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Serotonin Sarah - Emergency Door Relase

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In the depth of my soul there is a wordless song. Khalil Gibran. (via quotedojo)
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freeindie:

This is what $19.50 got you in 1992.

freeindie:

This is what $19.50 got you in 1992.

Inappropriate Music Jokes in the Studio

'Yeah Man, I figured since it's the 20 year anniversary of Cobain's death I'd do a speciality show on Nirvana'

'That'd be awesome! Oh man, I'm so excited I feel like my head is going to explode!!'

'….'

Tune in to Radio1190.Org at 11am MST/1pm EST for a Nirvana Speciality Show, entailing the rise and fall of one our generations most troubled heroes!

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La Blogothèque

Johnny Cash - Out Among the Stars (With Brandon Flowers, Father John Misty & Local Natives)

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roxydrew:

I actually find Aeron Greyjoy rather interesting (probably the only ASOIAF fan that’s eager for more of his chapters :P)

roxydrew:

I actually find Aeron Greyjoy rather interesting (probably the only ASOIAF fan that’s eager for more of his chapters :P)

The Addict - Bo Saris

Reblogged from rockandfloyd
artdecco80:

banana lp
warhol cover
velvet underground

artdecco80:

banana lp

warhol cover

velvet underground

(Source: rockandfloyd)

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vicemag:

Ukrainian Revolution Awakens Totalitarian Demons
While attention has been focused on Russia’s occupation of Crimea, pro-Russian Ukrainians and uninformed observers have raised alarm in recent weeks about a purported resurgence of fascism in Kiev. Reports have circulated about the interim Ukrainian government supposedly banning the Communist Party, lifting bans on Nazi propaganda, or committing a host of politically unconscionable acts. Setting aside the utter improbability that any such initiatives would become the law of the land, these claims have certainly scared the crap out of some people.
For the West (and a minority of Russians), the storyline has been that a pro-democracy movement—which strives for human rights, dignity, yoga pants, and all that jazz—overthrew a corrupt Ukrainian regime that was merely a puppet of Russia. For Russians (and a minority of Westerners), it’s been that an armed group illegally seized power in a right-wing coup with the support of neo-fascists.
The political arguments surrounding the events in Crimea are similar to what you’d expect from the average American online political discussion, even if most of the Hitler comparisons are written in Cyrillic.
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vicemag:

Ukrainian Revolution Awakens Totalitarian Demons

While attention has been focused on Russia’s occupation of Crimea, pro-Russian Ukrainians and uninformed observers have raised alarm in recent weeks about a purported resurgence of fascism in Kiev. Reports have circulated about the interim Ukrainian government supposedly banning the Communist Party, lifting bans on Nazi propaganda, or committing a host of politically unconscionable acts. Setting aside the utter improbability that any such initiatives would become the law of the land, these claims have certainly scared the crap out of some people.

For the West (and a minority of Russians), the storyline has been that a pro-democracy movement—which strives for human rights, dignity, yoga pants, and all that jazz—overthrew a corrupt Ukrainian regime that was merely a puppet of Russia. For Russians (and a minority of Westerners), it’s been that an armed group illegally seized power in a right-wing coup with the support of neo-fascists.

The political arguments surrounding the events in Crimea are similar to what you’d expect from the average American online political discussion, even if most of the Hitler comparisons are written in Cyrillic.

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One of the best scenes in the show.

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