Is Something Burning?
fujitoras:

i read this left-to-right by accident
"am i reading? what the fuck?"

fujitoras:

i read this left-to-right by accident

"am i reading? what the fuck?"

yahooentertainment:

popculturebrain:

FXX’s ‘Simpsons' marathon commercial is too accurate.

Where’s my burrito!

Yep.
No one should have this much power.

did-you-kno:

Hormel sued Jim Henson Productions over the name of the warthog character, “Spa’am.” The judge dismissed the suit, saying that “one would think Hormel would welcome to the association with a genuine source of pork.”
Source

did-you-kno:

Hormel sued Jim Henson Productions over the name of the warthog character, “Spa’am.” The judge dismissed the suit, saying that “one would think Hormel would welcome to the association with a genuine source of pork.”

Source

garbonzos:





The Man Who Fell to Earth, Nicolas Roeg, 1976

garbonzos:

The Man Who Fell to Earth, Nicolas Roeg, 1976

Iggy Pop ft. David Bowie - The Passenger
10 plays

its-only-rocknroll-but-i-like-it:

The Passenger

by Iggy Pop (ft. David Bowie)

1977

__________________________________________

While it possesses a distinctive riff, “The Passenger” is perhaps most recognizable by its chorus, on which David Bowie sings back-up. The song is loosely based on a poem by Jim Morrison.

the-best-part-of-waking-up:

In this fandom we don’t say I love you we say you remind me of the babe

WHAT BABE

gagadolll:

Music legend David Bowie was arrested in upstate New York in March 1976 on a felony pot possession charge. The Thin White Duke, 29 at the time, was nabbed along with Iggy Pop and two other codefendants at a Rochester hotel following a concert. Bowie was held in the Monroe County jail for a few hours before being released. The above Rochester Police Department mug shot was taken three days after Bowie’s arrest, when the performer appeared at City Court for arraignment.

gagadolll:

Music legend David Bowie was arrested in upstate New York in March 1976 on a felony pot possession charge. The Thin White Duke, 29 at the time, was nabbed along with Iggy Pop and two other codefendants at a Rochester hotel following a concert. Bowie was held in the Monroe County jail for a few hours before being released. The above Rochester Police Department mug shot was taken three days after Bowie’s arrest, when the performer appeared at City Court for arraignment.