Do.Until.True.

Words, Sounds and Inspirations of Warren C. Longmire

He sold everything, even the tame jaguar that teased passersby from the courtyard of his house, and he bought an eternal ticket on a train that never stopped travelling.

One Hundred Years of Solitude, Gabriel Garcia Marquez (via fy100yearsofsolitude)

A Year of The AfroFuturist Affair

afrofuturistaffair:

The AfroFuturist Affair originally began as a singular event in October 2011 to provide opportunities for Black Sci-Fi and Afrofuturistic-identified artists, authors, and activists to creatively commune in one space, with proceeds from the event going to Need in Deed nonprofit. Since that…

8 months ago - 132

jackstorm said: when are you guys dropping that mix from the 215 event online? i can only find the 2012 joint

Hey jack. Not releasing until December, same time as the print issue. I’ll be in contact in the next week or so with the first mix.

shego:

iguanabones:

the afterlife isnt all its hyped up to be

I love you for all these little ghost comics im in love with you I would kiss you if I could

(Source: iguanamouth, via randomness-is-epic)

vaporious:

if you havent seen #governmentshutdownpickuplines then you’re seriously missing out

(Source: besieged, via djturntables-deactivated2014050)

prepare4life:

NATO Standard Phonetic Alphabet,
The phonetic alphabet was developed as a way to spell things out over radio communications that may be less then ideal, I.E. a lot of static or weak signal. All the words were chosen because they have a distinct sound that is easy to pick out. Military and police communications use the phonetic alphabet heavily and can be helpful to know for talking over CB’s or FRS (walky talky) radios.

prepare4life:

NATO Standard Phonetic Alphabet,

The phonetic alphabet was developed as a way to spell things out over radio communications that may be less then ideal, I.E. a lot of static or weak signal. All the words were chosen because they have a distinct sound that is easy to pick out. Military and police communications use the phonetic alphabet heavily and can be helpful to know for talking over CB’s or FRS (walky talky) radios.

(via ufosareglam-deactivated20131003)

my-ahh:

For the last four years….

my-ahh:

For the last four years….

(Source: blua)