Man|of|inaction

Dominic. 23.

Bass. Absurdity. Antihumor. Non sequiturs. Good songs.

Buh!
danke-danke:

harryedward:

5secsoftroyler:

harryedward:

This is a weed smokers lungs after he died from marijuana. Don’t smoke weed please reblog to save a life

That’s an orange

Please dont be disrespectful thats a weed smoker’s lungs after he died from weed smoking  


ERIK

danke-danke:

harryedward:

5secsoftroyler:

harryedward:

This is a weed smokers lungs after he died from marijuana. Don’t smoke weed please reblog to save a life

That’s an orange

Please dont be disrespectful thats a weed smoker’s lungs after he died from weed smoking  

ERIK

luthiermark:

timekiller-s:

mattmurdockisredbatman:

stringharmonics:

Fundamentalists respond during the premier of Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey

This is why education and science communication are important.

I was laughing at this until it dawned on me that these people were not being ironic.

Now I’m depressed.

I’m gonna just leave this here. I wonder how many of ‘em sit on the Oklahoma State Legislature, though.

I live somewhere surrounded by people like this…(though not for long, thank goodness).

deadboydancing:

perdiddle:

lipstick-and-lightsabers:

denism79.deviantart.com

If Star Wars were a 1980’s High School movie.

180 Billion Candles, Pretty in Dura-Armor, St. Alderaan’s Fire, The Oolas, Fast Times at Jabba’s Palace, Can’t Buy My Ship, Some Kind of Lost, Just One of the Stormtroopers, Back to the Cantina, The Outrimmers, Teen Jedi, Hapan Princess.. 

im literally dying

(Source: petticoats-and-pistols, via mrfaraday)

atane:

Mary Lou Williams on how Thelonious Monk’s playing style, and even his image was stolen.
"I considered myself lucky having men like Monk and Bud playing me the things they had composed. And I have always upheld and had faith in the boppers, for they originated something but looked like losing credit for it. Too often have I seen people being chummy with creative musicians, then — when the people have dug what is happening — put down the creators and proclaim themselves king of jazz, swing or whatever. So the boppers worked out a music that was hard to steal. I’ll say this for the ‘leeches’, though: they tried. I’ve seen them in Minton’s busily writing on their shirt cuffs or scribbling on the tablecloth. And even our own guys, I’m afraid, did not give Monk the credit he had coming. Why, they even stole his idea of the beret and bop glasses."
Pictured is Mary Lou Williams and Thelonious Monk. On the far left is Marian McPartland. The picture was taken at the gathering for the ‘A Great Day in Harlem' photo by Art Kane.
The quote is from a transcribed Mary Lou Williams interview from Melody Maker in 1954. It’s well worth the read. (Source)

atane:

Mary Lou Williams on how Thelonious Monk’s playing style, and even his image was stolen.

"I considered myself lucky having men like Monk and Bud playing me the things they had composed. And I have always upheld and had faith in the boppers, for they originated something but looked like losing credit for it. Too often have I seen people being chummy with creative musicians, then — when the people have dug what is happening — put down the creators and proclaim themselves king of jazz, swing or whatever. So the boppers worked out a music that was hard to steal. I’ll say this for the ‘leeches’, though: they tried. I’ve seen them in Minton’s busily writing on their shirt cuffs or scribbling on the tablecloth. And even our own guys, I’m afraid, did not give Monk the credit he had coming. Why, they even stole his idea of the beret and bop glasses."

Pictured is Mary Lou Williams and Thelonious Monk. On the far left is Marian McPartland. The picture was taken at the gathering for the ‘A Great Day in Harlem' photo by Art Kane.

The quote is from a transcribed Mary Lou Williams interview from Melody Maker in 1954. It’s well worth the read. (Source)

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