Return of Kings? What a name, what a name. 

leadingtone:

Review of the Chicago premiere of Mahler’s Symphony Nº. 5, 1907.

leadingtone:

Review of the Chicago premiere of Mahler’s Symphony Nº. 5, 1907.

(Source: csosoundsandstories.org, via chipclayton)

bitchiel:

justaddtommy:

i think we’re out of ink

have you tried turning it on and off again

bitchiel:

justaddtommy:

i think we’re out of ink

have you tried turning it on and off again

(via tyleroakley)

vintagegal:

“Depart pour le Sabbat” by Albert-Joseph Pénot, 1910 (via)

vintagegal:

“Depart pour le Sabbat” by Albert-Joseph Pénot, 1910 (via)

(via alicethebanshee)

realhayleyghoover:

therealpsl:

My lederhosen are too tight! This is the würst.

Thank you, Pumpkin Spice Latte, for your amazing tumblr posts.

realhayleyghoover:

therealpsl:

My lederhosen are too tight! This is the würst.

Thank you, Pumpkin Spice Latte, for your amazing tumblr posts.

twitterthecomic:


We’re here today to witness the union of two special people. The lasers we use to fuse them together are very powerful, so goggles on please
— sharon memes (@chuchugoogoo)
October 1, 2012

twitterthecomic:

trapkitten:

woodelf68:

Black Floofball with eyes.

Soot sprite

trapkitten:

woodelf68:

Black Floofball with eyes.

Soot sprite

(Source: luhnay, via 10000steps)

bobbycaputo:

Stop Telling Me Not to Instagram My Food
Right now, halfway through 2014, a quick Google for “Instagramming + food” retrieves an entire first page of results comprised of opinion pieces against the practice. There’s the out-and-out “foodstagramming” takedowns (GQ, Adweek,McSweeney’s), the “reports” & “evidence” on why it’s facetious and ruining dining (The Atlantic, TIME, Huffington Post, … Huffington Post), a claim that the behavior’s best feature is highlighting food waste (TreeHugger.com), a trend piece on a restaurant paying people to post pictures of their food (The Daily Dot), and weird exhortations to start snapping the food’s packaging instead (Upworthy. Of course.)
But below those 10 mostly-negative articles, there sits a neat stack of related search terms: “food instagram hashtags”. “food instagram accounts”. “food instagram mental”. [all lowercase sic; emphasis mine.] Forget 10 articles maligning foodstagramming — there could be 100 or 1,000, and people would still photograph their meals.
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bobbycaputo:

Stop Telling Me Not to Instagram My Food

Right now, halfway through 2014, a quick Google for “Instagramming + food” retrieves an entire first page of results comprised of opinion pieces against the practice. There’s the out-and-out “foodstagramming” takedowns (GQAdweek,McSweeney’s), the “reports” & “evidence” on why it’s facetious and ruining dining (The AtlanticTIMEHuffington Post, … Huffington Post), a claim that the behavior’s best feature is highlighting food waste (TreeHugger.com), a trend piece on a restaurant paying people to post pictures of their food (The Daily Dot), and weird exhortations to start snapping the food’s packaging instead (Upworthy. Of course.)

But below those 10 mostly-negative articles, there sits a neat stack of related search terms: “food instagram hashtags”. “food instagram accounts”. “food instagram mental”. [all lowercase sic; emphasis mine.] Forget 10 articles maligning foodstagramming — there could be 100 or 1,000, and people would still photograph their meals.

(Continue Reading)