the Mountain Goats - Counting Songs For Bitter Children
one, two, two and a half
Stick around here, don’t make me laugh
Two and a half, three, four point five
A new day’s dawning and my hours arrive
I don’t even know what to say about this song. It took me more than an hour to track down because, as far as I’m aware, this is the only recording in existence and it was uploaded by JD to sendspace four years ago and posted on the mountain-goats.com forum, where sharing is, uh, a complicated business. I think it’s a shame to let a gem like this disappear, though, so here it is.
various wallpapers in an empty house I’m working at
what do birds do
I apologise for my ignorance, birds are important
A quick and dirty chart to tarot cards and their common meanings. Be open to different interpretations of these words. Researching deeper into the meaning of each card is recommended if things are still unclear, or these definitions aren’t jiving with you.
A great quick reference for people just starting to lose the book and go in with only the cards. With years of reading, I still haven’t memorized them. But like faelight said, researching deeper is recommended. (The book and the chart may say one thing, but if your gut says another, it’s probably right).
i love the expansion on these ideas in the book that came with my Collective Tarot.
That’s because The Collective Tarot is the best! I love how they weave modern concepts and social justice with a little bit of a collective punk house into the card meanings. I’m totally bummed it is out of print.
a sexy international super spy who never cries
Poster by Paul Berthon designed for the Salon des Arts Libéraux, ca. 1900.
Description: A striking design of two women by a lithographic printing press. Like all Berthon’s posters, it was designed as a decorative lithograph in which the text played no real part, but was confined to reserves outside the subject.