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Drifting into the alternate reality of a thousand page nightmare still will not rattle you from my bones. Your ghostly fingerprint glows on my skull while my heart is still damp from your kiss. It was utter bliss in your gaze as I waded in the dazed haze of perpetuated love. But lust is only skin deep, no matter how desperately I wanted to fuck your mind, all passion fades with time and our hour has drawn near.
Jack Black, in his band Tenacious D, performing “Tribute.” From the Fresh Air interview:
It’s comedy folk rock. We’re two acoustic guitars at our core and singing like Simon and Garfunkel, but then we’re most heavily influenced by heavy metal bands of the ’80s. And we used to make fun of the devil because the devil’s influence on ’80s metal is so prevalent, and now it just seems so ridiculous and hilarious. But [our] new album is more about redemption. It’s a comeback-themed album.
Education & economic empowerment are critical components for breaking the cycle of oppression of women and girls worldwide. Agree? Watch this video with Gabrielle Union, Olivia Wilde, Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn as they describe how education and jobs can provide a ladder out of poverty.