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Liz Your Best Life

"A free-form jazz exploration in front of a festival crowd"

Who sees ghosts?

richardsenate-ghosthunter:

'Creative, imaginative people see ghosts,  Cold, Selfish people do not.  Even wonder why there are more ghosts in Hollywood than Wall Street?”

                                                                           Richard Senate

I wonder this all the time.

Monday
I made a fall vibes playlist to run to this morning — good for a nice 10k — because lately I have been enjoying running to less intense music and more mellow music. Good for my endurance. Anyway halfway through the playlist spotify went berserk and just started playing about 5 seconds of different songs from various playlists and I couldn’t get it to stop, it really freaked me out, so forced it to quit. Did you know when you force stop Spotify a pop-up comes up saying, “when you force stop an app it might misbehave”? It does. This also unsettled me but I did it anyway.
So I ran in silence for the last 3 miles or so and took a bunch of headie pictures instead. It was really wet and humid but the greens were so lush and irresistible. 

I made a fall vibes playlist to run to this morning — good for a nice 10k — because lately I have been enjoying running to less intense music and more mellow music. Good for my endurance. Anyway halfway through the playlist spotify went berserk and just started playing about 5 seconds of different songs from various playlists and I couldn’t get it to stop, it really freaked me out, so forced it to quit. Did you know when you force stop Spotify a pop-up comes up saying, “when you force stop an app it might misbehave”? It does. This also unsettled me but I did it anyway.

So I ran in silence for the last 3 miles or so and took a bunch of headie pictures instead. It was really wet and humid but the greens were so lush and irresistible. 

Want to get to the level of Neil Young living where when people ask you to pose for a picture you can literally just stand there completely unaffected and disinterested and people are still like “ok thanks that’s perfect!”

Want to get to the level of Neil Young living where when people ask you to pose for a picture you can literally just stand there completely unaffected and disinterested and people are still like “ok thanks that’s perfect!”

Martine prefers not to limit herself to available words: She’s suggested using “Pn.,” for “person,” in place of “Mr.” and “Ms.,” and “spice” to mean husband or wife. But “trans” is a prefix she likes a lot, for it contains her self-image as an explorer who crosses barriers into strange new lands. (When she feels a connection to a new acquaintance, she says that she “transcends.”) And these days Martine sees herself less as transgender and more as what is known as transhumanist, a particular kind of futurist who believes that technology can liberate humans from the limits of their biology—including infertility, disease, and decay, but also, incredibly, death.

—This profile on Martine Rothblatt is NEXT. LEVEL. 

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