elitekulturen:

Alien Sex Fiend - Now I’m Feeling Zombified

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cunterion:

waking up halloween day

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fishmech:

djlizard:

fishmech:

so today i found out i’d apparently had a real silver plated ps/2 mouse for a long ass time and dang it looks nice,

what ?

why do you 

why is it

what the fuck fishmech what the fuck

i have no idea. i’m upa t my parents’ place hence the thinkpad for traveling and my mom had removed the shelves above the computer area downstairs since she was painting. apparently it’s been sitting there in its nice box as long as she remembers and she’s pretty sure it belongs to me and gave it to me just now,

it has a “CAG” monogram inscribed in the top of the mouse plating and idk whether that was the original owner or a company or what. i can’t think of anyone I’ve known with the initials CAG and it’s apparently been there since like the early 2000s when the shelves went up??

4-minute difference
(7:40am, 7:44am)

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fishmech:

stationlost:

hey all this is ada and well this is my first album! ever!! its an all synth album that is heavily inspired by film soundtracks, modular synths and their history, cyberpunk, fashion, and the buchla source of uncertainty.

if you enjoy my music, and can afford to do so, please buy it. i’m poor and music is one of the few things i’m good at. that money would be used to keep me and my girlfriend ivy alive and well and making things that we love! 

thank you <3

yooooo this is extremely cool

Sounds dark at points. I like it.

kaishabackwards:

I think about this tweet a lot. 

kaishabackwards:

I think about this tweet a lot. 

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fordlibrarymuseum:

Perk up your Monday with a memo about coffee.
Staff Secretary Jim Connor’s note on this memo from Deputy Chief of Staff Dick Cheney from October 20, 1975, succinctly sums up why the coffee bill for Donald Rumsfeld’s office was over $100: "They are drinking too much coffee and have too many people drinking it!"
The Mess records showed that the bill covered 200 pots of coffee, meaning that the Chief of Staff and his eight staff members would have consumed about 10 pots per day during a five-day work week.
Too much coffee: do you agree or disagree?

That&#8217;s some expensive coffee.

fordlibrarymuseum:

Perk up your Monday with a memo about coffee.

Staff Secretary Jim Connor’s note on this memo from Deputy Chief of Staff Dick Cheney from October 20, 1975, succinctly sums up why the coffee bill for Donald Rumsfeld’s office was over $100: "They are drinking too much coffee and have too many people drinking it!"

The Mess records showed that the bill covered 200 pots of coffee, meaning that the Chief of Staff and his eight staff members would have consumed about 10 pots per day during a five-day work week.

Too much coffee: do you agree or disagree?

That’s some expensive coffee.

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Colors are changing.