shadysinns:

Steve-o vs Seaworld

itssimplylena:

Mystery

#this is it. this is zayn’s superhero narrative. #punk kid scientist who reads mysteries on his downtime hears of some mystical alchemical miracle treasure buried #deep deep in the desert where not even fucking carrion go #it’s a treasure that only the gods’ chosen are able to find and legend has it that they are never seen again #that once they find it either the sun fries them on the desert floor leaving nothing but a trail of calcified bones and dust #or that the gods take them into the heavens where they live forever; blessed and beautiful for eternity #he goes and he finds the treasure - gold dappled by sunlight so bright it blinds him but still he crawls in the sand and dips his fingers inside it and it is the most ecstatic feeling #for a second he knows what icarus knew as the sun soldered his skin and withered the wings off his back #for a second he knows infinte victory and glory and beauty wrapped in stars and sublime terror #and he’s never seen again.

chucklestheboywonder:

WHY DOES THIS MAKE ME SO HAPPY EVERYTIME I SEE IT

view from MoMA-  NYC 

Though personally I think a lot of Demerol also went into that decision.

barriodysmorphia:

Mulder and Scully

I left behind a career in medicine to become an FBI agent four years ago because I believed in this country. Because I wanted to uphold its laws, to punish the guilty and to protect the innocent. I still believe in this country. But I believe that there are powerful men in the government who do not. Men who have no respect for the law and who flout it with impunity. I have come to the conclusion that it is no longer possible to carry out my duties as an FBI agent… that there is a culture of lawlessness that has prevented me from doing my job. That the real target of this committee’s investigation should be the men who are beyond prosecution and punishment.

lookbookdotnu:

I’M TOO OLD TO CUT THE MUSTARD (by L A)