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Let The Music Be Your Master
“Information is not knowledge. Knowledge is not wisdom. Wisdom is not truth. Truth is not beauty. Beauty is not love. Love is not music. Music is the best…" Frank Zappa
A blog mainly about classic rock, films I enjoy and a bit of brazilian music. Pls enjoy.

Lara.17. Brazil.
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fuckingrapeculture:

[Palestinian holds up a poster:
YOU

Take my water
Burn my olive trees
Destroy my house
Take my job
Steal my land
Imprison my father
Kill my mother
Bomb my country
Starve us all
Humiliate us all
BUT
I am to blame: I shot a rocket back]

politicaldove:

The photo speaks louder than any caption ever could.


ifonlywewereamoungstfriends:

deathcabforkehan:

shipwreckedatseaa:

jakehellrose:

gnarville:

Proof that Bill Murray really is the most interesting man in the world.

That’s why I love this guy.

bill fuckin murray

my hero


girlsdontdrinkmilk:

icouldjustleavemybodyforthenight:

arvidaportfolio:

Editorial for Vice Online 2012
Photography by Arvida Byström, styled by Josef Forselius

i love all of these women’s posture facial expressions. the last three are particularly great!

I didn’t notice the blood what


el-masreya:

Slavery: “GET OVER IT!”

Imperialism: “GET OVER IT!”

Exploitation: “GET OVER IT!”

World Starvation: “GET OVER IT”

Genocide: “GET OVER IT!”

Occupation: “GET OVER IT!”

9/11: “NEVER FORGET!”


sequinstarlet:

Iggy performing on the Dinah Shore show 1977 with David Bowie







sharnacious:

I got a darkness wrapped inside me,
but now it ain’t so hard to let it go
so keep a candle burning in the window, 
I’m almost home


welcome home | radical face


1956- Gordon Parks documented the everyday lives of an extended black family living in rural Alabama under Jim Crow segregation for Life magazine’s photo-essay “The Restraints: Open and Hidden.” (via)


calm-yo-tits-paul:

crowdog89:

1968

Paul is bitchfacing some reporter so hard it’s not even funny


faithfullforever:

Previously unseen photo of Marianne Faithfull and Mick Jagger in San Remo, Italy where Marianne was participating in the eponymous Song Festival. This was on of the first times they were photographed together. | January 1967