Anonymous said: are you a survivor? screaming at the void, sounds like the primaeval scream. what about? screaming into the void
A survivor of what? I must say I’m a little baffled by the question.
I think screaming AT the void has a better ring to it than screaming INTO the void - the latter suggests that there is some intended or at least hoped for recipient out there somewhere.
C’mon Brazil, you could at least make it a challenge. This is less straining than a warm-up.
The only thing more shit than a pre-tied bow tie is selling a bow tie without making it obvious that it is pre tied and have me wait 5 WORKING DAYS before I find out. Pricks.
I’ve just been trying to learn how to tie a bow tie, and have come to the conclusion that it’s not actually physically possible.
A couple of months old, but I just found out about this last night. Looking forward to seeing where this goes; for all it’s flaws I loved Heroes.
Stupidity knows no bounds; hubris acknowledges none.
John Oliver covering how fucked up FIFA and the World Cup are.
Like John Oliver, I enjoy the world cup and am excited for it - but FIFA are a distillation of everything wrong with the modern world.
Via GET RAD.
St. Bartholomew’s Church in Czermna, Poland, contains around 3,000 skulls from casualties of the Thirty Years War. Those on the altar belong to the people who built it, including Father Tomaszek (added 20 years after the rest of the bones).
The inscription beneath the angel on the left in the first picture reads (in Latin) “Arise from the Dead”.
It’s simply stunning.
Tips for serial killers: we’re in a recession at the moment, so instead of throwing your victim’s bones away you can make them into a tasteful chandelier and save money.
This beauty has just reminded me of St. Bartholomew’s Church, it’d make a lovely fitting in there.
Who knew! There was a New Sweden in Delaware!
I knew :)
Sabaton wrote an album about it
I recommend A Lifetime of War and Carolus Rex.
I’m thinking I might try elvish