Bongripper, Order of the Owl, Primate, Djorks, Pelican.

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artyucko:

tomewing:

themobilemovement:

#TBT: 1983

Magnificent Online Dad Face in this gif.

Click is abundant, and LOL value.

"not bad", nods dad.

artyucko:

tomewing:

themobilemovement:

#TBT: 1983

Magnificent Online Dad Face in this gif.

Click is abundant, and LOL value.

"not bad", nods dad.

This episode doesn’t go 30 seconds without a classic joke.

think about how much of a powerhouse this season was. one of the greatest episode of the series at this point (and now the series) and they hadn’t even gotten to ‘whacking day’ or ‘krusty gets canceled’.

insane.

(Source: acidocasualidad)

Swank.

Ten times more addictive that marijuana.

boundtothewater:

WHAT IS ALL YOUR VENOM EVEN DOING FOR YOU

septagonstudios:

Josh Courlas

septagonstudios:

Josh Courlas

(Source: boudiou)

Don’t try to picture everything bad that could possibly happen. Stick with the situation at hand and ask, “Why is this so unbearable? Why can’t I endure it?” You’ll be embarrassed to answer. Then remind yourself that past and future have no power over you. Only the present.

The Meditations - Marcus Aurelius (via creatingaquietmind)

this is a stoic’s way of saying ‘ride the chill wave.’

(Source: corseque)

dirty mirrors, dirty mookie.

allchrome:

UPDATED

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nprfreshair:


"Starting in 1970 with Even Dwarfs Started Small – an anarchic tale of rebellion by a group of little people — Werner Herzog unleashed a torrent of ten films, including Nosferatu and Fitzcarraldo, that remain the heart of his achievement.


All those movies, and six later ones, are included in the tremendous new boxed-set, Herzog: The Collection.  Some of them are great, others are good, and a couple are truly terrible.  Yet every single one has something going on.  Herzog has never been limited by anybody else’s idea of propriety, good sense, or artistic neatness.  He pushes us into unsettling mental spaces that make the strange familiar and the familiar strange.”
- John Powers, reviewing Herzog: The Collection 


How the “I believe in Werner Herzog” grafiti started 

nprfreshair:

"Starting in 1970 with Even Dwarfs Started Small – an anarchic tale of rebellion by a group of little people — Werner Herzog unleashed a torrent of ten films, including Nosferatu and Fitzcarraldo, that remain the heart of his achievement.

All those movies, and six later ones, are included in the tremendous new boxed-set, Herzog: The Collection.  Some of them are great, others are good, and a couple are truly terrible.  Yet every single one has something going on.  Herzog has never been limited by anybody else’s idea of propriety, good sense, or artistic neatness.  He pushes us into unsettling mental spaces that make the strange familiar and the familiar strange.”

- John Powers, reviewing Herzog: The Collection 

How the “I believe in Werner Herzog” grafiti started 

me tonight.

me tonight.

(Source: ultimatepisshead)