spektrmodule:

littleghostpug:

demands-with-menace:

Batman has contingency plans in case the members of the Justice League go rogue.
Superman has the Justice League’s favourite snacks in case they decide to come to his apartment.

this is really cute but is lois pouring coffee grounds right into the pitcher because

lois has no fucking idea how to make coffee that’s jimmy and clark’s job

spektrmodule:

littleghostpug:

demands-with-menace:

Batman has contingency plans in case the members of the Justice League go rogue.

Superman has the Justice League’s favourite snacks in case they decide to come to his apartment.

this is really cute but is lois pouring coffee grounds right into the pitcher because

lois has no fucking idea how to make coffee that’s jimmy and clark’s job

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demons:

A Yank in Versailles—Pvt Gordon Conrey of Milford, NH standing in the hall of mirrors. Conrey was one of the first Americans to visit Versailles after its liberation, 1944

demons:

A Yank in Versailles—Pvt Gordon Conrey of Milford, NH standing in the hall of mirrors. Conrey was one of the first Americans to visit Versailles after its liberation, 1944

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banrions:

singinglupines:

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2,369 Plays

fuckindiva:

Sympathy for the Devil's lyrics focus on atrocities in the history of mankind from Lucifer's point of view, including the trial and death of Jesus Christ (“Made damn sure that Pilate washed his hands and sealed his fate”), European wars of religion (“I watched with glee while your kings and queens fought for ten decades for the Gods they made”), the violence of the Russian Revolution of 1917 and the 1918 massacre of the Romanov family (“I stuck around St. Petersburg when I saw it was a time for a change/Killed the Tsar and his ministers/Anastasia screamed in vain”), and World War II (“I rode a tank, held a general’s rank when the blitzkrieg raged, and the bodies stank”). The song goes right to the present time of 1968 with the lines: “I shouted out, ‘Who Killed the Kennedys?’/When after all it was you and me”. Rolling Stone magazine placed it at No. 32 in their list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. x

Inspired by Bulgakov’s The Master and Margarita.

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"Don’t wait. Writers are the only artists I know of who expect to get somewhere by waiting. Everyone knows you have to dance to be a dancer, you have to sing to be a singer, you have to act to be an actor, but far too many people seem to believe that you. don’t have to write to be a writer. So, instead of writing, they wait. Isaac Asimov said it beautifully in just six words: “It’s the writing that teaches you.” Writing is what teaches you. Writing is what leads to “inspiration.” Writing is what generates ideas. Nothing else-and nothing less. Don’t meditate, don’t do yoga, don’t do drugs. Just write."

DANIEL QUINN (via booksandpublishing)

REBLOGGING TIMES TEN!

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al-spudnik:

Paul FryerFor Laplace, 2008

(Wooden cantilevered staircase, waxwork figure, bird’s wings, glass eyes, steel plate, books and tools)

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