Yes, he was listening to Sphere while finishing up The Tibetan Book of the Dead. Perfect accompaniment!
Done: (click below to enlarge)
Thought I should clarify the whole musical themes/lyrics/etc about violence and lust a bit more as I was jotting down the above in a hurry so I could get to bed. That and it’s so much fun to not have a giant pile of chores to divvy up across the next week and just chillax in front of my computer for a good two to four hours image-viewing and navel-gazing like the good ol’ days. =)
I’m not judging anyone elses’ tastes when I say the likes of “anime is cringe”, only how I personally feel about such things. Like when that housekeeper came over last week, I felt the need to take down and hide those posters of Rin and Alicia and to hide my Umi figma, etc. That was the straw that broke the camel’s back: even if it’s silly of me, if I’m that embarrassed of something, I need to get rid of it. Best for Right/Perfect Speech, too. Continue reading “clarifying the whole violence and passion in music thing”
Anything to do with anime; be it toys, posters, or CD’s; are going bye-bye just like my handful of Mighty Thor stuff. The latter went to my dad and the former is going to my new otaku friend — anything she doesn’t want… well, this stuff seems too good to go to Goodwill, but there are local resale shops in town I could probably drop these off to. Doesn’t seem right to give $90 figma to Goodwill! Continue reading “cringe purge upon some old stuff!”
All four of these playing very loud in my apartment (so I can hear it in my kitchen while cooking and doing dishes) and all my windows and back door is open:
Then I go to laundromat next door to see a lady looking very confused out the window in there. She asks me, “Do you hear that? What in the world..?” I tell her it’s from my place. “Oh wow that’s good meditation music!” And she laughs when I mention I figured it’d be more polite to blast that than death metal!