degross:

THE VIRUS photo by Adam DeGross

degross:

THE VIRUS photo by Adam DeGross

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Well

…still do not have any cookies or pizza to offer… but I put some music on the page. 
That is good enough. :P

fyeah-history:

Three rockers on the Chelsea BridgeThe mods and rockers were two conflicting British youth subcultures of the early to mid-1960s. Media coverage of mods and rockers fighting in 1964 sparked a moral panic about British youths, and the two groups became labelled as folk devils.
The rocker subculture was centred around motorcycling, and their appearance reflected that. Rockers generally wore protective clothing such as black leather jackets and motorcycle boots (although they sometimes wore brothel creeper shoes). The common rocker hairstyle was a pompadour, which was associated with 1950s rock and roll — the rockers’ music genre of choice. The mod subculture was centred around fashion and music, and many mods rode scooters. Mods wore suits and other cleancut outfits, and preferred 1960s music genres such as soul, rhythm and blues, ska and beat music.

fyeah-history:

Three rockers on the Chelsea Bridge
The mods and rockers were two conflicting British youth subcultures of the early to mid-1960s. Media coverage of mods and rockers fighting in 1964 sparked a moral panic about British youths, and the two groups became labelled as folk devils.

The rocker subculture was centred around motorcycling, and their appearance reflected that. Rockers generally wore protective clothing such as black leather jackets and motorcycle boots (although they sometimes wore brothel creeper shoes). The common rocker hairstyle was a pompadour, which was associated with 1950s rock and roll — the rockers’ music genre of choice. The mod subculture was centred around fashion and music, and many mods rode scooters. Mods wore suits and other cleancut outfits, and preferred 1960s music genres such as soul, rhythm and blues, ska and beat music.

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ratsinthehall:

Tumblr on We Heart It.

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dandycapp:

Propaganda Magazine, Issue #1 Winter 1982

dandycapp:

Propaganda Magazine, Issue #1 Winter 1982

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raccoonpunx:

Thought id take some pictures.

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mitzikatzen:

Me and my rat when he was a baby 

mitzikatzen:

Me and my rat when he was a baby 

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