music has gotten me through so much in my life. it's always been the only friend that never stabbed me in the back. and being a poet, the words are just as important as the melody. and being a teenager in the Grunge era, all those songs are what my existence is built upon. to think that most of them are all gone now is rather humbling. it also brings about a reality that i certainly know exists. the hard part of being honest with yourself is knowing one day you'll be a tragedy just like them. it doesn't exactly make for a great life, but it's great for the poems.
thank you Chris for all the wonderful music over the years. thanks for sharing that voice that will live forever. may your family find comfort and may you rest in peace. say hello to everyone for me.
as you might imagine, this day has been really shitty for me. between arthritis and depression, i have no clue where this resolve to not be a junkie has come from. i'm writing this a little earlier than usual as i know i will HAVE to write later today.
NXT was really good last night. i think the Takeover: Chicago event this Saturday is going to be amazing.
the New York Yankees tried to piss away a win last night, but ultimately won 11-7. they will go for the sweep later tonight.
enjoy some music:
and now some of this and that:
on the DVR tonight will be Vice News Tonight and Lip Sync Battle.
i did listen to the latest Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast today. you can find that by going here:
that's all for me today kids. i have some music to go drown in and pen and paper to come back up with.
be well. be creative. be cool. be quick to send me CASH, panties, hate mail, love letters, broken promises and dirty pennies from heaven.
peace and chicken grease...
Chris Cornell - The Promise
Soundgarden - Outshined
Soundgarden - The Day I Tried to Live
Soundgarden - Blow Up the Outside World
Audioslave - Show Me How To Live
Soundgarden - Fell on Black Days
Temple Of the Dog - Say Hello 2 Heaven
"There's something about losing friends, particularly young people, where it's not something that you get over. I don't believe there's a healing process." - Chris Cornell (July 20, 1964 - May 17, 2017)
and your whatever the fuck i wanted you to see video of the day: