I feel we need to view religious texts as a work of fiction in which we can learn from. We can learn from its moral lessons and like any other work of fiction, it does contain institutions or practices we as a society deem unacceptable and controversial. We shouldn’t view them as a strict rule book on how to live life. I feel I’ve heard of too many extremists justifying their harmful actions to works of literature. Al Qaeda, Westboro Baptist Church and Mark David Chapman for examples. I feel I’m not the only one or the first to come up with this idea but I feel it’s important
In this new rendition of “The Moon Song,” Karen O is joined by Vampire Weekend frontman Ezra Koenig. “I wrote the song as a duet,” Karen O explained. “I was really excited at the prospect of getting to record it with a male vocalist. Ezra was super cool and open, he slipped into character like a champ and damn he’s got the goods.”
A special three-song EP of “The Moon Song” arrives this week on iTunes.
(via Rolling Stone)
This version of the song’s pretty good to remind yourself of the first quarter of your life.
Ron Swanson is my spirit animal.
I really hate it when guys fold their suit sleeves. It’s stupid and redundant to wear a suit jacket or a blazer if you’re going to fold the sleeves like a guy from the 80’s who’s having a mid life crisis. Just keep it nice and straight (heh that’s what she said) and take it off if it’s too hot. Please don’t do it ironically as well. Just don’t do it.