a mother’s last words to her daughter about finding the right guy… wow 😳


a mother’s last words to her daughter about finding the right guy… wow 😳

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Calabrese - I Wanna Be A Vigilante

Calabrese at The Korova in San Antonio, Texas on March 13, 2014. Part of their “I Wanna Be A Vigilante Tour”




Together they are…. The Calabrese brothers!!
In white charcoal. These guys are a blast to draw.

So much caffeine went into the creating these. Like seriously it was probably dangerous.

This is so intense! I dig it!

— B

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Calabrese // Sea of Dirt

Well, I know my way around
Desert sun and the borderlands.
Born in dirt to grow alone,
Die in dirt, it’s the way it goes.

Empty ships lay on their side,
The road warrior’s paradise,
And I act like I don’t care
‘Cause it’s true, baby, I don’t care.

The end is near tonight.
The sun will never rise.
In a perfect world, there would be no love,
Nothing left, just me.

Till the ends of time, the shadows on the hill,
Haunted, I remember everything.
I will break your heart when you see who I am.
Hang your head and wallow in the pain.

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My new favorite gif set. 

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Elsa Lanchester in The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

Fun facts about “The Bride” :

  • "The Bride", the most obscure of Universal Studios’ Classic Monsters, is on screen for less than five minutes and is the only "Classic Monster" never to have killed anyone.
  • Elsa Lanchester’s shock hairdo was held in place by a wired horsehair cage.
  • Elsa Lanchester was only 5’4” but for the role was placed on stilts that made her 7’ tall. The bandages were placed so tightly on her that she was unable to move and had to be carried about the studio and fed through a straw.
  • Elsa Lanchester said that her spitting, hissing performance was inspired by the swans in Regent’s Park, London. “They’re really very nasty creatures,” she said. (x)

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Some shots of Calabrese that I caught while they were in San Antonio and playing at SXSW in Austin.



Arsenic and Old Lace

A 1944 American dark comedy film directed by Frank Capra, starring Cary Grant, and based on Joseph Kesselring’s play Arsenic and Old Lace. The script adaptation was by Julius J. Epstein and Philip G. Epstein. Capra actually filmed the movie in 1941 because of star Cary Grant’s availability, but it was not released until 1944, after the original stage version had finished its run on Broadway.

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This does a good job at showing how ridiculously free-for-all and confusing WWI was.

This is the best thing I’ve ever seen

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