Chuffed as all heck to find this, today - thought it was long gone.
Look what I just found on SoundCloud: http://soundcloud.com/howtodestroyangels/is-your-love-strong-enough
Not that I ever need an excuse to talk about / wax lyrical about / moon over / share Hans Zimmer’s music… This is the composition he wrote and released as a response to the Aurora killings. It is, I believe, a magnificent piece. All proceeds from the piece are going to the victims of the tragedy, so I urge you to buy it, if you possibly can. On the announcement he made on his Facebook page, I made the following comment: “I think this is a beautiful, appropriate and compelling tribute. For me, it captures the emotions appropriate to such an event, without overpowering them, or being overwhelmed by them. That’s a fine line to navigate, and you’ve done so, magnificently. I place this up there with Lisa Gerrard’s “Sanvean”, and that is a comparison I do not lightly make, and praise I do not lightly give. Namaste.” http://m.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151333413374128&id=7170054127&set=a.23… — Catherine
It’s OK, people - don’t panic. You still have your constitutionally-guaranteed-by-the-second-amendment right to bear arms. Who cares if stuff like Aurora, Columbine, or any number of similar “incidents” occurs - so long as you can still have your pop-guns. Know what? Fuck. That. Shit. I don’t care to debate this with you. If you’re reading this, you’re probably following me on Twittet, or subscribing to my Tumblr, Posterous, blog, Dreamwidth or LiveJournal. If you also happen to be a US citizen (and that’s likely to be quite a lot of you are) AND you are in favour of the private ownership of firearms, please - unfriend / unfollow / unsubscribe / otherwise excommunicate me now. Because you are not “my people”, and you’d better believe that I am not one of yours. If you’re reading this by having found your way here via some other mechanism, and are a) an American citizen and b) in favour of the private ownership of guns - seriously, go away. www.washingtonpost.com/national/injured-colorado-theater-victim-whose-daughte…
When technology is a very, VERY good thing… fb://video/227366017336828?creation_time=1322887470&source_url=https%3A%2F%2Ffbcdn-video-a.akamaihd.net%2Fcfs-ak-ash4%2Fv%2F342120%2F1021%2F227366017336828_22780.mp4%3Foh%3D6d9605eb0968014f262ef08aa43e862a%26oe%3D50146820%26__gda__%3D1343514656_5ec135174ac1ffb65398040d82b25e0d&preview_url=https%3A%2F%2Ffbcdn-vthumb-a.akamaihd.net%2Fhvthumb-ak-prn1%2F50877_227366164003480_227366017336828_148_922_t.jpg&href=https%3A%2F%2Fm.facebook.com%2Fvideo%2Fvideo.php%3Fv%3D227366017336828%26oid%3D183429675005891%26comments&_ft_=qid.5770321334336165807%3Amf_story_key.227366017336828