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"Vivre? les serviteurs feront cela pour nous."

- Axël by Auguste Villiers de l’Isle-Adam

"Dalida is a French singer, she is most honored of show business and remains a global icon of the song, ranking among the six most popular singers in the world. Its sales figures today would amount to more than 170 million albums worldwide, [1][2] since her death 25 million albums would have passed, according to the label Universal. We do not exactly know the detail of each of Singles sold, but 7 tracks of the singer are among the best singles sold throughout the worlds. She got 2 times "The World Oscar of success of the disc", making it the only European singer to have won this Oscar at least once. Dalida is recognized as the disco queen, because she and her brother have invented the Disco in France without knowing. She had a 30-year career, debuting in 1956 and recording her last album in 1986, a few months before her death. Her death led to an iconic image as a tragic diva and renowned singer. She received 70 gold records and was the first singer to receive a diamond disc. [3]"

The wikipedia entry for Dalida, I was so worried that someone might edit its perfection so I had to preserve it for posterity


one of my goals is to speak semi-broken English in an Eastern European accent in America and be convincing about it 


(Source:, via cokehochanel)

why are no steps being taken to phase out organic life as quickly as possible? i’m sure the technological capabilities are there

"All in all, it seemed I was even less a part of the world’s prevailing sense of the real than I was before. This was not an unfamiliar feeling for me, but it was massively revitalized after the traumatic events of the hospital episode. What kind of world was I living in that could avert its eyes from the most significant realities such as those I had recently confronted?"

- Thomas Ligotti interviewed by Jon Padgett