thenearsightedmonkey:

Dear Students,

First it’s a struggle.

A FOR REAL STRUGGLE!

And there isn’t an answer, and that is also FOR REAL. The whole thing about to die and there is no way out.

And then…. and then—-

What happens?

Elaine Stritch walks us through the process.

When you get stuck, watch this: Elaine Stritch will walk you through the shadow of the valley of WTF.

Sincerely,

Professor Bootsy

this hapened to me in the dish tank at work today

the psychic potential energy stored in my body was leaking out of my cybernetic arm and it merged with the dishwashing apparatus. it was monstrous. this hapened to me in the dish tank at work today

the psychic potential energy stored in my body was leaking out of my cybernetic arm and it merged with the dishwashing apparatus. it was monstrous. this hapened to me in the dish tank at work today

the psychic potential energy stored in my body was leaking out of my cybernetic arm and it merged with the dishwashing apparatus. it was monstrous. this hapened to me in the dish tank at work today

the psychic potential energy stored in my body was leaking out of my cybernetic arm and it merged with the dishwashing apparatus. it was monstrous. this hapened to me in the dish tank at work today

the psychic potential energy stored in my body was leaking out of my cybernetic arm and it merged with the dishwashing apparatus. it was monstrous.

this hapened to me in the dish tank at work today

the psychic potential energy stored in my body was leaking out of my cybernetic arm and it merged with the dishwashing apparatus. it was monstrous.

(via truenorwegianbowelmovements)

This morning at 8 AM driving east into an intersection on Dennison & 2nd St, I brake too slowly before a pedestrian walking his two collies. 

He looks at me and throws up his hands in frustration, steering his dogs clockwise around my car.

I look back at him and repeat his gesture four to five times.

He brings himself around to my passanger door, leans in and growls, “You fucking asshole”

I drive off into the sun, thinking to myself “finally, a kindred spirit

zagmukeve:

(from X-Man #1, (1995), Pencils by Steve Skroce, Script by Jeff Loeb)

thecomicsvault:

Carnage loves cliches
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #362 (May 1992)
Art by Mark Bagley (pencils), Randy Emberlin (inks) & Bob Sharen (colors)
Words by David Michelinie

blackflagtheology:

Anarchism is beautiful and life-giving, but takes hard work and a loving community.

asylum-art:

Margriet Smulder
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Margriet Smulder
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Margriet Smulder
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Margriet Smulder
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Margriet Smulder
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Margriet Smulder
asylum-art:

Margriet Smulder
asylum-art:

Margriet Smulder
asylum-art:

Margriet Smulder
asylum-art:

Margriet Smulder