I had quite an interesting experience this afternoon in Los Angeles. I went to look at a piece of property thats for sale. Needless to say it was awesome looking, but lets fast forward from this boring part, enough backstory. So i’m on my bike, a 2008 Kawasaki zx6r. I pull into the gas station…
About a week ago my mother asked me if I’d like to be part of “Gifts for all God’s children.” What this basically means is that you somewhat adopt a kid for the holiday’s in the sense that you play Santa. Most of these kids wouldn’t be even receiving one gift, let alone a box full of presents due to their family’s not being able to afford it. Agreeing to help, we headed to the store to begin shopping. My mom and I were shopping for an 8 year old boy, I began in the toy department where i felt every 8 year old boy would want presents from. Nerf footballs, legos, and a harbor action play set, (complete with boat and rescue helicopter.) We then had to go to the clothes department picking out new outfits (Red Wings, Lions and Tigers attire) along with new winter jackets, hats and gloves. All i challenge you to do is to get outside of your comfort zone this Christmas. If you’re able to play santa for a kid who probably wont have a christmas then do it. If you can’t do it by yourself then maybe go in on it with a couple friends. Get out and get involved, put your extra change in the Salvation Army tins outside the supermarket.
Lets help everyone have a Christmas this year.
you beautiful perfect thing ahh i love you so much
if you’re a small band you shouldn’t be doing VIP tickets, you should want to meet everyone you possibly can and not charge them extra for doing so.
It bums me out when i see this. Most large bands do M&G because they know that it is almost impossible to meet everyone at a 1500 cap show. The…
when you try to get into a new band and they have like, 5 albums already
when you try to get into a new show and they already have like, 6 seasons
when you try to get into a new webcomic and they already have like, 7,000 pages
when you’re an international kpop sensation
Goddammit, kpop fandom.