officialkingknight:

ok the last one was a joke heres your actual aesthetic

IM CRYING IS THIS WAHT YOU THINK OF ME OMFG

FUCKING AMAZING

protomlad:

THE GAME ISNT EVEN OUT YET

Did you somehow think that would stop people

How foolish you were.

mainotes:

i have no idea but everyone needs to listen to this right now

(via protomlad)

Album Art
ArtistHashimoto Jin
TitleStand Proud (Blast Procesed)
AlbumJojo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders
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protomlad:

ryangooddays:

geistbox:

botanicsage:

Finally got my hands on a copy of this great game. A shame that I won’t be able to beat the final boss until my replacement gamepad wall charger comes in, though. >:Y

Holy fucking shit

oh my god

My favorite remix in Tumblr Audio Post form!

ArtistQuad City DJs vs Platinum Star Games feat. Fort Minor
TitleWonderball 101 - Tables Turnover
AlbumEngaging Unlimited Jams Productions

Mighty Mighty Bosstones | A Jackknife to a Swan

On October 2, 1973, an extremely shocking murder took place on Blue Hill Avenue in Dorchester. A 24-year old woman ran out of gas and was returning to her car from a filling station, when six teenagers forced her to douse herself with gasoline, and then set her on fire. She died four hours later. The murder can be described as 50% Hate Crime, and 50% copycat, as a film had aired the previous weekend in which the plot was to capture a person that was setting homeless people on fire in Boston. The murder remains unsolved to this day.

Let me just describe how much I really adore this song. This is a song by third-wave ska band, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, and as such is a peppy and powerful ska song. One about racial tension, and the fear in normal people when hate crimes are a possible reality.

In the song, a man named Walter is headed home after work, while news of Evelyn Wagler’s inhumane death is still heavy in the air. Approached by a group of young men, like Eveyln was, he panics — and throws himself in front of a train, deciding taking his own life is better than suffering at the hands of bigoted sociopaths.

It’s powerful subject matter, and also a pretty good song.

I was given an iTunes gift card by somebody who had no use for it, because I’m the only person anywhere that pays for their music.

I had to obtain this song.

>New Blaze Accelerator cards

current mood

Album Art
ArtistFairfield Four
TitleLonesome Valley (Soundtrack Version (O Brother, Where Art Thou?))
AlbumO Brother, Where Art Thou? (Soundtrack)

I was chilling with Sigma’s family after dinner, and we got to pseudo-karaoke, playing songs on YouTube and singing along.

I got complimented on my voice when we picked songs I actually knew. It felt pretty good.