For Every Knife, Five Hearts.

I am against SJWs.

xavineversleepz:

Chuck Palahniuk - Rant: An Oral Biography Of Buster Casey (2007)

This was Peter’s theory of self-expression. The paradox of being a professional artist. How we spend our lives trying to express ourselves well, but we have nothing to tell.

Diary, Chuck Palahniuk, p. 63

(Source: myprivatelibrary)

theundreaming:

if you can’t wait for dreamfall chapters
clap your hands

if you can’t wait for dreamfall chapters
clap your hands

if you need it and you know it
and you really want to show it

if you can’t wait for dreamfall chapters
clap your hands
*clap clap*

clap clap clap clap………. clap

Chapters is a game of contrasts. Of light and dark. And for every Mira in Europolis, there’s a Blind Bob in Marcuria. For every Wit, there’s a Crow. And for every inner-city wasteland there’s a beautiful, sunny, magical landscape

—Ragnar Tørnquist about DFC [x]

(Source: darlingcurse)

I want to squeeze a seal. This has to happen. I want to fall over one and hug it tightly fjdjdnbdkskdjfnfn SEALS

alliedwhale:

Allied Whale’s Marine Mammal Stranding Response team visited Lincolnville on February 26th to assess a juvenile (yearling) harp seal (one of the species of “ice seals” that visit Maine each winter). It was on a nice stretch of ice in a marshy inlet. Consulting veterinarian Dr. Carissa Bielamowicz was among the team members who assessed the seal which was bright, alert and responsive and in good body condition. It rolled on its side and stretched its flippers enjoying its icy substrate and the sunshine. We are monitoring the seal for now and hoping our caller is enjoying watching (from a distance) her winter visitor! If you come across a seal (or any marine mammal) call us at 207-288-5644 or the stranding cell: 207-266-1326. Remember to maintain a distance of at least 150 feet from seals. Use binoculars to view them from afar. The stranding team used binoculars yesterday and used a zoom to get this “close-up” photo.

alliedwhale:

Allied Whale’s Marine Mammal Stranding Response team visited Lincolnville on February 26th to assess a juvenile (yearling) harp seal (one of the species of “ice seals” that visit Maine each winter). It was on a nice stretch of ice in a marshy inlet. Consulting veterinarian Dr. Carissa Bielamowicz was among the team members who assessed the seal which was bright, alert and responsive and in good body condition. It rolled on its side and stretched its flippers enjoying its icy substrate and the sunshine. We are monitoring the seal for now and hoping our caller is enjoying watching (from a distance) her winter visitor! If you come across a seal (or any marine mammal) call us at 207-288-5644 or the stranding cell: 207-266-1326. Remember to maintain a distance of at least 150 feet from seals. Use binoculars to view them from afar. The stranding team used binoculars yesterday and used a zoom to get this “close-up” photo.

(via fuckyeahpinnipedia)

idernets:

dub-sun-tea:

ksypnate


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idernets:

dub-sun-tea:

ksypnate

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