Today, I am a part of the largest Internet protest in history. Think about the implications of that. Protests are generally held in relatively small groups based on geographic location. If you think of the Internet as one big collective geographic location, this protest and it’s success can open the door to using the Internet as a large medium for protest and raising awareness. I know it is currently used as such… But the SOPA / PIPA protest is gaining so much ground today, doing so much good on a bill that was almost certain to pass a week ago, that the face of Internet protesting is changed forever. Forever. It’s a big deal.
i'm just a little person; one person in a sea of many little people who are not aware of me.
and somewhere, maybe someday; maybe somewhere far away, i'll find a second little person who will look at me and say:
"i know you, you're the one i've waited for; let's have some fun.
life is precious every minute, and more precious with you in it. so let's have some fun"
I took the drums and guitar off of Don’t Stop Me Now so you could appreciate the vocal work of Freddy Mercury in a more stripped down context
its just like… there’s omething crazy about this guys voice, what he’s doing with it, and the production of the vocals is really good obviously, perfect amount of reverb, the harmonies are all perfectly recorded and if you catch it a couple of times they throw in a seperate track that’s phased… just… a very interesting choice… im stoned