* Fuck you. * why * Fuck you. ASSSS BOI
* Fuck you. * why * Fuck you. ASSSS BOI
[Recharging in hometown before the Bergenfest festival] I have to start off by wishing you a happy
birthday! Thank you! How old are you now? I turned 21 today. I’m performing on Saturday. It’s my first performance in Bergen in a very
long time, so that’ll be very fun. I’ve read that you’ve been flirting with the idea of writing some songs in Norwegian. Can you tell us a bit about that? I want to put at least one Norwegian song on my next album. Maybe. You’re inspired by folk music, correct? Yes, I really like Norwegian folk music. Can you tell us a bit about how your process of making the new songs for the upcoming album(s) works? Well, I use some of the material I wrote last year when I was touring. And in reality I’ve already been working on my second album for a year in one way or another. It’s mostly the more ‘commercial-friendly’ part of the record that I have left to work on now. Cause that
takes…- Are the first songs you’ve finished writing on this
album more “introverted” and personal to you? Yes, and that’s the easiest, most straightforward part of the album for me to create. It comes naturally to me. Is it the piano or the guitar that’s your
most used instrument when you compose music? Mostly piano, and occasionally a touch of harp. Do you play the harp yourself? Yes, but I’ve only recently started learning how to play.
It’s a really, really fun instrument. I’ll get to spend a lot of time home at Drange this summer as we’re not playing anywhere near as many festivals as we did last year. So I get more time off to focus on each and every show instead of feeling like every concert blends into the next one. You recently got your first ‘real apartment’
that’s all yours in Bergen city. Yes. That’s something worth celebrating if you
ask me. Yes, it’s really nice to finally get my own
place after living out of a suitcase for two years. So now we’ve been shopping for some plants. Oh, and I had to get some peacock feathers. Obviously. And we just bought ourselves a vacuum cleaner. You say ‘we’, do you mind if I ask if you’ve
found yourself a significant other? I haven’t. I’m now joined by my older sister, who will be staying in my guest room. We’re really good friends. Yes, I’m talking about Miranda, the make-up
artist. We have a great time together. Oh look! The vacuum cleaner!
Daddy has found himself a vacuum cleaner! So he’s here shopping with you?…- Ah, you found one that looks kinda nice, I like that one. So red is your choice for a vacuum cleaner, Aurora? Yes! It was the nices…- My stuff has to be a bit aesthetically pleasing
you know. When, assuming you have plans for it, will
you perform again in Os? Hopefully very soon. Do you think so? Maybe this autumn.
If we can’t make it happen this autumn, I can at least guarantee a show here in 2018. Would Osfest (local festival) perhaps be something for you to be a part of some time in the future? Yes, I enjoy Oseana (Art and Cultural Centre) a lot. Yeah, cause you’ve had two shows there in the past. Yeah, and I would also love to have a small intimate concert in that tiny cave near Solstrand. Perhaps we should have a chat with the people over at Solstrand Hotel & Spa so we can make this happen? Yes. That would be cool. Do you hope to be a source of inspiration
to the young children that are growing up today? Yes, and I hope they can be a just as big source of inspiration to me. That’s important. How will you be celebrating the rest of your
birthday? Um. After this I’m probably heading home, and later I want
to take a sea trip. Today? Mhm. Do you own a boat yourselves, or?…- Yes, so we’re either spending the day out at sea or hiking in the mountains. Have they baked you something nice? Yes, a really tasty cake with lots of berries.
I love all food with fruit in it. Great. Any particular secrets you can share with
the people that are seeing you this Saturday? We might bring some new songs with us.
From my second/other album(s). One or two? Maaaaaybe two?
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Yes yes yes yes yes yes yes! What’s wrong? – Someone told me my father is coming to my house to change my clock. I… I have a father? – Oh yes, Father Time will visit here tonight. – Wow! I’ll finally have a dad! To talk to and play with! – No, he’s not like that at all. – Well, then what’s he gonna be like? – The clock hands will spin forward. Everything is going to speed up really fast! Time will move so quick, you won’t even know that it happened. Is it going to hurt? – Often, people sleep right through it. But they say if you’re awake when it happens, it does hurt a little bit. – Oh no, it’s almost time! (dramatic music) Five… four… three… two… one… (Wolfgang) 𝘐𝘴 𝘪𝘵 𝘴𝘰 𝘣𝘢𝘥 𝘩𝘦’𝘴 𝘢𝘯 𝘦𝘮𝘱𝘢𝘵𝘩𝘦𝘵𝘪𝘤, 𝘤𝘢𝘳𝘪𝘯𝘨 𝘱𝘦𝘳𝘴𝘰𝘯? 𝘐𝘴 𝘪𝘵 𝘴𝘰 𝘸𝘳𝘰𝘯𝘨 𝘩𝘦 𝘥𝘰𝘦𝘴𝘯’𝘵 𝘸𝘢𝘯𝘵 𝘢 𝘧𝘰𝘰𝘵𝘣𝘢𝘭𝘭 𝘰𝘳 𝘢 𝘵𝘰𝘺 𝘨𝘶𝘯? 𝘌𝘯𝘰𝘤𝘩’𝘴 𝘮𝘺 𝘧𝘳𝘪𝘦𝘯𝘥, 𝘢𝘯𝘥 𝘐 𝘸𝘢𝘯𝘵 𝘩𝘪𝘮 𝘵𝘰 𝘣𝘦 𝘦𝘹𝘢𝘤𝘵𝘭𝘺 𝘸𝘩𝘰 𝘩𝘦 𝘪𝘴. 𝘈𝘯𝘥 𝘐 𝘸𝘢𝘯𝘵 𝘩𝘪𝘮 𝘵𝘰 𝘩𝘢𝘷𝘦 𝘵𝘩𝘪𝘴 𝘥𝘰𝘭𝘭 𝘧𝘰𝘳 𝘊𝘩𝘳𝘪𝘴𝘵𝘮𝘢𝘴. (panting) What just happened? – We sprung forward! We lost an hour. (thud)
(thud) Are you guys alright? (Tad) 𝘠𝘦𝘴.
