My hair matches my eyebrows and I’m back to being considered an employable member of society. 

My hair matches my eyebrows and I’m back to being considered an employable member of society. 

Animal
Miike Snow

radtracks:

animal // miike snow

i change shapes just to hide in this place
but i’m still, i’m still an animal
nobody knows it but me when i slip
yeah, i slip, i’m still an animal

k-a-t-i-e-:

Sam Cooke recording at RCA Studios, 1959

5 months since this bundle of energy was brought home and I don’t think I’ve ever laughed as much as I have during this time.

Post bath

nothingsoundsbetter:

"Hold Tight" - Sinkane

Presented without comment.

-Eric Kossina

thinksquad:

Australian journalists could face prosecution and jail for reporting Snowden-style revelations about certain spy operations, in an “outrageous” expansion of the government’s national security powers, leading criminal lawyers have warned.

A bill presented to parliament on Wednesday by the attorney general, George Brandis, would expand the powers of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (Asio), including creation of a new offence punishable by five years in jail for “any person” who disclosed information relating to “special intelligence operations”

The bill also creates new offences that only apply to current and former intelligence operatives and contractors in a move which appeared to directly address the risk of documentary disclosures being made following revelations by the US National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden – who Brandis has previously labelled as a “traitor”.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/jul/16/journalists-face-jail-leaks-security-laws

thinksquad:

Australian journalists could face prosecution and jail for reporting Snowden-style revelations about certain spy operations, in an “outrageous” expansion of the government’s national security powers, leading criminal lawyers have warned.

A bill presented to parliament on Wednesday by the attorney general, George Brandis, would expand the powers of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (Asio), including creation of a new offence punishable by five years in jail for “any person” who disclosed information relating to “special intelligence operations”

The bill also creates new offences that only apply to current and former intelligence operatives and contractors in a move which appeared to directly address the risk of documentary disclosures being made following revelations by the US National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden – who Brandis has previously labelled as a “traitor”.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/jul/16/journalists-face-jail-leaks-security-laws