#TwoSlingsOneCast #BrokenArmsBoy and Josh said I wouldn’t be able to take a selfie…

#TwoSlingsOneCast #BrokenArmsBoy and Josh said I wouldn’t be able to take a selfie…

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I had the pleasure of meeting Jamieson during my last few moments in Toronto and he’s just as kind, funny and graceful IRL as he is on the Internet, which is really a tremendous feet that too few people pull off? Myself included, of course. Anyway, he dropped a lot of wisdom on his tumblr last night about coming up on Tumblr around the same time I did, even though our paths only e-crossed within the last year. It’s all very smart and reminds me a lot of my own story, and makes me think about what I did right and wrong over the last few years. I’ll probably write about that stuff more later, when I’m not typing with one hand, but read his stuff for now. It’s mostly what I would say, except about the music writing community and not New York bloggers. He’s great.

What are some cool things to do in the summer after you break both arms?

"Walt Whitman, quite famously, wrote about this feeling of conflicted selfhood: ‘I am large, I contain multitudes.’ Meek Mill, less famously, also alluded to this when he said: ‘There are levels to this shit.’"

Kanye’s Public Unraveling, Marriage, and Why We Should Care

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Blobby: now online for your viewing pleasure.

My goal with this film was mostly to make people feel something. The question of why I made the end so sad has come up a few times in showing this film to others. The best answer I can give is that I enjoy telling stories that are a little bit tragic, because let’s face it, life is a little tragic. Too often films, especially animations, are cute and happy and wholly one dimensional. 

I like making animations that are a bit darker. Maybe I’m a little sadistic. I want to make people feel a little bit sad, but I also want to make them laugh, and maybe evoke an “awww” or two. All in the span of two minutes and seven seconds. 

So watch my film, feel some feels.

My friend Laura makes wonderful animations and she showed me this over the weekend and I nearly cried. You should watch it. It’s good. 

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That lasted long. 

That lasted long. 

never heard of ‘em

never heard of ‘em

AHHHHHHH

AHHHHHHH

“I picked the kind of music I would hear if I went to kind of a cool coffee shop in New York or something,” he says, “I’ve always been an adult alternative kind of guy.”

Telling people you’re leaving them is the pits.