chuck Klosterman
Favorite Movies
Wristcutters: A Love Story, Almost Famous, The Lion King, Eternal Sunshine on a Spotless Mind, Fight Club, Garden State
Favorite TV Shows
GIRLS, Modern Family, The West Wing, Boy Meets World
Personal Note
"Though I obviously have no proof of this, the one aspect of life that seems clear to me is that good people do whatever they believe is the right thing to do. Being virtuous is hard, not easy. The idea of doing good things simply because you’re good seems like a zero-sum game; I’m not even sure those actions would still qualify as ‘good,’ since they’d merely be a function of normal behavior. Regardless of what kind of god you believe in—a loving god, a vengeful god, a capricious god, a snooty beret-wearing French god, or whatever—one has to assume that you can’t be penalized for doing the things you believe to be truly righteous and just. Certainly, this creates some pretty glaring problems: Hitler may have thought he was serving God. Stalin may have thought he was serving God (or something vaguely similar). I’m certain Osama bin Laden was positive he was serving God. It’s not hard to fathom that all of those maniacs were certain that what they were doing was right. Meanwhile, I constantly do things that I know are wrong; they’re not on the same scale as incinerating Jews or blowing up skyscrapers, but my motivations might be worse. I have looked directly into the eyes of a woman I loved and told her lies for no reason, except that those lies would allow me to continue having sex with another woman I cared about less. This act did not kill 20 million Russian peasants, but it might be more ‘diabolical’ in a literal sense. If I died and found out I was going to hell and Stalin was in heaven, I would note the irony, but I couldn’t complain. I don’t make the fucking rules" - Chuck Klosterman
I'm a dreamer, a believer, and an underwater basket weaver
Music, beer, whiskey, baseball (specially the Oakland Athletics)
konfusedsoul346 hasn't created any threads yet. They must be new.
Last Login: 12:41 PM (06/03/14)
No one has written on Sara's wall.
You can be the first.

Search News
Release Dates
Best New Music
Submit News
Mobile Version
AP.net Logos
Encore Podcast
Free Music
Sports Forum
Technology Forum
Contact Us
Copyright Policy
Terms of Service
Privacy Policy
Twitter | Facebook | RSS
Encore Podcast on iTunes
Encore on Overcast
AP.net on Tumblr
Chorus.fm | @jason_tate