10 Books That Stayed With Me

A facebook thang that I’m also posting here b/c why not?

** In your status list 10 books that have stayed with you in some way. Don’t take more than a few minutes and don’t think about it too hard. They do not have to be the “right” books or great works of literature, just ones that have affected you in some way. Tag 10 friends including me so I can see your list.THIS IS OPEN TO ANYBODY, HOWEVER. Whoever wants to do this just copy and paste this top part to your wall and add your own list of ten. **

1) Charlie and The Chocolate Factory - Roald Dahl
2) Lord of the Flies - William Golding 
3) Prozac Nation - Elizabeth Wurtzel
4) Filth - Irvine Welsh
5) Vurt - Jeff Noon 
6) Frankenstein - Mary Shelley
7) The Metamorphosis - Franz Kafka
8) Junky - William S Burroughs 
9) House of Leaves - Mark Z. Danielewski 
10) Harry Potter and The Order of the Phoenix - JK Rowling

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So ready to Eat Like An Egyptian! #foodhooch #supperclub #faregame

So ready to Eat Like An Egyptian! #foodhooch #supperclub #faregame

'Come on mang, why you always gotta be takin' pictures of me?' #bonesmccoy #milkyjoe #catstagram  (at Foofy's)

'Come on mang, why you always gotta be takin' pictures of me?' #bonesmccoy #milkyjoe #catstagram (at Foofy's)

mrcheyl:

Rinzler
TRON: Legacy [x]

mrcheyl:

Rinzler

TRON: Legacy [x]

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Idris Elba for Details, Septembar 2014 Issue by Mark Seliger

(Source: details.com)

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nineinchnails:

Nine Inch Nails live at Jones Beach Theater in New York, August 1st, 2014. Photos by Will O’Hare.

Tour dates and tickets at tour.nin.com

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This is my bible right now; can’t wait for @fringearts 2014! Some initial picks so far are Experiment 39, @ben2dafuture and The Yellow Wallpaper. Stay tuned to #Geekadelphia for the rest! #fringefest

This is my bible right now; can’t wait for @fringearts 2014! Some initial picks so far are Experiment 39, @ben2dafuture and The Yellow Wallpaper. Stay tuned to #Geekadelphia for the rest! #fringefest

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Absolutely adore the new @fringearts space. Coming along swimmingly! #fringefest #firstfriday

Absolutely adore the new @fringearts space. Coming along swimmingly! #fringefest #firstfriday

Soundgarden took me right back to high school and my youth last night and I was seriously just elated during their entire set. When “The day I tried to live” started, I went right back to last period Spanish class where I used to sing the lyric “One more time around” to indicate every loop the second hand did on the clock to get through the class so I could get the heck out of there.
2 songs I was really hoping to hear that I didn’t: “Blow up the outside world” and “Room a Thousand Years Wide” but overall I was super happy to finally hear Chris Cornell’s epic voice in person (he sounded fucking amazing), along with Kim Thayil’s wailing guitar, Ben Shepherd’s booming bass and Matt Chamberlain’s awesome percussion even if he wasn’t original member Matt Cameron.  Here’s the setlist:

Searching With My Good Eye Closed 



Spoonman 



Been Away Too Long 



The Day I Tried to Live 



Let Me Drown 



Outshined 



Black Hole Sun 



Jesus Christ Pose 



Like Suicide 



Fell on Black Days 



Superunknown 



A Thousand Days Before 
(with “Rowing” interlude)


Rusty Cage 



Beyond the Wheel

(Photo courtesy of David Seidman)NIN started with the main lights still on and Trent just waltzing onstage by himself and going right into “Somewhat Damaged” which I was not expecting at all b/c the last two times I’ve seen them they started with “Copy of A” and I thought for sure that would be the opener.  It was a pleasant surprise all around; while the setlist certainly did contain a lot of favorites (“March of the Pigs,” “Piggy,” “Wish” “Closer”) it also had a song I’ve never heard them perform (that I can recall) “The Great Destroyer” and apparently this was the tour debut of “The Wretched,” my absolute favorite NIN song, and my twitter and several other internet handle namesakes. I like to think Trent played it for me. ;-) Shz took a lot of video which I’m hoping to look through and post soon but all I can say for my Lucky Number Nine show, this did not disappoint in the least! Soundgarden had a very stripped down show while NIN brought out all the lights and FX.  They don’t really need it though. Trent’s energy is enough to fill the stage. Here’s the set list:



Somewhat Damaged 



1,000,000 



March of the Pigs 



Piggy 



The Frail 
(Tour Debut)


The Wretched 
(Tour Debut)


Closer 



Burn 



Gave Up 



Disappointed 



Find My Way 



The Great Destroyer 



Eraser 



Wish 



Only 



The Hand That Feeds 



Head Like a Hole 


Encore:

The Day the World Went Away 



Hurt 

Soundgarden took me right back to high school and my youth last night and I was seriously just elated during their entire set. When “The day I tried to live” started, I went right back to last period Spanish class where I used to sing the lyric “One more time around” to indicate every loop the second hand did on the clock to get through the class so I could get the heck out of there.

2 songs I was really hoping to hear that I didn’t: “Blow up the outside world” and “Room a Thousand Years Wide” but overall I was super happy to finally hear Chris Cornell’s epic voice in person (he sounded fucking amazing), along with Kim Thayil’s wailing guitar, Ben Shepherd’s booming bass and Matt Chamberlain’s awesome percussion even if he wasn’t original member Matt Cameron.  Here’s the setlist:

  1. (with “Rowing” interlude)
  2. Beyond the Wheel
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    (Photo courtesy of David Seidman)

    NIN started with the main lights still on and Trent just waltzing onstage by himself and going right into “Somewhat Damaged” which I was not expecting at all b/c the last two times I’ve seen them they started with “Copy of A” and I thought for sure that would be the opener.  It was a pleasant surprise all around; while the setlist certainly did contain a lot of favorites (“March of the Pigs,” “Piggy,” “Wish” “Closer”) it also had a song I’ve never heard them perform (that I can recall) “The Great Destroyer” and apparently this was the tour debut of “The Wretched,” my absolute favorite NIN song, and my twitter and several other internet handle namesakes. I like to think Trent played it for me. ;-) Shz took a lot of video which I’m hoping to look through and post soon but all I can say for my Lucky Number Nine show, this did not disappoint in the least! Soundgarden had a very stripped down show while NIN brought out all the lights and FX.  They don’t really need it though. Trent’s energy is enough to fill the stage. Here’s the set list:

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