1. X-Files knows what’s up. The truth is out there

    X-Files knows what’s up. The truth is out there

  2. Reblogged from: fuckyeah1990s
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  4. dodongodislikessmoke:

The Ocarina Cycle by hyperionwitch
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  6. GREATEST IMPROVISED LINE EVER

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  7. aporiae:

If only

no. my son is ALSO named Bort

    aporiae:

    If only

    no. my son is ALSO named Bort

    Reblogged from: aporiae
  8. lawebloca:

Disappearing act

    lawebloca:

    Disappearing act

    Reblogged from: prguitarman
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  10. What if I was wrong and you had never questioned it?
    What if it was true, that all we thought was right, was wrong
    Simple math, the truth cannot be fractioned
    I imply I’ve got to get it back then

    Reblogged from: vin-accardi
  11. japanese-mangos:

Transparent by meRecolor and smoke by closetanimegirl

    japanese-mangos:

    Transparent by me
    Recolor and smoke by closetanimegirl

    Reblogged from: lostinhyrule
  12. nevver:

Never
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  13. dunrath:

The Front Bottoms - Mountain [x]

    dunrath:

    The Front Bottoms - Mountain [x]

    Reblogged from: baekowski
  14. sodomymcscurvylegs:

    Actual footage of me directing the world’s saddest symphony, just for you:

    image

    image

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  15. yvynyl:

daualset:

1993: <500k vinyl records sold 2013: 6.1M Jan-June 2014: 4M
From a good Pitchfork piece on the state of the vinyl industry.Interesting how “15% of those who buy physical music formats such as CDs, vinyl records and cassettes never listen to them – they buy them purely to own” (ICM Research)

Truth, these are very small numbers compared to the digital sales, but still… it bares repeating, vinyl continues to grow and grow, and while I doubt it will ever become the largest part of the music economy, it still makes a lot of people happy, and many folks making money. 
Several people ‘in the business’ have reminded me that vinyl will never be the gold standard for revenue in a music company, but perhaps it’s value comes in its longevity and coolness simply as a product worth having.

    yvynyl:

    daualset:

    1993: <500k vinyl records sold
    2013: 6.1M
    Jan-June 2014: 4M

    From a good Pitchfork piece on the state of the vinyl industry.

    Interesting how “15% of those who buy physical music formats such as CDs, vinyl records and cassettes never listen to them – they buy them purely to own” (ICM Research)

    Truth, these are very small numbers compared to the digital sales, but still… it bares repeating, vinyl continues to grow and grow, and while I doubt it will ever become the largest part of the music economy, it still makes a lot of people happy, and many folks making money. 

    Several people ‘in the business’ have reminded me that vinyl will never be the gold standard for revenue in a music company, but perhaps it’s value comes in its longevity and coolness simply as a product worth having.

    Reblogged from: yvynyl
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