It was the year 2003 when I learned who made the song “The Game” for pro wres… WWE Superstar Triple H, Motörhead. Since then, slowly and surely I digested every Motörhead song I can listen to (radio stations that barely play them during weekends and through, um, legal means of downloading). And the more I listen to their mixes of punk rock and very fast metal, the more I became devoted to them. They became my favorite metal band ever, bar none.
Its constant member, vocalist and bassist Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister, is considered to be the real definition of rock and roll according to his peers and fans. And I agree. He claims to have fucked a lot of women in his run, he drinks Jack Daniels + Coca-Cola for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and he called for the legalization of heroin in front of the Welsh Assembly. Who does that? Even if he is one of my favorite people in music, I will never dare to follow that kind of lifestyle. Only Lemmy can do that and gets away with it.
Magpatuloy sa pagbabasa Random 6: Motörhead Songs That Is Not “Ace of Spaces” or Any WWE Theme Songs
Like a lot of people, I have a knack for making New Year’s resolutions I can’t even fulfill. One constant on my resolutions list is reading more books. Of course that doesn’t go well. And honestly I have a lot of books on my shelf that are collecting dusts. That fact makes me sad. And I can’t take it anymore.
How am I going to rectify that? This 2016, I will make another book challenge.
“But hold it right there,” you said. “How are you supposed to do that?” Well, I am going to make it not too challenging but will assure of my books’ salvation from dust and grime and the eye-loving they deserve. I’d like to call it the 13(2) Books Challenge. Magpatuloy sa pagbabasa 13(2) Books Challenge
Retreating from your problems is fine. It heals wounds for another bout; it is not a sign of surrender.
In the “Note to Self” series, I write down things my heart and mind should remember. And I hope these notes will reach to your minds and hearts as well.