"And, Boyle, as requested, you will be ‘The Deuce’."

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nprmusic:

Sleater-Kinney announce new album, share song. Carrie Brownstein tells us the time was right to reunite

Photo: Brigitte Sire

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stop-chicken-nugget-abuse:

nevvzealand:

happy birthday someone

I like reblog going this becaUSE WHAT IF YOU SAW THIS ON YOUR BIRTHDAY HOW COOL WOULD THAT BE

GERMANY. GUESS WHAT.

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tastefullyoffensive:

How the dinosaurs really died.[via]

tastefullyoffensive:

How the dinosaurs really died.

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Cash+David - Bones

OCTOBER 14, 2014

fuckinghomepage:

TIP OF THE FUCKING DAY: 

MANNERS NEVER GO OUT OF STYLE.

WEBSITE OF THE FUCKING DAY:

THE SHIT NASA HAS INVENTED. more»

For weeks I’d been told by seemingly everyone on the internet that witnessing Kate Bush live was a life-changing event; a transformative experience of staggering magnitude. Attendees described a sort of positive version of the climactic ark-opening sequence from Raiders of the Lost Ark, of thousands of people simultaneously overpowered by a work of supernatural genius. Apparently these people didn’t simply attend a rock concert – they were French-kissed by God.

So majestic was the performance, all the molecules in their bodies were disassembled and temporarily rearranged into a pulsating jellyfish of pure enjoyment, basking helplessly yet blissfully on the shores of Lake Kate, before the stunning finale finally healed and reformed them and sent them on their way. They crawled from the venue on all fours, uncontrollably weeping and soiling themselves all the way home. Hours later, once they’d finished shaking, they went on Twitter and explained how even the typographical layout of the ticket stub had made them cry nine times.

And yet here was someone shrugging at it all.

— Charlie Brooker’s This awesome dissection of internet hyperbole will make you cry and change your life in the Guardian
thelingspace:

gelasticscholastic:

sqbr:

[A diagram of the consonants collected by their places of articulation within the mouth and larynx]

rattiepuff

This is a really cool chart! I like the imagining of it. But I feel like I should point out that [k], [g], and [ŋ] aren’t alveolar sounds, but velar. The line points to the right place, but the word is wrong. Still! Really nice chart. I’d stick this in a phonetics class any day. ^_^

thelingspace:

gelasticscholastic:

sqbr:

[A diagram of the consonants collected by their places of articulation within the mouth and larynx]

rattiepuff

This is a really cool chart! I like the imagining of it. But I feel like I should point out that [k], [g], and [ŋ] aren’t alveolar sounds, but velar. The line points to the right place, but the word is wrong. Still! Really nice chart. I’d stick this in a phonetics class any day. ^_^

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Album Art

a-different-kind-of-tune:

Autumn - Bear In Heaven

ArtistBear In Heaven
TitleAutumn
AlbumTime Is Over One Day Old

Jasmine Thompson - Say Something

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Hozier - Take Me to Church

Album Art

Hozier - Someone New

ArtistHozier
TitleSomeone New
AlbumHozier (Deluxe Version)