Are serious movies hypocritical? Does the inherent fakeness in the media of presentation undermine the moral thematic value of a story? I mean, the effects are props, the issues are over-dramatized, and the actors don't believe in a fucking word of the lines they're reciting - they go home and snort cocaine.


anatomy of a playlist => part II

Hoobastank - Remember Me
Hoobastank - Crawling in the Dark
Linkin Park - KRWLING
Nas - U Gotta Love It
MC Breed - Ain't No Future In Your Frontin'
Zebrahead - Get Back
Zebrahead - I Am
Beastie Boys - Pass the Mic
Beastie Boys - So Whatcha Want
Mobb Deep - Shook Ones (Part II)
Chemical Brothers - Orange Wedge
Massive Attack - Angel
Mirwais - Disco Science
System of a Down - Toxicity
System of a Down - Aerials
Coldplay - The Scientist
Josh Wink - Higher State of Consciousness (Acid Funk Edit)


Hello stranger. I am confused, perhaps you could help me.

Does revealing the truth of one's past create more room for misunderstanding someone than hiding it?

"So some student tell me... ah... take home midterm was... ah... difficult? Ah... if take home exam difficult... ah... maybe not go to Berkeley. Maybe go to other university. Get better grade. If take home exam is difficult... ah... maybe next time, closed book, closed notes, in class... is easier? Berkeley graduate program accepts students from schools lower than MIT and Berkeley with better grades. Consider that." - Professor Luke Lee (BioE 121)

quote provided courtesy of Eugene Suh.


I really miss Jason.


"Hello my friend, we meet again. It's been awhile, where should we begin? Feels like forever." - Creed (My Sacrifice)


Today I examined a quarter in my pocket that was stamped in 1965, and for the first time was fascinated by the fact that it was made 40 years ago. My dad was still in high school, JFK was alive, Neil Armstrong had not set foot on the moon yet, the Vietnam war was going on, civil rights movements were in full swing, Berkeley was probably still shitty though. A quarter, something I take so for granted everyday, has taught me to appreciate time. I respect it for what it has outlived, 40 years is almost half a century, the Forrest Gump of quarters. A lot of history is embedded in this little coin. Tomorrow he's going into the parking meter.

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