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2 girls no cup :(

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"My favorite song in Skyrim is Ragnar the Red.  I even learned how to play it on my guitar."

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Eeyore is just one of those characters that you wanna scoop up and hug forever.

One awesome thing about Eeyore is that even though he is basically clinically depressed, he still gets invited to participate in adventures and shenanigans with all of his friends. And they never expect him to pretend to feel happy, they just love him anyway, and they never leave him behind or ask him to change.



And he does feel happy, though. He can be happy. He just doesn’t show it as much as the others do.
There was a whole episode about that - Piglet sees him sitting on a hilltop and thinks he’s sadder than usual, and does all he can to cheer him up. Nothing works and the next day he’s back on the hill, and Piglet apologizes because he thinks in trying to help, he just made him sad again and ”I don’t come here when I’m sad. I come up here because I’m happy.”

There’s just something about that…

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DRIVE HOME [Song meaning]

In Steven Wilson’s own words:

The song is based on a story but one that wasn’t mine; it was suggested to me by the guy [Hajo Mueller] who was illustrating, doing the artwork and the book. The idea is about a couple driving along in a car at night, very much in love; the guy is driving, and his partner or his wife or girlfriend or whoever she is, is in the passenger seat, and the next minute she’s gone.

The guy is going crazy: What happened? Where did she go? He does all the obvious things: looks under the seats, stops and checks the road, all of that. The song is basically about missing time; it’s the idea of blocking out time because of something so traumatic that you literally remove it from your mind.

The story ultimately winds up with the ghost of the partner coming back, years later, and saying, I’m going to remind you now what happened that night. There was a terrible car accident, and she died, etcetera, etcetera and again, the idea of trauma leading to a missing part of this guy’s life. He can’t deal with the reality of what happened, so he blocks it out like taking a piece of tape and editing a big chunk out of it. It’s a sad, very beautiful song about loss.

It has an extraordinary guitar solo. Guthrie’s playing is just sublime. That, for me, is the memory of this song. I had done a solo on the demo, knowing that I wanted an anthemic, epic solo at the end. In the studio, we did four or five takes, and each time Guthrie would reinvent the idea of what the solo could be like.

The particular solo we chose was either the first or the second one. It was so inspiring and had such a beautiful sense of logic and storytelling to it. It’s one take, unedited, and it’s just unbelievably brilliant. And it’s improvised as he didn’t plan anything. It was such a moving experience to hear him play it. I was almost in tears.

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Pavilion of Mist by Teppo Kröger

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A Vancouver charity, RainCity Housing, is converting city benches into pop-up shelters for homeless people. 

Compassion. We hope you show it to others, and also to yourself. 

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10 Breathtaking Satellite Photos That Will Change How You See Our World - dailyoverview

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Daily Overview is a new project that shares one satellite photo from Digital Globes a day in an attempt to change the way we see our planet Earth.
The project was inspired by the Overview Effect experience, which is a cognitive shift of perspective and worldview experienced by the astronauts when they get to see the planet Earth from space for the first time.

1.Recession of the Dead Sea Neve Zohar, Israel
2.Barcelona, Spain
3.Palm Island / Hibiscus Island, Miami Beach, Florida, USA
4..Residential Development, Killeen, Texas, USA
5.Plasticulture / Greenhouses, Almeria, Spain
6.New Bullards Bar Reservoir, Yuba County, California
7.Bourtange, Vlagtwedde, Netherlands
8.Desert Shores Community, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA9.309th 9.Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group Tucson,        Arizona, USA
10..Durrat Al Bahrain, Bahrain

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