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nine twenty-six

Lyric of the Day: “And irony is okay, I suppose, culture is to blame You try and mask your pain in the most postmodern way You lack substance when you say Something like, ‘Oh, what a shame’ It’s just a self-referential way that stops you having to be human” – The 1975, “Sincerity is Scary” … Continue reading

nine twenty-five

Lyric of the day: “She don’t like small places Give her highways and byways And don’t get stuck in her head And it’s been so long And I will read into everything you don’t say All of your silent ways” – Vance Joy, “Red Eye”  

seven seventeen

Quote of the day: “I remember sometimes being sad in this world filled with people so preoccupied with physical disparity, a global culture that insists that all people are different and therefore unequal. As I began to comprehend the nature of that same prejudice within myself, I came to see that my discomfort was the … Continue reading