it’s early morning and i work tomorrow

hugatreeortwo:

Melvin Frohike and Richard ‘Ringo’ Langly
The X-File, Unusual Suspects (5x03)

hugatreeortwo:

Melvin Frohike and Richard ‘Ringo’ Langly

The X-File, Unusual Suspects (5x03)

this has been stuck in my head for a while

iinejapanesetrademarks:

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just lemme fix my alternator, find a leather jacket with long enough sleeves and sew this on the back

iinejapanesetrademarks:

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just lemme fix my alternator, find a leather jacket with long enough sleeves and sew this on the back

fantagraphics:

Get ready to kick back, relax, and light up a joint with us as we…Um, we—what were we doing?

Oh yes! Office copies of Simon Hanselmann's eagerly awaited debut collection, Megahex, have hit our desks, and we are ecstatic to finally see this beloved webcomic in printed form, beautifully bound in hardcover. Whether you’re a first time reader or longtime fan of Hanselmann’s Megg, Mogg, and Owl comics, make sure to check out our downloadable preview to cool your cravings. The book is available for presale and is expected to hit stores in a month or so!

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tuesday night movie night

tuesday night movie night

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from the tourism board

from the tourism board

Tags: kurdistan

The Kinks - It’s Too Late

smasuch:

What is Grimace? Wikipedia, as good a place as any to look for definitive information on advertising characters, says it’s an unknown species of monster that originally stole milkshakes. But now, we know what Grimace is.
Thanks to the Japanese Subsection Table of the Vienna Classification of Figurative Elements of Marks, we know the classifications given to Grimace by its creators:
3.11.17 Seals, sea lions
3.11.25.01 Personified animals of division 3.11
4.5.15 Other forms representing an unidentifiable animal, other fantastic beings having the appearance of animals. Note: Not including fabulous animals classified in division 4.3.
This is the nature of Grimace: identified but yet unidentifiable, caught in a realm between the reality of a sea lion and the fantasy of a milk-based monster, fluxing between beast and thought and approaching humanity in between.

amazing!

smasuch:

What is Grimace? Wikipedia, as good a place as any to look for definitive information on advertising characters, says it’s an unknown species of monster that originally stole milkshakes. But now, we know what Grimace is.

Thanks to the Japanese Subsection Table of the Vienna Classification of Figurative Elements of Marks, we know the classifications given to Grimace by its creators:

  • 3.11.17 Seals, sea lions
  • 3.11.25.01 Personified animals of division 3.11
  • 4.5.15 Other forms representing an unidentifiable animal, other fantastic beings having the appearance of animals. Note: Not including fabulous animals classified in division 4.3.

This is the nature of Grimace: identified but yet unidentifiable, caught in a realm between the reality of a sea lion and the fantasy of a milk-based monster, fluxing between beast and thought and approaching humanity in between.

amazing!

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The War On Drugs – Eyes to the Wind