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My 100 Favorite Films of the 21st Century:

100. Mud (Nichols, 2013)
99. Enter the Void (Noe, 2009)
98. Castaway on the Moon (Lee, 2009)
97. Memento (Nolan, 2000)
96. 21 Grams (Inarritu, 2003)

95. Million Dollar Baby (Eastwood, 2004)
94. Cache (Haneke, 2005)
93. The Prestige (Nolan, 2006)
92. Uncle Boonmee… (Weerasethakul, 2010)
91. The Kid with a Bike (Dardenne, 2011)

90. American Hustle (O. Russell, 2013)
89. Melancholia (von Trier, 2011)
88. Requiem for a Dream (Aronofsky, 2000)
87. Antichrist (von Trier, 2009)
86. Nobody Knows (Koreeda, 2004)

85. Turtles Can Fly (Ghobadi, 2004)
84. Irreversible (Noe, 2002)
83. Holy Motors (Carax, 2012)
82. Jeff, Who Lives at Home (Duplass, 2011)
81. Mystic River (Eastwood, 2003)

80. Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead (Lumet, 2007)
79. Brick (Johnson, 2005)
78. Four Lions (Morris, 2010)
77. Oslo, August 31st (Trier, 2011)
76. Mysterious Skin (Araki, 2004)

75. Donnie Darko (Kelly, 2001)
74. Prisoners (Villeneuve, 2013)
73. Before Sunset (Linklater, 2004)
72. The Comedy (Alverson, 2012)
71. Afterschool (Campos, 2008)

70. The Believer (Bean, 2001)
69. Storytelling (Solondz, 2001)
68. The Skin I Live In (Almodovar, 2011)
67. The Edge of Heaven (Akin, 2007)
66. Red Road (Arnold, 2006)

65. Punch-Drunk Love (Anderson, 2002)
64. Warrior (O'Connor, 2011)
63. The Squid and the Whale (Baumbach, 2005)
62. Submarino (Vinterberg, 2010)
61. The Spectacular Now (Ponsoldt, 2013)

60. Maniac (Khalfoun, 2012)
59. Bully (Clark, 2001)
58. The Trap (Golubovic, 2007)
57. Bullhead (Roskam, 2011)
56. Heaven (Tykwer, 2002)

55. Snow Angels (Green, 2007)
54. Mulholland Drive (Lynch, 2001)
53. Another Earth (Cahill, 2011)
52. Amour (Haneke, 2012)
51. The Class (Raag, 2007)

50. Zero Day (Coccio, 2003)
49. Fruitvale Station (Coogler, 2013)
48. We Need to Talk About Kevin (Ramsay, 2011)
47. A Serious Man (Coen, 2009)
46. I’m Still Here (Affleck, 2010)

45. The Place Beyond the Pines (Cianfrance, 2013)
44. The Piano Teacher (Haneke, 2001)
43. Take Shelter (Nichols, 2011)
42. Blue Valentine (Cianfrance, 2010)
41. L.I.E. (Cuesta, 2001)

40. George Washington (Green, 2000)
39. Children of Men (Cuaron, 2006)
38. Goodbye Solo (Bahrani, 2008)
37. Che: Part One (Soderbergh, 2008)
36. Che: Part Two (Soderbergh, 2008)

35. Reprise (Trier, 2006)
34. Drive (Refn, 2011)
33. The Return (Zvyagintsev, 2003)
32. Upstream Color (Carruth, 2013)
31. Short Term 12 (Cretton, 2013)

30. A History of Violence (Cronenberg, 2005)
29. The Secret in Their Eyes (Campanella, 2009)
28. Tyrannosaur (Considine, 2011)
27. Gravity (Cuaron, 2013)
26. All is Lost (Chandor, 2013)

25. Y Tu Mama Tambien (Cuaron, 2001)
24. United 93 (Greengrass, 2006)
23. Amores Perros (Inarritu, 2000)
22. Head-On (Akin, 2004)
21. Rust and Bone (Audiard, 2012)

