guacamolebeautyqueen:

I WANT IT

Yeah perfect I love accessorizing with my own tears

guacamolebeautyqueen:

I WANT IT

Yeah perfect I love accessorizing with my own tears

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90s90s90s:

 

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When I was very small, maybe three or four, my mother had a whole series of books of the world’s greatest painters.  I loved to choose a book and flip through it, making up stories about the pictures.
I was really not prepared for the day I chose Hieronymus Bosch.

When I was very small, maybe three or four, my mother had a whole series of books of the world’s greatest painters.  I loved to choose a book and flip through it, making up stories about the pictures.

I was really not prepared for the day I chose Hieronymus Bosch.

"I feel that my whole life is a contribution." 
Pete Seeger, May 3, 1919 - January 27, 2014
I have been trying to find the words for how deep a musical presence Pete Seeger was in my childhood, and I can’t.  I don’t just mean his songs written for children, although of course I grew up with those, but his protests songs and his union songs.  My mother is a deeply committed socialist activist and my father was a union rep, both of them children of the 60s/70s; there is no understating the presence of Pete Seeger music in our home.  Songs like “Joe Hill” were lullabies that I grew and woke to the legacy behind and truth of, like discovering them for the first time.  His music inspires me with both truth and memory.

"I feel that my whole life is a contribution."

Pete Seeger, May 3, 1919 - January 27, 2014

I have been trying to find the words for how deep a musical presence Pete Seeger was in my childhood, and I can’t.  I don’t just mean his songs written for children, although of course I grew up with those, but his protests songs and his union songs.  My mother is a deeply committed socialist activist and my father was a union rep, both of them children of the 60s/70s; there is no understating the presence of Pete Seeger music in our home.  Songs like “Joe Hill” were lullabies that I grew and woke to the legacy behind and truth of, like discovering them for the first time.  His music inspires me with both truth and memory.

henrybaskerville:

as you might be able to tell from the picture above alone, the return of sherlock holmes (1987) is just a really cute movie.
jane watson, descendant of john watson, basically inherits a cryogenically frozen sherlock holmes. after she thaws him, he has to deal with the modern world and since he has no alternative, he follows watson to the us where they have to solve a case. just like in the good ol’ times.
this is a really upbeat movie featuring a bit of SIGN, holmes visiting an adult bookstore, watson being a private detective and anagrams.
you can watch it in nine parts on youtube:one - two - three - four - five - six - seven - eight - nine

Wait, I didn’t dream this?  This is one of those things where I try to describe the plot and am pretty sure no one ever pitched that and got it filmed and decide I dreamed it.  Score.

henrybaskerville:

as you might be able to tell from the picture above alone, the return of sherlock holmes (1987) is just a really cute movie.

jane watson, descendant of john watson, basically inherits a cryogenically frozen sherlock holmes. after she thaws him, he has to deal with the modern world and since he has no alternative, he follows watson to the us where they have to solve a case. just like in the good ol’ times.

this is a really upbeat movie featuring a bit of SIGN, holmes visiting an adult bookstore, watson being a private detective and anagrams.

you can watch it in nine parts on youtube:
one - two - three - four - five - six - seven - eight - nine

Wait, I didn’t dream this?  This is one of those things where I try to describe the plot and am pretty sure no one ever pitched that and got it filmed and decide I dreamed it.  Score.

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popculturemulcher:

I had a tape that I made from the radio that was literally just filled with this song over and over. I listened the ass out of this song the summer I was ten.

Cassettes I wore out.

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classymissmolassy:

Scandinavian Rosettes Recipe.

FACT: Best part of Christmas food.

classymissmolassy:

Scandinavian Rosettes Recipe.

FACT: Best part of Christmas food.

erindizmo:

witchy-chicken:

typewriterchan:

aimmyarrowshigh:

Speaking of the world’s all-time best theme songs…

Well she sneaks around the world from Kiev to Carolina,
She’s a sticky-fingered filcher from Berlin down to Belize,
She’ll take you for a ride on a slow boat to China,
Tell me where in the world is Carmen Sandiego?

Steal their Seoul in South Korea, make Antarctica cry Uncle,
From the Red Sea to Greenland they’ll be singing the blues,
Well they never Arkansas her steal the Mekong from the jungle,
Tell me where in the world is Carmen Sandiego?

She go from Nashville to Norway, Bonaire to Zimbabwe,
Chicago to Czechoslovakia and back!

Well she’ll ransack Pakistan and run a scam in Scandinavia,
Then she’ll stick ‘em up Down Under and go pick-pocket Perth,
She put the Miss in misdemeanor when she stole the beans from Lima,
Tell me where in the world is Carmen Sandiego?
Oh tell me where in the world is… Oh tell me where can she be?

Ooh, Botswana to Thailand, Milan via Amsterdam,
Mali to Bali, Ohio, Oahu…!

Well she glides around the globe and she’ll flimflam every nation,
She’s a double-dealing diva with a taste for thievery,
Her itinerary’s loaded up with moving violations,
Tell me where in the world is Carmen Sandiego?

Psh, like I needed the lyrics written out.  Hi, have you met me?

I actually only remembered about half the lyrics from childhood and this made me incredibly happy!

DO IT, ROCKAPELLA!

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h4ilstorm:

Glowworm Caves in New Zealand (by amusing planet)

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