i won't change, not for you, not for anyone
Life's a lesson and I'm learning as I go.
Mistakes are inevitable, but make us who we are. Ironically, I'm a perfectionist. Life's a bit shitty but friends and music make it worthwhile. I live for the high times. Most people are selfish. They let you down. Trust no-one but yourself. That way you'll never be disappointed. Only I can't help but try to see the best in others. I'm disappointed most of the time.

I like Joan Jett, AC/DC, The Velvet Underground, Arctic Monkeys, Two Door Cinema Club, Paolo Nutini, The Hunts, Amy Winehouse, Jake Bugg, Tom Odell, Ellie Goulding, Ben Howard, Daughter, Marina & The Diamonds, Alt J, Zero7, Birdy, Lewis Watson, Adele, Ed Sheeran, McFly, Jessie J, Bruno Mars, The Maine, The Wombats, Imagine Dragons, Temper Trap, White Stripes, Bruce Springsteen, The Kinks, Ladyhawke, The Rolling Stones, The Calling, and Corinne Bailey Rae.

tangledguardians:

1/6 life ruinersKristoff Bjorgman 

Like it? I love it! I could kiss you! I could. I mean I’d like to. I… may I? We me? I mean, may we? Wait, what?

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dw:

when someone gives you directions but you go the wrong way

image

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cute

cute

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loserpoet:

it’s a metaphor

loserpoet:

it’s a metaphor

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dancedancemiserable:

[na na na plays in the background]

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30secondstomars:

Some good news for ARTIFACT:
Jared Leto’s Music Doc to Premiere on VH1 and Palladia

Oscar winner Jared Leto’s award-winning documentary “Artifact” will make its television premiere on VH1 and Palladia.
Produced by Leto and Emma Ludbrook, the doc follows Leto’s band 30 Seconds to Mars and the harsh realities of the modern music business as they overcame a legal dispute with their label and their struggles to produce their album “This Is War.”
In 2008, 30 Seconds to Mars was sued for $30 million by Virgin/EMI, the band’s parent label, for breach of contract following the group’s attempted exit from its agreement over a royalties dispute.
“I hope that artists and audiences watch this film and get a greater understanding of how things work in the music industry, because understanding is the beginning of change,” said Leto. “Inevitably, we’re all moving toward what I hope is a more transparent system.”
“Artifact” took home the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival People’s Choice documentary award and the Audience Award at the 22nd Gotham Independent Film Awards.
“That the indie “Artifact” plays as an expose of corporate exploitation stands to benefit the unpretentious Leto and his bandmates — suitably, as the pic makes plain the myriad reasons for record labels’ revenue decline and subsequent cash-grab tactics,” wrote Variety’s Rob Nelson after the Toronto screening.
“Artifact” will be simulcast on both channels at 11 p.m. April 26th. It will also air on MTV channels later this summer and will be available on-demand in the VH1 app.

30secondstomars:

Some good news for ARTIFACT:

Jared Leto’s Music Doc to Premiere on VH1 and Palladia

Oscar winner Jared Leto’s award-winning documentary “Artifact” will make its television premiere on VH1 and Palladia.

Produced by Leto and Emma Ludbrook, the doc follows Leto’s band 30 Seconds to Mars and the harsh realities of the modern music business as they overcame a legal dispute with their label and their struggles to produce their album “This Is War.”

In 2008, 30 Seconds to Mars was sued for $30 million by Virgin/EMI, the band’s parent label, for breach of contract following the group’s attempted exit from its agreement over a royalties dispute.

“I hope that artists and audiences watch this film and get a greater understanding of how things work in the music industry, because understanding is the beginning of change,” said Leto. “Inevitably, we’re all moving toward what I hope is a more transparent system.”

“Artifact” took home the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival People’s Choice documentary award and the Audience Award at the 22nd Gotham Independent Film Awards.

“That the indie “Artifact” plays as an expose of corporate exploitation stands to benefit the unpretentious Leto and his bandmates — suitably, as the pic makes plain the myriad reasons for record labels’ revenue decline and subsequent cash-grab tactics,” wrote Variety’s Rob Nelson after the Toronto screening.

“Artifact” will be simulcast on both channels at 11 p.m. April 26th. It will also air on MTV channels later this summer and will be available on-demand in the VH1 app.

make me choose: oh-captainmyswan asked scallison or allisaac.
anon asked scallison or scira.

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katara:

This is the guy that played Neville in Harry Potter.

i like his new wand 

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vufus:

"Landscape Series"

Artist: Michael Mckee

these are amazing!

(Source: vufus)

vufus:

"Cosmic Brain"
Artist: Jon Lomberg

vufus:

"Cosmic Brain"

Artist: Jon Lomberg

vufus:

"Stargaze"
Artist: Gem J Shimada

vufus:

"Stargaze"

Artist: Gem J Shimada