I think the idea is that every time we perform Big Red Machine music it should be different somehow - like, different people, different songs maybe, definitely different versions of the songs.
I even done a doo-wop version of the Mickey Mouse march.
I'll get cast occasionally as sort of the jerk version of myself, and I have fun doing that. But it's really better for everyone if I stay behind the camera.
I feel like the better version of myself is on paper... I'd rather have people know me on paper.
We couldn't pitch the show without having created one, at least one 20 to 25 minute version of 'Broad City.' We wouldn't know how to describe it.
No one is beyond the power of conversion, because no one is beyond the power of truth.
I am part of a movement that loves women into conversation and conversion. I am part of the pro-woman movement.
How can we condemn those who are truly blinded by evil? We can't. We shouldn't. How do we bring about conversion of those living in blindness? By love. By truth in charity. By offering forgiveness. By offering mercy. With prayer.
Students undergo a conversion in the third year of medical school - not pre-clinical to clinical, but pre-cynical to cynical.
I just didn't expect an acoustic version of Rock'n'Roll All Nite.