20. The Assassination of Jesse James… (Dominik, 2007)
19. Disconnect (Rubin, 2012)
18. Before Midnight (Linklater, 2013)
17. Gone Baby Gone (Affleck, 2007)
16. The New World (Malick, 2011)

15. The Hunt (Vinterberg, 2012)
14. Hunger (McQueen, 2008)
13. Shame (McQueen, 2011)
12. 12 Years a Slave (McQueen, 2013)
11. Blue is the Warmest Color (Kechiche, 2013)

10. The Tree of Life (Malick, 2011)
9. Tropical Malady (Weerasethakul, 2004)
8. There Will Be Blood (Anderson, 2007)
7. Spring Breakers (Korine, 2013)
6. Fish Tank (Arnold, 2009)

5. Troubled Water (Poppe, 2008)
4. Traffic (Soderbergh, 2000)
3. Dancer in the Dark (von Trier, 2000)
2. Lilja 4-Ever (Moodysson, 2002)
1. Beasts of the Southern Wild (Zeitlin, 2012)

anonymous asked:

what's it like to do LSD? and what's it like to do shrooms

I literally just read this explanation of hallucinogens on facebook (I know, out of all places) and I just got this question so what better place to share than here. These aren’t my own words but I couldn’t have said it any better.

“The General Sensation

While tripping, you realize that Shakespeare’s idea that “All the world’s a stage” was excitingly true. Everyone else is still acting in this play, taking their characters very seriously. But you are backstage, watching it all play out with you mask off for once. Your beliefs, which you now realize are oh-so human and tied to your subjective sense of self, have come off with that mask. You are now able to look at the world through a truly differerent lens for the very first time. Without the filters of ‘sobriety’, the nature and innate truths of the world become clear.

Furthermore, your appreciation for absolutely everything is exponentially magnified. That filter in your brain that says “I’ve seen that flower a thousand times before, so it’s not that cool anymore” is turned off. Even the most insignificant objects are seen as though it is the first time you’ve ever encountered them. You are temporarily reborn with a child’s eyes for 4-6 hours.

The Visuals

For the most part, you do not see things that are not actually there. You see things that ARE physically there move around and warp into amazingly intricate patterns, but you will not see a colorful dragon-fly through your bedroom. All surfaces begin slowly undulating in tiny waves as if all matter has come alive. Not to the extent that you’ll think the world is melting or reality is breaking apart; just enough to let you know that ‘solid’ is more subjective than you thought.

However you will see some INSANE visuals when your eyes are closed (or in darkness, since the experience is the same), like a super-imagination that is much less under your control than usual. Imagine seeing an endless chain of vivid scenery seamlessly warping from one image to the next. The bizarreness of these images knows no bounds.

Perception

One of the coolest insights can come from the power of your perspective while tripping. The best example of this is when you look in the mirror. You will see your face morph back and forth between looking the most beautiful way you view yourself and the ugliest way you view yourself. If that’s hard to understand, think of someone with a horrible case of anorexia. Even when they are compared side-by-side to people they think are skinny, they still see themselves as fat. You can see this extreme, and the opposite extreme without any effort on your while you are tripping. But of course, you one see your own extremes… so you won’t see yourself look anorexic unless you are capable of thinking you look like that while sober.

This also holds true for any object you look at. You can look at a chair and consciously fluctuate between seeing it as a supremely evil, horrible, ugly chair, and seeing it as the most wondrous, angelic object you have ever seen. This is why having a ‘bad trip’ is possible because people can get stuck at the negative end of this spectrum if they have emotional issues or something traumatic happens during the trip.

In summation, the influence of your perception on reality is infinitely magnified on shrooms/lsd. While this is happening to you, you will see that this is also true while sober, but it occurs less immediately. Very cool stuff.

