Rocky Mountain Beauty

by Haley Harkin

Rocky Mountain Beauty by Haley Harkin
Upon driving into Rocky Mountain National Park, the first thing we spotted was a moose.

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Pillowsnake’s Big Puff Piece (An Intro)

by Pillowsnake

Pillowsnake's Big Puff Piece (An Intro)
This is a generic blog post introduction written by yours truly, Jacob La Follette. Pillowsnake is I, 23 and representing South Texas.

You know that thing in your pocket you don’t make phone calls with that isn’t your penis? I use that to make music.

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The story of Austin, TX power-pop feminist band, Mean Jolene

by Jolie Flink

The story of Austin, TX power-pop feminist band, Mean Jolene by Jolie Flink
In the aftermath of being diagnosed with bipolar disorder and the end of a long-term relationship, I was on a manic tear and writing songs at lightning speed. At the time, my late-night escapades included a lot of flings and raging substance use — this was the only way I knew how to manage my symptoms at the time. I wasn’t exactly treating my bipolar disorder with traditional medicine or therapy.

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You are what you think

by Vic Da Looper

You are what you think by Vic Da Looper
It’s that simple. Your thoughts make you. So to improve, your thoughts must change. But when did thoughts get there? Your way of thinking is established as a child. Think of it as a computer being programmed. Most children’s introduction to social situations is introduced through children’s programming like cartoons. Kids are usually happy because they see life as a cartoon, where fun is the priority of life. As they get older, thoughts get corrupted.

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Music, the Megaphone of my Soul

by Vic Da Looper

Music, the Megaphone of my Soul by Vic Da Looper

Life is complicated. It’s filled with ups, downs, ins, outs, widths, lengths, and any dimension that you can think of. We are in a world of over 8 billion people. Each person with their own unique mind and chemical make up. If that’s not complex, I don’t know what is. That means billions of personalities and trillion of possibilities. Yet, as different as we are, we are also very similar.

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