I’ll keep this simple,
Summer has approached and my hands are in need of practice with the craft of writing: to explore, to improve, to be. So as I was thinking this, before going to sleep to work a nine hour shift at Starbucks, I was hoping that perhaps someone out there would love to accompany me and be my Pen-pal?
I just want someone to write to, someone to know, someone to befriend.
This doesn’t have to be through letters alone, emails can work just fine, but in the end of the day, I would like someone to write to. So if you’re interested, please send me a message and we’ll go from there.
10:10 pm 5 notes
Every now and then I’ll turn on Hospice by The Antlers and if anyone knows me, they know it’s one of my favorite albums of all time (if not THE favorite) and tonight is a Hospice night as the rain splatters across the city streets and I’m left here to myself in this dusty, old dorm that I call my home.
So let’s all huddle around and close our eyes and drift to sleep as this collection of songs become a masterpiece throughout.
9:13 pm 11 notes
— Denis Johnson — from Tree of Smoke (via slothnorentropy)
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11:02 am 712 notes
looks like something unclegrimace may like (beark!)..
what film is that?? Fiend without a Face (best answer:D
11:02 am 120 notes
We’ve added 11 more photos from Charlie’s collection to our Flickr gallery. Have a look!
The gentlemen in these images are at this moment unidentified, though we’ll update with more info when we have it.
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11:00 am 179 notes
The lion bites the dirt
when about to die,
and weeps. But he’s kingly
investigating rolling wheels on an empty chariot
with vultures overhead; child, he fears
but does not flee the flame
brightening in his pelt. As his gaze rules
grasses without deceit, and let no glance inward
so did I, carrying a torch into that smoke,
form a third eye
and consent to die.
—Christopher Patton, from “The Death of Pliny the Elder”
Photography Credit Andrew Pope
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Top: 1927: At Langley, this Propeller Research Tunnel was the testing site for the first full-scale airplane, the Sperry M-1 Messenger. What we’re seeing here is the “exit cone,” where Elton W. Miller, chief of aerodynamics, is standing.
Bottom: 1957: Engineers inside of the 10x10 Supersonic Wind Tunnel check on a model of a supersonic aircraft.
See the rest of the photos by clicking the link
7:31 pm 23 notes
Bjork - All is Full of Love
Turn up the base! Like all the way…seriously amazing.