Wolf & Rhys
maudnewton:

christiannightmares:

Sunday quiz: Why do you love the devil? 

Do you “love the devil”? A handy list for sinners! 

maudnewton:

christiannightmares:

Sunday quiz: Why do you love the devil? 

Do you “love the devil”? A handy list for sinners! 

liartownusa:

SAFE WORDS, 1997 Edition

liartownusa:

SAFE WORDS, 1997 Edition

The composition of vast books is a laborious and impoverishing extravagance. To go on for five hundred pages developing an idea whose perfect oral exposition is possible in a few minutes! A better course of procedure is to pretend that these books already exist, and then to offer a resume, a commentary … More reasonable, more inept, more indolent, I have preferred to write notes upon imaginary books.
This is kinda how I feel whenever the subject turns to the possibility of me writing a book. What has it got to do with Sharknado? For that you’ll have to click through.

Borges and the Sharknado Problem | A (Budding) Sociologist’s Commonplace Book

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pushinghoopswithsticks:

“So long as I confine my activities to social service and the blind, they compliment me extravagantly, calling me ‘archpriestess of the sightless’, ‘wonder woman’, and ‘a modern miracle.’
But when it comes to a discussion of poverty, and I maintain that it is the result of wrong economics – that the industrial system under which we live is at the root of much of the physical deafness and blindness in the world – that is a different matter!” - Helen Keller, (6/27/1880 - 6/1/1968) [via]

pushinghoopswithsticks:

“So long as I confine my activities to social service and the blind, they compliment me extravagantly, calling me ‘archpriestess of the sightless’, ‘wonder woman’, and ‘a modern miracle.’

But when it comes to a discussion of poverty, and I maintain that it is the result of wrong economics – that the industrial system under which we live is at the root of much of the physical deafness and blindness in the world – that is a different matter!” - Helen Keller, (6/27/1880 - 6/1/1968) [via]

This is the problem with civilians wanting to go to war. Once you’ve been there, once you’ve seen it, you never want to go again unless you absolutely fucking have to. It’s like France.
Never having seen the Sopranos, this is easily my favorite Gandolfini line ever.

In the Loop (2009) - Quotes - IMDb

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Felix has never seen The Sopranos???

spoliamag:

Johan Blaeu’s 1654 map of Renfrewshire, Scotland, where Christian Shaw claimed she was bewitched in 1696. 
Megan Abbott discusses Shaw’s childhood claims and adult entrepreneurship in “Sometimes My Arms Bend Back” available in our Black Magic issue. 

spoliamag:

Johan Blaeu’s 1654 map of Renfrewshire, Scotland, where Christian Shaw claimed she was bewitched in 1696. 

Megan Abbott discusses Shaw’s childhood claims and adult entrepreneurship in “Sometimes My Arms Bend Back” available in our Black Magic issue. 

Perhaps the most arresting memory that they take away from being on set with living legend Judi Dench is not her boundless fascination with acting but her penchant for subversive needlework. Her work certainly did not resemble the delicately stitched roses of a Mrs. Bennet. “She makes these like needlework embroideries on set in the tedium of filming”, says MacFadyen, “but they are all: ‘You Are a Cunt’. And she gives them as presents. And it’s Dame Judi Dench. And she is doing this beautifully, intricate, ornate (work). You kind of see the work materializing as the shoot goes on. Like: ‘You Are a Fucking Shit.’ Knightley never received her embroidered cushion from Dench but remarks: “I love that! She gives this fantastic air. She just sits there and she embroiders and you think: ‘Oh, that’s so nice! It’s Judi Dench. It’s so quaint; she’s embroidering a cushion,’ and you go: ‘What are you embroidering?’ And (it says): ‘Fuck!’ Apparently she’s got hundreds of them just covered in swear words or rude sayings.
moontang:

it’s ok if your tongues touch, ladies…

moontang:

it’s ok if your tongues touch, ladies…

toomuchhorrorfiction:

greggorysshocktheater:

“A boy’s best friend is his mother.”
- Norman Bates

Couldn’t have said it better myself.

toomuchhorrorfiction:

greggorysshocktheater:

“A boy’s best friend is his mother.”

- Norman Bates

Couldn’t have said it better myself.