Stained Glass Stare

In which Tyler has a relapse.

Oh, yes. Let’s watch the Xfiles episode about a killer doll right before sleep. Needless to say, there will be no sleep.

webgeekist:

retr0philia:

calzona-otp:

sharplydressedlesbo:

sizvideos:

To the Boys Who May One Day Date My Daughter - Video

Greatest thing ever

Things like this remind me how much I love poetry slams. 

I fucking love it

this is how you dad.

lovesexdevotion:

That was so beautiful

lovesexdevotion:

That was so beautiful

dannyqhantom:

Lettuce Bacon Green beans Tomato Ally sandwich 

manpodcast:

In the wake of the eruption of Mount Saint Helens in 1980, Frank Gohlke made five trips to what was left of the mountain and the surrounding area. On each trip (in 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984 and 1990) he took the same picture of the confluence of Pine Creek and the Lewis River. Each picture (which I’ve stacked above) is in the collection of the Amon Carter Museum of American Art. Click on the year above to see that year’s picture at 2000 pixels wide.
Gohlke’s pictures don’t show only the impact of the volcano’s eruption, though the rapid push of ash through the area is evident in the first picture of the series: the gushing ashflow is what stripped the fallen tree of its bark some 30 feet up the tree, eventually toppling it. The pictures also show the forest being logged roughly concurrent with the eruption and its aftermath: The river bank in the second picture shows the remnants of a clear-cut, and in the fourth and fifth pictures you can see uniformly planted seedlings filling in.
Gohlke and I talked about this series of pictures at length on this week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast, which also features artist Emmet Gowin. Their photographs taken after the 1980 eruption of Mount Saint Helens are on view at the Cleveland Museum of Art in the exhibition "American Vesuvius: The Aftermath of Mount Saint Helens by Frank Gohlke and Emmet Gowin." The show is on view through May 12.
To download the program to your PC/mobile device, click here. Subscribe to The MAN Podcast via iTunes, SoundCloud or RSS. To see dozens of images of the works discussed on this week’s program, visit Modern Art Notes.

manpodcast:

In the wake of the eruption of Mount Saint Helens in 1980, Frank Gohlke made five trips to what was left of the mountain and the surrounding area. On each trip (in 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984 and 1990) he took the same picture of the confluence of Pine Creek and the Lewis River. Each picture (which I’ve stacked above) is in the collection of the Amon Carter Museum of American Art. Click on the year above to see that year’s picture at 2000 pixels wide.

Gohlke’s pictures don’t show only the impact of the volcano’s eruption, though the rapid push of ash through the area is evident in the first picture of the series: the gushing ashflow is what stripped the fallen tree of its bark some 30 feet up the tree, eventually toppling it. The pictures also show the forest being logged roughly concurrent with the eruption and its aftermath: The river bank in the second picture shows the remnants of a clear-cut, and in the fourth and fifth pictures you can see uniformly planted seedlings filling in.

Gohlke and I talked about this series of pictures at length on this week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast, which also features artist Emmet Gowin. Their photographs taken after the 1980 eruption of Mount Saint Helens are on view at the Cleveland Museum of Art in the exhibition "American Vesuvius: The Aftermath of Mount Saint Helens by Frank Gohlke and Emmet Gowin." The show is on view through May 12.

To download the program to your PC/mobile device, click here. Subscribe to The MAN Podcast via iTunesSoundCloud or RSS. To see dozens of images of the works discussed on this week’s program, visit Modern Art Notes.

creeptucker:

THE DEVIL DON’T MIND: halloween 2013dl - listen

every day is halloween - ministry loligo’s pickled punks - circus contraptionevelyn evelyn - evelyn evelyninto the night - castanetsburn the witch - olivier libauxtrick or treat dancefloor - cherry glazerr end title - the album leafbones - ms mr zydrate anatomy - repo! the genetic operaearth died screaming - tom waits cryptorchid - marilyn mansonget even - angelspitlecher bitch - genitorturersat the other end of the leash - the paper chase flowers grow out of my grave - dead man’s bones the munsters’ theme - jack marshall

creeptucker:

THE DEVIL DON’T MIND: halloween 2013
dl - listen

every day is halloween - ministry
loligo’s pickled punks - circus contraption
evelyn evelyn - evelyn evelyn
into the night - castanets
burn the witch - olivier libaux
trick or treat dancefloor - cherry glazerr
end title - the album leaf
bones - ms mr
zydrate anatomy - repo! the genetic opera
earth died screaming - tom waits
cryptorchid - marilyn manson
get even - angelspit
lecher bitch - genitorturers
at the other end of the leash - the paper chase
flowers grow out of my grave - dead man’s bones
the munsters’ theme - jack marshall
Put your media player on shuffle and see the soundtrack to your life (no cheating)
Opening credits: Homeward and Bound -- Dropkick Murphys
Waking up: Whoopie Cat-- 7 Year Bitch
Falling in love: The Lords of Salem -- Rob Zombie
Fight song: Jimmy Iovine -- Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Breaking up: Drag You Out -- Handguns
Getting back together: One Last Cigarette -- Less Than Jake
Wedding: Feeling a Moment -- Feeder
Birth of child: Lost Pines -- Pinebox Serenade
Final battle: Time for Tea -- Emilie Autumn
Death scene: Tender -- Feeder
End credits: The Mirror and the Ripper -- Volbeat