The counterculture of the potential now is officially here. How do I know? A California music festival planned for next month is on a mission to “build a new economy by the people, for the people that banishes the central bank-controlled economy run by the .01 percent.” That’s right—not protesting the infamous 1 percent of Occupy Wall Street, but circumventing the .01 percent and their matrix of propaganda, economic and social control. The festival is doubling as a launchpad
Here's an entire album of music that not only has a point of view and something meaningful to say, but also says more than it says. Don't miss "Back to the Sun," "Stage for One" and "Homecoming." #TinyMachines
Do you remember Talking upside down in your backyard? Do you remember Givin' back champagne we wouldn't drink? Do you remember The driveway paved in waterless balloons? Do you remember I meant to give you cupcakes that one-- By the way, I couldn’t let you crash into my heart Sorry, I only meant to hold your heart Rothwell, it’s not too late to start again Oh, Rothwell, there’s life beyond the bitter end How I love you, you could never be alone When will you see, there could b
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