Notes: 194 / 25 minutes ago
from unpopular (originally from mellowlike)
Notes: 50 / 35 minutes ago
from treeroots (originally from jase-k-reject)
Notes: 225664 / 1 hour ago
from deadhead87 (originally from exoticana)
This is a rare meteorological phenomenon called a skypunch. When people see these, they think it’s the end of the world. Ice crystals form above the high-altitude cirro-cumulo-stratus clouds, then fall downward, punching a hole in the cloud cover.
Notes: 551 / 1 hour ago
from treeroots (originally from wombatattack)
Notes: 407 / 2 hours ago
from thekrizzo (originally from singing-sweet-songs)
Notes: 8949 / 2 hours ago
from fuckyeahpaganism (originally from mstrkrftz)
I feel like a vortex of energy nobody believes in, the story just a passing of my imagining unable to translate into pictures that are recognizable by society.
There’s just the movie and the interpretation but everybody’s got the television muted so we’re just making up the meaning.
I’m just a game and baby. You’re losing.
Notes: 805 / 2 hours ago
from astranemus (originally from observando)
"Imagination is the highest form of research."
Notes: 8843 / 3 hours ago
from ravenor (originally from wonderous-world)
Need some more quiet, where the silence is deafening with its comfort - like the embrace of a friend that knows your thoughts and disregards the ones you keep to yourself. Where yelling out into the wilderness is quickly enveloped and accepted whether it fits in the sceb radio or not. No complicated fabrication of fitting in when everything is just as it is.
Notes: 34 / 1 day ago
from deadhead87 (originally from gratefuldeadstories)
"When he was a teenager, Bill’s parents divorced after years of fighting. To get him out of a tumultuous home environment, Bill was sent to the Orme School in Arizona. He hated it there, until his drums were sent out to him. There is a wonderful story about Bill practicing his drums in the auditorium of the Orme School when the headmaster appeared and asked him to stop - the guest speaker for the night’s presentation had arrived. The speaker, however, asked Bill to continue playing so that he could listen. That speaker was Aldous Huxley. His lecture for the evening would focus on psychedelic drugs and their historic impact and potential implications on society."
- Peter Conners | Growing Up Dead
| Chapter 7: “Once a Prankster, Always a Prankster” (via gratefuldeadstories
Notes: 448004 / 2 days ago
from ibteeg (originally from bluedogeyes)