Tucker: This is it. This is rock bottom. You ever hit rock bottom before Wash? Well, you have now. This is it. Can’t get any lower. Simmons: *sniff* I wanna go home. Tucker: Okay, well maybe i spoke too soon. Freckles: Attention. Officer on deck. Caboose: Yes, yes. Hello. Thank you. Yes. Hello. Thank you. You’re welcome. Yes. Thank you. *clears throat* Hello! Freckles: Captain. All team members are accounted for. Caboose: Well, excellent news, assistant captain Freckles. Tucker: Oh my lord. Caboose: Alright. It looks like we have a new member today. Good. Give Simmons a big blue team hello! Yes. Welcome to blue team Simmons! *claps* Simmons: Can I leave? Caboose: It’s good to have you on board today for the blue team. Freckles: Sir, awaiting mission briefing. Caboose: Oh. Yes. Right. Um, Okay. Um. Yes! First order of buisness is, um… Uh… *whispering* Wash! Psst! Wa-Wash! Washington! Washing- Washington! Wash, Wash. Wash! Washin- Wash: Yes, Caboose? Caboose: What is the first order of business? Wash: We are trying to get rescued. Caboose: Oh! Yes! Rescued! Yes, excellent! Does anyone have any suggestions? Wash: *sigh* Well, We know the communications tower works, so we should continue in our efforts to make contact. Caboose: Ah, yes. Very good. Excellent, yes. Wash: However, We should also work on trying to boost the signal on the radio transmitter. We were barely able to maintain a steady line of communication last time. Even if we make contact again, there’s no guarantee anyone will be able to understand us. Caboose: Ah! Yes! Uhm! Smart. Yes. Yes. Then we need to do that! Tucker! Go fix the radio thing! Tucker: Me? Why not Wash? He’s the one who built it! Caboose: Tucker! Because- don’t ruin this! Alright, listen. We’re gonna give Washington another job. Wash: But… Caboose, Caboose: Yeah, I’m thinking since- you know, uh Washington is mean and scary, then, yes! He will be our lookout! Tucker: Lookout? Caboose: Yes. Washington. Make sure you look out… For bad guys! And, anything, that looks scary! Wash: There’s a giant robot trying to kill me. Tucker: Yeah, why can’t freckles be our lookout? Killing stuff is like… his entire reason for existing. Caboose: Well, um… Every great leader needs a great best friend! And Freckles, I think you should be that best friend. Freckles: Acknowleged. Simmons: Umm… Do I need to do anything? Caboose: Oh my God, a red! Oh my- oh no, sorry. Sorry. That’s my bad. Sorry. Sorry. Yes, Simmons. Yes, Simmons, we talked-, yes we talked about that. Yes. Uhm… Simmons, you do what you… Uh, normally do for the reds. But instead, … For the blues. Simmons: Uh… Yes sir. Tucker: Wait, what is your job for the reds? Simmons: What do you mean? I just did it. Caboose: Okay everybody, aaand… Team! Alright, see you. Bye. Wash: I hope you’re happy. Tucker: Hey, don’t pin this shit on me. Simmons: I’ll just… … Stay here I guess. Doc: Alright, you’re all patched up. Donut: I can’t feel my toes. …Is that normal? Doc: Uhm… Let’s go with “yes”? Donut: Works for me! Doc: You know the next time someone comes to help you, I wouldn’t really reccomend beating the crap outta them. Grif: Well the next time somebody comes to helps us, I hope they actually bring us help. Doc: Hey! I take offense to that! Grif: Yeah, it’s called an insult. Doc: Oh. Donut: But what the heck happened? After you guys dropped me off at Valhalla- you guys were supposed to be going back to Blood Gulch. Grif: Well, funny story… Crewman: Oh my God! Who spilled soda all over my instruments!? Grif: Oh my God! I spilled my soda!? Somehow, the ship crashed. But, uh… No one seems to know why, or how, or- when or,- Sarge: Men! Grif: I didn’t do it! You can’t prove that I did! Sarge: It’s time we took action. Doc: Oh, we’re not gonna do anything violent, are we? Remember, I’m a pacifist. Sarge: Yeah, but think about it. You cant spell “pacifist” withous “fist”, which you need to throw a punch, that always leads to fighting, the precursor to a full out battle, which is ultimately the first step on the inevitable road to war. Violence is unnavoidable, Doc. Time to just admit you’ve got a natural born paficfist lust for murder. Doc: *sigh* Why do I even bother? Donut: Oh come on, Doc! Where’s your sense of adventure? We’re a bunch of strapping young men stranded in the wilderness. If that doesn’t sound like a good time, I don’t know what does. Grif: I’m starting to remember why I don’t like you. Donut: