So, if the international gay conspiracy had been more successful with their agenda to turn everyone gay and gays - as we all know - have sex all the time with just about anyone, would Elliot Roger have turned into a happy, healthy and emotionally balanced young man taking his lovers for a ride in his car on the weekends?
Gaining some(SOME) foresight was the biggest mistake I ever made, now I attempt to plan for shit, like who the fuck am I even? I don't plan things. Oh well I always fail at following through with all that shit anyway, so meh. Seriously though, fuck being able to somewhat think ahead, it makes me feel almost responsible-ish and like a fucking crone thing.
I almost want severely overdeveloped Se or whatever the fuck I had when I was little again but my brain is all now, "no think of the consequences" and I'm all "shut up I don't pay you to think you slab of raw noodle meat."
I don't want to be become an ISFJ (no offense, I like them but I want to stay the same)
I missed that it was worst to best and not the other way around, and began to question your judgement. But as it turns out, you're a true patrician!
If you switch the rankings of Amnesiac and Hail to the Thief, your Radiohead list is identical to mine. And of the three Talking Heads albums I've heard, I'd rank them Remain in Light > Fear of Music > 77.
For Neil Young, I'd say:
1. Live at Massey Hall 1971
2. Live Rust
3. Tonight's the Night
4. On the Beach
5. Rust Never Sleeps
I like the live albums the best because the songs sound better in a live setting, imo. Plus it's a great mix of classic songs and hidden gems.