Sometimes we find the coolest stuff! This is a hand colored, incomplete set of fortune telling cards dated around 1825. My favorites include “cheerfulness” and “misfortune”. From the de Grummond Children’s Literature Collection at the University of Southern Mississippi.
This is our quadrant of the upcoming 4-way split between us, Native Wildlife, Glass Lungs and Killing Thing. We recorded it a little over a month ago while we were on tour, pretty much live in studio at the University of Southern Mississippi. Kinda different, but we really like it.
Reblog or you’ll be haunted by a spooky dæmon! We don’t like it either, but we don’t make the rules.
Students at the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, Miss. gathered for a peaceful campus protest Monday afternoon to show support for two female students who were reportedly attacked and called racial slurs for refusing to stand for the National Anthem, WDAM.com reports.
🙏🏻for the town of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, and the surrounding area as they were hit by a tornado a few hours ago. The University of Southern Mississippi was badly damaged by a tornado just four years ago, I don’t know if they were hit by this one, but reports say William Carey University was. This picture is from Ryan Moore, an award winning photojournalist and crime/investigative reporter at a local tv station there in Hattiesburg, and the best person to follow on Twitter concerning this tornado’s after effects. Four deaths have already been reported. @RyanMooreMS
I’ll be driving by this area tomorrow, always heartbreaking to witness the destruction.