What if everything in the world were a misunderstanding, what if laughter were really tears?

Søren Kierkegaard, Either/Or

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Dita Von Teese performs at a ‘Gerrard’ jewellery designer anniversary party
London, England
September 21, 2003

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Huge congrats to @menton3 on his sold out solo show. If you have a chance, stop by and check it out. Amazing gallery filled with stunning work! 💕 (at Last Rites Gallery)

devi13 replied to your photo:
Pretty dress! Who is it by?
Thanks! It’s a dress that I picked up on ModCloth a few years ago (link!). It’s one of my favorite go-to basic black dresses.
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Stopping in to get a god damn donut and rest my feet before heading to Last Rites Gallery. (at The Donut Pub)



Scanned from Andrew J. Pinnell’s Heartland

Is that a velvet shirt Gary Marx is wearing?

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The moon is no drinker of wine, so I must

Nick Lantz,  from “What We Know of Death by Drowning” 
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Slowdive | So Tired

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Perfume is a form of writing, an ink, a choice made in the first person, the dot on the i, a weapon, a courteous gesture, part of the instant, a consequence.

Serge Lutens 

fotzepolitic asked: Seeing the Nosferatu avatar of yours, it'll finally get a blu-ray release this summer! Hopefully the repertory theatres in NYC will oblige you?

If they don’t, I will be 5 different types of disappointed! I can’t imagine how gorgeous it’s going to be on blu-ray, here is to hoping that they do a decent job with it. 

Dita Von Teese's house.

Tangerine Dream in 1974.

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Sin is a word that has been greatly misunderstood and misinterpreted. Literally translated from the ancient Greek in which the New Testament was written, to sin means to miss the mark, as an archer who misses the target, so to sin means to miss the point of human existence. It means to live unskillfully, blindly, and thus to suffer and cause suffering. Again, the term, stripped of its cultural baggage and misinterpretations, points to the dysfunction inherent in the human condition.

Eckhart Tolle (A New Earth)

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John Cale | Paris 1919 (Brussels, 1992. Feat. in ‘Fragments of a Rainy Season’)