christiannightmares:

Christian album of the day: Jim and Tammy Bakker and their furry friends (For a related post, click here http://christiannightmares.tumblr.com/post/28283944688/classic-christian-album-jim-bakker-on-how-to)

christiannightmares:

Christian album of the day: Jim and Tammy Bakker and their furry friends (For a related post, click here http://christiannightmares.tumblr.com/post/28283944688/classic-christian-album-jim-bakker-on-how-to)

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70sscifiart:

Jack Kirby’s robotics

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gameraboy:

I swear to god this is the actual dialogue from this scene!

gameraboy:

I swear to god this is the actual dialogue from this scene!

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flavorpill:

The Darkness in the Mirror: Manic Street Preachers’ “The Holy Bible,” 20 Years On

I don’t expect everyone to share this opinion, but in its own strange way, I find The Holy Bible a strangely uplifting record. There’s a sense that in stripping aside layers of artifice and social convention and civilization, of staring into the mirror and seeing humanity at its best and worst, you also gain some sort of dominion over those extremes. It’s like staring straight at something you’re terrified of instead of looking away, like being able to put a name to a strange disease, or to depression, or to something else that’s ailing you. The not knowing is always the most terrifying bit. (To quote EMA, another Flavorwire favorite, “You gotta stare into the mirror ’til you name this disease/ You gotta know.”) There are conclusions to be extrapolated here about humanity, and they ain’t pretty, but they’re also an acknowledgement of the extremities of being human.

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flavorpill:

The Darkness in the Mirror: Manic Street Preachers’ “The Holy Bible,” 20 Years On

I don’t expect everyone to share this opinion, but in its own strange way, I find The Holy Bible a strangely uplifting record. There’s a sense that in stripping aside layers of artifice and social convention and civilization, of staring into the mirror and seeing humanity at its best and worst, you also gain some sort of dominion over those extremes. It’s like staring straight at something you’re terrified of instead of looking away, like being able to put a name to a strange disease, or to depression, or to something else that’s ailing you. The not knowing is always the most terrifying bit. (To quote EMA, another Flavorwire favorite, “You gotta stare into the mirror ’til you name this disease/ You gotta know.”) There are conclusions to be extrapolated here about humanity, and they ain’t pretty, but they’re also an acknowledgement of the extremities of being human.

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thebobbycrogan:

X-Men by Marc Silvestri part one.

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beck:

Check out the official lyric video for Jack White's performance of I'm Down from Beck's Song Reader album - http://bit.ly/1vurr6v

Beck’s Song Reader available now: 
iTunes - http://smarturl.it/BeckSongReader
Vinyl - http://bit.ly/1jzeSmb