breaking my hiatus to post a picture of my tattoo. =)

breaking my hiatus to post a picture of my tattoo. =)

Rune Guneriussen
lissyelle365:

213/365
“Tis The Season”
More of my super impressive snowflakes.

lissyelle365:

213/365

“Tis The Season”

More of my super impressive snowflakes.

commissioned by a friend.
i did ask if they wanted a picture with his abs…

commissioned by a friend.

i did ask if they wanted a picture with his abs…

monaux:

Edgar Allan Pug.

awww

monaux:

Edgar Allan Pug.

awww

zainyk:

Annie Hall. Amazing.

zainyk:

Annie Hall. Amazing.

shortformblog:

The composer mimiced in Rick Perry’s anti-gay ad? “An outspoken gay Jew.”
If the ad itself isn’t a big enough gaffe… The background music in the ad has ties to noted composer Aaron Copland, an important 20th-century composer whose “Appalachian Spring” inspired the music that gives Perry’s much-disliked campaign ad its swelling style. (To be clear: That is different from being by Copland; the composer of Perry’s music was lifting the style, not copying Copland verbatim.) Copland represents a number of things Perry speaks against in the ad — particularly, he was gay, Jewish and long-suspected of having Communist leanings, to the point where he once had to testify in front of Congress that he wasn’t a Communist. Not the best idea, Rick. But neither was the ad. (thanks marcushere; photo via Library of Congress) source
Follow ShortFormBlog


i feel like the people who produced rick perry’s ad were trolling him - first they dress him in the same jacket heath ledger wears in brokeback mountain, then they play this music over it.
i tip my hat to them.

shortformblog:

If the ad itself isn’t a big enough gaffe… The background music in the ad has ties to noted composer Aaron Copland, an important 20th-century composer whose “Appalachian Spring” inspired the music that gives Perry’s much-disliked campaign ad its swelling style. (To be clear: That is different from being by Copland; the composer of Perry’s music was lifting the style, not copying Copland verbatim.) Copland represents a number of things Perry speaks against in the ad — particularly, he was gay, Jewish and long-suspected of having Communist leanings, to the point where he once had to testify in front of Congress that he wasn’t a Communist. Not the best idea, Rick. But neither was the ad. (thanks marcushere; photo via Library of Congress) source

Follow ShortFormBlog

i feel like the people who produced rick perry’s ad were trolling him - first they dress him in the same jacket heath ledger wears in brokeback mountain, then they play this music over it.

i tip my hat to them.