10/19/2009 § 5 Comments

Our most sincere apologies to those of you who have sent us a message, comment, e-mail, tweet, or whatever other new-fangled form of internet connection has materialized between me beginning to type this post and now and not received a response yet. Not sure I could even begin to describe the difficulties of keeping up with communication whilst touring, so I won’t even give it the ol’ college try. Just trust me when I say that everything is vitally important to all of us, and we will do our very best to make up for lost time in the coming weeks. But, as much as we wish we could, we can’t promise we won’t miss something. We’re human beings, prone to incessant failure (because we’re human beings), and trying our very best to pick up the pieces of our personal lives (we have them) post-tour and sometimes things slip through the the cracks. Please, please forgive us. We really do try our hardest. If you don’t get a response in what you deem adequate time (and be liberal with that determination, we’re humans) feel free to send it again. And again if you get nothing.

Mostly, we love you, love what you have to say, and love seeing you. And we love books. Anybody read any life-changing pieces of literature lately?

Oh, and we love music too. Personal prediction: The new Dangers record will be my favorite record of this year, or next year. Depending on when it comes out.

Speaking of music, we love shows too. Touche Amore is coming to our gorgeous area of the midwest relatively soon to play some shows with us. I’m excited. Let’s hang.

You know what we should all love? All people.

And that’s ALL people. No exceptions.

Equality is a pretty easy concept to swallow, why do some still work against it?

Yrs, Jordan.


§ 5 Responses to Additionally,

  • PatG says:

    a few life changing books-(in no particular order)
    Blue Like Jazz,
    Drops Like Stars
    Velvet Elvis
    Sex God
    Jesus Wants to Save Christians

  • David Thornton says:

    OMG new Dangers record will be glorious!

  • Nicole says:

    check out The Irresistible Revolution: Living as an Ordinary Radical by Shane Claiborne, it’s really great. (:

    I love you guys!


  • Diego says:

    Check out the book ‘My Love You, My Children’ by M.R. Bawa Muhaiyaddeen. It’s 101 stories for children of all ages.

    And if it hasn’t been skimmed through already, ‘Mere Christianity’ by virtue of C.S. Lewis. One of the best of our last century.

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