sadspaghetti:

so the local news picked up this crow on the skycam

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Title: How Does it Feel? Artist: Crass 0 plays

illusionsofpeace:

My friend the time has come for us to say goodbye
So with these parting words I bid you farewell
It seems the life we led was just a shameful lie
What does the future hold? Well only time will tell

I’m not scared of dying and I don’t really care
If it’s peace you find in dying well then let my time be near
If it’s peace you find in dying when dying time is here
Bundle up my coffin, ‘cos it’s cold down there

And when I’m dead
And when I’m gone
There will be one child born
And a world will carry on

Some say our fate is sealed and help to tie the knot
Some say that this may be the lull before the storm
But there’s one piece of nature everyone’s forgot
And that’s, “The darkest hour is always before the dawn!”

When the candle burns low
When there’s no more to say
Dig me a hole
Where my body might lay

underthecrownofstars:

This photo was taken when Robin Williams came into the hc/punk record store in DC and bought a Bad Brains shirt, a Gorilla Biscuits shirt and a Monty Python shirt. RIP Robin Williams.

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I heard joke once:
Man goes to doctor. Says he’s depressed, life is harsh and cruel. Says he feels all alone in threatening world.
Doctor says, “Treatment is simple. The great clown Pagliacci is in town. Go see him. That should pick you up.”
Man bursts into tears.
“But doctor,” he says, “I am Pagliacci.”

Rorschach, Watchmen (x) (Alan Moore)

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fuckyeahpaganism:

Rán is the Norse goddess of storms, and the wife of the sea god Aegir. She rules over the realm of the dead which is situated on the bottom of the ocean. She sinks ships and collects drowned sailors in her nets and takes them to her hall where she tenderly ministers them (drowned persons neither go to Valhalla nor to Helheim). With Aegir she is the mother of nine daughters (their names are poetic terms for different characteristics of waves), who wore white robes and veils. Sailors often carried gold or other jewels in case their boat sunk to offer and please the goddess. 

Photo Cred: Elisabeth Alba 

destroyed-and-abandoned:

Abandoned lighthouse near Bloody Point in the Chesapeake.

Source: Greenwing (reddit)

If you don’t listen to Days N’ Daze you’re doing it wrong.

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