animalhairmuseum:

New exhibit! This one is about memorials.
HEY TUMBLR THE BOOK COMES OUT AROUND MID MAY AND I’LL BE AT RIVER CITY COMIC EXPO MAY 10TH WITH NEW STUFF SO COME CHECK ME OUT OW OWWWWW

animalhairmuseum:

New exhibit! This one is about memorials.

HEY TUMBLR THE BOOK COMES OUT AROUND MID MAY AND I’LL BE AT RIVER CITY COMIC EXPO MAY 10TH WITH NEW STUFF SO COME CHECK ME OUT OW OWWWWW

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Just did that thing when you forget to turn out the furthest light in the house, so you have to walk back to bed in pitch black and you stub your toe on everything.

dropboxofcuriosities:

Monocle cat.

dropboxofcuriosities:

Monocle cat.

attackofthekillerderk:

synthcats:

Wendy Carlos plays selections from the soundtracks for Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining and A Clockwork Orange. She plays an instrument she helped design called the Circular Controller or “Cir-Con” and remembers Stanley Kubrick.

(Featuring a few of her cats.)

This video is rad as hell.

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angrynerdyblogger:

laughingsquid:

Inside Action Park, The World’s Most Dangerous Amusement Park

OK but no this park has been haunting my dreams since I reblogged this yesterday and I did some research and just well here are a few of my favourite quotes you will not be disappointed with this park
General:
"The Alpine Slide concept was simple enough: you sat on a sled and descended down concrete tracks using a hand brake to control your speed, either slowly or at a speed described by a former park employee as "death awaits"." 
"The Tarzan Swing was known for scraped toe knuckles and also the shock that people would experience when their bodies were immersed in the icy cold water below. The water was so cold that people would forget how to swim once they hit it." 
"[The Cannonball Loop (ride pictured)] supposedly dismembered test dummies and maybe even a few park employees in trial runs.” 
"The Super Speedboats could go up to 35-40 miles an hour and were treated like bumper boats by park attendees. They were also set up in a swamp, in the middle of which was a small, rocky island populated by an uneasy alliance of water snakes and lifeguards." 
Former Employees:
“They actually had the audacity to have a “slow” lane and a “fast” lane. They should have been called “injured” lane and “dead” lane.” 
“One of these vigorous “shoots” was particularly intriguing, as it would suck you in and then immediately make an abrupt 90 degree turn. Not a 45 degree turn. Not even a nice, slow, smooth, curvy 90 degree turn. No. It would literally slam you into a wall and toss you in a different direction and then project your young, gnarled body into a gooey pond of crying kids and water snakes. It was awesome.” 
“Finally, the third thing that would catch your attention was the ubiquitous “first aid cart.” Kind of like a golf cart, piloted by two zitty teens wearing oversized EMT shirts, the cart would inevitably be seen looping through the trails, grass, and little forests that surrounded the park.” 
“People giving the finger, shouting descriptive and awful things, and undressing in midair were commonplace.” 
"We used to steal kegs, drink the beer, ride the Indy cars down Route 94, crash the Indy cars, get the Indy cars back to the park without anybody seeing us (there were only three cops in Vernon back then) and then go for a swim at the pools to sober up."
And, my personal favourite:
"The Cannonball Loop was the brainchild of some Swiss guy they imported on a week-long visa. I was one of the idiots that accepted you-know-who’s crisp $100 bill to test run it. That was my last ride. $100 did not buy enough booze to drown out that memory." 
[Source]


The theme park Shellac named their first album after!

angrynerdyblogger:

laughingsquid:

Inside Action Park, The World’s Most Dangerous Amusement Park

OK but no this park has been haunting my dreams since I reblogged this yesterday and I did some research and just well here are a few of my favourite quotes you will not be disappointed with this park

General:

  • "The Alpine Slide concept was simple enough: you sat on a sled and descended down concrete tracks using a hand brake to control your speed, either slowly or at a speed described by a former park employee as "death awaits"." 
  • "The Tarzan Swing was known for scraped toe knuckles and also the shock that people would experience when their bodies were immersed in the icy cold water below. The water was so cold that people would forget how to swim once they hit it." 
  • "[The Cannonball Loop (ride pictured)] supposedly dismembered test dummies and maybe even a few park employees in trial runs.” 
  • "The Super Speedboats could go up to 35-40 miles an hour and were treated like bumper boats by park attendees. They were also set up in a swamp, in the middle of which was a small, rocky island populated by an uneasy alliance of water snakes and lifeguards." 

Former Employees:

  • They actually had the audacity to have a “slow” lane and a “fast” lane. They should have been called “injured” lane and “dead” lane.” 
  • One of these vigorous “shoots” was particularly intriguing, as it would suck you in and then immediately make an abrupt 90 degree turn. Not a 45 degree turn. Not even a nice, slow, smooth, curvy 90 degree turn. No. It would literally slam you into a wall and toss you in a different direction and then project your young, gnarled body into a gooey pond of crying kids and water snakes. It was awesome.” 
  • Finally, the third thing that would catch your attention was the ubiquitous “first aid cart.” Kind of like a golf cart, piloted by two zitty teens wearing oversized EMT shirts, the cart would inevitably be seen looping through the trails, grass, and little forests that surrounded the park.” 
  • People giving the finger, shouting descriptive and awful things, and undressing in midair were commonplace.” 
  • "We used to steal kegs, drink the beer, ride the Indy cars down Route 94, crash the Indy cars, get the Indy cars back to the park without anybody seeing us (there were only three cops in Vernon back then) and then go for a swim at the pools to sober up."

And, my personal favourite:

  • "The Cannonball Loop was the brainchild of some Swiss guy they imported on a week-long visa. I was one of the idiots that accepted you-know-who’s crisp $100 bill to test run it. That was my last ride. $100 did not buy enough booze to drown out that memory." 

[Source]

The theme park Shellac named their first album after!

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tedeboluca:

bjork- army of me

A wonderful song about disciplining her daughter.

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doyourwardance:

I made a mix on Spotify. I don’t know how to change the track order. Not pleased at all with the track order :/

Oh yeah, finally joined spotify

No Death - Mirel Wagner

Pitted - Pharmakon

In Dreams - Roy Orbison

Killing Game - Skinny Puppy

Into the Night - Julee Cruise

Key - Devics

Blame the Devil - Love Life

Viol et Revanche - Scorpion Violente 

Kingdom of Heaven - 13th Floor Elevators

Garden of Delights - Cult of Youth

The Eagle or the Serpent - Case Studies

I’m Waiting Here - Lykke Li and David Lynch

Snake - Einsturzende Neubauten

In Every Dream Home a Heartache - Talk Normal

The Golden Boy That Was Swallowed by the Sea - Swans

Feral Love - Chelsea Wolfe

Satan’s Ghost - King Dude

The Calling (acoustic version) - Death in June

Totally badass mix.