1. 21:28 23rd Dec 2011

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    Reblogged from sexmusic

    sexmusic:

    bury us alive // starfucker

    download: amazon mp3 | itunes

     
  2. 21:27

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    Reblogged from sexmusic

    Plays: 11,099

    sexmusic:

    please please please let me get what i want // william fitzsimmons [the smiths cover]

    download: amazon mp3 | itunes

     
  3. 21:26

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    sexmusic:

    ijs // tours

    FREE ep download: here

     
  4. 11:18

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    Reblogged from materialkillers

    Plays: 100

    materialkillers:

    David Banner “Yao Ming” (feat. 2 Chainz and A$AP Rocky) - It’s common in rap for somebody to scoop one of the hottest guys out for a feature, but Banner gets two of them.  How hot is A$AP Rocky right now?  Lil Wayne was on the original version, and Rocky took his spot.  Banner’s new album ‘Make Believe’ drops in 2012.

    Download

     
  5. 15:46 21st Dec 2011

    Notes: 89

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    [She opened her hand and showed him the necklace. “Could you fix this? I have kept it all this long time. It was Ellen’s.”
    Her father took it from her and examined the broken clasp. “Yes,” he said. “I can fix it. When the Rosens come home, you can give it back to Ellen.”]
    “Until then,” Annemarie told him, “I will wear it myself.”
    — Lois Lowry, from Number the Stars (thanks, skyy-dn)
     
  6. 23:00 20th Dec 2011

    Notes: 99

    Reblogged from pupfresh

    pupfresh:

    NEW TRAILER: The Hobbit Part 1 (out December 14, 2012)

    Part 2 will be released on December 13, 2013.

    YES.

     
  7. 22:09

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    Reblogged from bythegods

    bythegods:

In a move of unprecedented hubris, I hereby reblog myself. This aggregious act is not wholly without purpose, however:
I intend to tackle, in post form, many of these magnificent men in the days to come. Prepare yourselves for the might of the Worthies!
Also: feel free encouraged to imagine them as an amazing squad of crime-fighting hero-buddies. I know I will. 
bythegods:

The Nine Worthies
The Nine Worthies are nine figures from history/scripture/mythology who were set up in the Middle Ages as archetypal heroes who personified the ideas of chivalry and virtue. All nine were deemed “Princes,” each being leaders in some form or another. In French, they are Les Neuf Preux, meaning “Nine Valiants,” which gives a more particular idea of the sort of virtue and all-around goodness they were meant to embody. The idea of setting up the Nine Worthies was that the study of each of them would form a good education for aspiring princes regarding their chivalry and radness.
The Worthies were first described in 1312 CE by Jacques de Longuyon in his Voeux du Paon. The idea was that good ol’ fashioned Christian virtue predated the coming of Christ, and was present in Pagan and Jewish societies as well. I bet you’re just dying to know who the Worthies were, huh? I don’t blame you. Let’s get to it. They were divided into a triad of triads, as follows.
Pagans:
Hector, the champion of Troy, who fell honourably to the mighty Achilles.
Alexander the Great, who conquered much of the Mediterranean and Persia, spreading the wisdom of the Greeks, as the medieval scholars saw it.
Julius Caesar, who was the progenitor of Rome’s Empire, that would become the bed of Christendom.
Old Testament Jews:
Joshua, who became the leader of the Israelites after Moses, and led the conquest of the holy land, Canaan.
David, the anointed king of the Hebrew people, who slew Goliath and whose line was forever chosen by God (Yahweh) to lead his people.
Judas Maccabeus, who led the revolt against the Seleucid empire, and restored the Jewish faith to the Temple at Jerusalem.
Christians:
King Arthur, who in Christian myth was the idyllic king in pursuit of honour, justice, and the holy grail. 
Charlemagne, the King of the Franks who turned his kingdom into an empire that would encompass most of western Europe and be the protector of Catholic Rome for centuries.
Godfrey of Bouillon, a medieval Frankish knight who was a leader of the First Crusade, and became the first ruler of the (short-lived) Christian Kingdom of Jerusalem.

    bythegods:

    In a move of unprecedented hubris, I hereby reblog myself. This aggregious act is not wholly without purpose, however:

    I intend to tackle, in post form, many of these magnificent men in the days to come. Prepare yourselves for the might of the Worthies!

    Also: feel free encouraged to imagine them as an amazing squad of crime-fighting hero-buddies. I know I will.

    bythegods:

    The Nine Worthies

    The Nine Worthies are nine figures from history/scripture/mythology who were set up in the Middle Ages as archetypal heroes who personified the ideas of chivalry and virtue. All nine were deemed “Princes,” each being leaders in some form or another. In French, they are Les Neuf Preux, meaning “Nine Valiants,” which gives a more particular idea of the sort of virtue and all-around goodness they were meant to embody. The idea of setting up the Nine Worthies was that the study of each of them would form a good education for aspiring princes regarding their chivalry and radness.

    The Worthies were first described in 1312 CE by Jacques de Longuyon in his Voeux du Paon. The idea was that good ol’ fashioned Christian virtue predated the coming of Christ, and was present in Pagan and Jewish societies as well. I bet you’re just dying to know who the Worthies were, huh? I don’t blame you. Let’s get to it. They were divided into a triad of triads, as follows.

    Pagans:

    Hector, the champion of Troy, who fell honourably to the mighty Achilles.

    Alexander the Great, who conquered much of the Mediterranean and Persia, spreading the wisdom of the Greeks, as the medieval scholars saw it.

    Julius Caesar, who was the progenitor of Rome’s Empire, that would become the bed of Christendom.

    Old Testament Jews:

    Joshua, who became the leader of the Israelites after Moses, and led the conquest of the holy land, Canaan.

    David, the anointed king of the Hebrew people, who slew Goliath and whose line was forever chosen by God (Yahweh) to lead his people.

    Judas Maccabeus, who led the revolt against the Seleucid empire, and restored the Jewish faith to the Temple at Jerusalem.

    Christians:

    King Arthur, who in Christian myth was the idyllic king in pursuit of honour, justice, and the holy grail. 

    Charlemagne, the King of the Franks who turned his kingdom into an empire that would encompass most of western Europe and be the protector of Catholic Rome for centuries.

    Godfrey of Bouillon, a medieval Frankish knight who was a leader of the First Crusade, and became the first ruler of the (short-lived) Christian Kingdom of Jerusalem.

     
  8. 22:05

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    Reblogged from reneesian

    ivytyler:

    “Us” - Regina Spektor 

    Her voice, the piano, the movie, they’re all perfect.

     
  9. 21:49

    Notes: 25

    Reblogged from sciencenote

    sciencenote:

    “Without any special effort we consume vitamin E every day and we don’t even know what it does in our bodies,” said Dr. Paul McNeil, GHSU cell biologist and the study’s corresponding author. He now feels confident about at least one of its jobs. Century-old animal studies linked vitamin E deficiency to muscle problems but how that happens remained a mystery until now, McNeil said. His understanding that a lack of membrane repair caused muscle wasting and death prompted McNeil to look at vitamin E.

     
  10. 21:46

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    proustitute:

Teddy Roosevelt’s diary entry from the day his wife Alice died
(via rawforms; chromaticities)

    proustitute:

    Teddy Roosevelt’s diary entry from the day his wife Alice died

    (via rawformschromaticities)

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