Rules for Tripping

1) Know your dealer & drugs. As with anything you ingest into your body, make sure you know what you’re buying. This includes amounts and strengths as not all mushrooms and tabs are created equal.

2) Trip where you feel extremely comfortable, especially with relation to temperature. You do NOT need to be outside to have a fantastic trip (my best trip ever was inside a small room), but nature is pretty sweet! You can clearly see the difference between dead and living ‘objects’ through the lens of mushrooms and LSD.

3) Trip only with people who you trust and enjoy completely while sober. Just one person can put a bad spin on your trip. This is a big event so don’t be afraid to be picky!

4) While tripping, be sure to spend time by yourself. The longer you spend alone, the deeper you can go into the trip, and the deeper insight you will receive. Focus is paramount while tripping. Insights and even intense visuals do not develop unless you focus your attention or vision on something for 5+ seconds.

5) Write down your epiphanies. Psychedelics experiences are like dreams in that they’re clear right after, but fade away quickly after. Try to write them down while you’re still tripping otherwise some of the understand will be lost, no matter what.

Maximizing Your Trip

- Drink orange juice beforehand. The vitamin C helps you to relax physically and mentally and the acidic nature of the juice helps the digestion of the substance.

- Change your surroundings every hour or so, even if you’re just moving to another room. It’s difficult to describe how awesomely different a new environment can feel while tripping.

- Wear the most comfortable clothing you own. Even if that outfit consists of footsie pajamas and one of your mothers crazy hats. Comfort is vital.

- Plan a fun activity to do while you’re waiting to come up. It’s much more fun to all of a sudden realize you’re tripping than to be constantly asking yourself ‘Am I up?’ for an hour and a half. Don’t worry, you won’t miss it

- Listen to music. You think music is amazing on weed? Oh just you wait

- Remember to spend some (if not most) of your trip alone. It’s important enough to be mentioned twice!

Other Things to Know

- These substances are perfectly safe. In fact they’re the safest drugs you can take behind marijuana. You cannot die or cause brain damage from LSD or mushrooms without eating hundreds of dollars worth of the stuff. It’s like alcohol — perfectly safe unless you’re extremely stupid about it. For that matter it’s far easier to cause harm to yourself with alcohol. Do your research online beforehand so you have more than my word to go off of! Erowid is a good place to start.

- You’re not alone in being intrigued by experience another type of perception. According to a site-wide poll in 2011, 47% of HEthens have tried mushrooms and 36% have tried LSD. Woot

- You will feel some discomfort and possibly nausea when you’re coming up on either magic mushrooms or LSD. Many people describe this feeling as ‘wanting to get out of your body’. For me, the non-physical nature of the soul becomes very obvious during the trip, so this sensation makes sense. The unpleasantness will go away when you’re all the way up.”

MARVEL CINEMATIC [updated -3/Sept/17]

Newest version 

What we’ve seen so far:


Hulk - 20 June, 2003
The Incredible Hulk (reboot) - 13 June, 2008
Iron Man - 2 May, 2008
Iron Man 2 - 7 May, 2010
Thor - 6 May, 2011
Captain America: The First Avenger - 22 July, 2011
The Avengers - 4 May, 2012
Iron Man 3 - 3 May, 2013
Thor 2: The Dark World - 8 November, 2013
Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. (TV series) - 23 September 2013, 2014, 2015
Captain America 2: The Winter Soldier - 4 April, 2014
Guardians Of The Galaxy - 1 August, 2014
Agent Carter (TV series) - 6 January, 2015, 2016 
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Double Agent (Web mini series) - 4 March, 2015/ 6 May, 2015
Daredevil (TV series) - 2 April, 2015, 2016 
Avengers 2: Age Of Ultron - 1 May, 2015
WHiH Newsfront (Web series) - 2 July, 2015/ April, 2016
Ant-Man - 17 July, 2015
Jessica Jones (TV series) -  10 October, 2015
Deadpool - 12 Feburary, 2016
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Academy (Web mini series) - 9 March, 2016
Captain America 3: Civil War - 6 May, 2016 
Luke Cage (TV series) - September 30, 2016
Doctor Strange - 4 November, 2016
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Slingshot  (Web series) -  December 13, 2016
Iron Fist (TV series) - 17 March, 2017
Guardians Of The Galaxy: Vol.2 - 5 May, 2017
Spider-Man Homecoming - 7 July, 2017
The Defenders (TV series) - August 18, 2017
Inhumans (TV series) - Pilots 1 September, 2017, premiere  29 September, 2017

