Break my face with a 2x4

Blow your brains out across the floor

GAAAAAAAAAK.

I haven’t done anything on Tumblr in forever…Hell, I forgot I even had this goddamn thing.

Whatever.

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theyahooanswers:

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 Is that, like, Orbit gum plus abortion? o_O;

theyahooanswers:

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 Is that, like, Orbit gum plus abortion? o_O;

How to Erase a Harddrive with Violence

mrhci:

Remove the harddrive from the machine. Get a good, hefty hammer. Preferably a claw hammer as it may come in handy in step 4. Bash the fuck out of the harddrive casing until it pops open. Yank out the disc itself. Bash the fuck out of the disc with the hammer. Bend the disc, if possible.  Better yet, break it. Throw the disc away. Put the hammer back where you got it. Have a cookie, non-digital variety.

Oh, how I miss the early 2000’s (2000 - 2004, to be exact). Ha.

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Appearance-wise, yes.
Nobody she knows has heard of or likes the Beatles, Pink Floyd (remember, they wrote “Dogs”), or Zeppelin?Where the fuck does she live?

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Appearance-wise, yes.

Nobody she knows has heard of or likes the Beatles, Pink Floyd (remember, they wrote “Dogs”), or Zeppelin?
Where the fuck does she live?

postpunk:

jasontheexploder:

Jon Stewart PiL joke FTW


 Oh wow.

postpunk:

jasontheexploder:

Jon Stewart PiL joke FTW

 Oh wow.

surrealism:

Sunday Dalí: Leaving the Terrace of Anger. 1960. Original Woodblock Engraving. Size:13” x 10.5”.

In the early 1950’s Dali was commissioned by the Italian government to create illustrations of the text of Dante’s “Divine Comedy” to be published by La Libreria dello Stato in honor of the upcoming septocentennial of the poet’s birth. There was, of course, negative feedback from Italians who thought it distasteful to have a Spanish artist and an irreverent Surrealist at that, be hired to illustrate what was widely considered to be the greatest and most respected epic poem in their nation’s history.
When the project was eventually dropped by the Italian government Dali brought what was created thus far to old friend and French art publisher Joseph Foret, who immediately found support for Dante’s illustrations with Parisian publishing house Editions d’Art les Heaures Claires. Over nine years in the making, the works were completed in 1960 and subsequently published as a set of six volumes between 1960 and 1964.
The suite, comprised of 101 watercolors, contains incredible imagery ranging from the grotesque to the sublime as our artist follows Dante from the deepest circles of Hell, up the mountain of Purgatory, and into heavenly Paradise. These works have been reproduced by the technique of wood engraving, engravers having carved 3,500 blocks for the prints – approximately 35 separate blocks per print. Dali himself thought this suite to be one of the most important of his career and it is considered by many today to be his most incredible and notable work. (via William Bennet Gallery)

surrealism:

Sunday Dalí: Leaving the Terrace of Anger. 1960. Original Woodblock Engraving. Size:13” x 10.5”.

In the early 1950’s Dali was commissioned by the Italian government to create illustrations of the text of Dante’s “Divine Comedy” to be published by La Libreria dello Stato in honor of the upcoming septocentennial of the poet’s birth. There was, of course, negative feedback from Italians who thought it distasteful to have a Spanish artist and an irreverent Surrealist at that, be hired to illustrate what was widely considered to be the greatest and most respected epic poem in their nation’s history.

When the project was eventually dropped by the Italian government Dali brought what was created thus far to old friend and French art publisher Joseph Foret, who immediately found support for Dante’s illustrations with Parisian publishing house Editions d’Art les Heaures Claires. Over nine years in the making, the works were completed in 1960 and subsequently published as a set of six volumes between 1960 and 1964.

The suite, comprised of 101 watercolors, contains incredible imagery ranging from the grotesque to the sublime as our artist follows Dante from the deepest circles of Hell, up the mountain of Purgatory, and into heavenly Paradise. These works have been reproduced by the technique of wood engraving, engravers having carved 3,500 blocks for the prints – approximately 35 separate blocks per print. Dali himself thought this suite to be one of the most important of his career and it is considered by many today to be his most incredible and notable work. (via William Bennet Gallery)

if you wait for things to change you´ll just grow old and die and nothing will ever change Fer (via signhereplz)

God I love puffins.

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Can you draw me some pretty pornography?

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Maybe…give us some examples of what you consider to be “pretty pornography.”

Like, the classic Cure album Pornography is very pretty to my ears (though it may not be that way to others. Oh well, to each their own, I guess.)