i went to this bookstore that edie fake works at (at the register, i bought one of his books and he was all “oh i forgot i wrote this one” and i was all “whaaaaaat you’re edie fake”) to see michael deforge give a wonderfully rambling presentation and while waiting on line to get an autograph a dog almost pooped on edie fake and that was how my day was.

Scott Conant vs The World

Scott Conant meets the Perfect Pasta and take on the 7 Evil Chopped Judges in order to win its heart.

johndarnielle:

thenearsightedmonkey:

danchaon:

Vinegar Husbands!!

(via Imgur)

Dear Making Comics Class,

Are these comics?

Why yes?

Why no?

Love,

Professor Sluggo

P.S. This comes to us via Professor Count Chocula

MANAGEABLE RAINBOW LOG

vinegar husbands only a dollar//////////???????

wolfhard:

… also from my nigh forgotten hard drive depths, Tree Trunks’ absolutely non-canon grand daughter. 

SLAMMA LAMMA DING DONG

wolfhard:

… also from my nigh forgotten hard drive depths, Tree Trunks’ absolutely non-canon grand daughter. 

SLAMMA LAMMA DING DONG

jerkcity:

#5362: you shut up

:) ??????????????????????

jerkcity:

#5362: you shut up

:) ??????????????????????

midnitesurprise:

imtakingthedogdumbass:

Definitely the best signature I’ve ever recieved #kcgreen #spx (at Small Press Expo (SPX))

possibly the best bomer ive done in a long long time 

i could be so lucky

midnitesurprise:

imtakingthedogdumbass:

Definitely the best signature I’ve ever recieved #kcgreen #spx (at Small Press Expo (SPX))

possibly the best bomer ive done in a long long time 

i could be so lucky

oh man….. ejects a usb stick….. who comes up with these…..>XD

fargalex:

Strawberry

fargalex:

Strawberry

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imaginarydances:

Trois Chorals (1890), César Franck.

III. Choral in A Minor

Charles Tournemire, organ.

Recorded at the Ste. Clotilde organ, 1930-31.

This recording by Tournemire of Franck’s last grand opus is extraordinary, based on the fact that Tournemire was one of Franck’s last students, present with Louis Vierne and Guillaume Lekeu as the ailing Franck performed the newly written Trois Chorals for his organ class at the Paris Conservatoire. The work is essentially a grand and dramatic homage to Bach’s organ fantasias and acts as Franck’s last will and testament: he finished editing the Chorals on October 20 1890 and died 18 days later.

just gonna reblog this so that i remember to listen to it later because organ music is for queers in a good way