What we expect on the tips of our toes to see:

The Inhumans (TV series) - September 26, 2017
Thor 3: Ragnarök - 3 November, 2017
The Punisher (TV series) -2017
Damage Control (TV series) - 2017 [rumor]
Runaways (TV/Web series)- 2017
Deadpool 2 - 12 January, 2018
Black Panther - 16 February, 2018
Avengers 3: Infinity War [ part 1] - 4 May, 2018
Antman And The Wasp - 6 July, 2018
Cloak and Dagger (TV series) - 2018
Avengers 3: Infinity War [ part 2] - 3 May, 2019
Captain Marvel - 8 March, 2019
Untitled Avengers Sequel - 3 May, 2019
Spider-man: Homecoming 2 - 5 July, 2019
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3 - Not Announced
Black Widow - Not Announced [Commited, as of 2016]
Hawkeye - Not Announced, Planned, Likely will Not Happen
Nick Fury - Not Announced [Script under development, Rumor]
Sinister Six - Not Announced
Alien Legion - Not Announced [Script under development]
Venom - Not Announced [franchise seperated from Spiderman]
Deadpool 3 - Not Announced [Confirmed]

Untitled Upcoming MCU Films

Untitled - 1 May, 2020
Untitled - 10 July, 2020
Untitled - 6 November, 2020

Rumors under development

Namor the Sub-Mariner - Rumor (2016)
The Incredible Hulk 2  - Rumor, Planned, Unlikely (2015)
Iron Man 4 - Rumor (2014)
Loki - Rumor, Unlikely (2013)
Warriors Three - Rumor, Unclear (2011)
Blade - Rumor (2011)
Ka-Zar - Rumor (2010)
Power Pack - Rumor (2010)
Vision - Rumor (2009)
Nighthawk - Rumor (2009)
Cable -  Rumor (2009, character to appear in Deadpool 2)
Taskmaster - Rumor, Under Development, No Updates (2008)
The Hands of Shang-Chi - Rumor, Under Development, No Updates (2006)
Gargoyle - Rumor, Planned, No Updates (2006)
Werewolf by Night - Rumor (2004)
Prime - Rumor (2003)
Longshot- Rumor (2000)
Morbius - Rumor (2000)
Mort the Dead Teenager - Rumor (2000)

SHORT FILMS
(Thor) The Consultant - 13 September, 2011
(Captain America-The First Avenger) A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Thor’s Hammer - 25 October, 2011
(Avengers) Item 47 - 25 September, 2012
(Iron Man 3) Agent Carter - 3 September, 2013
(Thor-The Dark World) All Hail The King - 4 February, 2014
(Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. spinoff TV pilot) Most wanted - late 2016

Irrelevant:

SPIDERMAN:
Spider-Man - 3 May, 2002
Spider-Man 2 - 30 June, 2004
Spider-Man 3 - 4 May, 2007
The Amazing Spider-Man (reboot) - 3 July, 2012
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 - 2 May, 2014
Spider-Man Homecoming - 7 July, 2017
Spider-man: Homecoming 2 - 5 July, 2019


