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The Toasters - 2-Tone Army
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tenaflyviper:

The intro to this song will likely sound very familiar to anyone who watched Nickelodeon from 1996-2000.

While they’re listed in the show’s end credits as “The Moon Ska Stompers”, the music of The Toasters is featured in snippets throughout Kablam!'s four-year run (including clips from their 1997 album, “Don't Let the Bastards Grind You Down”).

nevver:

Sad teenagers
humansofnewyork:

"I told the truth on my job application about my past drug use, and they sent me a letter saying I didn’t meet their standards of integrity."

Honesty is dead. 

Conformity is the new integrity.

humansofnewyork:

"I told the truth on my job application about my past drug use, and they sent me a letter saying I didn’t meet their standards of integrity."

Honesty is dead. Conformity is the new integrity.
scifi-fantasy-horror:

by DANIEL TYKA
vgjunk:

Commercial for the AV Famicom.

vgjunk:

Commercial for the AV Famicom.

foxadhd:

Putin’s Approval Rating Is at All-Time High in Russia

Let’s all bear in mind that approval based on “Say you like me or I’ll kill everyone” only goes so far given what we’ve seen from history.What a disgusting piece of trash this guy is.

foxadhd:

Putin’s Approval Rating Is at All-Time High in Russia

Let’s all bear in mind that approval based on “Say you like me or I’ll kill everyone” only goes so far given what we’ve seen from history.

What a disgusting piece of trash this guy is.

thepowerofgrunge:

L7, Hole, The Breeders & PJ Harvey about the “Riot Grrl” movement.

vgjunk:

Cool World for the Amiga, and I think this is supposed to be a sexy dance. Some of the faces used in this animation (pictured below) seem to contradict that theory, though.

vgjunk:

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, PS1.

vgjunk:

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, PS1.

arcaneimages:

Gojira 1954 Storyboards

When all mankind attains happiness, time will be no more, because there’s no need.
Demons, Fyodor Dostoevsky (via psych-facts)

nevver:

Twin Peaks Map, Robert Farkas