Matthew Clanahan; ISFJ; 25-year-old graduate student; Learning Support Specialist and adjunct instructor at Three Rivers College; Bachelor's of Science in Mass Media/Radio with a minor in math from Southeast Missouri State University; Apple enthusiast; total geek; coffee connoisseur; flannel lover, multiple-instrument musician; drummer for Berlin Airlift; caffeine addict; LGBT ally; Christ follower; ordinary radical

Better half: sydthekiddd

Interests: peace, love, equality, people, social justice, human rights, feminism, music, vinyl records, lyrics, quotes, art, poetry, films, books, technology, coffee, tea, demilitarization, sustainability, community, community development, community gardening, historic preservation, Jesus, theology, orthodoxy, heterodoxy

Read the Printed Word!

I listen to a lot of music.

I spend a bit too much time swooning over pictures on Tumblr of people I find attractive.

I appreciate meaningful/artistic/literary/lyric tattoos.



 

sydthekiddd is hearing the Soil and the Sun, Gifts or Creatures, Squirrel Shaped Fish, and Phillipe Nash in concert tonight, and I’m totally jealous right now.

yoladni:

did Delilah ever say what it’s like in new york city???

Hey there, Delilah
What’s it like in New York City?
I’m a thousand miles away,
And I know this song is shitty,
Yes, I do
Can’t write one good enough for you
You know it’s true…

~fixed~

(Source: benadryls)

rodham-clinton:

really all you need to know about the american health care system is that there’s a popular tv series where a man turns to cooking industrial quantities of crystal meth in order to pay his hospital bills

(Source: youtube.com)

gan-edhen:



A woman drinks tea, 1940, in the aftermath of a German bombing raid during the London Blitz

My grandmother used to refuse to go down to the shelter with her family during air raids and insisted on staying in the house because “Hitler wasn’t going to tell her what to do”

gan-edhen:

A woman drinks tea, 1940, in the aftermath of a German bombing raid during the London Blitz

My grandmother used to refuse to go down to the shelter with her family during air raids and insisted on staying in the house because “Hitler wasn’t going to tell her what to do”

(Source: wehadfacesthen)

Anonymous asked
Hope you're having a great night :)

Why, thank you, anon. I am. :)