Deaf dumb
I'm an aesthetically overly sensitive medicated university educated depressed pansexual creative border-line alcoholic mildly autistic introvert trying to escape a working class Irish catholic upbringing whilst maintaining the farce that I'm a normal run-of-the-mill employed professional that isn't being slowly murdered by a thousand boring conversations. They kept telling me to talk to god and I kept wondering when he was supposed to answer back. It didn't take me long to figure out they were all mad. So I got out, but, it turns out everyone else was mad as well.
Deaf dumb
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Q: It's only wrong if we don't see a picture of you in that suit😘
Asked by Anonymous
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theswinginsixties:

Mick Jagger
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"The man who has no tincture of philosophy goes through life imprisoned in the prejudices derived from common sense, from the habitual beliefs of his age or his nation, and from convictions which have grown up in his mind without the co-operation or consent of his deliberate reason. To such a man the world tends to become definite, finite, obvious; common objects rouse no questions, and unfamiliar possibilities are contemptuously rejected. As soon as we begin to philosophize, on the contrary, we find that even the most everyday things lead to problems to which only very incomplete answers can be given. Philosophy, though unable to tell us with certainty what is the true answer to the doubts which it raises, is able to suggest many possibilities which enlarge our thoughts and free them from the tyranny of custom. Thus, while diminishing our feeling of certainty as to what things are, it greatly increases our knowledge as to what they may be; it removes the somewhat arrogant dogmatism of those who have never travelled into the region of liberating doubt, and it keeps alive our sense of wonder by showing familiar things in an unfamiliar aspect."
 Bertrand Russell, The Problems of Philosophy (via whyallcaps)
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slxttiest seems about right
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I edited one of teddyadair photos.
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anchorsdraggingusdown:

what a beautiful creature
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wackystuff:

Yonder Comes a Sucker (by wackystuff)
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featherumbrellas:

Oh wow this is perfect
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mpdrolet:

Backyard antics, Detroit, 1972
Dave Jordano
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beatonna:

There’s something wonderful about Marvin Bileck’s minimal illustrations for All About the Stars.  
beatonna:

There’s something wonderful about Marvin Bileck’s minimal illustrations for All About the Stars.  
beatonna:

There’s something wonderful about Marvin Bileck’s minimal illustrations for All About the Stars.  
beatonna:

There’s something wonderful about Marvin Bileck’s minimal illustrations for All About the Stars.  
beatonna:

There’s something wonderful about Marvin Bileck’s minimal illustrations for All About the Stars.  
beatonna:

There’s something wonderful about Marvin Bileck’s minimal illustrations for All About the Stars.  
beatonna:

There’s something wonderful about Marvin Bileck’s minimal illustrations for All About the Stars.  
beatonna:

There’s something wonderful about Marvin Bileck’s minimal illustrations for All About the Stars.  
beatonna:

There’s something wonderful about Marvin Bileck’s minimal illustrations for All About the Stars.  
beatonna:

There’s something wonderful about Marvin Bileck’s minimal illustrations for All About the Stars.  
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freethenerd:

studio ghibli concept art
freethenerd:

studio ghibli concept art
freethenerd:

studio ghibli concept art
freethenerd:

studio ghibli concept art
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malformalady:

Cemetery flowers after the ice storm
Photo credit: photopeter159