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This is to those of you who felt that he didn’t talk about transgender people enough and to those who keep bashing on him while he is only saying kind words towards your community. There are plenty more of these, and plenty more of him thanking transgender people.


This.

This is to those of you who felt that he didn’t talk about transgender people enough and to those who keep bashing on him while he is only saying kind words towards your community. There are plenty more of these, and plenty more of him thanking transgender people.


This.

This is to those of you who felt that he didn’t talk about transgender people enough and to those who keep bashing on him while he is only saying kind words towards your community. There are plenty more of these, and plenty more of him thanking transgender people.


This.

This is to those of you who felt that he didn’t talk about transgender people enough and to those who keep bashing on him while he is only saying kind words towards your community. There are plenty more of these, and plenty more of him thanking transgender people.


This.

This is to those of you who felt that he didn’t talk about transgender people enough and to those who keep bashing on him while he is only saying kind words towards your community. There are plenty more of these, and plenty more of him thanking transgender people.


This.

This is to those of you who felt that he didn’t talk about transgender people enough and to those who keep bashing on him while he is only saying kind words towards your community. There are plenty more of these, and plenty more of him thanking transgender people.


This.
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#2 — interview at the Roxy, West Hollywood show
(Originally published 6-26-2005: http://archive.is/S9i2a )
30 Seconds to Mars: Interviewby Aaron PompeyHours before 30 Seconds to Mars takes the stage at the Roxy in West Hollywood for the first time in over a year, the band is huddled around a booth in the venue’s VIP lounge talking about inspiration. Jared Leto, the band’s frontman and guitarist, likes to attribute some of his own inspiration to simple circumstance. “Wherever you go, there you are,” he remarks glibly. And before he can elaborate, his cell phone rings. Jared frowns and reaches into his back pocket. “It’s all the last-minute motherfuckers,” Jared mumbles as he pulls out a flip phone and stares blankly at the number flashing on its screen. “The funny thing is,” Jared places the blinking phone on the large round table in front of him, “there are a couple tickets that sold on eBay for $217.” He shakes his head, “Crazy motherfuckers.”
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bartmanfredi:


#2 — interview at the Roxy, West Hollywood show
(Originally published 6-26-2005: http://archive.is/S9i2a )
30 Seconds to Mars: Interviewby Aaron PompeyHours before 30 Seconds to Mars takes the stage at the Roxy in West Hollywood for the first time in over a year, the band is huddled around a booth in the venue’s VIP lounge talking about inspiration. Jared Leto, the band’s frontman and guitarist, likes to attribute some of his own inspiration to simple circumstance. “Wherever you go, there you are,” he remarks glibly. And before he can elaborate, his cell phone rings. Jared frowns and reaches into his back pocket. “It’s all the last-minute motherfuckers,” Jared mumbles as he pulls out a flip phone and stares blankly at the number flashing on its screen. “The funny thing is,” Jared places the blinking phone on the large round table in front of him, “there are a couple tickets that sold on eBay for $217.” He shakes his head, “Crazy motherfuckers.”
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bartmanfredi:


#2 — interview at the Roxy, West Hollywood show
(Originally published 6-26-2005: http://archive.is/S9i2a )
30 Seconds to Mars: Interviewby Aaron PompeyHours before 30 Seconds to Mars takes the stage at the Roxy in West Hollywood for the first time in over a year, the band is huddled around a booth in the venue’s VIP lounge talking about inspiration. Jared Leto, the band’s frontman and guitarist, likes to attribute some of his own inspiration to simple circumstance. “Wherever you go, there you are,” he remarks glibly. And before he can elaborate, his cell phone rings. Jared frowns and reaches into his back pocket. “It’s all the last-minute motherfuckers,” Jared mumbles as he pulls out a flip phone and stares blankly at the number flashing on its screen. “The funny thing is,” Jared places the blinking phone on the large round table in front of him, “there are a couple tickets that sold on eBay for $217.” He shakes his head, “Crazy motherfuckers.”
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bartmanfredi:


#2 — interview at the Roxy, West Hollywood show
(Originally published 6-26-2005: http://archive.is/S9i2a )
30 Seconds to Mars: Interviewby Aaron PompeyHours before 30 Seconds to Mars takes the stage at the Roxy in West Hollywood for the first time in over a year, the band is huddled around a booth in the venue’s VIP lounge talking about inspiration. Jared Leto, the band’s frontman and guitarist, likes to attribute some of his own inspiration to simple circumstance. “Wherever you go, there you are,” he remarks glibly. And before he can elaborate, his cell phone rings. Jared frowns and reaches into his back pocket. “It’s all the last-minute motherfuckers,” Jared mumbles as he pulls out a flip phone and stares blankly at the number flashing on its screen. “The funny thing is,” Jared places the blinking phone on the large round table in front of him, “there are a couple tickets that sold on eBay for $217.” He shakes his head, “Crazy motherfuckers.”
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bartmanfredi:


#2 — interview at the Roxy, West Hollywood show
(Originally published 6-26-2005: http://archive.is/S9i2a )
30 Seconds to Mars: Interviewby Aaron PompeyHours before 30 Seconds to Mars takes the stage at the Roxy in West Hollywood for the first time in over a year, the band is huddled around a booth in the venue’s VIP lounge talking about inspiration. Jared Leto, the band’s frontman and guitarist, likes to attribute some of his own inspiration to simple circumstance. “Wherever you go, there you are,” he remarks glibly. And before he can elaborate, his cell phone rings. Jared frowns and reaches into his back pocket. “It’s all the last-minute motherfuckers,” Jared mumbles as he pulls out a flip phone and stares blankly at the number flashing on its screen. “The funny thing is,” Jared places the blinking phone on the large round table in front of him, “there are a couple tickets that sold on eBay for $217.” He shakes his head, “Crazy motherfuckers.”
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bartmanfredi:


