3. beingmaryzka:

    which shakeaspearian death do u prefer???? 

    (ophelia for me of course ::::::::::)

     via : Shakespeare’s Deaths and Murders infographic, by Caitlin Griffin at Drown My Books.


  4. violin string vibrating in slow motion

    (Source: 9GAG)


  5. Black Dog - Led Zeppelin

    (Source: americanhighwayflower, via aclockworkzeppelin)


  6. Cameo de Julio Cortazar , "Blow-Up" , personificado como vagabundo. 


  7. The Yardbirds - Stroll On (Jeff Beck & Jimmy Page 1966) 

    Part  of  Blowup, or Blow-Up, a 1966 film directed by Michelangelo Antonioni  Inspired on the Julio Cortazar short story “Las babas del diablo” 


  8. I was kind of crying when I wrote it [‘Here Today’]. It’s like a dialogue with John. One of my feelings even when he used to lay into me was that he really didn’t mean it. I could always see why he was doing it. There was this spectre of me, which I understand because he had to clear the decks just like I did. In the song, John would hear me saying that and say ‘Oh, piss off, you don’t know me at all. We’re worlds apart. You used to know me but I’ve changed.’ But I felt I still knew him. The song is me trying to talk back to him, but realising the futility of it because he is no longer here, even though that’s a fact I can’t quite believe, even to this day. The ‘I love you’ part was hard to say . A part of me said, ‘Hold on. Wait a minute. Are you really going to do that?’ I finally said, ‘Yeah, I’ve got to. It’s true.’ - Paul
    — (via johpaugeongo)

    (via lennon-lives)



  10. None of us wanted to be the bass player. In our minds he was the fat guy who always played at the back.
    — Paul McCartney of the beatles talking about the bass player wich he is. 

    (Source: nrdrockzr, via itsbeatlemania4ever)



  12. The Dangerous Art of Tearing Down Bridges, Dams, and Aircraft Carriers

    History venerates the builders of great bridges, dams, and towers. But rare are commemorative plaques for the un-builders—those charged with the equally heroic task of dismantling those grand structures, once they become dowdy, obsolete, or downright dangerous. Herewith, five case studies in the art of mega-destruction—starting with the old, seismically shaky eastern span of the San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge. Also: remodeling NASA’s rocket assembly building, scrapping the world’s longest aircraft carrier, recycling a supercomputer, and moving a river to remove a dam.


  13. Remember when Paul McCartney wrote the song ‘Michelle’ and he only wrote the first part?. And then he gave that part to John Lennon, and he wrote the part that said, “I love you, I love you, I love you.” Annie said that it wouldn’t have been the same song without that. And that’s why the whole world cried when the Beatles broke up on April 10, 1970.
    — I Am Sam (2001) – Sam Dawson (Sean Penn)