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Something else is hurting you – that’s why you need pot or whiskey, or whips and rubber suits, or screaming music turned so fucking loud you can’t think.

Charles Bukowski.

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snowce:

George Porcari, Kids on subway, New York City, 1982

snowce:

George Porcari, Kids on subway, New York City, 1982

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antediluviancurrent:

Abandoned 1968 Futuro House, Pennsylvania

antediluviancurrent:

Abandoned 1968 Futuro House, Pennsylvania

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georgy-konstantinovich-zhukov:

“The expanding fireball and shockwave of the Trinity test explosion, seen .025 seconds after detonation in the New Mexico desert on July 16, 1945.”

georgy-konstantinovich-zhukov:

The expanding fireball and shockwave of the Trinity test explosion, seen .025 seconds after detonation in the New Mexico desert on July 16, 1945.”

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Calvin Hall’s conclusion was the opposite of Sigmund Freud’s: Far from being full of hidden symbols, most dreams were remarkably straightforward and predictable. Dream plots were consistent enough that, just by knowing the cast of characters in a dream, Hall could forecast what would happen with surprising accuracy. A dream featuring a man whom the dreamer doesn’t know in real life, for instance, almost always entails a plot in which the stranger is aggressive. Adults tend to dream of other people they know, while kids usually dream of animals. About three out of every four characters in a man’s dream will be other men, while women tend to encounter an equal number of males and females. Most dreams take place in the dreamers’ homes or offices and, if they have to go somewhere, they drive cars or walk there. And not surprisingly, college students dream about sex more often than middle-aged adults.

David K. Randall.

(Source: brainpickings.org)

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