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Imaginary Forces - Valle
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musts:

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Phyllorhiza punctata 
(also known as Floating Bell, Australian spotted jellyfish or the white-spotted jellyfish)
Oct 11, 2014 / 817 notes

musts:

© Daniel

Phyllorhiza punctata

(also known as Floating Bell, Australian spotted jellyfish or the white-spotted jellyfish)

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modrules: Image found on  Punks In Parkas
Sep 19, 2014 / 181 notes

ruiraiox:

modrules: Image found on  Punks In Parkas

old-hopes-and-boots:

Famed Rodeo horsewoman Mael Strickland in 1925
Sep 17, 2014 / 30 notes

old-hopes-and-boots:

Famed Rodeo horsewoman Mael Strickland in 1925

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theburroughscentury:

Sixty years after their incarnation, the beats continue to exercise a formidable grip on cultural life on both sides of the Atlantic. With recent films based on Jack Kerouac’s On the Road and Big Sur; with a cinematic reconstruction of the writing of Allen Ginsberg’s Howl and the subsequent trial against its publisher, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, for allegedly distributing pornography; with Daniel Radcliffe leaving Harry Potter behind to play a young Allen Ginsberg at Columbia University (in the film Kill Your Darlings, which charts the birth of the beats); and with a very major, very ace new biography of William S Burroughs by Barry Miles just published, it can easily be argued that we are in the middle of a significant beat revival.
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Jun 26, 2014 / 19 notes

theburroughscentury:

Sixty years after their incarnation, the beats continue to exercise a formidable grip on cultural life on both sides of the Atlantic. With recent films based on Jack Kerouac’s On the Road and Big Sur; with a cinematic reconstruction of the writing of Allen Ginsberg’s Howl and the subsequent trial against its publisher, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, for allegedly distributing pornography; with Daniel Radcliffe leaving Harry Potter behind to play a young Allen Ginsberg at Columbia University (in the film Kill Your Darlings, which charts the birth of the beats); and with a very major, very ace new biography of William S Burroughs by Barry Miles just published, it can easily be argued that we are in the middle of a significant beat revival.

(via New Statesman | Wild boys: the high lives of William Burroughs and Jack Kerouac)

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