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nj Tare
Attended University of Southern Colorado (SCSC)
Lives in Bellingham, WA
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Cthulhu masks
Handmade, leather Cthulhu mask. I recently stumbled on these fantastic looking leather “Cthulhu” masks while hard at “work” and man, they really are something to behold. Although the various masks in this post are not specifically heralded as being the latest in far out “fetish” attire, I’d hedge a bet that a fair number of them have been purchased for just that very purpose. Created by Wasteland Artisan in Montreal, Canada, the description fo...
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new Jethro Tull "Aqualung" Anniversary BoxSet: 2CDs/2DVDs!
Burton Silverman’s iconic cover portrait of ‘Aqualung,’ the wheezing, shabby homeless man ‘eyeing little girls with bad intent’ who happens to look a lot like Ian Anderson In 2016, Jethro Tull is one of those utterly amazing bands that is—sadly—very difficult to explain to those for whom they seem to hold no obvious appeal. Although once one of the very biggest concert draws in the world of music—and don’t get me wrong, they’re still a popular g...
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In 1965, Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir and Ron “Pigpen” McKernan and Phil Lesh were in a Bay Area outfit called the Warlocks. (Quite astonishingly, the band that would become the Velvet Underground was also operating as the Warlocks at that exact same juncture.) The first show where the band performed as the Grateful Dead occurred on December 4, 1965, in San Jose, at one of Ken Kesey’s Acid Tests. The story of Jerry seeing the words “Grateful Dead” ...
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Batgirl / Prince’s “Purple Rain” I typically roll my eyes over most “mashup” illustrations, but these are so high-quality and fun that they’re worth a gander. The work is by American comic book artist Cliff Chiang. Formerly an assistant editor at DC Comics, Chiang is an illustrator, known for his work on Human Target, Beware the Creeper, Crisis Aftermath: The Spectre, Green Arrow/Black Canary, and Wonder Woman. These comic character/album ...
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In 2010 and 2011 the English artist Neal Fox executed an utterly gorgeous series of stained-glass windows in imitation of the iconography of saints found in cathedrals all over Europe. The series included Johnny Cash, J.G. Ballard, Hunter S. Thompson, Albert Hofmann, Screamin’ Jay Hawkins, Serge Gainsbourg, Aleister Crowley, William S. Burroughs, Billie Holiday, and Francis Bacon. Now, it’s perfectly possible that you will see these images and ...
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Scientists have created flexible touch screens, which are printed on thin plastic foils with recently developed nanoparticle inks, using transparent, conductive oxides (TCOs).
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Finally, the girls and I can agree on a version of this song we can all enjoy.

Freaking love him and his covers. <3
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Rock & Rule 1983
The 1983 animated rock and roll movie Rock and Rule was a failure at the box office but found its audience on cable TV a couple years later. Produced by the Canadian animation studio Nelvana, the movie is a sci-fi rock and roll allegory between good and evil, pitting a rock band of cute mutants called the Drats against an ageing, Mephistophelian rock star/sorcerer named Mok who is intent on securing a special voice capable of unleashing a powerfu...
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I write poetry, lyrics, and short fiction.

I photograph landscapes, plants, somtimes people & other animals.

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