Category: music

More music reviews

Like I said in my first installment of assorted music reviews, if I don’t specify where these albums or Extended Plays (EPs) are from, then that means that they can be found on Apple Music. But also, with each piece of music, I’m writing about the songs in a shuffled manner, as it’s fun for …

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Assorted music reviews

So, I’m going to try something new on my blog: I’m going to think of albums or Extended Plays (EPs) that I’ve loved all of or that I thought were just OK. As I’m writing this, I’m thinking of assorted music to write about already. But for the curious folks who wonder what’s gotten into …

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Weird dreams, thoughts on disability, school, world happenings and more

There are a lot of fucked up things happening in the world right now but as I’ve said here before, I’m not looking at social media unless people tag me in things or tell me to look up something specific. But that being said, I do want to acknowledge that I never thought I’d live …

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Assorted music, podcast and book thoughts and childfree musings

In the Facebook group entitled Amazing Childfree Singles, someone posted a topic asking what people’s likes and dislikes were, when it comes to potential romantic partners they may have. What I wrote in response to said thread reads:I love: directness, both in terms of being direct myself and receiving directness from others. Dealbreakers: republicans; if …

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TV show thoughts, getting to know me, podcast thoughts and more

After posting my last blog entry, I realized that I forgot to mention something that describes the game called Henry. What I’d forgotten to say about this game, was that in the bottom center of Henry’s platform, there’s a weirdly-shaped button that players can press to shuffle the 16-panel square buttons. There is also another …

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Potential music news, podcast thoughts and looking back on many things

On Twitter, I recently posted a tweet that I’m going to expand on here, given that this is my blog. What I wrote reads:If I tweet something using the words “men are” or “men do,” I shouldn’t have to tell you that I’m not saying “all men.” You should have enough of an understanding that …

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Exciting music news, and podcast reflections

In an episode of the This American Life podcast, Ira Glass (the host of the show) first told a story about a woman who’s a therapist. And given these weird times that the entire world is currently in, many of this therapist’s clients literally have nowhere to turn in terms of getting some space from …

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Assorted podcast thoughts, speaking out and hopeful life updates

In a recent episode of the This American Life podcast, the host of the show Ira Glass opened the show by telling a story about how a live theater play went horribly wrong. The show that was being performed was Peter Pan and the woman who’d directed this play had never actually done anything like …

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Another review of an album I love

My over all thoughts on JoJo’s album called “Mad Love:” I feel like it’s fitting to put my over all thoughts of this album first because it’s important to reflect on the drama and trauma that JoJo has been through in this past decade. So mainly, when JoJo was a child, she’d signed a contract …

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Some multi-Media thoughts and more social isolation

I recently read a book called The Atheist’s Way; the author of this book is named Eric Maisel. And TBH, reading this book came at the perfect time, meaning that given the turmoil that the entire world is in right now, reading a book about making one’s own meaning in life was literally just what …

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