“U2 downloaded their album on to every iPhone? Please. Not my iPhone. That’s why I dont fuck wit the cloud. Thats a link forever multiple mfs around the world. Why would I wanna be a part of that?”—Some guy I’m Facebook friends with, saying what we’re all thinking.
“I believe there’s more than this—that maybe when we die our brains conjure up some kind of shutdown experience, and that’s what people try to sum up as the afterlife. But yeah, I think something else is going to happen and it’s going to be crazy and confusing and weird, and we probably won’t know what it’s all about. It’ll just be another place where we’re trying to understand why we exist at all.”—Flying Lotus
I will start with this: I don’t know Zach Braff, and I have no idea if he’s a nice guy or a heel. I saw Garden State and wasn’t nuts about it, and I’m not a huge Scrubs fan. I’m also jealous of his New York apartment which I once saw in maybe the New York Times? It was beautiful. So basically…
Couldn’t agree more with this. I fall under the category of someone who thought Garden State was the most amazing thing when i saw it in seventh grade, and now pretend like it’s trash because I’m embarrassed by it. But the truth is, that movie was important. Maybe this new one will be important to thirteen-year-olds too, and show them that feeling feelings is okay. And that the Shins exist. So, let’s all back off Zach Braff, at least to honor our angsty-teen selves.