every morning is a new masterpiece
(from a couple days ago)

every morning is a new masterpiece

(from a couple days ago)

clearly, Northwestern deserved to lose

clearly, Northwestern deserved to lose

mac & cheese leftovers. adorable & delicious.

mac & cheese leftovers. adorable & delicious.

Jimmy watches Season 4 of Boardwalk Empire

Jimmy watches Season 4 of Boardwalk Empire

so i’ve decided to write weird stuff now that amuses me, fyi

have a nice day  :)

-nealio

potential responses

crickets: literal, synthesized, or the dude standing next to you turning to someone and saying “crickets”

tomato. heirloom and ripe.

[high-pitched whistle with fingers that I’ve never been able to do and seems like magic]

rim job—heyo!

"bravo!" (no one says bravo)

drunken somethingorother

o_O o_o :) :D >_< :O

¯\_(ツ)_/¯

i&#8217;m just sittin&#8217; here watching the clouds go by and by

i’m just sittin’ here watching the clouds go by and by

nprmusic:

Steve Albini’s letter to Nirvana is about as awesome as you’d think it’d be. 

nprmusic:

Steve Albini’s letter to Nirvana is about as awesome as you’d think it’d be. 

Played 49 times

americanroutes:

The late Richie Havens, on “Trouble in Mind,” recorded with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band:

You can really believe that people who hurt really do hurt. Things are not always as bright sounding but it is forgiving sounding if you can accept it.

We were fortunate enough to speak to Richie Havens in 2010 about his tenure as a Greenwich Village portraitist, and his legendary opening act at Woodstock.

“At the same time that investigators were in the midst of a high-profile manhunt for the marathon bombers that ended on Friday evening, 38 more Americans – with little fanfare – died from gun violence. One was a 22-year old resident of Boston. They are a tiny percentage of the 3,531 Americans killed by guns in the past four months – a total that surpasses the number of Americans who died on 9/11 and is one fewer than the number of US soldiers who lost their lives in combat operations in Iraq. Yet, none of this daily violence was considered urgent enough to motivate Congress to impose a mild, commonsense restriction on gun purchasers.”
flavorpill:

The Yeah Yeah Yeahs lay down the law at last night’s Webster Hall show. 

flavorpill:

The Yeah Yeah Yeahs lay down the law at last night’s Webster Hall show. 

theparisreview:

“It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold: when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade.” —Charles DickensPhotography Credit Tyler Knott Gregson.

theparisreview:

“It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold: when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade.” —Charles Dickens

Photography Credit Tyler Knott Gregson.

Dystopian photo on the Houston, Texas visitors site.

Dystopian photo on the Houston, Texas visitors site.

“Those foot-soldier readers who successfully march through all of Dickens’s fiction may wind up feeling like David at his journey’s end, with shoes in a woeful condition (“the upper leathers had broken and burst until the very shape and form of shoes had departed from them”) and skin powdered “white with chalk and dust, as if I had come out of a limekiln.” Reading projects of this old-fashioned sort are the equivalent of a long pilgrimage on foot. The pace and the proddings of modern life, forever segmenting one’s existence into smaller and busier intervals, counsel against them. On the other hand, those patient, reproachful, grandpaternal voices continue to mutter on your bookshelf. And they say, Start walking.”