metalonmetalblog:

 Koutarou Ookoshi

metalonmetalblog:

 Koutarou Ookoshi

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Hello.

Hello.


Brian's sister may run for 'Lenihan family seat' - Independent.ie

thewoodquarter:

'Lenihan family seat'

'Lenihan family seat'

'Lenihan family seat'

'Lenihan family seat'

'Lenihan family seat'

'Lenihan family seat'

'Lenihan family seat'


secretcinema1:

Chelsea Art Ball, London, 1958-1959, Sergio Larrain

secretcinema1:

Chelsea Art Ball, London, 1958-1959, Sergio Larrain


irelandseyeonmyth:

The Anglo Israelites Excavating the Mound of the Hostages at Tara Hill in 1902. They were looking for the Ark of the Covenant. They even thought the Lia Fail standing stone was the pillow of the of Jacob the man God renamed Israel in the Old Testament.

The Anglo Israelites are a bizarre group that are still around today.Theyre a faction of the church of Ireland and Church of England that thinks Europeans are descendants of the 10 lost tribes of Israel. The ones in the UK say the Royal Family there is descended from Abraham… Its a weird belief not harmful in itself but their impact on archaeology in the UK and Ireland is shocking.

Absolute amatuers they damaged sites brutally. Tara is the most famous one in Ireland today because of a movement to protect the site in the last 10 years. I’ve seen other places around the country though badly damaged by them. Particularly Sheebeg one of a twinned pair of passage tombs in County Leitrim. They blasted a hole in the top to get at “the treasure” inside.

This is one of their websites that links Ireland to Israel through Irish Mythology. Bizarre stuff.
http://asis.com/users/stag/jerrytea.html


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transistoradio:

Harlan Ellison, Deathbird Stories (NY: Dell, 1980), with cover art by Leo and Diane Dillon. Via Ragged Claws Network.

transistoradio:

Harlan Ellison, Deathbird Stories (NY: Dell, 1980), with cover art by Leo and Diane Dillon. Via Ragged Claws Network.


ilivebetweenconcretewalls:

Daejeon bus station Lotteria.

seriously look at this thing!

ilivebetweenconcretewalls:

Daejeon bus station Lotteria.

seriously look at this thing!



Louay Kayyali, Woman Selling Figs (1974)

Louay Kayyali, Woman Selling Figs (1974)

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cinoh:

b-osullivan:
11” x 14”
Oil on Panel
2012
http://bernadetteosullivan.com/

cinoh:

b-osullivan:

11” x 14”

Oil on Panel

2012

http://bernadetteosullivan.com/


drakontomalloi:

Honoré Daumier - The Drinkers. 1861

drakontomalloi:

Honoré Daumier - The Drinkers. 1861


irelandseyeonmyth:

ilivebetweenconcretewalls:

I used to cross Ireland and Wales by bus every month. I took the bus from Galway to Mayo every week. I commute at least two hours a day in rural Korea. I don’t really believe the bullshit I see about how travel is liberating, but sharing the cyclic rythmic journeys we take for love and money can bind us to the rest of humanity.

Commuter utopianism…

????

The sound of a plane on a long haul flight chills me and airports lounges are pure chilled its like everyones prepared for the 10 hours of meditation.  Buses kill me though. How do you do it?

I used to feel sick all the time on buses, but I just got used to it. Might have something to do with how much better the condition of the roads is out here in Korea, compared with Ireland or Wales. You don’t bounce along the bumps and lurch into potholes in the same way…


I used to cross Ireland and Wales by bus every month. I took the bus from Galway to Mayo every week. I commute at least two hours a day in rural Korea. I don’t really believe the bullshit I see about how travel is liberating, but sharing the cyclic rythmic journeys we take for love and money can bind us to the rest of humanity.

Commuter utopianism…

????

Everything I’ve learned about people I learned on buses, planes, trains and boats.

Good and bad.
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