“Are birthdays celebrations of being alive or parties to contemplate one’s ever-impending demise?”
“Being wise enough to know that going through trials and tribulations is a part of growing renders you useful. Otherwise you cannot speak from experience and you will be caught trying to command respect from fictitious places.”
“For an artist to support republicans is much like a vote to abolish oneself from existence.”
“It should be one’s goal to laugh so hard that you almost crack a rib at least once a month.”
“When I live a dream, I don’t have to live my fight, when I live a dream, I can fly away tonight!”
“When life gives you lemons, go find a coconut and a straw instead.”
“You hear them say they’ve got a problem with your skin, your melanin. You say that their problem is actually just with them.”
“Trigger fingers on a halocaust machine, for in politics, we should cut ourselves clean.”
The first state, but not much of one. Purgatory for a Virginian to drive through if they are trying to have a beach day in Ocean City, MD. Feed a seagull a few pieces of bread to enlighten your day.
Lincoln is a college town, Division 1 to be exact. Frat boys have a lot of chest bumpin’, natural light chuggin’, I-love-you-bro huggin’, corn huskin’ pride here. Truth be told, it’s a state you drive through hoping you don’t run out of gas before you reach the next town. And that gas station convenience store has pretty unkept restrooms too: “No need to clean ’em, when no one stops in here enough to see ’em,” the owner might say.
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