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Athena, holding your hair, whispering in your ear

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For me a few are enough, one is enough, none is enough. This is not for the many but for you; we are a sufficient audience for each other

In this wine-dark sea, among the waves, please find : musical rambling, occasional original content, and piles of sonnets

For advice (occult or otherwise) ask over here.
For my original writing, look here.
For personal inquiries, ask here.
 

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04/17/2014 18:40:05

“Will all great Neptune’s ocean wash this blood clean from my hand?”

Will all great Neptune’s ocean wash this blood clean from my hand?”

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04/17/2014 17:35:35

"It seems to me that, inherent in the nature of a working group, the specific parties who are in favor of the feature will always be better represented than the interests of a wider audience that faces the nonspecific harm that the feature might be implemented poorly and introduce a security vulnerability. Sort of a reverse-NIMBY situation if you like. The software community cannot mobilize to combat every new TLS proposal on the grounds of nonspecific harm, but everybody with a pet feature can mobilize to make sure it is standardized."

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04/17/2014 16:30:11

animus-inviolabilis:

Salomé à la prison [Salomé à la rose]Salome in the prison [Salome with a rose]
Gustave Moreau
1872

animus-inviolabilis:

Salomé à la prison [Salomé à la rose]
Salome in the prison [Salome with a rose]

Gustave Moreau

1872

(via frykitty)

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04/17/2014 15:26:00

hadrian6:

La Paix. 1806. Louis Baptiste Cheret. French 1760-1832. silver, silver- gilt, bronze and gilt bronze. Louvre Museum.
http://hadrian6.tumblr.com

hadrian6:

La Paix. 1806. Louis Baptiste Cheret. French 1760-1832. silver, silver- gilt, bronze and gilt bronze. Louvre Museum.

http://hadrian6.tumblr.com

(via hatredandvulgarity)

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04/17/2014 14:20:15

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04/17/2014 13:15:16

jasinskiart:

"I Love You"Inspired by Mishka the talking Husky. Reimagined as Cerberus. One word for each head.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2c8MMiytwNs
This is for Gallery 1988’s Ten Year anniversary show that opens tonight.
http://nineteeneightyeight.com/

jasinskiart:

"I Love You"
Inspired by Mishka the talking Husky. Reimagined as Cerberus. One word for each head.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2c8MMiytwNs

This is for Gallery 1988’s Ten Year anniversary show that opens tonight.

http://nineteeneightyeight.com/

(via kidicarusiscrazy)

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04/17/2014 12:26:37

A sudden freeze hits small things the hardest

A sudden freeze hits small things the hardest

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04/17/2014 12:10:29

zgmfd:

Vincent Price presents The Price Of Fear

zgmfd:

Vincent Price presents The Price Of Fear

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04/17/2014 08:38:54

artemisdreaming:

Jan Mankes
See archive for more Jan Mankes HERE

artemisdreaming:

Jan Mankes

See archive for more Jan Mankes HERE

(via sirobtep)

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04/16/2014 21:55:28

loverofbeauty:

Jack Butler Yeats - Alone (1944)

loverofbeauty:

Jack Butler Yeats - Alone (1944)

(Source: an-overwhelming-question, via hatredandvulgarity)

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04/16/2014 20:50:44

eric-generic-art:

Diana Rigg

eric-generic-art:

Diana Rigg

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04/16/2014 20:44:48

merkkultra:

do men have resting bitch faces as well or do they not have negative characteristics ascribed to them for putting on a neutral rather than a deliriously happy facial expression

Not sure about other dudes, but I’ve definitely got something like “resting bitch face.” My relaxed face apparently looks very angry or dour, and strangers frequently feel compelled to tell me to smile, ask me what’s wrong, or ask why I’m mad.

I actually very nearly got fired from a retail position because of my face; several customers actually complained to my boss about my affect.  I was told that if they got another complaint, they’d have to let me go.  So I taught myself to smile as widely as possible (in the mirror), and tried to remember to smile whenever another person looked me in the face in a professional setting.

It feels really stupid, and looks really fake, but for whatever reason a phony smile so wide you could see it from the balcony at the opera is more socially/professionally acceptable than whatever my face looks like normally. 

I know that’s all small potatoes compared to the kind of ridiculous harassment women face over this (and plenty of other issues); I’m not trying to claim equivalency.  I can just relate a little on the “resting bitch face.”

(via therearepeoplewho)

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04/16/2014 19:45:25

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