October 29, 2012

brosephstalin:

Happy Birthday Bob Ross

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October 28, 2012
"The most important grammatical tic in Radiohead lyrics, unlike the habitual lyrical “I” and apostrophic “you” of pop, is the “we.” We ride. We awake. We escape. We’re damaged goods. Bring down the government, they don’t speak for us. But also: We suck young blood. We can wipe you out anytime. The pronoun doesn’t point to any existing collectivity; the songs aren’t about a national group or even the generic audience for rock. So who is “we”? There is the scared individual, lying to say he’s not alone—like the child who says “we’re coming in there!” so imagined monsters won’t know he’s by himself. There’s the “we” you might wish for, the imagined collectivity that could resist or threaten; and this may shade into the thought of all the other listeners besides you, in their rooms or cars alone, singing these same bits of lyrics."

— Radiohead and Philosophy (via davidbyrne)

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October 16, 2012

The body of famous Japanese pop idol, Yukiko Okada, who committed suicide in 1986 at the age of 18. She was initially found in her gas-filled apartment hiding in a closet sobbing with her wrists slashed. Roughly two hours after she was found she threw herself out of a seven story building and succeeded in ending her life.
Today the reasons for her sudden suicide remain unknown. Okada was beginning to reach the peak of her career and was still young, her friends reported her as always having been filled with happiness and joy.Her untimely death resulted in many copycat suicides in Japan, soon christened with the neoligism “Yukiko Syndrome”

The body of famous Japanese pop idol, Yukiko Okada, who committed suicide in 1986 at the age of 18. She was initially found in her gas-filled apartment hiding in a closet sobbing with her wrists slashed. Roughly two hours after she was found she threw herself out of a seven story building and succeeded in ending her life.

Today the reasons for her sudden suicide remain unknown. Okada was beginning to reach the peak of her career and was still young, her friends reported her as always having been filled with happiness and joy.
Her untimely death resulted in many copycat suicides in Japan, soon christened with the neoligism “Yukiko Syndrome”

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October 16, 2012

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October 11, 2012

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aresnakesreal:

prampcamp:

So a friend of mine pitched down the sound of a baby crying and

oh jesus

basically me

oh my fucking god

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October 11, 2012

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October 9, 2012

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October 8, 2012

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October 4, 2012

Ryan Gosling’s reactions when girls scream at him.

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September 29, 2012
likeafieldmouse:

Sara Teasdale - There Will Come Soft Rain

likeafieldmouse:

Sara Teasdale - There Will Come Soft Rain

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