1. 17:22 9th Jun 2012

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    why’d i ever leave mama’s mammary for papa’s wilted weeny? relocating to screentitty.tumblr.com

    why’d i ever leave mama’s mammary for papa’s wilted weeny? relocating to screentitty.tumblr.com

     
  2. 14:59

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  3. 11:13

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    heksenhaus:

courier5:

via O.F.E.

And he said unto them, Out of the eater came forth meat, and out of the strong came forth sweetness. And they could not in three days expound the riddle.

I love you Babylon

    heksenhaus:

    courier5:

    via O.F.E.

    And he said unto them, Out of the eater came forth meat, and out of the strong came forth sweetness. And they could not in three days expound the riddle.

    I love you Babylon

     
  4. 22:47 8th Jun 2012

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  5. 18:03 7th Jun 2012

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    5 Hour Chicken Noodle Soup Energy Shot

     
  6. 17:43

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    whatmakespistachionuts:

cavetocanvas:

Stags in the nave at Lascaux, c. 15,000 BCE

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…we took a wonderful trip: we left Paris in a car, and stopped at the Lascaux caves which were closed not long after that. We were very taken up with the problem of the Lascaux caves: they are buried very deep, with even a well that was inaccessible—and all this filled with paintings. How were these paintings made, who were they made for, since they weren’t painted in order to be seen? The idea was that painting started as a critique … All the more so in that all the churches in the region have crypts. We stopped at Saint-Savin, where there are frescos on the church’s vaulted dome and a crypt full of paintings, a crypt whose depths are difficult to reach because it is so dark. What are paintings that were not destined to be seen? And how were they made?

—Lefebvre on the Situationists: An Interview

    whatmakespistachionuts:

    cavetocanvas:

    Stags in the nave at Lascaux, c. 15,000 BCE

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    …we took a wonderful trip: we left Paris in a car, and stopped at the Lascaux caves which were closed not long after that. We were very taken up with the problem of the Lascaux caves: they are buried very deep, with even a well that was inaccessible—and all this filled with paintings. How were these paintings made, who were they made for, since they weren’t painted in order to be seen? The idea was that painting started as a critique … All the more so in that all the churches in the region have crypts. We stopped at Saint-Savin, where there are frescos on the church’s vaulted dome and a crypt full of paintings, a crypt whose depths are difficult to reach because it is so dark. What are paintings that were not destined to be seen? And how were they made?

    Lefebvre on the Situationists: An Interview

     
  7. 15:09

    Notes: 5

    harry partch - castor & pollux

     
  8. 11:19

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    vgjunk:

Art Alive, Genesis / Megadrive.

    vgjunk:

    Art Alive, Genesis / Megadrive.

     
  9. 11:05

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    thewww:

microcosmic orbit

    thewww:

    microcosmic orbit

     
  10. 16:04 5th Jun 2012

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  11. 18:11 4th Jun 2012

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  12. 14:52

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  13. But deep down I didn’t give a fiddler’s curse about being without, when they were all gone they would be all gone, I wouldn’t be any the worse off, or hardly any. And the solution to which I rallied in the end was to throw away all the stones but one, which I kept now in one pocket, now in another, and which of course I soon lost, or threw away, or gave away, or swallowed…
    — Beckett, Molloy (via autochthones)
     
  14. 12:41 1st Jun 2012

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    crazed-maddened-eyes:

- Georges Bataille, Guilty

    crazed-maddened-eyes:

    - Georges Bataille, Guilty

     
  15. 12:37

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    There is a false appearance of cheer against which nothing can be done; but adopting it, one has to be finally satisfied with it. We who have taken refuge in happiness, who sit by the edge of the road to watch life go by like a procession of masqueraders or a drama wherein we go mad—doesn’t it appear that we’re aware of our fear of something? Something in us breaks easily. Do we fear youthful and destructive hands? Is it to avoid chance that we take refuge in life, in its brilliance, in its falsity and superficiality, in its shiny lies? If we seem lighthearted, is it from being infinitely sad? We are serious because we know something of the abyss—and is this why we erect barriers to that seriousness? We laugh within ourselves at those with a taste for melancholy, whom we suspect of lacking depth—alas, we envy them as we deride them, since we aren’t happy enough to allow them their delicate misery. We’re compelled to flee the barest hints of sadness—our hell and our darkness are always too near. There is something we know that we dread, something we don’t want to be on good terms with; the faith we have makes us tremble, its murmurings cause us to grow pale—and those who don’t believe in that faith seem happy to us. We turn aside from the sight of misery, stop our ears to the lamentations of suffering; and pity would break us, if we didn’t have the secret of toughening ourselves! Cool us, ye winds blowing from the glaciers! We’ll no longer take things to heart—we’re choosing as our supreme god and redeemer: the mask

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