i am slightly off kilter.
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Oirectine by Boards of Canada
黒い悲しみのロマンセ by Les Rallizes Dénudés (裸のラリーズ)
The Yerkes Observatory has the largest refracting telescope—all glass lenses, no mirrors—in the world. It also has been the home for numerous astronomical discoveries and a place of research for famous individuals such as Edwin Hubble, Carl Sagan and Albert Einstein. Yerkes was founded in 1897 and the main telescope is still in use today. The telescope has produced over 150,000 photographic plates, some of which are included in the August 1919 National Geographic magazine story.
NEPTUNE TELLS HIS STORY
If you please, sir, I long flattered myself with the thought that I was an uncle that you Earth-ites never knew you had. I am an elder brother of Mother Earth, though for ages and ages she and her children never suspected my existence. But back in the ‘forties’ of the nineteenth century my brother Uranus overtook me in our Marathon around the sun. Though our track is a billion miles wide and he has the rail, yet whenever he passes me I fret him so much that he gets a case of ‘nerves.’
from “Exploring the Glories of the Firmament” by William Joseph Showalter
V. Nixie accidental double exposure, 3.2013
half plate tintype
bodypaint by Michael Rosner, Headgear by Miss G Designs
The Newton County animal shelter in Indiana is going to be shut down.
Why is this such a big deal? Because It’s a no kill shelter.
Newton County does not want to fund a no kill shelter anymore.
The dogs in there have until August 1st, until they are killed.
So people need to adopt them, or help fund it, and get it to $3000.
crazy jay blue)
ing at me
your scorn of easily
hatred of timid
& loathing for(dull
all regular righteous
thief crook cynic
fragment of heaven)
& vivid voltaire
you beautiful anarchist
(i salute thee
E. E. CUMMINGS
from seven poems, July 1950