Icarus Smicarus

This is your warning.

pitchfork:

The Replacements’ Paul Westerberg at Coachella. Photo by Chris Tuite—more here.

pitchfork:

The Replacements’ Paul Westerberg at Coachella. Photo by Chris Tuitemore here.

skeletorislove:

Skeletor Affirmations (by ghoulnextdoor)

I AM PERFECT, WHOLE, AND COMPLETE, JUST AS I AM.

A special Sunday edition of Skeletor Is Love.  Thanks for your patience while we were gone for a few days!

skeletorislove:

Skeletor Affirmations (by ghoulnextdoor)

I AM PERFECT, WHOLE, AND COMPLETE, JUST AS I AM.

A special Sunday edition of Skeletor Is Love. Thanks for your patience while we were gone for a few days!

jtotheizzoe:

The Power Of Poop: A Whale Story
"It begins with this obvious observation: Whales poop. In fact, they poop mightily."
Over at NPR, Robert Krulwich has an amazing story about people who study whale poop, and what it teaches us about food webs, trophic levels, fecal recycling, and whales pooping themselves into existence.
Bonus: Want another ecological whale tale? Check out the amazing animated tale of what happens to a whale after it dies. Whale Fall: An ecosystem born in death.
(via Krulwich Wonders…)


I tell my students this story all the time!Tl;dr: you can literally get a job doing whatever you want, even if that job is studying whale poop.

jtotheizzoe:

The Power Of Poop: A Whale Story

"It begins with this obvious observation: Whales poop. In fact, they poop mightily."

Over at NPR, Robert Krulwich has an amazing story about people who study whale poop, and what it teaches us about food webs, trophic levels, fecal recycling, and whales pooping themselves into existence.

Bonus: Want another ecological whale tale? Check out the amazing animated tale of what happens to a whale after it dies. Whale Fall: An ecosystem born in death.

(via Krulwich Wonders…)

I tell my students this story all the time!

Tl;dr: you can literally get a job doing whatever you want, even if that job is studying whale poop.

(via npr)

(Source: riffinbits, via robdelaney)

explore-blog:

Some timeless thoughts on art, writing, and culture from Donald Barthelme, born on April 7, 1931.

Luv u Barthelme.

explore-blog:

Some timeless thoughts on art, writing, and culture from Donald Barthelme, born on April 7, 1931.

Luv u Barthelme.

X-Men (1992-1997)

(Source: jacknicholson, via thekidsaregrowingup)

robertogreco:

“A giant art installation project that targets predator drone operators sitting thousands of miles away who refer to kills as BugSplats. Now they’ll see a child’s face instead." (via Matt)

nprmusic:

Preach. —Lars

(Source: enzuigiri)

newsweek:

Samuel L. Jackson Performs Slam Poem About “Boy Meets World” (by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon)

(via theatlantic)

I saw this in San Fran! Luv u Shrigley.