Looks like something on Mario Kart or something I love it
Sometimes I think about this heaven on earth and my heart breaks for not being there.
Perhaps the last portrait actor Philip Seymour Hoffman sat for, taken January 19 at the Sundance Film Festival. (via Gizmodo)
When I was in the hospital
I was roomed with a schizophrenic
And she was the most gentle person I have ever met
There was a boy with a long deep slit across his neck
Who told very funny jokes
A girl who never spoke a word
Would draw the most beautiful pictures
The boy who shook with anxiety
Could hold the most intelligent conversations
Even the girl who screamed in her sleep and picked at her skin
Had a heart the size of the ocean
We are not who you think we are
#your worst nightmare
Little gamecubes resting in their natural habitat
why would anyone need to own so many gamecubes
They arent owned, they are wild gamecubes
Fairest of them all
Yes, we’re frightening. *growl*
So our Western Australian premier, Colin Barnett has passed a bill to cull sharks off our coastline.
He is now proposing to set up shark baits 1km off popular beaches in an attempt to murder more beautiful beasts of the ocean, including the endangered Great White Shark.
Thousands of locals and aussies have protested, campaigned, signed petitions, wrote letters but we aren’t receiving a response.
Please help this issue receive the publicity it deserves.
putting this on the main blog because i love the shit out of sharks. i can’t believe what that idiot is trying to do, does he not know what’ll happen if we lose sharks? what the fuck.
The Museum Of Endangered Sounds
"I launched the site in January of 2012 as a way to preserve the sounds made famous by my favorite old technologies and electronics equipment. For instance, the textured rattle and hum of a VHS tape being sucked into the womb of a 1983 JVC HR-7100 VCR. As you probably know, it’s a wonderfully complex sound, subtle yet unfiltered. But, as streaming playback becomes more common in the US, and as people in developing nations like Canada and the UK get brought up to DVD players, it’s likely that the world will have seen and heard the last of older machines like the HR-7100. And as new products come to market, we stand to lose much more than VCRs.
"Imagine a world where we never again hear the symphonic startup of a Windows 95 machine. Imagine generations of children unacquainted with the chattering of angels lodged deep within the recesses of an old cathode ray tube TV. And when the entire world has adopted devices with sleek, silent touch interfaces, where will we turn for the sound of fingers striking QWERTY keypads? Tell me that. And tell me: Who will play my GameBoy when I’m gone?
"These questions and more led me to the undertaking that is The Museum Of Endangered Sounds…"
(link via junkyarmessiah)