Kiska in the #Christmas spirit! #reindeer #xmas #cat #cats #catsofinstagram #kitten #kittens #pet #petsofinstagram (at House Ó Raghallaigh)
Sarah B. before and after her pregnancy. Congratulations to her and her partner and a welcome to the little boy they’ve brought into this world.
Wouldn’t it be during and after?
Ingredients for a Proper Study Session:
2. Eggnog + Rum
5. Woodstove (at House Ó Raghallaigh)
Motorcycles. Jousting. Lorde.
Oh my god, Young Replicant produced a new music video! I’m at work and can’t watch it right now so this is just a reblog reminder for myself.
You should go check out Young Replicant’s work though. Use that Google machine!
The Alnwick Poison Garden is pretty much what you’d think it is: a garden full of plants that can kill you (among many other things). Some of the plants are so dangerous that they have to be kept behind bars. [x]
Where do I find the Triffids?
Birthday feast for @jawkneehearttree! @joshamcbosha is getting two pounds of NFOD wings, the hottest wings available here. Before/After photos and video to come. Stay tuned, sports fans. (at Wing’n It)
But he is also intensely human—an empathetic therapist as well as a brilliant scholar. His love of Bach and ‘a window with a view’ begin to suggest the complexities of his nature. An angel with horns, the doctor fascinates us with his dualities: both a paragon of civilized man and a connoisseur of human flesh. Yet Lecter’s cannibalism is never just about eating. As when Dolarhyde injests Blake’s watercolor, Lecter’s selections in dining reveal the essence of his personality; for him, cannibalism is a means of exerting absolute domination over another person. Moreover, his worldly sophistication is present even in what he chooses to eat—only the organs that constitute the ‘sweet meats.’
Lecter’s proclivity toward consuming human body parts also helps to explain his success as a psychoanalyst. His occupation employs a kind of psychic cannibalism in the transference of one individual’s feelings, thoughts, and wishes to another. The psychiatrist is attracted to Starling because of her physical beauty, but he also comes to savor her for other reasons: Lecter wants the details of Starling’s tragic adolescence so that he can digest her anguish and make it his own. Her personal pain—the screams of the lambs—becomes his pain, and this is why he dines on lamb chops after listening to Starling’s narrative about the spring slaughtering. It is Starling’s simultaneous vulnerability and strength in the face of her lingering childhood memories that establishes whatever respect Lecter is capable of summoning toward another human being—particularly one he does not intend to eat.
|—||Tony Magistrale; “Transmogrified Gothic: The Novels of Thomas Harris” (via circuitbird)|
*connects Monster Energy™ drip via intravenous USB, eurobeat blasting through my ear augmentations as I grind down an NVIDIA gtx500 into the cone of a digibong and take a hit exhaling your moms URL in binary code* Log off or be deleted nerd
STARS. THE FINAL EXPLORE-Y PLACE. THESE ARE THE TRIP THINGS OF THE SPACEBOAT ENTERPIPES. ITS FIVE YEAR JOB THINGY: TO HANG OUT IN STRANGE NEW PLACES, TO HAVE DINNER WITH ALIENS AND SHIT, TO VAGUELY WANDER IN THAT DIRECTION LIKE NO ONE HAS DONE BEFORE.
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