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Brechtfast Cereal

because i spent my notebook money on cigarettes.

epsteinian:

👋😿✌️

that grin

epsteinian:

👋😿✌️

that grin

(Source: epsteinian)

There is something pagan in me that I cannot shake off. In short, I deny nothing, but doubt everything.

—Lord Byron  (via mirroir)

(Source: drakontomalloi, via seethingvacuum)

How do you even caption this I don’t even know

How do you even caption this I don’t even know

temporarilyeuropean:

closet-sherlockian:

"How Can I Tell This Customer To Fuck Off Without Getting Fired" - an anthology by retail workers worldwide

So it was xmas 2010 and as per usual there were stressful husbands doing stressful shopping for their stressful holidays. This particular stressed-out husband…

simon’s quips radiate like sunshine on a calm sea

(Source: euo, via catdad)

Yo I discovered an alternate universe.

No way, what was it like?

It was super rad. Like, first of all: Aaliyah never died.

INCREDIBLE.

what about Brittany Murph-

still dead.

oh.

yeah. …yeah…

SO. Julia Nebrija and I were lucky enough to be offered a podcast by the folks over at New Media Factory. It’s called IN FAIRNESS. For all possible reasons.

The first episode aired a couple days ago but i’ve been in a hovel so I’m only posting it now. In any case: WATCH IT. IT WILL NOURISH YOU LIKE TEPID MILK ON A SUNNY DAY.

MTRCB RATING: Like most things I do, this is rated D, which stands for DON’T WATCH THIS UNLESS YOU WANNA SEE ME TEAR THROUGH ALL MY DIRTY BITS.

Without further ado, watch us tackle the Podcast, because what even is a podcast i like don’t even know

Babies’ blanket of skullz

Babies’ blanket of skullz

Mom we love you and all but we r a little put off about the hair around yr nipple not gonna lie

Mom we love you and all but we r a little put off about the hair around yr nipple not gonna lie

Important discovery of Mars bar wrapper in @huliebulie ‘s hair. Hello Adulthood, have a seat in the corner for a bit cuz you reek.

Important discovery of Mars bar wrapper in @huliebulie ‘s hair. Hello Adulthood, have a seat in the corner for a bit cuz you reek.

OOF. RIGHT IN THE FOREHEAD. #headshot

OOF. RIGHT IN THE FOREHEAD. #headshot

This is my bad-ass dad. Last year I sent him a video for Father’s Day because I was in the states and couldn’t be with him. This year I’m posting on this here blog because he’s in the states and I can’t be with him. Again. Alack. Cursèd oceans.My dad is probably the only man I can listen to on a pulpit without a single inch of my skin feeling like it’s on fire. There are many pastors and leaders whom I respect and have learned from, but there’s something special about my dad that calms even the most volcanic hurts and angers I harbor in me toward the Christian church.
And it’s not because he, like, made me. It’s because he is, to me, the best example of a spiritual leader i know… when he steps onto the pulpit to preach, he doesn’t put on a skin, he doesn’t manufacture a halo, he doesn’t stitch himself up and puff out his chest and take on a “commander” tone of voice…
There’s no pretense… only one broken human man talking about the wisdom of the divine to a bunch of broken human men and women. when my dad talks about everything important to him - people, love, life, terror, God, the new season of Homeland - I don’t have to work to believe him… his eyes brim with the honesty of one who has learned to surrender to a God that we can not understand… and it gives him such an immense spiritual power. 
It’s a power I’ll be aiming at my whole life. My brothers, his school, his church, even my blessed and wondrous mom, and the rest of this tumultuous world we live in, have dumped so many things into my father’s lap that would break another man… would fill him with doubts and anger. Those doubts and those angers beg to be hidden, they beg to be stowed away under the glowing skin of one looked up to by so many people [like…SO. MANY. PEOPLE], but what makes my dad such an endless source of inspiration to me is that he accepts those doubts, he wrestles openly with that anger, and through his transparency, I see God’s light shining through in this gorgeous, undeniable, and thrilling way.Happy Father’s Day, Pops. You are such a wellspring of light and wisdom in my life. Your bravery and honesty and relentless commitment to humility have made me into who I am today.

This is my bad-ass dad. Last year I sent him a video for Father’s Day because I was in the states and couldn’t be with him. This year I’m posting on this here blog because he’s in the states and I can’t be with him. Again. Alack. Cursèd oceans.

My dad is probably the only man I can listen to on a pulpit without a single inch of my skin feeling like it’s on fire. There are many pastors and leaders whom I respect and have learned from, but there’s something special about my dad that calms even the most volcanic hurts and angers I harbor in me toward the Christian church.

And it’s not because he, like, made me. It’s because he is, to me, the best example of a spiritual leader i know… when he steps onto the pulpit to preach, he doesn’t put on a skin, he doesn’t manufacture a halo, he doesn’t stitch himself up and puff out his chest and take on a “commander” tone of voice…

There’s no pretense… only one broken human man talking about the wisdom of the divine to a bunch of broken human men and women. when my dad talks about everything important to him - people, love, life, terror, God, the new season of Homeland - I don’t have to work to believe him… his eyes brim with the honesty of one who has learned to surrender to a God that we can not understand… and it gives him such an immense spiritual power.

It’s a power I’ll be aiming at my whole life. My brothers, his school, his church, even my blessed and wondrous mom, and the rest of this tumultuous world we live in, have dumped so many things into my father’s lap that would break another man… would fill him with doubts and anger. Those doubts and those angers beg to be hidden, they beg to be stowed away under the glowing skin of one looked up to by so many people [like…SO. MANY. PEOPLE], but what makes my dad such an endless source of inspiration to me is that he accepts those doubts, he wrestles openly with that anger, and through his transparency, I see God’s light shining through in this gorgeous, undeniable, and thrilling way.

Happy Father’s Day, Pops. You are such a wellspring of light and wisdom in my life. Your bravery and honesty and relentless commitment to humility have made me into who I am today.

Nathan “cooks” “dinner.”

briandanielwolf:

In 2010, there were 8 school shootings in the US.

In 2011, there were 10.

In 2012, there were 14.

In 2013? 28.

In the first half of 2014 alone, we have already suffered 38 school shootings. 

If that doesn’t horrify you, then I don’t know what would.

this is such an enormous reason as to why i moved away from the united states i can’t even tell you.

his link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_school_shootings_in_the_United_States#2010s

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helio-phile:

an actual conversation with my partner

ITZ TROO LUV

helio-phile:

an actual conversation with my partner

ITZ TROO LUV

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