Vice News - Suicide Forest in Japan

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Suzzan Blac ~ “Do You Bleed Like I Bleed?”

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People should not be afraid of their governments. Governments should be afraid of their people.”

V for Vendetta (2005) dir. James McTeigue

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Death’s Trophy Wall by Sam Kieth

I love Sam.


Bauhaus / She’s in Parties

the graveyard scene, the golden years

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In 1968, during the administration of US President Lyndon B. Johnson, Eartha Kitt encountered a substantial professional setback after she made anti-war statements during a White House luncheon. Kitt was invited to the White House luncheon and was asked by Lady Bird Johnson about the Vietnam War. She replied: “You send the best of this country off to be shot and maimed. No wonder the kids rebel and take pot.”

During a question and answer session, Kitt stated:

The children of America are not rebelling for no reason. They are not hippies for no reason at all. We don’t have what we have on Sunset Blvd. for no reason. They are rebelling against something. There are so many things burning the people of this country, particularly mothers. They feel they are going to raise sons — and I know what it’s like, and you have children of your own, Mrs. Johnson — we raise children and send them to war.

Her remarks reportedly caused Mrs. Johnson to burst into tears and led to a derailment in Kitt’s career

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Amos Nattini - Satan Resides at the Center of the Frozen Lake of Cocytus (love the detail of the frozen corpses at the bottom)

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Death and the Maiden

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Jeff Jones.

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arrels 7 - jordi sabat

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"Dear Diary, my teen-angst bullshit now has a body count."

Heathers (1988)

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Surreal Gallery

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Now I’m ready to feel your hand and lose my heart on the burning sand 🐕

Ida Rentoul Outhwaite ~ The Waterfall Fairy ~ The Enchanted Forest ~ 1921

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