The idea that everything will be alright in the end is similar to driving with a near empty tank of gas.
Most likely you’ll get to where you’re headed just fine, but there is always a chance you could break down halfway.
did it hurt? when u fell from someones butt into the toilet water u piece of shit
Desperately seeking something wonderful.
You’ve got to believe that at one point or another realization is going to hit that person who let you go like a truck. And that at that moment they feel true remorse and regret.
Whether or not you ever find out about it, or if it indeed ever happens isn’t important. What’s important is that you believe that it will happen.
Not only one of the best group efforts I’ve heard in awhile but the lyrics are also so fucking true.
Angel Olsen & Marissa Nadler - Frisco Depot
Check out what I voted for in triple j’s Hottest 100 2012.
Dominic Wilcox’s latest project, titled “There’s No Place Like Home” GPS shoes go where no man has gone before with their GPS powered software. You upload your destination to the shoes via a piece of custom made mapping software and a USB cable. You activate the GPS (located in the left heel) via a heel click. The data from the GPS wirelessly communicates with the right shoe, which shows the progress made on a row of lights. Your shoes point you to your destination, Just like in the fairytales.
Peckham Peace Wall by Garudio Studiage
“The Peckham Peace Wall is a permanent memorial to the hearty spirit of local residents who spontaneously contributed to a wall of Post-it note messages after last summer’s riots”
During the riots that occurred only 12 months ago, residents in Peckham began sticking Post-it notes on windows that were boarded up to show their love and respect for the community that was now in tatters. This permanent installation features 4,000 of those original notes that have been digitised and arranged over a three wall spread.
Limited edition prints have been produced to fund local art clubs, and can be purchased from here.