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kieraplease:

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witchcraftings:

The veil between the worlds thins with every passing day. Those who stand on the other side are ready to give their wisdom through the cards. Do you dare ask your fortune, before the portal is closed?

13 FREE TAROT READINGS ARE BEING GIVEN AWAY ON WITCHCRAFTINGS!

Reblog this post, and you’ll be entered for a chance to win one of 13 free readings to be given Friday, October 31st.

Rules:

  • Must be following witchcraftings (I will check)
  • Reblog as many times as you like
  • Likes DO NOT count
  • No giveaway blogs (I will check)
  • Giveaway begins at 12:00 am on Friday, October 3rd, 2014. The giveaway ends at 11:59 pm on Friday, October 24th, 2014.
  • Winners will be chosen randomly

First 3 winners will receive past/present/future readings. The next 10 winners will receive single-card readings. I will use The Dragon Tarot for all readings.

NOTE: Keep your ask box open. I will contact you via your ask box (under my personal URL, eruphadriel). You will have until 9:00 am (EST) on Monday, October 27th to respond. If you do not, another person will be chosen in your stead. This person will have 24 hours to respond.

Good luck, and Happy Samhain!

nprfreshair:

Rock critic Ken Tucker reviews the debut album by punk rock trio Ex Hex. The album is called Rips and it’s at once a throwback to bands like the Ramones and something new: 

"Even if the band doesn’t sell many copies of Rips, I’ll bet there are TV and movie music producers all over LA and New York who’ll want to use its artful irony in their productions. This sort of guitar-based rock music isn’t part of the hit-making machinery just now—you’re not, thank heaven, going to hear contestants on TV shows like The Voice doing Ex Hex covers. But that only means it’s exactly the right time for a reminder of how durable and endlessly elastic this kind of music can be.”

Ex Hex’s ‘Rips’ Does What It Says On The Cover
Photo: Mary Timony 

nprfreshair:

Rock critic Ken Tucker reviews the debut album by punk rock trio Ex Hex. The album is called Rips and it’s at once a throwback to bands like the Ramones and something new: 

"Even if the band doesn’t sell many copies of Rips, I’ll bet there are TV and movie music producers all over LA and New York who’ll want to use its artful irony in their productions. This sort of guitar-based rock music isn’t part of the hit-making machinery just now—you’re not, thank heaven, going to hear contestants on TV shows like The Voice doing Ex Hex covers. But that only means it’s exactly the right time for a reminder of how durable and endlessly elastic this kind of music can be.”

Ex Hex’s ‘Rips’ Does What It Says On The Cover

Photo: Mary Timony 

Wow I’m full of feelings and vietnamese food

iridessence:

bloozghost:

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iridessence:

bloozghost:

ground bat

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sirsmalldog:

my policy for “they’re just doing it for attention” has always been and always will be “then someone needs to pay attention to them”

berlin1991:

my aesthetic: the kids in your high school french textbook from the early 90s

  • iphone user:

    *minding his own business*

  • android user:

    AHH look what we got here, another Apple Fanboy!

  • iphone user:

    im not really a fanboy

  • android user:

    let me guess, you just came back from snapchatting steve jobs's grave

  • iphone user:

    hey man thats in poor taste

  • android user:

    good luck getting your $300 jizz box to do what my Samsung G4TMX can *pulls out very large phone*

  • iphone user:

    it's quite large

  • Android user:

    you should see the stylus. it's a legit pencil! *tries to grab stylus, drops massive phone, it falls and lands on a chipmunk, breaking its neck*

  • iphone user:

    oh my god!

  • android user:

    oh my god is right! *picks up samsung* not a scratch on it. now thats some good engineering