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Roommate went out of town and left me his cajon. Been playing along to records to pass the time. Favorites so far:
And a bonus track because Mac Miller's new record is fucking great:
Really? I thought the concept was cool (and a good selection of clips) but I can't stand the stupid invisible plane gags or the fucking airhorn. Feels like he's trying to draw "edgier" humor out of unnecessary editing.
Germany forever. Transferred here full time to finish my bachelor, albeit in English & American Studies. After that hopefully either Dramaturgy studies or continuing the path towards English professor.
Radio not as much these days, been meaning to look into the station here, but they're pretty small & internet-only anyway. Izzy's taking over back home, since I abandoned ship :/
Living my best life though, so that's nice
Afternoon. Y'all have coffee here too? I'd love a Cortado.
Hard at work in the lecture-free period: 2 final papers due mid-September. Family visited (kind of a shitshow but ultimately fun and strengthened our relationships, I think), so I had a bit of a break, but now it's back in the library. Writing 15 pages about Heinrich Heine and 9 about Milo Rau (Swiss Theater artist-- totally fascinating guy). It's a good thing I enjoy academic work, because the summer is really fucking nice here (not exactly hard-work-friendly).
Continue to beat down depressions as they pop up. Swimming, surviving, etc. Speaking of which, the new Mac Miller album is awesome. Check it out if you're into hip hop and/or artistic representations of coping.
Also getting weirdly good at foosball, and finally convinced my best friend to join Hubski (hi izzy417)! Life's good.
Folk rock week.
izzy417 check this one out ↓
Tyler the Creator was just having fun though.
Speaking of singers we're in love with
She's gay though
Even playing baseball is fucking zen. Ok, fielding, at least. Series of physical movements--rituals--exercised thousands of times in practice, then finally put into play, but surrounded by plenty of empty space so you're forced to stay in the moment.