thekinkycardinal:

It was raining earlier, now it’s hot as balls.

thekinkycardinal:

It was raining earlier, now it’s hot as balls.


"Death. The big sleep. Deep down, fearing the Reaper is the reason why everyone’s so messed up in their heads. They know the end is nigh and there’s nothing they can do about it, and it drives them nuts and they live their lives with one eye on the clock. We don’t have to do that. We can smash the clock to pieces. That is an incredible blessing. God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes, for when they shall arise from the dead they are as angels which are in Heaven." - In The Flesh, season 1



visited orla, she visited me, lots of anxiety stomach ache and random talking, some popcorn and lollies. i got my wok back, and a pair of scissors, FINALLY


Song: UnknownNorwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)
Artist: UnknownThe Beatles
Album: UnknownRubber Soul
Played: 25 times

thebeatlesband:

- Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) (traducido literalmente al español como “Madera noruega (Esta ave ha volado)” es una canción de The Beatles que apareció por primera vez en su álbum de 1965, Rubber Soul. Acreditada a Lennon/McCartney, fue escrita por John Lennon, aunque McCartney contribuyó algunas frases de la letra. -



Two sailors ca. 1940-1945. An image featured in the “Love and War” exhibit at the Kinsey Institute Gallery. More info on the exhibit can be found here.
“The photo is usually seen cropped from the waist up, as it was in the 1980s when the activist organization ACT-UP used in it on a T-shirt in their Read My Lips campaign. But the print hanging in the Kinsey gallery is the original version. Below decks, the sailors’ flies are open, and they are, so to speak, crossing swords.”

Two sailors ca. 1940-1945. An image featured in the “Love and War” exhibit at the Kinsey Institute Gallery. More info on the exhibit can be found here.

The photo is usually seen cropped from the waist up, as it was in the 1980s when the activist organization ACT-UP used in it on a T-shirt in their Read My Lips campaign. But the print hanging in the Kinsey gallery is the original version. Below decks, the sailors’ flies are open, and they are, so to speak, crossing swords.”



abernathic:

The Secret History Meme: (2/8) characters

☞ Charles Macaulay

There was a piano, too, and Charles was playing, 
a glass of whiskey on the seat beside him.
He was a little drunk; the Chopin was slurred and fluid,
the notes melting sleepily into one another.
A breeze stirred the heavy, moth-eaten
velvet curtains, ruffling his hair.



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