Also. Important. Anyone that has a smart phone: download the free app called “path”. It “combines Facebook and twitter…”, only allows 50 friends, you can post pictures all through a very cool program very similar to instagram’s camera options/filters; and you can smile, wink, gasp, and heart any of your friends posts.
Just check it out.
Also includes the option to find me on it.
P.S. it only asks for your name and email.
Run-on sentences welcome.
I still can’t exactly conclude who that anonymous fighter was. But I do know that it was one of my followers. And I have limited it down to two people. And there’s only a 50% chance I’m wrong because if it wasn’t the one person, it was the other person.
You know, I haven’t even thought about it again until now, the first time I’ve been on tumblr for about 3 months maybe? But now that I’m on it now, I’m thinking about it.
So to mr and mrs anonymous, I hope you’re doing well, honestly. I don’t know what went wrong between us and I’m sorry it did. I had no idea that’s how you really thought of me, which is sad—for me—but life goes on. That being said, in 15 years from now, I won’t remember what you culprits said and how you kind of just barged into my life (again/randomly) and tried to stir things up. I will however remember you for the good times we probably had together though. Because that’s really all that matters. (to me, that is).
My title of this is deceiving because I don’t want to actually fight. I wanted to mean something cool, that’s like a metaphor for fighting or something like that; really I don’t know.
(I’ve never been to one before, but I feel like I’m in confession right now.)
To all or the no one that see’s this—
I hope you’re doing more for others than you are for yourself. We’re all hypocrites in a way if we say we already are. Just keep the golden rule in mind.
Kinda wish I had more to say.
not about the walking dead or shit about kony
that is all
I’ve never once felt the need to/have been given not stupid reasons to stop illegally downloading music.
UNTIL. All it took was two facts i heard in my criminal justice class. Granted, I will continue illegally downloading, however, those two small facts have done the most for me in wanting to stop or decrease a little. If they just would’ve said this from the beginning, maybe the “victims” would have a larger in-support base of people.
- 36% of ALL music ever recorded has been pirated.
- In 2010, 95% of all music downloaded was downloaded illegally.
Now as said before, I don’t plan on stopping downloading music illegally, I just thought that—simply put—it better accorded itself with my reality, versus the government’s/”struggling artist’s” reality of illegal downloading.