it's wonderful show of prada

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The Devil Wears Prada's Mike Hranica Doesn't Have confidence in Hero Worship "I didn't start going to hardcore and metal shows till about 2003," says The Devil Wears Prada's Mike Hranica. The vocalist is sitting in his bus awaiting his band's set time as one of the 2010 main stage performers on Warped Tour. He's telling Noisecreep about how exactly his perception on prada handbags online has changed throughout the years. "Once I started going to local shows, I acquired really in to the event. "I went to a show almost every weekend and supported the local scene. I remember thinking how cool it was that the people playing in those bands were just like me, but they reached be a musician and express themselves through it. That was one of the most exciting reasons for joining this band. The Devil Wears Prada may be the first band I've have you been in," says Hranica. "By time I had been more involved in the music scene, I remarked that the folks during these bigger bands were not gods. After i was going to shows after i was 12 and 13-years old, I would have thought differently. This is the inspiration behind a lot of the stuff on the 'Dead Throne' album [The Devil Wears Prada's upcoming album]. I think the way many people worship these bands or celebrities has run out of hand," complained the vocalist. Noisecreep asked Hranica to elaborate. "People in my own prada sunglasses have heard it through the years. "You guys are gods to me," and stuff like that. We like our fans, but we aren't about that. It's cool to become inspired by someone and admire the folks you respect, there is however a line. Whenever you idolize someone inside a band, you need to say, "I like that which you do," rather than, "I want to be you." We're against that. Look, everyone knows what it's enjoy being young and impressionable, but I'm talking about those who are a bit older and should know the difference. This new record pinpoints that side of things -- the idolatry. The latest 2012 Super Bowl XLVI odds are out on Bodog, and they are not kind to the Washington Redskins. The Redskins are listed as having just 100-1 odds to win the Super Bowl, which is tied for third-lowest in most of football using the Cincinnati Bengals. The only teams with worse chances are the Carolina Panthers and Buffalo Bills, at 150-1. This essentially implies that Bodog believes the Redskins have a one in 100 shot at winning the Super Bowl. If each NFL team was handed equal odds, then each would have in regards to a three-percent chance at winning. So really, the Redskins aren't that below average if you think about it. Right? As for division rivals, the 2000 Redskins Philadelphia Eagles are at 8-1, the Dallas Cowboys, despite going 6-10, are in 16-1, and the Gambling are in 25-1. The Redskins' likelihood of winning the NFC are slightly better at 50-1, although not by much. A week ago, I took the girls to New york to stay inside my parents'. These were excited to go. "Vacation." That's what they named it. And it was. We swam in my cousin's pool. They live across the street from my parents. We've got up early, and walked out and about before my parents were out of bed, and ate doughnuts and went to the park. We spent the day by the pool. Molly loved water, and thought she could swim, and swallowed so much sand and surf. We heard the ice cream man, and instead of saying no, I said yes, knowing I only had just a couple $20 bills to last me until payday. We ran up the hot sand and got snow cones and ice cream bars, and sat within the sand, poking fun at Molly making a huge mess of herself. David stayed the place to find work and arrived on the scene on Saturday. We had a marriage to go to, and my parents were watching prada men store. It had been hard that i can leave them for that night, especially Molly. We now have never been apart for more than a couple of hours. I felt riddled with guilt when i drove away from my parents' home, yet excited for any night alone with my hubby. It has been four years since we've been alone together. It was the highlight of our summer. We danced and laughed and stayed up far too late. The wedding was for David's side from the family. His mom and dad have there been, and his sister and niece. They flew in from Arizona. We do not get to see his family often. It is usually a little overwhelming, meaning it's a short visit, and in that point, it's concentrated time together. Throw too many cocktails in, and there it is. Multiple dynamics happening simultaneously. A family. It's interesting to become a part of. At the same time, there are moments you want to run screaming, fleeing from the scene. I suppose most people are such as this. Relaxing in the waves with my girls the other day, I figured that if I possibly could just freeze this moment forever. If I could just go back to this shoreline tomorrow, and subsequently day, and subsequently day, all would be OK. The text my family has...the love between most of us, would never change. It might never fade. I understand the day can come, where my three daughters get together, and roll their eyes at what their father and I say, and about how peculiar we become within our old age. It'll happen. But for now, they thought i was on "vacation." They thought I had been their hero for purchasing ice cream and relaxing in the sand by using it. For now, they love us, and all sorts of we have to offer. And what we should offers are very little. But it's wonderful.

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