superseventies:

The Clash, 1979

superseventies:

The Clash, 1979

(Fuente: suicidewatch)

norbear20:

a koala hugging a stuffed koala. 
that is all. 

norbear20:

a koala hugging a stuffed koala. 

that is all. 

(Fuente: fxck-this-bullshxt, vía sergeantd)

radiomaru:

mcabrera07:

:3

hehehehehe

mattkeanshair:

gothiccharmschool:

yesbrendonurie:

cokeflow:

You sing along to Panic At The Disco or you hop out of my car and walk

by Fall Out Boy

if you don’t understand why this is funny, I don’t think I can explain it to you. 

by Panic! At The Disco

(vía sergeantd)

nevver:

William Carlos Williams
"Almost everyone who’s even heard Nirvana knows their most famous chart stat: Nevermind knocked Michael Jackson’s heavily hyped Dangerous out of the No. 1 spot in 1992. What’s less known about this era-defining moment is the importance of timing—and Christmas. The data for that particular chart was gathered from December 23–29, 1991. Basically, Jackson’s album had been the top choice of gift-givers right up until the week before Christmas, but when the holiday was over, teenagers armed with Sam Goody gift cards (or copies of Dangerous to exchange) marched to stores to buy Nevermind."

— Chart guru Chris Molanphy breaks down the history of “Kid Season”—aka the annual post-holiday time period when tweens and teens have absolute dominion over the Billboard charts—on The Pitch. (via pitchfork)

"For art to be ‘un-political’ means only to ally itself with the ruling group."

— Bertolt Brecht - A Short Organum for the Theatre (via udaas)

(Fuente: bustakay, vía fyeahclassicalcomposers)

tealherself:

An onna-bugeisha, one of the female warriors of the upper social classes in feudal Japan (rarely photographed!)

tealherself:

An onna-bugeisha, one of the female warriors of the upper social classes in feudal Japan (rarely photographed!)

(vía lasangredeunreptil)