killermikegto:

"Oh My Darling Don’t Cry" via Adult Swim’s kick ass singles campaign. RTJ2 coming Oct 27th. Check out really funny pre-order packages @ runthejewels.net

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houseofsugar:

carlboygenius:

The Impermanence of Pleasure

my favourite thing I’ve seen in a while

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As always happens, glitches occurred. The Royal Canadian Rifles assembled on Ottawa’s Sparks street to fire a feu de joie, pulled their triggers on command and watched their ramrods, which they had forgotten to remove, make a graceful arc across the street. In Whitby, Ontario, a cavalry troop staged a mock attack on a square of militiamen, but as the Oshawa Vindicator reported, “some of them rush[ed] so closely upon the bayonets as to receive severe thrusts.”

Richard Gwyn

John A.: The man who made us, Vol 1, 2007

cinemagorgeous:

Illuminated Code From Space. Stefania Rota uses the tilt-shift effect to show us the cosmos in a whole new way.

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rhamphotheca:

Beautiful photos of abandoned places.

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chanel-emphasis:

melon-kiddo:

diaphanee:

Abandoned Rail Bridge, Japan.

That’s the coolest thing ever!! It looks like a tropical roller coaster

chanel-emphasis:

melon-kiddo:

diaphanee:

Abandoned Rail Bridge, Japan.

That’s the coolest thing ever!! It looks like a tropical roller coaster

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queerwashing:

*takes bad selfie* *deletes* glad nobody outside a small group of nsa staffers saw that whew

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If the university teaches us primarily how to be in debt, how to waste our labor power, how to fall prey to petty anxieties, it thereby teaches us how to be consumers. Education is a commodity like everything else that we want without caring for. It is a thing, and it makes its purchasers into things. One’s future position in the system, one’s relation to others, is purchased first with money and then with the demonstration of obedience. First we pay, then we “work hard.” And there is the split: one is both the commander and the commanded, consumer and consumed. It is the system itself which one obeys, the cold buildings that enforce subservience. Those who teach are treated with all the respect of an automated messaging system. Only the logic of customer satisfaction obtains here: was the course easy? Was the teacher hot? Could any stupid asshole get an A? What’s the point of acquiring knowledge when it can be called up with a few keystrokes? Who needs memory when we have the internet? A training in thought? You can’t be serious. A moral preparation? There are anti-depressants for that.


The collapse of the global economy is here and now.

— identity in crisis, from baedan (via svidrigailovskaya)
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