A Train Bound for Nowhere.

Hey this is Parker, 20, American. This is a everything blog. Some examples of things you might find are T.V. shows (DW, SPN, Hannibal, Harry Potter, GoT, LOTR, BBC Sherlock, Disney and various other cinematic master pieces. Plus text posts, art, cute things, photography, ect, ect... However, I must also warn that my obsessive nature and love of many, many things means that sometimes I'll just reblog like 50 pictures of hounds. Well that's about it so cheers.

everminding:

fauxcyborg:

water and food insecurity are not caused by overpopulation but the corporate stranglehold on science, agriculture and natural resources. overpopulation is also almost always used to solely talk about the responsibility of people who aren’t “like us” to stop having children. 

Yeah really like stop using violence to steal land out from under indigenous populations and then forcing them to work producing commodity goods for the west.  It’s not hard.

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haliameguid:

I had a request yesterday to do something in a Southern Gothic vein. This is one of my favorite songs. It’s an old traditional, best known for featuring in the film O Brother, Where Art Thou? It’s creepy, sexy, and a little bit hellish - the best tunes always are. Enjoy. 

DIDN’T LEAVE NOBODY BUT THE BABY (Traditional) 

go to sleep little babe
go to sleep little babe

your momma’s gone away and your daddy’s gonna stay
didn’t leave nobody but the baby

go to sleep little babe
go to sleep little babe

everybody’s gone in the cotton and the corn
didn’t leave nobody but the baby

you’re a sweet little babe
you’re a sweet little babe

honey on the rock and the sugar don’t stop
gonna bring a bottle to the baby

don’t you weep pretty babe
don’t you weep pretty babe

she’s long gone with her red shoes on
gonna need another loving babe

don’t you weep pretty babe
don’t you weep pretty babe

you and me and the devil makes three
don’t need no other lovin’ babe

go to sleep little babe
go to sleep little babe

come lay your bones on the alabaster stones
and be my everlovin’ baby

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