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Manchild Wasteland

An immature, arguably intelligent mind

womanthouartloosed:

castielsfear:

Bruce Wayne watched both of his parents die.

Tony Stark has heart problems and anxiety.

Peter Parker saw his uncle being murdered.

Steve Rogers lost his best friend.

Bruce Banner attempted suicide.

If they can save the world, you can get through this day.

Never stop fighting.

none of these people are real

(via dannybowes)

horrorharem:

"The Terminator" 1984 Michael Biehn

horrorharem:

"The Terminator" 1984 Michael Biehn

(via dannybowes)

soundgarden - he didn’t

he did nothing perfectly
he did nothing quite well
he did nothing perfectly
much better than anyone i’ve ever seen

he did nothing all the time
he did nothing constantly
he did nothing everyday,
more often than anyone i’ve ever seen

he failed, and he failed miserably
he failed, and he failed quite bad
he failed, and he failed miserably
what’s better he never even had to try

jondoesnotexist:

BREAKING: Dogs are adorably confused by slight of hand.

this just cheered me up immensely

bigander:

heres some puppy

!!!

(Source: f4bulazy, via dannybowes)

imagine writing something

sally-thtgurl:

Kyle Maclachlan and Laura Dern, 1996

This is 1986. You know, when Blue Velvet came out. How anyone could think this is 1996 is beyond me. Come on.

sally-thtgurl:

Kyle Maclachlan and Laura Dern, 1996

This is 1986. You know, when Blue Velvet came out. How anyone could think this is 1996 is beyond me. Come on.

(via bigander)

These scientisms, as I shall call them, are clusters of scientific ideas which come together and almost surprise themselves into creeds of belief, scientific mythologies which fill the very felt void left by the divorce of science and religion in our time. They differ from classical science and its common debates in the way they evoke the same response as did the religions which they seek to supplant. And they share with religions many of their most obvious characteristics: a rational splendor that explains everything, a charismatic leader or succession of leaders who are highly visible and beyond criticism, a series of canonical texts which are somehow outside the usual arena of scientific criticism, certain gestures of idea and rituals of interpretation, and a requirement of total commitment. In return the adherent receives what the religions had once given him more universally: a world view, a hierarchy of importances, and an auguring place where he may find out what to do and think, in short, a total explanation of man. And this totality is obtained not by actually explaining everything, but by an encasement of its activity, a severe and absolute restriction of attention, such that everything that is not explained is not in view.

Jaynes, Julian (2000-08-15). The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind (Kindle Locations 5820-5829). Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Kindle Edition.  (via nothingcoolallowedassociation)

bigander:

a blt except, the bread is waffles. happy friday

I’m doing this tomorrow.

bigander:

a blt except, the bread is waffles. happy friday

I’m doing this tomorrow.