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La Capitán

En cuanto a tu despedida, mi prima

Las mariposas volaron para ti

No las viste, tu esmero encima

Ni abriste tus ojos para mi

 

Aunque a veces las Parcas nos timan

Y yo lo siento, no dije a ti

Se hincho la llana, cambió la clima

Y ya, una concha vacía te vi

 

A navegar quisiste salirte

Alas desplegadas, bella colibrí

Pero te agarraron, ya te perdí

 

Sin voluntad ninguno, sino de irte

Nos dejo el mundo entero aquí

El mundo que queda de vuelta sin ti

In humans, the turbinates divide the nasal airway into four groove-like air passages, and are responsible for forcing inhaled air to flow in a steady, regular pattern around the largest possible surface of cilia and climate-controlling tissue. A rapidly dilating arteriolar circulation to these bones may lead to a sharp increase in the pressure within in response to acute cooling of the body core - the pain from this pressure is often referred to as “brain freeze”, and is frequently associated with the rapid consumption of ice cream.

andrewmcclain:

I think I understand the general idea behind Biebermania now that I’ve had my heart destroyed by a slightly underage YouTube singing sensation

sarahneff:

Healing takes more than

a day, than a week. Its arch

is longer than life.

Nervous boys heygirl.

Nervous boys heygirl.

(Source: heychristiangirl)

n-a-s-a:

All the Water on Planet Earth
Illustration Credit & Copyright: Jack Cook, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Howard Perlman, USGS
Explanation: How much of planet Earth is made of water? Very little, actually. Although oceans of water cover about 70 percent of Earth’s surface, these oceans are shallow compared to the Earth’s radius. The above illustration shows what would happen is all of the water on or near the surface of the Earth were bunched up into a ball. The radius of this ball would be only about 700 kilometers, less than half the radius of the Earth’s Moon 

n-a-s-a:

All the Water on Planet Earth

Illustration Credit & Copyright: Jack Cook, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Howard Perlman, USGS

Explanation: How much of planet Earth is made of water? Very little, actually. Although oceans of water cover about 70 percent of Earth’s surface, these oceans are shallow compared to the Earth’s radius. The above illustration shows what would happen is all of the water on or near the surface of the Earth were bunched up into a ball. The radius of this ball would be only about 700 kilometers, less than half the radius of the Earth’s Moon 

(via cheeseburgerjaunt)

These people made me laugh out loud in the library. 

I bet they don’t know how to pronounce Bon Iver. *pushes glasses up on nose*

Fleet Foxes – Dancing on My Own (Robyn cover)

andrewmcclain:

jimdoindierockmusic:

Fleet Foxes – Dancing on My Own (Robyn cover)


This would be pretty awesome if Robin Peckinold didn’t think it was necessary to switch all the gender pronouns in the song.

C’mon, dude - Jack White doesn’t have to do it, nobody has to do it. Sing the song the way it was written instead of switching up all the words to remind us that you’re a man. You’ve got a fucking beard

However, I do enjoy picturing Rob Peckinold going out to a dance club by himself and doing a weird Thom Yorke dance with a single tear rolling down his cheek, and people staring at him like “Dude, who is that? How did he get in here? What’s wrong with him?” 

“Oh, shit, that’s Rob. Oh, leave him alone - he’s working through some stuff.” 

For me and for Lindsay.

(Source: jungleindierock)

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Josh Ritter wrote me a post-nightmare song.

Ira Glass Interviews His Cousin, Composer Philip Glass
This makes it somewhat cooler that I saw two Philip Glass performances this weekend.
(one string quartet, which I loved, and one modern dance, which made me want to pull my brain from my ears)

Ira Glass Interviews His Cousin, Composer Philip Glass

This makes it somewhat cooler that I saw two Philip Glass performances this weekend.

(one string quartet, which I loved, and one modern dance, which made me want to pull my brain from my ears)

(via nprfreshair)

This was the best song, though in my opinion not the best dance, at So TU, Think You Can Dance? aka the Brevity is the Soul of Wit Performance.

I… I… I love.

Ben Howard.

I want so badly to be in that crowd, and not even mostly or at least totally because of the dashing British boys.

