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July 01 2017

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I feel lost in the city (WBIC04) by RickB500: Cologne Central Station

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is this what having a penis is like 


Omg Maddison 😂😂 @maddisonkennedy


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Bask in the glory of all our problems.





Concept: one of those fantasy settings where elves and dragons and whatnot have ridiculously long and complicated names, except instead of “hello, my name is [thirty-seven syllables with way too many apostrophes]”, it’s “hello, my name is [four-minute guitar solo]”.

(Of course, that’s just when the dragon in question is speaking a human tongue. In native draconic, the whole sentence would be like that: a series of polyphonic growls that just happen to resemble overdriven guitar riffs. In this milieu, the genre of music we’d recognise as “heavy metal” is actually draconic poetry performed by human musicians, with the human vocalist providing a loose translation. According to dragons, human instrumentalists’ “pronunciation” is typically quite poor, with a few notable exceptions.

The native languages of elves, meanwhile, are similarly musical, perhaps in emulation of dragons themselves; though their tones lack the bone-rattling harmonics of draconic speech, they rely on changes of pitch too rapid for the human vocal apparatus to emulate. For a human, your best bet at producing elvish speech is usually an acoustic guitar, though when portability isn’t an issue, a piano may be more flexible. Efforts to replicate the elvish tongue via accordion have typically not been warmly received.)

Wait, what about harps tho?

Certain ill-informed stereotypes notwithstanding, harps are actually a traditionally dwarvish instrument, not an elvish one; attempting to communicate in elvish using a dwarvish instrument would be something of a faux pas.

(Dwarves are not, themselves, tonal communicators. Rather, the primary difficulty humans face in speaking dwarvish tongues lies in that much of their speech is below the range of human hearing. This is believed to be an environmental adaptation; speech in the range that humans are accustomed to quickly becomes muffled and confused by echoes in cramped stone tunnels, but subsonics carry clearly for great distances. Indeed, the popular image of dwarves being prone to muttering or grumbling to themselves stems from their habit of taking advantage of the fact that the bulk of their speech is inaudible to humans to converse in front of them without being “overheard”.)

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This is the black and white version of the new Scientific Wrestling logo, what do you think?

#scientificwrestling #catchascatchcan #nhb #wrestling #grappling #mma #catchwrestling

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“I would only believe in a god who could dance. And when I saw my devil I found him serious, thorough, profound, and solemn: it was the spirit of gravity—through him all things fall. Not by wrath does one kill but by laughter. Come, let us kill the spirit of gravity!”
― Friedrich #Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra


Forever grateful that the Wallace’s Flying Frog (Rhacophorus nigropalmatus) is a real living creature that exists on this earth at the same time as me.

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It’s a wild one, this ride. Wish the straps were loose most days.

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#magick #yoga #aleistercrowley

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Levy Tran

June 30 2017

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