“What is happiness? It’s the moment before you need more happiness.”
Sometimes rock and roll makes me jump up and down, rarely does it make me want to dance.
Hometown musical heros - Vacuity - have made the title track of their 3rd album available for your pre-release listening pleasure.
The guys seem accepting of the label of “apocalyptic rock” with intelligent, reality checking lyrics behind incredible accompaniment. They’ve been playing these tracks live for as long as I’ve called them friends, I’m really (read: REALLY) excited to hear what studio time and mixing will add to what I know to be a landmark album for the #kwawesome boys.
Source: SoundCloud / Vacuity
Paddy Mack’s 7 Keys to Surviving a Zombie Apocalypse
1 - Follow @CDCemergency on Twitter
2 - Fill up your tank at the first hint of impending doom
3 - GTFO ASAP
4 - Head to a sparsely populated area, not BETWEEN densely populated areas
5 - Build an ewok village in the trees (zombies can’t climb)
6 - Invent stuff
7 - Thrive
Remote location is key - within range of 1 tank of gas.
Very cool, but I’m much better with a bra than those chumps!
Incredible us of stock images from Getty. Talk about creativity!
Facebook v. Tesla
First, I used to be a high volume day trader, I have a degree in economics and I have lost lots of money speculating in the stock market.
Why are people getting so angry at FB or the IPO underwriters for a 30% decline in the share price of the company? It is still grossly overvalued. When did it become “illegal” to lose money in the stock market? And if that’s true, who do I have to call?
Facebook is overvalued. If you take it’s share price and divide it by how much money it earns per share (called P/E - price to earnings) it’s currently around 100, Google is at 18, Apple is 13.
April flurries bring climate worries.