1. whatwouldsaulalinskydo:

    the coroner’s gambit + us gov’t photo archives

  2. godzillaismydarklord:

    #descendents #daysndaze #doom #crass #patches Going on the same pair of pants.

  3. teenager6from6mars6:

    Making patches all dayyy.

  4. johndarnielle:


    Whoa getting that as a tattoo is so intense

    I love it

    OP, do you have this ink? Do you know it’s origin? I am so curious about why this tattoo-haver picked this tattoo

    this right here is a badass tattoo and makes me wanna get one of the fifth panel here

    (Source: themollieshow)

  5. johndarnielle:

    look, people are bound to take a wrong turn after hearing a band sing about violence and knives

    (Source: 32nightmares)

  6. johndarnielle:

    is this during Darby’s brief time in England or did the Atomic Café have something like this on their wall? 

    (Source: stayfree70)

  7. johndarnielle:


    VHS of Ultra Warrior (Augusto Tamayo & Kevin Tent, 1990)

    Beresford, Meshach, and Dack Rambo

  8. magictransistor:

    Wally Wood, ‘Disneyland Orgy’, c. 1967.

    (via fleshtemple)

  9. Red-Headed Woman (1932) dir. Jack Conway

    (Source: filmsploitation, via fleshtemple)

  10. 2014-spring-summer:


    2014 spring summer「tentekomai」

    (via habaebti)


  12. eric-generic-art:

    Tom Jones - It’s Not Unusual

    (Source: usatimemachine, via fleshtemple)

  13. theswinginsixties:

    Beatles in the cockpit.

    (Source: pinterest.com, via ebonynightbeast)

  14. king-gojira:


    Destroy All Monsters

    moshi moshi, goji desu

    (via ebonynightbeast)

  15. thebikeage:


    In 1972 , 13 furry and bearded men dressed as women snatched the audience , shook the sexual structures of people , broke taboos and made success today remembered in Brazil and worldwide.
    The androgynous Dzi Croquettes were a symbol of the counterculture of change , social transformation, breaking taboos . The high-heeled shoes and women’s clothing purposely showed his hairy legs and beard grown by the men in the group .

    The 70s was the breakup , change , fleeing standards and seek the new, the unknown. The counterculture gave way to questions about reality , the ideological rupture and social transformation . In this context an American arrives in Rio de Janeiro : Lennie Dale joined to a bossa nova jazz swing of the New Yorker , the meeting of 13 men , 13 talents . Then arose the hurricane that would shake the sexual structures of people , open doors , break taboos , change Brazilian and international theater scene . Then arose the Dzi Croquettes .

    The group revolutionized the locals with his androgynous stage spectacles ( similar to the North American group The Cockettes , the famous androgynous and psychedelic visual) . Disobedient and debauched , decided to disregard the order of the military regime with intelligence. The high-heeled shoes and women’s clothing purposely showed his hairy legs and beard grown by the men in the group . The first show in 1972 was a great success , despite being banned by the Service National Theatre . The sitcom was a mockery to the system of dictatorship and the Brazilian reality. The group also became a hit in Europe , especially in France , which led to madness Parisian audiences .

    (via fleshtemple)