Now I really have trouble beleiving this.
I'm an avid supporter of Tokio Hotel and I remember hearing you quite frankly make a few inappropriate comments about the lead sing, Bill Kaulitz.
So the question is this: If you're so god darn sensitive why don't you treat others better?
Follow the golden rule. You don't want to be upset and called a twat so don't friking mock Bill on his androgynous style. It's not gender-confused it is as I just said - androgynous. Transphobic. Ignorant. Should you not be called a twat or whatever if that was the reason? It annoyed me, but what really gets me is you're so sensitive yet you want to say shit about other people. Bill has a thicker skin than you for definite but that gives you no right.
Hope you find this and maybe explain yourself. I don't want you to think I'm annoyed for no reason.
Just today I've just been so angry with all the haters; haters of Tokio Hotel, haters of the LGBT.
They all upset me and cause me a bad spirit which I then have to tame and hopefully stop tears leaking from my eyes.
I'll lose my patience with the people in this world before long. Sometimes I just want to say FUCK YOU.
Because if you're THAT harsh to another human being you should except some venom back.
Anyway. Tokio Hotel (Bill especially) are compassionate, caring people that got bullied and now get shit with other ridiculous creatures on this earth who haven't a clue; and the LGBT are some of the nicest and most sensitive people about (including myself). I just wish I could rid the world of hate and all the controversial shit that lingers in the media.
It's not good for anyone. No one at all. You either turn out heartless or destroyed. If the world doesn't stop this nonsense we won't last very long.
I'm setting up a goal to try my very best to put my back into everything. I'll study Psychology to get a better idea and then I'm going to work on the human race. I'm an activist so I'll get through that way. Who knows, this might be the next stage to evolving : - )
Haven't posted on here in a while. Much has been going on since May, but I really don't have the memory to remember it; also at the time I didn't have the energy/motivation to construct a single sentence let alone blog about everything.
So...what has happened today?
Well, I discovered I'm better off behind the computer than I am in the kitchen.
I cooked Tapas today and...well...let's just say I'm not a very good cook; my bro ended up doing most of the work, which actually I initially thought was going to happen.
My ICS package came today so I'm rather excited.
I'm doing a GCSE German course for a year because I never got the chance at "caters for everyone else except linguists" Worle School.
Should be fun...if I get over being all worried about getting everything wrong.
Languages are my life..Literally. I'm good at fuck-all else.
Anyway, Hope you are all well, and that life is treating you well.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, ED BYRNE!
¡Feliz Cumpleaños de Yo!
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1. Name 5 bands you like.
- Green Day
- The Commodores
- Good Charlotte
- Mr Mister
2. If you could make three wishes, what would they be and why?
- To meet Sam Cooke - because that'd either make me dead or him still alive.
- To meet Billie Joe - to tell him to stop the pessimistic British attitude he has on himself.
- To make everyone less ignorant in the world - maybe then we could actually get things done instead of being completely stationary.
3. Who is one person you'd want to be with and why?
Adrienne Armstrong - Isn't it obvious why!
You've seen her and you've probs heard about Angie's meeting with her.
4. What would be your dream vacation?
5. What is one thing you'd want to do for a living and why?
Activist - Just a great passion, I'd rather help the whole world, than Children or Animals separate.
Teens' Seek End To Moral Corruption
Mar. 10 - Cheerful roars could be heard a block away from the downtown ballpark Saturday, and it had nothing to do with a Barry Bonds homer.
Despite the strategic location for the two-day BattleCry event, the evangelical fanfare continued its final day Saturday without any fierce clashes.
"I think we'll just be able to do our thing today," said Jeanine Rhoden, a spokeswoman for Teen Mania, the Texas-based ministry behind the extravaganza.
Indeed, protesters were nowhere in sight Saturday as Christian rock bands and religious speakers roused the audience at AT&T Park, bringing them to their feet in song and prayer.
Not surprisingly, however, passing motorists gave no signs of support -- or car honks -- as rally participants held up a large banner decrying "Homosexuality is sin" on the busy street outside the stadium.
"People are welcome to come to the city to celebrate whatever, but I think they're dead wrong," said Thom Lynch, Executive Director of the San Francisco Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Community Center. "And I feel sorry for some of the youth there that they're being inculcated with a religious belief that doesn't allow for any variances ... at all."
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So...yeah, last night was ever so fun; we had booked a week ago tickets to see Ludovico Einaudi at Bristol's Colston Hall, and last night was the night.
He's on his European tour for his new album Divenire, (Dee-ven-ee-reh) and wow was he a charming personality on stage or what?
As he's a pianist and composer I never get a chance to hear his voice, so this was the first time and his accent was so thick and Italian - being from Turin that's understandable.
His performance and presence on stage was amazing he was concentrating yet he still delivered compassion, and the sound of his playing just filled the room.
I've always wanted to see him live and most of his work I hear sounds so skilful, as in it needs two pairs of hands - but he's playing the piano on his own...honest.
He came on for an Encore of his earlier compositions and ended the show (orchestra joining him) with my most favourite piece, Giorni Dispari (translated roughly as Odd Days).
His thank you to the audience was SO Italian...He blew a kiss into he crowd, then bowed with his hand on his heart.
After the show it was most memorable - I think I was the happiest I've been in ages (it was like happiness was just an illusion); I purchased his album at £15.00, then got it signed my the man himself.
Bearing in mind he's one of my favourite classical composers in the world..."Your music is beautiful" I told him. He replied "Thank You" I thanked him two and walked away with mum.
My legs turned to jelly walking down the stairs.
All the way from Bristol, back to Weston I kept replaying the encounter in my head muttering 'wow' - And It didn't stop even when I was tucked up in bed.
God! It was so amazing.
Oh, and like Angie said about MCR - please have a listen to him.
I'm happy to send a song to you, as long as you promise to only use it for yourself or relatives.
I'm addicted to Ascolta & Divenire (piece of music, not album - I'm addicted to that, too - of course!).
Rage & Love, Everybody,