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spitecho:

The orchestrators of the destruction of humanity, ladies and gentlemen.

spitecho:

The orchestrators of the destruction of humanity, ladies and gentlemen.

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pantherapardus:

Never forget who the enemy is!

pantherapardus:

Never forget who the enemy is!

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lgbtlaughs:

[A vintage advertisement for Jester Wools. The image is of a jester and a young woman. A rainbow is in the background. The jester is saying, “I’ve robbed the rainbow to make you gay.”](Submitted by justlikegmpavalentine) 

lgbtlaughs:

[A vintage advertisement for Jester Wools. The image is of a jester and a young woman. A rainbow is in the background. The jester is saying, “I’ve robbed the rainbow to make you gay.”]
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discographies:

X-RAY: BRIAN ENO

15%  Omnidirectional planetary-culture-shifting hyperintelligence
14%  Oracular, Dumbledorian precognitive futurism11%  Spontaneous gee-I-wonder-what’ll-happen-if-I-turn-this-knob sound-spelunking11%  Frinkian tinkering“I’ve been thinking a lot recently about giant umbrellas in space that will stop the sun’s rays hitting the Earth.”10%  Loitering around waiting for everyone else to catch up“Quite often I’ve found an idea — or even had an idea occasionally — and thought: “This is so obvious, everybody’s going to be doing it within a month.” And then it takes 35 years.”9%  Metafictional time travel“A way to make new music is to imagine looking back at the past from a future and imagine music that could have existed but didn’t. Like East African free jazz, which as far as I know does not exist … giving something a name can be just the same as inventing it.”8%  Phrenology“I’ve never minded the ‘egghead’ tag. It makes sense with my physiognomy anyway.”7%  Open-source amateurism“I shouldn’t really use the word musician. I don’t play things very well. I use them quite well.”5%  Playing nicely with othersChris Martin, Coldplay:  “[Eno] said that he thought the last album was OK, but it could have been much better. He said that he still wanted to work with us on the next album, but that I was banned from the studio.”4%  Vascularized adipose tissue“I think records were just a little bubble through time, and those who made a living from them for a while were lucky … before gas came along, if you traded in whale blubber, you were the richest man on Earth. Then gas came along and you’d be stuck with your whale blubber. ‘Sorry mate — history’s moving along.’ Recorded music equals whale blubber.”3%  Triple word scores“I like Scrabble because I’m really good at it. I’ve got a lot of unbeatable strategies. And variations to the rules.”2%  The memory of a bowl of cereal eaten in 1974 synesthetically reimagined as a self-generating tone cluster of cottony-soft whirring noises.1%  Sparkling, citrus-y antacids

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discographies:

X-RAY: BRIAN ENO

15%  Omnidirectional planetary-culture-shifting hyperintelligence


14%  Oracular, Dumbledorian precognitive futurism

11%  Spontaneous gee-I-wonder-what’ll-happen-if-I-turn-this-knob sound-spelunking

11%  Frinkian tinkering
“I’ve been thinking a lot recently about giant umbrellas in space that will stop the sun’s rays hitting the Earth.”

10%  Loitering around waiting for everyone else to catch up
“Quite often I’ve found an idea — or even had an idea occasionally — and thought: “This is so obvious, everybody’s going to be doing it within a month.” And then it takes 35 years.”

9%  Metafictional time travel
“A way to make new music is to imagine looking back at the past from a future and imagine music that could have existed but didn’t. Like East African free jazz, which as far as I know does not exist … giving something a name can be just the same as inventing it.”

8%  Phrenology
“I’ve never minded the ‘egghead’ tag. It makes sense with my physiognomy anyway.”

7%  Open-source amateurism
“I shouldn’t really use the word musician. I don’t play things very well. I use them quite well.”

5%  Playing nicely with others
Chris Martin, Coldplay:  “[Eno] said that he thought the last album was OK, but it could have been much better. He said that he still wanted to work with us on the next album, but that I was banned from the studio.”

4%  Vascularized adipose tissue
“I think records were just a little bubble through time, and those who made a living from them for a while were lucky … before gas came along, if you traded in whale blubber, you were the richest man on Earth. Then gas came along and you’d be stuck with your whale blubber. ‘Sorry mate — history’s moving along.’ Recorded music equals whale blubber.”

3%  Triple word scores
“I like Scrabble because I’m really good at it. I’ve got a lot of unbeatable strategies. And variations to the rules.”

2%  The memory of a bowl of cereal eaten in 1974 synesthetically reimagined as a self-generating tone cluster of cottony-soft whirring noises.

1%  Sparkling, citrus-y antacids

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awesomepeoplehangingouttogether:

Louis Armstrong and Grace Kelly

awesomepeoplehangingouttogether:

Louis Armstrong and Grace Kelly

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