XMEN:
X-Men - 14 July, 2000
X2: X-Men United - 2 May, 2003
X-Men: The Last Stand - 26 May, 2006
X-Men Origins: Wolverine - 1 May, 2009
X-Men: First Class - 3 June, 2011
The Wolverine - 26 July, 2013
X-Men: Days Of Future Past - 23 May, 2014
Deadpool - 12 Feburary, 2016
X-Men: Apocalypse - 27 May, 2016
Logan - 3 March, 2017
Legion (TV series) -  February 8, 2017
Untitled Marvel/Fox movie - 6 October, 2017
New Mutants - 13 April, 2018
Untitled Marvel/Fox movie  - 2 March, 2018
Deadpool 2 - 1 June, 2018  
Untitled Marvel/Fox movie
- 29 June, 2018
Untitled Marvel/Fox movie [Rumored to be New Mutants] - 13 July, 2018
X-Men: Dark Phoenix - 2 November, 2018
Untitled Marvel/Fox movie - 14 February, 2019
Deadpool 3 - Not Announced [Confirmed]
Gambit - Production delayed
X-Force - Not Announced
(rumor that X-Men may crossover with Avengers series)

FANTASTIC 4:
Fantastic Four - 8 July, 2005
Fantastic 4: Rise Of The Silver Surfer - 15 June, 2007
The Fantastic Four (reboot) - 7 August, 2015
The Fantastic Four sequel - 9 June, 2017 (original release date, high probability of being put to ice )

MISC:
Daredevil - 14 February, 2003

Elektra - 14 January, 2005

Ghost Rider - 16 February, 2007
Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance - 17 February, 2012
Ghost Rider, Untitled - Rumor

The Punisher - 16 April, 2004
The Punisher: War Zone - 5 December, 2008

Man-Thing - 21 April, 2005

Blade - 21 August, 1998
Blade II - 22 March, 2002
Blade: Trinity - 8 December, 2004

OLDER PRODUCTIONS:
Captain America (black & white serial film) - 5 February, 1944
Howard The Duck - 1 August, 1986
The Punisher - 6 Octomber, 1989
Captain America - 14 December, 1990
Nick Fury: Agent of Shield - 26 May, 1998

This is 30 minutes of heaven…Pure genius! This mixtape incorporates 100 sampled Triple J songs that spread across a wide range of music genres that have been voted into the the Hottest 100 each year over the past 20+ years with Taylor Swift vocals over the top. Track list below!

This track list includes the song name, artists, year it featured in the Triple J Hottest 100 and the time the song was sampled within the mixtape.

