Old Man Sterling!

Spandex. It's a way of life.

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I was going to workout and then I got bought whisky and now I’m reading and drinking whisky and it’s a much nicer time than doing deadlifts.

I was going to workout and then I got bought whisky and now I’m reading and drinking whisky and it’s a much nicer time than doing deadlifts.

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During the Eighties my methods had become unsound. I’d be sitting in some roadside motel, getting ready to play for 300 people in a fucking suburb of Albany that didn’t give a fuck, and I’d be sitting there chugging double bourbons and thinking, ‘Am I drunk enough? Am I up for the gig yet? Where am I gonna get the blow?’ The whole thing lost foundation. But I always wanted to go out. I was always going for it.

But the fact was that I was competing with people like A Flock of Fucking Seagulls…I remember sitting in a room doing an interview where the guy was saying, ‘How do you feel about your future now that New Romanticism has arrived?’ You know, ‘In the face of the genius of the New Romantics’….

I see ‘em come and I see ‘em go, y’know?

Iggy Pop, Kerrang!, 2001. (via bowiesongs)

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Take The Plunge With These Deep, Dark Photos Of The Abyss

Thalassophobia, from the Greek, means “fear of the ocean”. But in reality, the phobia is closer to a fear of the abyss. You know the chill you get when you hear the sound of metal creaking underwater, or when you drop a rock into a deep lake and watch a it sink into nothingness? That’s Thalassophobia.

Source: /r/thalassophobia