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Queens off the Stone Age and Warpaint 

April 17 2014

This show was fucking amazing

— 2 days ago with 136 notes

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thetiggeress:

I will never not laugh at this video

my dad’s been deployed to Afghanistan 4 times and he almost pissed himself laughing at this

My favorite vine in gif form. 

(Source: pinkmanjesse, via pancakes4ever)

— 2 days ago with 519989 notes

Only got a few photos from last night because I was really enjoying the show and didn’t feel like struggling to get a good photo. Warpaint and Queens Of The Stone Age were fucking awesome!

— 2 days ago with 2 notes
#queens of the stone age  #warpaint  #civic center  #san francisco  #bay area  #music 
Queens Of The Stone Age

Holy shit, it was an amazing show! Most of ….Like Clockwork was played minus Keep Your Eyes Peeled and Fairweather Friends and they played their other great songs like No One Knows, A Song For The Dead, Little Sister, You Think I Ain’t Worth A Dollar But I Feel Like A Millionaire and hella other songs.

Josh Homme was HUGE in person too. I was only like 15 feet away from the stage and you could just see how huge of a man he is. He was joking around and being the awesome dude he is. He was completely humble about everything too. He kept thanking everyone and complimenting the audience for their support. Josh also almost kicked a few people out of the show because he saw the mosh pit and seeing people who didn’t want to be in it being shoved back in. Especially a few women who were trying to get out so after the song ended, he just said “Hey, this is San Francisco! It’s all about the love out here! Not fighting! We’re here to dance! Don’t rough house the ladies and gentlemen who are just trying to dance” and he was pointing to someone in the pit.

I got a few battle scars but I gave more than I received. I’m a pretty big guy and being at the gym has only made me a lot stronger, so when people tried to push me around, I pushed back even harder and they would just leave me alone. I just wanted to watch the show and not knock people out. I also got a face full of hair towards the end of the show which was disgusting. I tasted shampoo and other things.

Overall, seeing Queens Of The Stone Age was awesome! Being able to see them plugged in was a dream come true! And Warpaint was cool too. Their rhythm section was so tight that I was so impressed. My cousin and I are drummers and we were hella vibing to the drum patterns. They had a good set list. If they were to play in the Bay Area or anywhere I’m at, I’d see them. They performed really well. The drummer was pretty tight and laid down a solid foundation with the bassist, so I was sold.

Next show, I’ll make sure to stay away from the mosh pit.

— 2 days ago
32stphotography:

Carl Carandang, the son of Dr. Carandang hugging the flag draped casket of his father.

32stphotography:

Carl Carandang, the son of Dr. Carandang hugging the flag draped casket of his father.

— 3 days ago with 2 notes
I would salute but I’m indoors and in the Navy, you’re not supposed to salute unless you have your cover on which you take off when you’re indoors.

Also, I got this fabulous shirt.

I would salute but I’m indoors and in the Navy, you’re not supposed to salute unless you have your cover on which you take off when you’re indoors.

Also, I got this fabulous shirt.

— 4 days ago

saddeer:

zkac:

what’s Whitney Houston’s favorite type of coordination?

HAAAAAAAAAND EYEEEEEEEEEE

i hate this i hate u 

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I was describing to my cousin the process of becoming a Master Chief in NROTC and the Navy since the process is the same. We had to take a test, write a ten page paper single spaced stating why I was fit to be promoted from Senior Chief to Master Chief and had my test and paper reviewed by a combination of NROTC and Navy Master Chiefs.

Saying I was nervous to the point of a breakdown was an understatement. Talking to a board made up of Master Chiefs is scarier than going before a board of high ranking officers because Master Chiefs are like a rare breed of NCO. I made it to Master Chief and onward to Ensign, Lieutenant Junior Grade and Lieutenant First Grade but becoming a Chief, Senior Chief and Master Chief was nerve wracking but it felt great to have passes those trials but never again.

— 4 days ago with 1 note

yolobaggins:

 this right here is my favorite line in the entire fucking show

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