Fun list to skim through. 1993 was my Sophomore/Junior year in college and I was barely 20 years old. A bunch of us headed to the local Strawberries in Troy, NY, before our morning classes the day Vs. was released in October to buy our copies.
I was scanning/shredding some old notebooks today when I came across this quote that I had copied down a few years ago. Seemed appropriate for this week.
When the heavenly gods created human beings, they kept everlasting life for themselves and gave us death. So, Gilgamesh, accept your fate. Each day, wash your head, bathe your body, and wear clothes that are sparkling fresh. Fill your stomach with tasty food. Play, sing, dance, and be happy both day and night. Delight in the pleasures that your wife brings you, and cherish the little child who holds your hand. Make every day of your life a feast of rejoicing! This is the task that the gods have set before all human beings. This is the life you should seek, for this is the best life a mortal can hope to achieve.
- "The Epic of Gilgamesh"
Sean warming up for his 3rd of 3 games last weekend. Filtered by Instagram.
Picture taken on an iPhone 4s, uploaded to Photostream via iCloud, pulled down to iPad, posted w/ Squarespace app. The future has arrived.