Hi, I'm Danny. This is my blog type thing. I use this space to share things that peak my interest or I find amusing. I always try to give proper credit and re-source anything I come across to it's original creator. Expect art, music, cars, vintage imagery, and oddness. I love my lady, my family, and my pup more than anything. I hate the government and love cartoons. I have goals of someday owning my own coffee house, dive bar, nightclub, restaurant, or maybe all of the above. I'm honesty, love and respect above all else. I have love for those who are truly close to me in my life, and I will always be there for them, they know who they are. Burritos are good. Cheers.
I am a lot older than most of you kids on here and I could care less about what most post. If you follow me expecting a follow back, don't. It probably won't happen. Especially if you're under 18.
If we listened to our intellect, we’d never have a love affair. We’d never have a friendship. We’d never go into business, because we’d be cynical. Well, that’s nonsense. You’ve got to jump off cliffs all the time and build your wings on the way down.
Anonymous asked: As for your question about the love Ian Curtis has been getting today, for me it's not some silly fad/trend. I truly love his music and his words. I listen to Joy Division every day, and they're easily one of my favorite bands, even though I wasn't born until 1991. I hope that everyone who is blogging about him today truly loves his work and who he was - and I feel like everyone posting about him does like his work. Most people aren't really aware of JD or Ian's story. People truly care.
It’s not a question of loving someone’s work, or even about posting on the day of their death. I just found the degree of “RIP” posts to be exorbitant and confusing. Personally, although I know any and all great musicians and artists have “true” or “real” fans, I felt it was somewhat contrived and full of shit. Most of it due to the fact that Joy Division has become this cult band that people don’t really listen to, but they own Unknown Pleasures and wear the T Shirt. I know some people truly love them, but I feel like there’s an expiration date on “RIP” and it has probably past if the person died before you were born. RIP is a farewell statement, like goodbye or bon voyage. Just pay respects to those you admire. Adding RIP and turning the day that a father to be killed himself into some sort of an anniversary feels insincere and trendy. Hope this explains my perspective. Cheers.