It’s just like camping! Who wants to help me pitch a tent? Grif: Yup. There it is. Sarge: Since landing in this God-forsaken hell hole, we’ve let Washington make all our decisions. And just look where that’s gotten us. The Warthog is destroyed, we’re running low on food, and Simmons is being held prisoner. Grif: Shit’s pretty fucked. Sarge: It’s high time we took matters into our own hands. Red hands! The days of standing idly by, while the blues do interesting and complicated things are over! Donut: Alright! It’s our time to shine! Can I get a “heck yeah”? Sarge: Hell no. Donut: Close enough. Sarge: What I’m about to propose to you gentlemen, is in no way simple, smart, or seemingly possible. Grif: Solid peptalk so far Sarge. Sarge: There’s one thing in this canyon that’s been the source of all our problems. If we wanna get outta here alive, We’re going to have to eliminate it. Boys, we’ve got to kill Freckles. Doc: Uhm, we don’t know who that is. We just got here. Sarge: The robot. Donut: You mean Lopez? Grif: No. The giant robot that belongs to Caboose. A.k.a. the thing that will fucking kill us if we get anywhere near it. So exactly how do you plan on eliminating it, Sarge? Sarge: Well, if out ship was carrying something as big as Freckles, I figured it may have also been carrying something big enough to break him. Grif: We’re going aboard the ship? Sarge: We’ll move in tonight. Donut, you guard the base when we’re gone. Donut: Awesome! Wash: Hey. You guys haven’t seen anything- suspicious- around, have you? Sarge: Uhm, suspicious? Why, whatever do you mean, agent Washington? Wash: *sigh* Nothing. Just… Doing my job. Grif: Nice save Sarge. Very convincing. Sarge: Heheh, acting. Dropship pilot: Hey, can I get some fuel on three? Unknown Voice: You got it. Pilot: Thanks. Hey, uh, I’m not really from around here, but uh, You know about that crashed spaceship? Voice: Spaceship? Pilot: Yeah, I just dropped off a couple of guys who saw it in the middle of a canyon. It’s big. Like, really big. Voice: No. I can’t say I’ve heard of it. Pilot: Really? Oh man, I mean, someone should report that, right? Voice: Well, that’s up to you. Pilot: Yeah. It was pretty bad. You got a phone I could use? Voice: Sure, right behind you. Thanks. *gunshot* ???: Just so you’re aware, no one’s gonna find your ship either. *gunshot* Locus: Control, this is Locus. Objective complete. Returning to crash site Bravo.
Yes, with the Board of Directors.
We talked about this last week. True. It’s true. I think so, too. We must sell those stocks now. They’ll lose value soon, so we
must sell them immediately. Understood? It’s not a matter of going against
the Board of Directors. These are decisions that- yes. You decide. But I decide too. So we must- we must sell them now.
Otherwise it doesn’t make sense. Why can’t you understand?
It’s simple. It’s really simple. This is the last time. Ok? Bye. Sorry, Chris… What were you saying? It’s…
These phone calls are… See. Hello? Yes. Yes… The Board of Directors knows this,
they know how it works. Yes. Yes. What do you want to do? Listen, I have been there for years. So, we sell. I talked about it
with the Board of Directors. Yes, we must sell immediately. We’ll talk about it tomorrow.
Ok. Bye. Chris, come on, get out. I have a lot of things to do
and I don’t have time to waste. I can’t bring them to you:
I mean in BOD we decided differently! Five… ten, fifteen, twenty, twenty-five… I’m just trying to solve the problems. If that’s what you think, you are wrong. Daddy, can I ask you a question? Yes, Chris. Tell me. How much do you earn in one hour? Why are you asking? I just want to know, out of curiosity. – Fifty euros, more or less.
– Ah… Dad can you give me
twenty-five euros? So that’s why you asked how much I earn. You need the money to buy
some stupid toy, don’t you? Listen, go to your room now.
I don’t have time waste in this moment. Chris, are you sleeping? No. I was thinking that I’ve been
too harsh with you. I’m sorry I have reacted like that.
It’s that lately I am… I’m very stressed out, because of my job.
I don’t realise how I act toward people. Even those important to me. Here. These are the twenty-five you asked for. Uh. Thank you, daddy. Chris, why did you ask me for money
if you already had some? Because I didn’t have enough.
But now, I do. Enough for what? Now I’ve got fifty euros.
Can I buy an hour of your time? Please, come sooner tomorrow.