1. Wonderwall – Oasis (1995) 0.00 – 0:11
2. Paper Planes – M.I.A (2007) 0:11 – 0:55
3. Gamble Everything for Love – Ben Lee (2000) 0:11 – 0:55
4. Get Free – Major Lazer ft Amber Coffman (2012) 0:56 – 1:18
5. Born To Die – Lana Del Ray (2012) 1:17 – 1:56
6. I Can Talk – Two Door Cinema Club (2010) 1:23 – 1:45
7. The Prayer – Bloc Party (2006) 1:33 – 1:56
8. Bittersweet Symphony – The Verve (1998) 1:34 – 2:19
9. Closer – Nine Inch Nails (1994) 1:57 – 2:17
10. Hey Ya – Outkast (2003) 2:17 – 2:52
11. In For The Kill – La Roux (2009) 2:53 – 3:15
12. Stand Still – Flight Facilities ft. Micky Green (2013) 3:15 – 3:26
13. Gone Daddy Gone – Gnarls Barkley (2006) 3:26 – 3:49
14. Vitriol – Bluejuice (2007) 3:43 – 4:16
15. Never Miss A Beat – Kaiser Chiefs (2008) 4:16 – 4:22
16. Royals – Lorde (2013) 4:21 – 4:53
17. Runaway – Kanye West ft. Pusha T (2010) 4:43 – 5:12
18. Teardrop – Massive Attack (1998) 4:53 – 5:19
19. I’m Into You – Chet Faker (2012) 5:06 – 5:51
20. The Wilhelm Scream – James Blake (2011) 5:17 – 5:50
21. Arabella – Arctic Monkeys (2013) 5:50 – 6:11
22. Jump Into The Fog – The Wombats (2011) 6:03 – 6:14
23. Drop The Game – Chet Faker (2013) 6:13 – 6:24
24. Audience – Cold War Kids (2010) 6:15 – 6:23
25. Do I Wanna Know – Arctic Monkeys (2013) 6:22 – 6:52
26. Yellow – Coldplay (2000) 6:47 – 6:58
27. Pure Morning – Placebo (1998) 6:52 – 6:57
28. Clique – Kanye West ft. Big Sean & Jay Z (2012) 6:59 – 7:30
29. Doin’ It Right – Daft Punk ft. Panda Bear (2013) 6:59 – 7:31
30. Lanterns – Birds of Tokyo (2013) 7:31 – 8:15
31. Fall At Your Feet – Boy & Bear (2010) 8:16 – 8:39
32. You Don’t Know Me – Ben Folds ft. Regina Spektor (2008) 8:34 – 8:44
33. D.O.A. – Jay Z (2009) 8:42 – 8:43
34. Gangster’s Paradise – Coolio (1995) 8:44 – 9:29
35. Coin Laundry – Lisa Mitchell (2009) 9:30 – 9:49
36. Sleepless – Flume ft. Jezzabell Doran (2012) 8:40 – 8:50
37. Scar Tissue – Red Hot Chilli Pepper’s (1999) 9:51 – 10:23
38. Hold On – Alabama Shakes (2012) 10:23 – 10:50
39. Holdin On – Flume (2012) 10:30 – 10:47
40. Painkiller – Freestylers & Pendulum (2006) 10:50 – 11:12
41. Gold Digger – Kanye West ft. Jamie Foxx (2005) 11:13 – 11:52
42. Clint Eastwood – Gorillaz (2001) 11:52 – 12:15
43. Dance Bear – Snakadaktal (2012) 12:15 – 12:51
44. Freestyler - Bomfunk MC’s (2000) 12:50 – 13:41
45. Don’t Fight It – The Panic’s (2007)12:51 – 13:12
46. Genesis – Grimes (2012) 13:42 – 13:56
47. A-Punk – Vampire Weekend (2008) 13:54 – 13:59
48. So Good – Allday (2012) 14:00 – 14:28
49. Teenage Dirtbag – Wheatus (2000) 14:01 – 14:25
50. The Nosebleed Section – Hilltop Hoods (2003) 14:11 – 14:21
51. Superstar – Lupe Fiasco ft. Matthew Santos (2007) 14:31 – 15:06
52. Is This How You Feel – The Preatures (2013) 14:31 – 15:20
53. Guess Who Batman – Lily Allen (2008) 14:51 – 15:09
54. Shutterbug – Big Boi & Cutty (2010) 15:10 – 15:40
55. Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life) – Green Day (1998) 15:11 – 15:40
56. No Man’s Woman (2000) 15:40 – 15:58
57. Flame Trees – Sarah Blasko (2005) 15:41 – 15:59
58. Young and Dumb – Chance Waters ft. Bertie Blackman (2012) 15:56 – 16:40
59. Kick Push – Lupe Fiasco (2006) 16:01 -16:41
60. Bomb The World – Michael Franti & Spearhead (2003) 16:41 – 17:16
61. Fidelity – Regina Spektor (2006) 17:16 – 18:09
62. Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High – Arctic Monkeys (2013) 17:17 – 18:06
63. What’s Golden – Jurassic 5 (2002) 18:10 – 18:42
64. Work It – Missy Elliot (2003) 18:44 – 20:08
65. Brother – Matt Corby (2011) 18:45 – 18:47
66. Lose Yourself To Dance – Daft Punk ft. Pharrell Williams (2013) 18:45 – 22:16
67. Naive – The Kooks (2006) 18:45 – 20:01
68. Heart It Races – Architecture In Helsinki (2007) 19:24 – 20:41
69. My Doorbell – The White Stripes (2005) 20:03 – 20:07
70. The Breach – Dustin Tebbutt (2013) 20:07 – 20:45
71. Lisztomania – Phoenix (2009) 20:39 – 21:21
72. Elevate – St Lucia (2013) 21:21 – 23:00
73. Given The Chance – The Kite String Tangle (2013) 22:09 – 22:59
74. Stronger – Kanye West (2007) 23:00 – 23:25
75. Team – Lorde (2013) 23:25 – 24:01
76. Electric Feel – MGMT (2008) 24:01 – 24:03
77. Float On – Modest Mouse (2004) 24:04 – 24:57
78. Young Blood – The Naked & Famous (2010) 24:58 - 25-15
79. A Slow Decent – The Butterfly Effect (2006) 25:12 – 25:20
80. Midnight City – M83 (2011) 25:29 – 25:46
81. Fred Astaire – San Cisco (2012) 25:47 – 26:05
82. Praise You – Fatboy Slim (1999) 26:06 – 26:25
83. Warrior – Mark Foster, A-Trak & Kimbra (2012) 26:06 – 26:27
84. Bangarang –Skrillex (2012) 26:15 – 26:16
85. Crave You – Flight Facilities (2010) 26:28 – 27:33
86. Around the World – Daft Punk (1997) 27:00 – 27:15
87. Music Sounds Better With You – Stardust (1998) 27:00 – 27:35
88. You’ve Changed – Sia (2009) 27:29 – 28:05
89. Dare – Gorillaz (2005) 28:06 – 28:07
90. Dance The Way I Feel – Ou Est Le Swimming Pool (2010) 28:07 – 28:45
91. Changed The Way You Kissed Me – Example (2011) 28:45 – 29:01
92. Flippers – Art Vs Science (2008) 28:46 – 29:02
93. Take Me – Rufus (2013) 29:01 – 29:45
94. Move Your Feet – Junior Senior (2003) 29:34 - 29:50
95. Drop The Pressure – Mylo (2004) 29:52 – 30:35
96. It’s Like That – Run DMC ft. Jason Nevins (1998) 30:36 – 30:57
97. Ready For The Floor – Hot Chip (2008) 30:47 – 31:35
98. Forget You – Cee-Lo Green (2010) 31:39 – 32:32
99. Audacity Of Huge – Simian Mobile Disco (2009) 32:08 – 33:21
100. Ghosts N Stuff – Deadmau5 (2009) 32:41 – 33:40

