(…) And I know that every person in this room has at one point at or another had to explain to somebody that they liked very much, why was it that you liked that guy John Mayer. And it’s not easy sometimes and God knows I didn’t make it easy on you for a certain amount of time. Maybe I was addicted to this sort of drug of alienating and then bringing back and alienating and bringing back and but you guys have absolutely exemplified what it means to be loyal and supportive and faithful and awesome and I can’t thank you guys enough. From you sir all the way back to the person under the Miller Light sign with the smell of the beautiful crepes wafting towards them. I can’t thank you enough for still being here this many years later. Scientists are looking into it trying to figure out how this happened. And for that we go back in time for the annals of these songs. To a time when life was simpler, so let’s sing along with it even if it’s ironic, but let’s have a good time. —John Mayer (Woodlands, July 12)


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Some failure in life is inevitable. It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all — in which case, you failed by default. —J.K Rowling (via l-innerforce)
Music is a matter of taste. Bitching at someone for liking a certain style of music is like yelling at someone for liking broccoli with melted cheese. I don’t understand why there are so many snobs out there who deem it necessary to force-feed their opinions to others, and claim that their experience in the matter makes their statement any more credible than the next, when as I said before it’s all a matter of taste. If you dig it, awesome. If you don’t, awesome. Its just another plate being served at the world’s biggest (in this case musical) buffet. Don’t make some kid feel guilty for listening to what he/she enjoys. —Alex Gaskarth