'eternity is a very long time, especially at the end.'

100 Greatest Bruce Springsteen Songs of All Time | Rolling Stone


‘“You’re born into this life paying for the sins of somebody else’s past,” he sings. Before his death in 1998, the elder Springsteen was asked which of his son’s songs he liked best. “The ones about me,” he answered.’ (under ‘adam raised cain’ number 34)br

republican governor, infamous flat track bully in a profession famous for ‘em and until very recently bookies favourite for the next presidential nominee, chris christie is what i understand people call a ‘superfan’ of bruce springsteen. he's been to hundreds of the man's shows and can recite huge swathes of his back catalog, it's not unusual to find him crying whilst doing so. christie (ridiculously) maintains that given the opportunity of meeting springsteen they would find common ground between his own politics and the seemingly diametrically opposite content of the musicians songs, the last i read springsteen has yet to agree to meet the man despite countless opportunities. it is in this context that springsteen did this with jimmy fallon following the recent bridgegate scandal that christie's knee deep in. glorious.

r.i.p mca.

r.i.p mca.

(Source: lonelycoast, via huffpostcomedy)

“‘“You have had your debate. There’s no need to write any more.”
Yes, there bloody well is.’ - Simon Jenkins.”

toshellwithit:

Vincent Kartheiser deserves an Emmy for this line reading alone.

highlight of the season.

toshellwithit:

Vincent Kartheiser deserves an Emmy for this line reading alone.

highlight of the season.

“Last but not least that came and helped bring this whole shit together, that executive produced the album with me and the family, is Rick Rubin. Coming in and like finishing up the whole shit for us. Which is legendary because everything we did on this project, everything I did, like when we released [Pusha-T’s] “Numbers on the Board,” from the video, to the no artwork, to the style of the song and everything, I was like, What would Rick Rubin do? What was his Def Jam shit that they would be doing? Because I remember Rick even saying, he said, “When we did Def Jam we really wasn’t feeling like we was in competition with nobody body because our shit was so direct.” Where we at right now? We in the middle of the city right now, open to the muthafuckin streets and nobody is shuttin down shit while we making real music. It was good for me to go to the god Rick Rubin and play him my shit, ask him questions and allow him to take this project to an entirely new level. He made a lot of great decisions at the end.- kanye west on yeezus.”

diorpaint:

I love you and i refuse to lie about that - Lil B