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j e   s u i s   p r e s t.  i  a m   r e a d y.

c: “jesus h. roosevelt christ!”
j: “no, sassenech, just me.”

redeyemaniac:

By the “not all men” logic, Russian Roulette is a perfectly safe game to play. Sure, one of the chambers has a bullet in it…

but not all chambers

zoewashburne:

bastardfromabasket:

Remember when Breaking Bad ended their season with a slow zoom into a potted plant and it was simultaneously the most revelatory and upsetting thing that’s ever happened?

#remember when breaking bad ended with hank taking a dump

where is america least racist? the year 1491 yo
Anonymous

You will always be too much of something for someone: too big, too loud, too soft, too edgy. If you round out your edges, you lose your edge.

Apologize for mistakes. Apologize for unintentionally hurting someone — profusely. But don’t apologize for being who you are.

danielle laporte  (via realdwntomars)

showslow:

Some pretty spectacular looking installation work by Mint Design and Nobuhiro Shimura entitled Fall in Pop (2012).

(via)

velocipedestrienne:

matt-t:

timberfakes:

Some things never change…

time is a flat circle

it’s like you’re my mirror, my mirror staring back at me

velocipedestrienne:

matt-t:

timberfakes:

Some things never change…

time is a flat circle

it’s like you’re my mirror, my mirror staring back at me

laughingsquid:

‘Two Subwoofers’, An Irish Wolfhound Wears A Pair of Dachshunds On Either Side of a Saddle Bag

sosuperawesome:

Gemma Correll, on Tumblr

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skunkbear:

Have you heard of the mystery of the sailing stones? It’s not a Hardy Boys novel — it’s the strange phenomenon of rocks leaving zig-zagging tracks across Death Valley.

Well, they solved the mystery at last.

Image: Momatiuk - Eastcott/Corbis / Video: Jim Norris

emmugh:

I like new friends because I can reuse old jokes

You wouldn’t expect me to be less bold than a wee Sassenach lassie, would you?”

nubbsgalore:

palau’s jellyfish lake was once connected to the pacific ocean, but when the sea level dropped its population of jellyfish were left to thrive in the isolation of its algae rich waters. no longer needing to defend themselves from predators, the jellyfish lost their sting, allowing snorkelers to now swim with them as they make their daily 800 metre migration from one end of the lake to the other.

photos by (click pic) david kirkland, david doubilet, tomas kotoucjody macdonaldchean chong lim, eric changnadia aly and richard schneider  (see also: vancouver aquarium jellyfish)

We should not be comfortable or content in a society where the only way to remain free of surveillance and repression is if we make ourselves as unthreatning, passive, and compliant as possible.
Glenn Greenwald (via disciplesofmalcolm)