1921: Mystery of the Senate Bath Tubs

The story of one of the quirkier features of the U.S. Capitol.


"So avoid using the word ‘very’ because it’s lazy. A man is not very tired, he is exhausted. Don’t use very sad, use morose. Language was invented for one reason, boys - to woo women - and, in that endeavor, laziness will not do. It also won’t do in your essays."


Dead Poets Society (1989)

Farewell, Mr. Williams. We’re really going to miss you.


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Terrifying. I miss the good ol’ days of the ‘Net.


Some people find the taste of pilgrim guts too strong. Me, I find I can’t get by without them for too long.




Pretty sure my body actually digested itself after not eating for 4 hours.

Source: whatshouldwecallme

Baseball! (at Nationals Park — Washington, D.C.)


DC Punk Archive | District of Columbia Public Library

Great work, DC Public Library! It’s wonderful to see our local library capturing such an important part of DC’s history.


Rodney Mullen: Pop an ollie and innovate! (TED Talk) (by Mr1hmm1)

The degree to which we connect to the community is in proportion to our individuality, which we are expressing by what we do.

Love this guy.

Photo Set


#TBT: Everyone’s Mad for Manchester

A dark and drizzly mecca for musicians who come from working class backgrounds and want to escape via music, Manchester has been a break-out scene for all kinds of British artists who reached international success including The Smiths, Oasis, and the Stone Roses. Manchester was also the electronic music hub for 24 Hour Party People-esque decadence. Some of the coolest musical artists are still coming out of Manchester, including post-punk babes PINS and art-rockers, Dutch Uncles. Listen below.

Check out our London mix from last week and keep up with the UK Takeover of Nixon Music by following #BritishInvasion.

Well-timed stuff from Nixon Music on the heels of Manchester City winning the Prem! Good job, mates.

Source: nixon-music