So @TheCapitolPN tweeted this
which was promptly deleted. (G-Bb-A-D are the notes to Rue’s whistle.)
But if you had clicked inspect element before it was deleted
"You silence our voices, but we are still heard."
HOW COOL IS THIS MARKETING?!?! Like the rebels are hacking into the capitol’s twitter!!!!
I love it when marketing folks do the smart.
Holy badass marketing, batman
*gorillaz feel good inc laugh*
David Bowie: a singer who can act, an actor who can sing, or a bunch of birds in human clothing fooling us all? We may never know
Photo reblogged from with 85 notes
Damn gurl 😏
Amazing Illustrations by Artist Chiara Bautista
Chiara Butista aka MILK is an enigmatic artist from Tucson, Arizona. Her work is insanely detailed and appears to be riddled with symbolism. Many of her subjects, which sport antlers or tentacles, are captured in chaotic, angst-ridden moments which are balanced perfectly by femininely decorated backgrounds and cartoonish animal friends. You could scour these images for hours and still find new details every time you revisit them. His work is rich with symbolism inspired cephalopods, falling planes, deer, piercing arrows, wounds, teddy bears and drugs which may be as much a symbol for obsessive love.
Question with 1 note
incurablenecromantic said: Hey there. My ignorance and vile and loathsome; can you give me a list of books I should read to learn more about Taoism?
That’s totally understandable ignorance to have Taoism isn’t exactly a widespread phenomenon over here.
Ok, as far as what I’ve read, Lao Tzu’s Tao Te Ching (or Dao De Ching because Anglicizing Chinese is a losing battle) is the best place to start. I have the translation by Gia-Fu Feng and Jane English and it has served me well. However, I recently picked up a translation and essay on the text translated by Roger T. Ames and David L. Hall, and it’s proving to be a fascinating read. Apparently Ursula Leguin has a translation/interpretation that is quite amazing.
The other text, which I’ve only just started, is called The Way of Chuang Tzu, translated by Thomas Merton. It’s pithy and witty and I love it.
There are many more Taoist texts that I have yet to locate copies/good translations of. In all honesty, the wikipedia page for Taoism was extremely helpful in generating a list of authors/books to look into, but the two important ones to know about are Zhuangzi and Daozang.
Hope this helps!
this…this photo, man. it has all the greatest hits.
1.) Squishy toe-beans the size of your thumb.
2.) Fuzzy spotted catbutt
3.) Pink snootnose
4.) Adoring expression shootin’ lovebeams into your very soul
Reblogging for everyone in the throes of finals right now because I think we could all use a little KITTY
I FOUND IT AGAIN!!!!
I keep find this damn gifset! Does anyone have a sauce?
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