I’ve been listening to the album Say It Like You Mean It by The Starting Line on repeat for the past couple days.

It came out 12 fucking years ago. The version I have is still the old mp3s I ripped from a burnt copy my sister gave me in middle school. They’re so static-ridden and low bitrate; some songs are, as they have always been, just chopped up and fucked as hell that it’s hilarious. But it’s just so GODDAMNED nostalgic. I haven’t ever known any other version of Goodnight’s Sleep or Leaving that didn’t sound like I was rattling my CD player while I burned the disk.

I mean, I guess in a few years we can start mainstream reminiscing emo music but for now I’m just going to bop down the fucking sidewalk mouthing the words to Best Of Me.

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Our beloved Tony Sylvester…


Our beloved Tony Sylvester…


It’s the moment all 2 of you have been waiting for, The Sweet Release is back! Coming to you from Portland with our new Co-Host Jackson (gingerbreadking), we bring you the first episode of the Second Coming of the show, with all the yahoo questions, existential freak outs, Dear Jabbys, and weirdly involved analysis of people trying to marry animals.

I have to fix some issues to get my old hosting back, so hopefully by next week the show should be back up on iTunes available for easy subscribing and listening! For now though, enjoy it via soundcloud!

In episode 1 of our second season we get right back into things with gay Osama drinking warrior milk, getting fucked by Mr. Mime, finger blasting in front of 13 year olds, and Jake having a breakdown about a talkative man on the bus. So needless to say, we’re back.

Thanks for listening!

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everything I like is either expensive, illegal or won’t text me back
- (via kxthleen)

If there is a God, He will have to beg my forgiveness.
- A phrase that was carved on the walls of a concentration camp cell during WWII by a Jewish prisoner  (via exam)

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And sometimes it hits me out of nowhere. All of a sudden this overwhelming sadness rushes over me. And I get discouraged and I get upset and I feel hopeless, sad and hurt. And once again, I feel numb to the world.
- Anonymous. (via mirayama)

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waiting at the park to meet someone off grindr


waiting at the park to meet someone off grindr