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Went to Los Angeles this weekend. Napping was a very large portion of the trip.

Went to Los Angeles this weekend. Napping was a very large portion of the trip.

why you gotta be so rude

dh-xxx:

Fuck you whoever did this.

breadpunx:

danieltorresphotos:

Grim Luck @ Ché Café on July 13th, 2014
FOR THE FUCKING KIDS FEST

you can hear me say “oh my god” when they start playing Josie

Nikon d7100: video & audio

This was filmed as part of a documentary I am making with two other people on DIY spaces in southern California. The Che’s history, operations, and recent struggles with UCSD will be featured in this documentary. We are hoping to have the whole thing out by the end of summer.

The exhausted last ten minutes of one of the most fun sets of my life.  
I am so stoked that we were able to be a part of For the Fucking Kids fest and am eternally grateful for everything the Che Cafe has been for me.  
Everyone rules.  

brootal

i’m taking 16 units for the first time next semester and i’m scared 

metronomearthritis:

joe at 22 1 month and 8 days


JOE

metronomearthritis:

joe at 22 1 month and 8 days

JOE

i just want to play sick stoner metal riffs all day

brightfuturegirlgangeducateemall:

Mochi hates capitalism

brightfuturegirlgangeducateemall:

Mochi hates capitalism

I dont care about burger records so fuck you

SUNDAY, 07/06/14
THIS MIGHT BE IT, and I certainly cannot believe it. 
We played our very first Che Cafe show as a band in October of 2011, and I was happy to finally be playing at my favorite music space with my best friends, along with one of my favorite musicians. It was an amazing evening. 
I’ve grown a lot more as a person since then, and I can only say that because of spaces like the Che Cafe. I’ve gotten to book a lot of shows; play with some of my favorite people; meet the coolest fucking bunch of people ever; participate in a beautiful community of music lovers and activists alike. Words cannot describe how much I love the Che Cafe. Our time might be ending soon, but no one can tell us what the future will bring. 
LONG LIVE THE CHE CAFE 

SUNDAY, 07/06/14

THIS MIGHT BE IT, and I certainly cannot believe it. 

We played our very first Che Cafe show as a band in October of 2011, and I was happy to finally be playing at my favorite music space with my best friends, along with one of my favorite musicians. It was an amazing evening. 

I’ve grown a lot more as a person since then, and I can only say that because of spaces like the Che Cafe. I’ve gotten to book a lot of shows; play with some of my favorite people; meet the coolest fucking bunch of people ever; participate in a beautiful community of music lovers and activists alike. Words cannot describe how much I love the Che Cafe. Our time might be ending soon, but no one can tell us what the future will bring. 

LONG LIVE THE CHE CAFE