The mind, soul, spirit, and heart of Pink Floyd.
Day 4 (July 21, 2014)
Track: “Wish You Were Here”
Artist: Pink Floyd
Album: Wish You Were Here (1975)
Genre: Classic Rock
This is easily my favorite Pink Floyd album and the song is just exactly how I am feeling right now. After today’s amazing news and just the rush of happiness I am fucking beat.. Getting ready for bed there is nothing I want more than my girlfriend cuddled up next to me as we go to sleep.. Goodnight everybody!
Hope You Enjoy!
New York, 1979.
Why aren’t we talking about Dylan sprouse have you SEEN his tweets?
G U Y S
we could have had a singing career.
remember when ringo farted at georges funeral and then proceeded to excuse it by saying, “all things must pass”
Considering he had frequent run ins with the law during his adolescence and had a history of generally antisocial behaviour - for example, threatening his girlfriend with a knife - I wouldn’t be surprised if he did suffer from something like ASPD. However, not everyone with ASPD develops into a serial killer - and I think the consensus with the Moors Murders is that it was the combination of both Myra and Ian that spurred them on to kill. Without the pairing, while I don’t doubt for a second that Ian would have continued to commit crimes, I’m not convinced that he’d have developed into such a compulsive murderer without Myra there to reinforce him.
Heavily swathed in plastic sheeting, human remains are carried from the screened grave on Saddleworth Moor, near Ashton-under-Lyne. This is after a search had begun to recover the victims of the serial killers known as the Moors Murderers - Myra Hindley and Ian Brady
My mother always warned me about suspicious men, but she never warned me about suspicious women.
Moors Murders (Ian Brady and Myra Hindley’s) trial in 1966 at the Chester Assizes.
- Ian Brady, serial killer. (via villainous-murderers)
- Myra Hindley on Ian Brady. (via villainous-murderers)
Moors Murders Ian Brady and Myra Hindley