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onlylolgifs:

this is how you exit an interview

We should remember this for when we need to wrap up an interview with MTV one day.

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gameraboy:

"A Sticky Situation" (1960) by Carl Barks

I like how advertising is literally still exactly as sexist as they’re joking about in this comic from 54 years ago.

^ ^ ^

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clockwork-silence:

BUT HOW DO I KNOW WHO I REALLY AM? I HAVEN’T TAKEN A BUZZFEED QUIZ AND POSTED THE RESULTS ON FACEBOOK.

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 LUCID STEAD MIRROR HOUSE

Category: INFLUENCES

Amazing Installation from the artist Phillip K. Smith III in Joshua Tree (CA). I love the fact that all the mirrors put on the house reflect everything around and make disappear the house in the landscape, or make it look like it was an unfinished house.

http://thetrendologie.com/2014/03/24/lucid-stead-mirror-house/

It would be in Joshua Tree, wouldn’t it?

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Don't Tell The Folks Back Home

JM: Here’s another slice from our album, ‘Unexpected Sunshine’.

I wrote this on holiday, I’m not entirely sure how it got written, the chords seem to just tumble out of the guitar, while the words fell out of my mouth. I nearly forgot the melody, but remembered it again the next day, when I noticed I was subconsciously humming it.

I’m glad it’s come such a long way since then, it has TROMBONES and CLARINETS in it!

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Audioboo / John's Evening Ramble, Episode 2

The second Evening Ramble from Mr MacLeod. Tonight: Chocolate! (Also includes a fairground & a lot of wind.)

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JM: Tonight’s a good night to sport one of my own t-shirt designs…

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pawmonster:

Yes. Because ‘just having a laugh’ excuses you of everything. Ugh.

That is not any kind of justification for being a dick.

JM: This, x1,000.

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Radio Session Funtimes at Moorlands FM. From the Quiet Revolution show, Monday 17th March, photos taken by Gary Wilcox.