#2 — interview at the Roxy, West Hollywood show
(Originally published 6-26-2005: http://archive.is/S9i2a )
30 Seconds to Mars: Interviewby Aaron PompeyHours before 30 Seconds to Mars takes the stage at the Roxy in West Hollywood for the first time in over a year, the band is huddled around a booth in the venue’s VIP lounge talking about inspiration. Jared Leto, the band’s frontman and guitarist, likes to attribute some of his own inspiration to simple circumstance. “Wherever you go, there you are,” he remarks glibly. And before he can elaborate, his cell phone rings. Jared frowns and reaches into his back pocket. “It’s all the last-minute motherfuckers,” Jared mumbles as he pulls out a flip phone and stares blankly at the number flashing on its screen. “The funny thing is,” Jared places the blinking phone on the large round table in front of him, “there are a couple tickets that sold on eBay for $217.” He shakes his head, “Crazy motherfuckers.”
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bartmanfredi:


#2 — interview at the Roxy, West Hollywood show
(Originally published 6-26-2005: http://archive.is/S9i2a )
30 Seconds to Mars: Interviewby Aaron PompeyHours before 30 Seconds to Mars takes the stage at the Roxy in West Hollywood for the first time in over a year, the band is huddled around a booth in the venue’s VIP lounge talking about inspiration. Jared Leto, the band’s frontman and guitarist, likes to attribute some of his own inspiration to simple circumstance. “Wherever you go, there you are,” he remarks glibly. And before he can elaborate, his cell phone rings. Jared frowns and reaches into his back pocket. “It’s all the last-minute motherfuckers,” Jared mumbles as he pulls out a flip phone and stares blankly at the number flashing on its screen. “The funny thing is,” Jared places the blinking phone on the large round table in front of him, “there are a couple tickets that sold on eBay for $217.” He shakes his head, “Crazy motherfuckers.”
(full text)
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bartmanfredi:


#2 — interview at the Roxy, West Hollywood show
(Originally published 6-26-2005: http://archive.is/S9i2a )
30 Seconds to Mars: Interviewby Aaron PompeyHours before 30 Seconds to Mars takes the stage at the Roxy in West Hollywood for the first time in over a year, the band is huddled around a booth in the venue’s VIP lounge talking about inspiration. Jared Leto, the band’s frontman and guitarist, likes to attribute some of his own inspiration to simple circumstance. “Wherever you go, there you are,” he remarks glibly. And before he can elaborate, his cell phone rings. Jared frowns and reaches into his back pocket. “It’s all the last-minute motherfuckers,” Jared mumbles as he pulls out a flip phone and stares blankly at the number flashing on its screen. “The funny thing is,” Jared places the blinking phone on the large round table in front of him, “there are a couple tickets that sold on eBay for $217.” He shakes his head, “Crazy motherfuckers.”
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Golden Globes 2014 - 'Best Supporting Actor' Jared Leto
“He always talked about an interest in playing a transgender. He’s just an artist. He does many things. I thought the role was great, so it was like, of course you’re going to do that role. I was happy for him.” -Shannon Leto

Golden Globes 2014 - 'Best Supporting Actor' Jared Leto
“He always talked about an interest in playing a transgender. He’s just an artist. He does many things. I thought the role was great, so it was like, of course you’re going to do that role. I was happy for him.” -Shannon Leto

Golden Globes 2014 - 'Best Supporting Actor' Jared Leto
“He always talked about an interest in playing a transgender. He’s just an artist. He does many things. I thought the role was great, so it was like, of course you’re going to do that role. I was happy for him.” -Shannon Leto

Golden Globes 2014 - 'Best Supporting Actor' Jared Leto
“He always talked about an interest in playing a transgender. He’s just an artist. He does many things. I thought the role was great, so it was like, of course you’re going to do that role. I was happy for him.” -Shannon Leto
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"This is a story about an incredible adventure that we all shared together this summer. A summer that we will never forget. It’s also a reminder (for myself as well) to LIVE LIFE NO MATTER WHAT. But ultimately it’s a love letter to you all. The believers." - Jared Leto

"This is a story about an incredible adventure that we all shared together this summer. A summer that we will never forget. It’s also a reminder (for myself as well) to LIVE LIFE NO MATTER WHAT. But ultimately it’s a love letter to you all. The believers." - Jared Leto

"This is a story about an incredible adventure that we all shared together this summer. A summer that we will never forget. It’s also a reminder (for myself as well) to LIVE LIFE NO MATTER WHAT. But ultimately it’s a love letter to you all. The believers." - Jared Leto

"This is a story about an incredible adventure that we all shared together this summer. A summer that we will never forget. It’s also a reminder (for myself as well) to LIVE LIFE NO MATTER WHAT. But ultimately it’s a love letter to you all. The believers." - Jared Leto

"This is a story about an incredible adventure that we all shared together this summer. A summer that we will never forget. It’s also a reminder (for myself as well) to LIVE LIFE NO MATTER WHAT. But ultimately it’s a love letter to you all. The believers." - Jared Leto
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