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my name is jonathan.i like music,video games,horror movies and anything that has to do with zombies.i live in a shit hole called the bronx(nyc)....thats it.

i wanna do animating as a side hobby,so i took a crack at drawing a my little pony character.his name is bobby the jamaican.but he’s swedish.his cutie mark is a question mark because he often questions his existence,and he’ll fuck everyone.

i wanna do animating as a side hobby,so i took a crack at drawing a my little pony character.his name is bobby the jamaican.but he’s swedish.his cutie mark is a question mark because he often questions his existence,and he’ll fuck everyone.

behindthegrooves:

On this day in music history: July 19, 1986 - “Invisible Touch” by Genesis hits #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 1 week. Written by Tony Banks, Phil Collins, and Mike Rutherford, it is the biggest hit for the progressive rock band from Godalming, Surrey, UK. While his third solo album “No Jacket Required” is still riding high in the charts, Phil Collins will re-join his Genesis bandmates keyboardist Tony Banks, and guitarist/bassist Mike Rutherford in the Fall of 1985 to begin work on the follow up to their previous album “Genesis”, released two years earlier. Recording at their studio The Farm in Chiddingfold, Surrey, the idea for what will become “Invisible Touch”, will evolve out of an in studio jam session while the band are working on the track “The Last Domino”. Rutherford will begin playing the songs’ signature riff as Collins improvises the line “she seems to have an invisible touch”. Realizing they’re on to something, they will begin crafting a song around those parts. The trio will agree that it is a hit, and will decide that it not only will be the title track of their next album, but will be its first single. Issued on May 19, 1986, “Invisible Touch” will be an immediate smash. Entering the Hot 100 at #45 on May 31, 1986, it will climb to the top of the chart seven weeks later. The week that “Invisible Touch” tops the US singles charts, Genesis’ former lead singer Peter Gabriel will move up to number two on the Hot 100 with “Sledgehammer”. It will mark the first time in Billboard chart history that a band and one of its former members have held down the top two positions on the Hot 100. Gabriel will succeed Genesis at the top of the chart the following week on July 26, 1986, giving him his highest charting single in the US as well. “Invisible Touch” will be the first of five consecutive top five singles to be released from the album, helping drive its sales to over 6x Platinum status in the US.

five o’clock, get a call to go blading
at the skate park down by the mall
but my mom says i gotta prevent some aliens
from annihilating us all

behindthegrooves:

On this day in music history: July 17, 1982 - “Screaming For Vengeance”, the eighth studio album by Judas Priest is released. Produced by Tom Allom, it is recorded at Ibiza Sound Studios in Ibiza, Spain in Early 1982. After having their commercial breakthrough in the US with the albums “British Steel” and “Point Of Entry”, Judas Priest will return to the studio in early 1982 to record their eighth album. Once again, they will record on the Spanish resort island of Ibiza (for tax purposes)The veteran heavy metal band’s eighth release will be their most successful to date in the US, spinning off two singles including “You’ve Got Another Thing Comin’ (#67 Pop, #4 Mainstream Rock) and “Electric Eye” (#38 Mainstream Rock). The band will also tour extensively in support of the album and other metal bands such as Iron Maiden, Krokus and Uriah Heep opening for them on the US leg. “Screaming For Vengeance” will peak at number seventeen on the Billboard Top 200, and is certified 2x Platinum by the RIAA.

germball:

if anyone ever asks me what orange is the new black is about i will send them these pictures without any context or explanation 

avalaroux:

gothiccharmschool:

joanashino:

F*ck, Im and Adult. A Drama based on a true story.

I go through this EXACT line of thought with every paycheck. 

Yep and never ever get anything fun :(