I’ve been watching these home videos of the meteor in Russia…and some of these people are surprisingly calm. Some are just like “Woah. Look! Did you see that? Yeah. Woah…”
If I were behind that camera I’d be freaking out like, “OH LAWD JESUS ISS A FIRE!!! WE ALL GON DIE!! YOU GON DIE! I’M GON DIE! WE ALLLLL GON DIE!!!! HIDE YO KIDS! HIDE YO WIFE! BECAUSE WE ALL GON DIE!!!! SAVE ME TOM CRUISE!!!!”
Just in time for the 2nd leg of the Safari Disco Tour 2011, Yelle has rolled out a brand new — & very pink — new video for the addictive single “Comme Un Enfant”, directed by Jérémie Saindon. Budet & company will be hitting the East Coast later this week, with their sights set on Philadelphia, New York, Brooklyn, Miami, Baltimore, & others, before they head back to France before the end of the year. Safari Disco Club Remixes was recently released featuring Madeon, Juveniles, BeatauCue, Kap10kurt, Lo Fi Fnk, Second Date, Logo, The Shoes & Dactylo.
“Comme un enfant (Second Date remix)” | download
Aw thanks. I love you too.
A message from Jenson’s mum: Dear SoSuperAwesome, Jenson would like to say a huge thank you to your followers that have already donated, it shows how kind hearted people are and is truly humbling. If there’s anyone else out there that would like to donate any amount, no matter how small, that would be incredible! Every penny helps us get closer to our goal of achieving a more normal life for Jenson. Thank you to SoSuperAwesome and your amazing followers, you really are making a difference! And Jenson:
Dear Tumblrs if you can you spare £2, £3.. (or $2, €3, ¥元₪₩฿ whichever!) for your good deed today, please help Jenson!
The following is a message I received from my sister-in-law this morning:
Jenson, the son of one of my school friends, is just a few days younger than [my daughter] Rosie. He has cerebal palsy, the kind which affects one side of his body. His family needs to raise a whopping £55,000 to take him to America for surgery that is not available in the UK. This surgery (Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy) would remove all the spasticity in Jensons right leg and enable him to walk without having to wear leg splints, have botox injections or endure intensive physiotherapy for the rest of his life.
His family has so far raised £25,000 but with a deadline of March (he has a surgery date of March 28th) they need more, and they need it soon.
This is a cause close to my heart - Jenson is the same age as Rosie, almost to the day. He has also just started school but doesn’t enjoy it the way Rosie does because his condition means he is different from the other children and cannot join in with them. If it was Rosie, I would move heaven and earth to get her that surgery, which is exactly what Katie is doing. She is putting every ounce of energy she has into raising funds for the surgery.
Thanks for taking the time to read! :)