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cover-me-bruce:

brucespringsteenfuckyeah:

questionlife:

Interviewer: as long as we’re talking about tour stories, you’ve got to tell me one about the sign on the Sunset Strip. In Los Angeles they have gigantic billboards advertising records. The re are 20, 30 of them right on Sunset Boulevard, on the strip. What was that like?

Bruce Springsteen: It was just real ugly looking

Interviewer: tell them what the sign was

Bruce: it was just a sign, it was like an advertisement. They put up, like, those big advertisements, they paint your face real big and out of shape. Your nose is big enough, they made it 10 feet long and like it was just funny. It was the ugliest thing I’ve ever seen. 

interviewer: it was just a big picture of you?

Bruce: oh no, it was words and stuff too. So I said, OK guys, we’re going to hit the sign. We’re going to get some paint and we’re going to hit the sign. I don’t know if we were a little drunk or what was going on, but we came back home and I said tonight’s the night. It was two or three in the morning and I said whoever wants to go and hit the sign, come on, we’re going to go now. So we all - Clarence says he wants to go. It was me and him, Garry and some of the guys from the crew and the road manager, we all went down there. We had bought all these cans of spray paint. And we went down there, and the building was wide open and it was vacant. It was real strange. And the elevator was working and everything. 

Interviewer: you had to get way up to the top where the sign was, right?

Bruce: yeah, well, the sign was like six stories up and then up on a frame. Some of the guys went up the fire escape, they didn’t know the elevator was working. And we went up and walked up, we figured it was going to be a locked door or something. The elevator opened up, we went up a flight of stairs and there we were out one the roof, and there it was. It was just big and bright. So we all went up there, we climbed up there. There was a ladder that climbed up to the sign. We just got out the paint and started to work on the thing. And then we wrote “Prove It All Night”, and I wanted to get, I wanted to write E Street, the band’s name up there, so Clarence says, well, get up on my shoulders. So I got on his shoulders and we’re like six stories up, five stories up, and I’m saying, Clarence, you tired yet? He says no, I got you, Boss, I got you. Clarence - I’d do a letter - are you tired yet? He’d say no, no, I got you, I got you… I looked back and it was nothing but the pavement. But it was fun to do. 

- Dave Herman, syndicated radio interview on King Biscuit Flower Hour, July 9, 1978. 

Love it !

"Clarence, you tired yet? He says no, I got you, Boss, I got you." 

This is the best. How much do you want to be there?

(via sparksflyonestreet)

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nowimagineababydragon:

Because it’s a pretty song :3

Can’t Help Falling In Love With You cover

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Scrolling down your dash until you hit porn is like digging down in Minecraft until you hit lava.

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Anonymous asked: Shipping Polyvia

librarianoftheclayr:

quidcrushuk:

WHEYYYYYYYYYYY

OH MY GOD GUYS I HATE YOU ALL

I SECOND THAT EMOTION.

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darksideofthequaffle asked: Single quidditch blog looking to mingle. Written some stuff, it's pretty sexy if I do say so myself ;) Also, adding myself to the chorus of adoration for Jack's hair while I'm here. :D

I don’t know who you are, but I really really like you. :D

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never-closed asked: you're so cute ohmygosh

Ahhhh thank you!! :D <3

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Dyed my hair pink/purple (although it looks red here) for donations to my marathon attempt! You can help out right here!

Dyed my hair pink/purple (although it looks red here) for donations to my marathon attempt! You can help out right here!

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Anonymous asked: Jack Lennard. I've got the tent. You've got the face. Let's.

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nowimagineababydragon:

AMERICAN FRIENDS!!!

My friend Jack and I are planning an Epic Summer Roadtrip this summer, and we’re looking for places to crash. We’ll pay you with cuddles and cooking skills - full English Breakfast anybody? 

If you’re willing to put us up for a night, please message me and I’ll let you know if we’re planning on being in your area and we can try and sort something out :D

Much much much thanks in advance!

Please help us! For Quidditch and LeakyCon!

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oh my god

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TUMBLR HAS A LITTLE HEART FOR VALENTINES DAY
TUMBLR STILL LOVES ME, EVEN THOUGH NONE OF YOU HUMAN MOTHERFUCKERS DO

TUMBLR HAS A LITTLE HEART FOR VALENTINES DAY

TUMBLR STILL LOVES ME, EVEN THOUGH NONE OF YOU HUMAN MOTHERFUCKERS DO

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rock-on-kid asked: Super sorry to bother you, but can I ask how exactly one actually goes about playing quiddich?

Absolutely, no bother at all! Well, I suppose it’s sort of like rugby (the chaser bits), dodgeball (the beaters), and then hide and seek / tag rugby (the seeker). All going on at once. Full contact. On brooms. It’s a wee bit complicated, but I highly recommend you check out http://iqaquidditch.com for proper rules. It’s honestly the best sport ever!!!!

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humansofnewyork:

‎”Now for the million dollar question.”"What’s that?""Did you break the foot while riding the unicycle?""No, I didn’t.""OH MAN, I thought I was going to have a great caption.""Well, there is good news.""What’s that?""I broke it playing Quidditch."

humansofnewyork:

‎”Now for the million dollar question.”
"What’s that?"
"Did you break the foot while riding the unicycle?"
"No, I didn’t."
"OH MAN, I thought I was going to have a great caption."
"Well, there is good news."
"What’s that?"
"I broke it playing Quidditch."

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Muddy Christmas results!

themuddybroomstick:

Firstly sorry for being a bit behind with these!  Thank you to everyone who entered, including those who only managed a few of the tests.

Best Female athlete

Ellen Murray from the Oxford Quidlings

Best Male athlete

Tom Heynes from the Bangor Broken Broomsticks

Most improved athlete

Dale Maths from the Chester Chasers.  Extra respect for doing the broom run at a busy track!

I’ll try and get you your prize ‘muddy broomsticks’ as soon as I can :)

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Archaeologists really don’t have a clue when identifying buildings, but we’re really good at pretending we do

lolmythesis:

Archaeology, Leiden University

The 1st-Century Synagogue in Palestine: Definition, reconstruction and the problems concerning identification