and the bellow


I made some Bellow angst/feels!

*faints* Whew, I’m exhausted!

I tried doing this music animation thing and of course I just had to use Bellow for this. I also posted the video in-synced with the song to boost up those *ehem* feels

Well, I’m going to rest now so enjoy!

Song — >

Animation + song — >

anonymous asked:

Every time someone's plucking out their white hair they offer to pluck Akutagawa's as well. (or Atsushi's or Fukuzawa's.)

Akutagawa glares with his coat flapping. Your tweezers are inches from his face. If you do it you’ll surely die. “Why not?” Akutagawa glares harder and bellows “You’ll ruin my MCR aesthetic.”

War-starved she bellows
Glass-eyed, jet-clad
Knife-wings cut night air
On frozen winds she rides
Oil-black under blood moon
The dead await her solemn kiss
Her razor-lips on pallid flesh
Her call resounds 
On blood-stained earth
She falls, enraged
And hungers



Review: Such a lovely, short poem. I almost feel like it’s an excerpt from a longer poem - I wanted there to be more following the last line. Great job. Keep on writing. ❤


If you are thinking : ‘What a simple question, I know the answer to that! It is used to control the temperature on my refrigerator’

You are absolutely right ! In fact most people I have asked this question seem to know thus far. But how does turning a knob control the temperature ?

The refrigeration cycle

The fridge works in a rather simple way:

Refrigerant (liq) takes up heat from the object you want to cool

Changes state from liquid to gas

Compressor pressurizes fluid, heating it up. ( Why ? for better heat exchange )

This hot gas meets the cool gas outside, changing state back to liquid

Further de-pressurizes as it heads back


The thermostat switch

If the temperature inside the fridge goes up, the compressor must be turned on to circulate the refrigerant.

Here’s the crux of the post :

That knob determines when the compressor is to be turned on !

That knob is coupled to a screw type mechanism which lowers or moves up as it is rotated.

A bellow ( like a balloon ) keeps expanding as the temperature inside the fridge increases until it hits the arm and flicks the thermostat;

Compressor : ON ;

Refrigeration cycle : START

That’s the story of that mysterious knob that had baffled me for quite some time.

Have a great day!


                                  e y e w i t n e s s  ☰ [buffalo ‘07]

As teens Philip and Lukas share their kiss, they eyewitness a murder and don’t report it in fear of being outed. Their lie grows when Philip’s foster mother, Sheriff Helen Torrance takes the case.

I mean you have been disappointed in love, but don’t you know how many things there are to be disappointed in besides love? You are lucky to be still disappointed in love. Later it may be even more terrible.
—  Saul Bellow, The Adventures of Augie March
Global 'March for Science' protests call for action on climate change
Tens of thousands rally across the world in a rebuke of Donald Trump’s dismissal of climate science
By Oliver Milman

Hundreds of global protest marches in the name of science kicked off in Australia and New Zealand on Saturday, ahead of large crowds expected across the US.

Tens of thousands of scientists are this weekend rallying around the world in a rebuke of Donald Trump’s dismissal of climate science and attempts to cut large areas of scientific research.

More than 600 marches, largely concentrated in the US, Europe, South America and Australia, began amid warnings from organisers that science is “under attack” from the Trump administration.

Placards demanded “science not silence”, declared “there is no plan b”, and offered support from “florists for research-based legislation”, showing the crowd was not restricted to those in scientific community.

Chants asked what people wanted? “Science”, the marches bellowed. When? “Following peer review.”

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So there have been a couple of posts about Sportacus’s book… closet (that is not a shelf) and a few of them have some decent resolution and I just have to say that Sportacus’s reading selection is… pretty specific? We’re talking like picaresque novels, bildungsromans, themes about murder, revolution, revenge, and redemption, heroes fighting against insurmountable forces, disadvantaged young/youthful heroes being shunned by society and striving to get any kind of tiny moral victory, children being the center focus of very dark situations… Kudos to the people who put that kind of thought into what he’s reading but now I can’t ever look at Sport the same way. I don’t want to make too specific a statement about his reading list because I haven’t identified most of the books and read even fewer, but. Dude. DARK.

edit- I forgot a major theme to many of these books: SLAVERY. He even has a book (The Weeping Wood) about the history of rubber production and the exploited Indian slaves!