Richmond Nights

  • Officer: What's that in the cup holder?
  • Me: I think this is old coffee...
  • Officer: No, the other cup holder.
  • Me: That's a thing filled with gum.
  • Officer: No, the other cup holder.
  • Me: It's empty?
  • Officer: No, the one in the front.
  • Me: Yeah, that one's empty.
  • Officer: No, in the thing next to the cup holder.
  • Me: ?.....Oh.......This is a Tibetan mud crystal. And this is a piece of sea glass. Pretty sure these aren't drugs.
  • Officer: ...
  • Officer: Please step out of the vehicle.


Atoka Chase // In the Land of the Blind (Official Video)

So we just released our first ever music video. (Well technically it’s supposed to happen at 10am tomorrow). But I wanted to put it up here before anywhere else. It’s been a trial of labor and love. Just to help you prepare for what’s to come, here are some things I can promise about the video:
- Fire
- Blood
- Skulls
- Emotions?
- Monochrome

We’re all worm food…


youre gonna look so goddamn cool

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Is Weird Al secretly The Moms…?

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In one fell swoop, Frozen was able to ruin my fuck-having-cancer tattoo indefinitely. Now after every show we play, I’ve instinctively come to fear the words, “Hey, so do you really like…”

Thanks Disney. Really. Thaaank you.


Wonderfully disturbing street art byDaan Botlek

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That doesn’t even make any damn sense. That implies that your way is being lit by whatever your burning. And in this case it’s a bridge. Why the hell are you burning it before you even crossed it? What are you gonna do?! Run across REALLY fuckin’ fast? You better run fast. Fire moves QUICK.

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Banjo morning/afternoon/Idon’tevenknowwhttimeitisanymore





a tadpole; a larval frog or toad; also known as porwigle.

Etymology: variant of polliwig, from Middle English polwigle, from  pol (“head”; see poll) + wiglen (“to wiggle”).

[Eiko Jones]

this is best etymology i have ever heard in my whole life

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In the late 1960’s, photographer Arthur Tress began a series of photographs that were inspired by the dreams of children. Tress had each child he approached tell him about a prominent dream of theirs which Tress would then artistically re-create and photograph with the child as the main subject. 

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Portuguese designer Susana Soares has developed a device for detecting cancer and other serious diseases using trained bees. The bees are placed in a glass chamber into which the patient exhales; the bees fly into a smaller secondary chamber if they detect cancer. 

Scientists have found that honey bees - Apis mellifera - have an extraordinary sense of smell that is more acute than that of a sniffer dog and can detect airborne molecules in the parts-per-trillion range. 

Bees can be trained to detect specific chemical odours, including the biomarkers associated with diseases such as tuberculosis, lung, skin and pancreatic cancer.


how does one train a bee

"The bees can be trained within 10 minutes," explains Soares. "Training simply consists of exposing the bees to a specific odour and then feeding them with a solution of water and sugar, therefore they associate that odour with a food reward."

Once trained, the bees will remember the odour for their entire lives, provided they are always rewarded with sugar. Bees live for six weeks on average.


Too bad other people don’t find this as amazing as I do

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