Taylor Swift Songs Used In Mixtape

1. We Are Never Getting Back Together – Taylor Swift (2012) 0:00 – 2:18
2. Shake It Off – Taylor Swift (2014) 2:18 – 4:21
3. Riptide – Vance Joy Covered By Taylor Swift (2014) 4:21 – 5:15
4. I Knew You Were Trouble – Taylor Swift (2012) 5:19 – 7:33
5. Everything Has Changed - Taylor Swift ft. Ed Sheeran (2012) 7:33 – 9:51
6. Mean - Taylor Swift (2010) 9:52 – 11:54
7. Our Song - Taylor Swift (2006) 11:55 – 13:58
8. White Horse - Taylor Swift (2008) 14:00 – 15:38
9. All Too Well - Taylor Swift (2012) 15:40 – 16:00
10. Fifteen - Taylor Swift (2008) 16:02 – 18:40
11. Blank Space - Taylor Swift (2014) 18:46 – 22:20
12. 22 - Taylor Swift (2012) 22:24 - 24:47
13. Picture To Burn - Taylor Swift (2006) 24:59 – 26:25
14. Love Story - Taylor Swift (2008) 26:29 - 29:50
15. You Belong With Me - Taylor Swift (2008) 29:52 – 33:28

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BAŞBUĞ ATATÜRK’ün Naaş İşlemleri