La Capitán

En cuanto a tu despedida, mi prima

Las mariposas volaron para ti

No las viste, tu esmero encima

Ni abriste tus ojos para mi

 

Aunque a veces las Parcas nos timan

Y yo lo siento, no dije a ti

Se hincho la llana, cambió la clima

Y ya, una concha vacía te vi

 

A navegar quisiste salirte

Alas desplegadas, bella colibrí

Pero te agarraron, ya te perdí

 

Sin voluntad ninguno, sino de irte

Nos dejo el mundo entero aquí

El mundo que queda de vuelta sin ti

In humans, the turbinates divide the nasal airway into four groove-like air passages, and are responsible for forcing inhaled air to flow in a steady, regular pattern around the largest possible surface of cilia and climate-controlling tissue. A rapidly dilating arteriolar circulation to these bones may lead to a sharp increase in the pressure within in response to acute cooling of the body core - the pain from this pressure is often referred to as “brain freeze”, and is frequently associated with the rapid consumption of ice cream.

andrewmcclain:

I think I understand the general idea behind Biebermania now that I’ve had my heart destroyed by a slightly underage YouTube singing sensation

sarahneff:

Healing takes more than

a day, than a week. Its arch

is longer than life.

Nervous boys heygirl.

Nervous boys heygirl.

(Source: heychristiangirl)

n-a-s-a:

All the Water on Planet Earth
Illustration Credit & Copyright: Jack Cook, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Howard Perlman, USGS
Explanation: How much of planet Earth is made of water? Very little, actually. Although oceans of water cover about 70 percent of Earth’s surface, these oceans are shallow compared to the Earth’s radius. The above illustration shows what would happen is all of the water on or near the surface of the Earth were bunched up into a ball. The radius of this ball would be only about 700 kilometers, less than half the radius of the Earth’s Moon 

n-a-s-a:

All the Water on Planet Earth

Illustration Credit & Copyright: Jack Cook, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Howard Perlman, USGS

Explanation: How much of planet Earth is made of water? Very little, actually. Although oceans of water cover about 70 percent of Earth’s surface, these oceans are shallow compared to the Earth’s radius. The above illustration shows what would happen is all of the water on or near the surface of the Earth were bunched up into a ball. The radius of this ball would be only about 700 kilometers, less than half the radius of the Earth’s Moon 

(via cheeseburgerjaunt)

These people made me laugh out loud in the library. 

I bet they don’t know how to pronounce Bon Iver. *pushes glasses up on nose*

Josh Ritter wrote me a post-nightmare song.

Ira Glass Interviews His Cousin, Composer Philip Glass
This makes it somewhat cooler that I saw two Philip Glass performances this weekend.
(one string quartet, which I loved, and one modern dance, which made me want to pull my brain from my ears)

Ira Glass Interviews His Cousin, Composer Philip Glass

This makes it somewhat cooler that I saw two Philip Glass performances this weekend.

(one string quartet, which I loved, and one modern dance, which made me want to pull my brain from my ears)

(via nprfreshair)

This was the best song, though in my opinion not the best dance, at So TU, Think You Can Dance? aka the Brevity is the Soul of Wit Performance.

I… I… I love.

Ben Howard.

I want so badly to be in that crowd, and not even mostly or at least totally because of the dashing British boys.

La Capitán
"In humans, the turbinates divide the nasal airway into four groove-like air passages, and are responsible for forcing inhaled air to flow in a steady, regular pattern around the largest possible surface of cilia and climate-controlling tissue. A rapidly dilating arteriolar circulation to these bones may lead to a sharp increase in the pressure within in response to acute cooling of the body core - the pain from this pressure is often referred to as “brain freeze”, and is frequently associated with the rapid consumption of ice cream."
Fleet Foxes – Dancing on My Own (Robyn cover)

andrewmcclain:

jimdoindierockmusic:

Fleet Foxes – Dancing on My Own (Robyn cover)


This would be pretty awesome if Robin Peckinold didn’t think it was necessary to switch all the gender pronouns in the song.

C’mon, dude - Jack White doesn’t have to do it, nobody has to do it. Sing the song the way it was written instead of switching up all the words to remind us that you’re a man. You’ve got a fucking beard

However, I do enjoy picturing Rob Peckinold going out to a dance club by himself and doing a weird Thom Yorke dance with a single tear rolling down his cheek, and people staring at him like “Dude, who is that? How did he get in here? What’s wrong with him?” 

“Oh, shit, that’s Rob. Oh, leave him alone - he’s working through some stuff.” 

For me and for Lindsay.

(Source: jungleindierock)

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