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Donation

Feel free to donate any amount you want. Here is an example of how the money will probably be spent: 3 euros and I go to the coffee shop to dance like Iggy Pop. But donate all you want, even 999 euros if you can. All the songs I share are worth your time.

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Why Should You Donate To The Dragon In Me?

This page was inspired by a song from Frank Zappa, who talked about pink donations and dreams of dragon’s fire. Never mind that noise you heard.

I hope I make a living writing about my passion for music and my dreams to go to space without having a heart attack every two weeks. I know this might sound crazy, but 7 million years to land a man on the moon is nothing to be proud of.

That’s why I hope I wake up astronomy fans and professionals so they can give hope to humanity. That’s what I’m trying hard to do with that blog; when you hit rock bottom, you will understand what I mean. You never treat me like you should!

Now you know what the main goals writing on the internet are. Here are the three reasons why donating to that blog is a good idea.

Reason 1: Don’t Miss A Day In The Sun.

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If you feel this blog should continue, make sure to donate. Of course, it will pay for coffee and cigarettes (and maybe other drugs, just kidding). But I have to take care of my family and the people who believe me. I would recommend donating between 20 and 100 euros or dollar, but feel free to send more! 🙂

If you send more, this might become a kind of sponsorship, and we could talk about being partners (not in crime, but rhyme). Donating is like finding an excellent use for that blog. I know some philosophy teacher who might like the subjects that I am evoking here. Sometimes topics aren’t fresh, and sometimes they are (like that post about existence and how we shouldn’t be surprised because we buttered our bread).

If you miss a day in the sun, make sure to have some sweet songs for the rainy day.

Reason 2: Don’t Eat Bad Pizzas, Like Michael Jordan.

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I remember a game from the 90s’ Chicago Bulls with Michael Jordan: they called it the flu game. Americans often talk about the influenza-like illness as if it was music that gave you a fever. The case of Jordan was food poisoning. Some fans don’t know how to support their team!

In the case of that blog, the food will be so delicious that you can tolerate the occasional occurrence of food poisoning like Celine Dion or Ace of Base. Don’t get me wrong, sometimes I like commercial music, but I feel it’s essential to know the songs that matter.

That’s why I share the songs that I deem worthy of spreading or listening alone. If you’re frightened someone might discover you listen to Rap Metal or Minimal music, John Paul II used to say: don’t be afraid.

If you eat some bad pizza, make sure to play anyway because the game will be over soon.

Reason 3: Don’t Feel Like A Fool In A Disco.

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I used to go out almost every day in Paris. I was going to jam sessions to play with fellow musicians. At first, it was elegant, and, with time, it got repetitive a bit. Suddenly, a song worth 3 months of effort pops.

Most people quit, which is why they never get to the sweet spot where you can relax a bit and feel in control. I’ve been smoking cigarettes for 20 years now, and I never spent a day without her. It’s a personification, but you get the point.

If you go out of your house and you know it’s dark outside, make sure to bring with you the best songs that make you healthy and balanced. So many artists have great songs that aren’t well known for most people.