11 Kasım 1938 günü, Ankara’da Cumhurbaşkanlığı seçimleri yapılırken İstanbul Dolmabahçe Sarayında ise naaş, cenaze töreni için hazırlandı. Naaş işlemleri için, Atatürk’ün Müdavi ve Müşavir doktorları, Sağlık Bakanı Dr. Hulusi Alataş ve Sağlık Bakanlığı Müsteşarı Dr. Asım Arar Dolmabahçe Sarayına geldiler. Naaşı, ölüm saatinden 24 saat 10 dakika sonra muayene ettiler, ölümün tüm belirtileri ile gerçekleştiğine karar verdiler.

11 Kasım 1938’de cenaze töreninden önce Atatürk’ün naaşı, tahnit edildi. Doktorlar, Atatürk’ün “tedfin” (gömme) töreni yapılıncaya kadar naaşının muhafaza edilebilmesi için tahnit yapılmasına karar verdiler. Tahniti, Gülhane Tıp Akademisi Patoloji kürsüsünden Prof. Dr. Lütfi Aksu yaptı. Doktorlar, tahnit işlemi için bir rapor düzenlediler.

“Aşağıda imzaları bulunan tabipler, Atatürk'ün tedfin merasimi yapılıncaya kadar naşın muhafazası için aşağıda yazılı mahlûl ile usulü dairesinde Gülhane Teşrihi Marazi Profesörü Dr. Lütfı Aksu tarafından tahnit yapılmasına karar verilmiş ve bu tahnit derakep yapılmıştır.

Mahlül:
Formalin 200 g
Sublime 1 g
Tuz 200g
Acide phenique 10 g
Su 1000 g S.K. için

Tahnit, işleminde cesedin iç organları çıkarılmadı, vücut bütünlüğü bozulmadı. Cesede hiç dokunulmadan, damarlara formal solusyonu, asit fenik maddeleri enjekte edilerek tahnit yapıldı.Prof. Dr. Lütfi Aksu, kullandığı solüsyonu iki küçük şişeye doldurdu, ağzı lehimli şişelerin üzerlerine solüsyon karışımını yazdı. Solüsyon şişelerini, naaşın kolları arasına yerleştirdi.12 Tahnitten sonra vücut gazlı bantlarla sarıldı, sonra kefenlendi.13 Naaş kahverengi bir muşamba ile sarıldı, kurşun tabut içine kondu ve etrafı ilaçlı talaşlarla doldurulup örtüldü. Kurşun tabut hava almayacak şekilde lehimlendi, sonra bu kurşun tabut, gül ağacından yapılmış başka bir tabutun içine kondu.14 Akşam Gazetesinin haberine göre, 13 Kasım 1938 günü dahi naaş yatak odasında bulunuyordu. Tahnit edilen ve tabuta konan naaş, 14 Kasım 1938 günü Dolmabahçe Sarayı Merasim Salonunda hazırlanan katafalka konuldu.

Kaynaklar:

1- Utkan Kocatürk. Doğumundan Ölümüne Kadar Kaynakçalı Atatürk Günlüğü Atatürk Kültür Merkezi Yayını, Ankara, 1999, s. 695.

2- Devlet Arşivleri Genel Müdürlüğü, Başbakanlığın 8 Ekim 1953 tarih ve 3057 sayılı yazısının eki

3-  Akşam Gazetesi, 14 Kasım 1938, s.9

4- Tunç BORAN -  Ankara Üniversitesi Türk İnkılâp Tarihi Enstitüsü Atatürk Yolu Dergisi S 47, Bahar 2011, s. 487-520

Ben Rubin/EAR Studio
Afghanistan Stability/Counterinsurgency Dynamics,
2011.
Neon, wood 47 3/4″ x 87″ x 6 1/2″; edition of 3.

Heavy D was born May 24, 1967. The rapper, who died November 8, 2011, would have been 47 years old today. You may be gone but never forgotten!

Photo by Ernie Paniccioli.