"Divide by what you will but the fact remains that we wear the same chains."
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Can anybody recommend any hardcore punk bands and albums that sing about unemployment?

That’d be rad.

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People need to stop underestimating the time, energy and knowledge needed for creating art.

It’s a form of expression and a business so don’t dismiss it as a hobby.

Unless you’re paying me, if you tell me to do something chances are I’m not gonna do it.

If you think you know what you’re talking about chances are you don’t and the best thing you can do for an artist is to leave him or her alone.

And just because someone carries the label of an artist doesn’t mean they’re to be expected to be able to do anything or want to do everything.

And no, I’m not being mean.

Get real.

1 month ago / 2 notes
I don’t need no booze or drugs

I just chug-a-lug-o my coffee mug
And I don’t need no kiss and hug
I just chug-a-lug-o my coffee mug

2 months ago / 1 notes
Miso ramen and takoyaki at Raku Izakaya in Fort Lee, NJ with some of my best buddies! Also got chicken skewers but those came a little later. My Independence Day weekend tasted pretty radtastic! 2 months ago / 1 notes
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PULP This is Hardcore
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That radtastic feeling you get when you finally figure out the direction you want to take for that short story you’re writing.
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This Grant Morrison interview featuring Gerard Way is so insightful.


Done around the time Supergods was released. Surprisingly funny! Surprisingly punk rock!

Grant gets into things like being a method actor for the things you write to fully embody your own work, the importance of super hero comics in our society as a moral code, and an observation on how trends in youth culture have a link to the sun.

He also offers a lot of insight behind many of his titles that helps you understand his vision so much better.

Grant also acknowledges Gerard’s embodiment of the concept for the Black Parade and uses it as an example of how it tells a dark story with a positive and hopeful message that’s comparable to super hero stories.

When they got into method acting, it reminded me of a semester I had back in college when I was taking Acting 1 and Creative Writing at the same time. In an effort to make the dialogue in my writing better I would act out the scenes using my newly found acting skills at the time.

After seeing this fun little interview it’s encouraging me to act out my crazy ideas again to get more of my ideas out and to even give my work deeper meanings and make them more inspired.

Also, Meltdown Comics now joins Jay and Silent Bob’s Secret Stash on my little list of comic book stores I wanna visit one day.

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