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coelasquid:

He’s beauty he’s grace he’s mr Lee Pace

I like how Lee Pace is like seven feet taller than Peter Jackson.

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cyberteeth:

Chimamamda Ngozi Adiche, We Should All Be Feminists


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djscorpioncock:

firstly this is based on of the ‘should you play sniper’ flowchart because i love it so much

secondly this is everything i know about all of the other tf2 classes and playing them. this is what i’ve learned in all these months of playing this game. this is all anyone needs to know about team fortress the second

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u got a problem with engineers m8

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cute-overload:

Total blisshttp://cute-overload.tumblr.com

The sword accepted you as its master…

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huffingtonpost:

Watch This Little Girl Age 80 Years Right Before Your Eyes

They say time flies when you’re having fun — and if that’s true, then little girl that opens this video must have been having a lot of it.

See the full video to see this incredible artist work step by step here.

(By South Korean illustrator Seok Jeong-hyeon)

ouphrontis:

“The cover was designed in 1896 for the special Christmas number of the magazine.  As in many examples of Mucha’s designs for magazine covers, this composition is rich with symbolism.  Although we don’t have Mucha’s own writing about the interpretation of this particular design, we  can read the idea behind this cover. as follows.
As indicated by the title of this number ‘1896-Noel-1897’, the magazine marks the turn of the year - the passing of the old year and its renewal.  The pale figure of the dead (or dying) woman in the foreground seems to symbolise the passing year, while the winged figure is wrapping her body in a shroud. The silhouetted flower held by the passing woman is thistle, which often symbolises Sin and earthly suffering. However, the hope for renewal and redemption is indicated by the image of the silhouetted church building in the background (considering the occasion, probably the Church of Nativity) as well as the band of decorative motifs on the left, consisting of three pairs of hands and snowed branches of Christmas tree. In the Christian context, pairs of hands often allude to spiritual power or the conduits to convey spiritual energy, while Christmas trees represent vitality or life force.  Whist these motifs were inspired by the Christian tradition, the idea of ‘mechanical’ hands with cogs is totally unique.  By this,  probably Mucha expressed the power of the mysterious God who governs time and the harmonious working of Nature.” - Mucha Foundation

ouphrontis:

The cover was designed in 1896 for the special Christmas number of the magazine.  As in many examples of Mucha’s designs for magazine covers, this composition is rich with symbolism.  Although we don’t have Mucha’s own writing about the interpretation of this particular design, we  can read the idea behind this cover. as follows.

As indicated by the title of this number ‘1896-Noel-1897’, the magazine marks the turn of the year - the passing of the old year and its renewal.  The pale figure of the dead (or dying) woman in the foreground seems to symbolise the passing year, while the winged figure is wrapping her body in a shroud. The silhouetted flower held by the passing woman is thistle, which often symbolises Sin and earthly suffering. However, the hope for renewal and redemption is indicated by the image of the silhouetted church building in the background (considering the occasion, probably the Church of Nativity) as well as the band of decorative motifs on the left, consisting of three pairs of hands and snowed branches of Christmas tree. In the Christian context, pairs of hands often allude to spiritual power or the conduits to convey spiritual energy, while Christmas trees represent vitality or life force.  Whist these motifs were inspired by the Christian tradition, the idea of ‘mechanical’ hands with cogs is totally unique.  By this,  probably Mucha expressed the power of the mysterious God who governs time and the harmonious working of Nature.” - Mucha Foundation


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Video

//This began the rise of Aperture Science.


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SOMEONE FINALLY SAID IT

So if a teenager is at school for roughly 8 hours, and they are doing homework for 6+ hours, and they need AT LEAST 9 HOURS OF SLEEP FOR THEIR DEVELOPING BRAINS, then they may have 0-1 hours for other activities like eating, bathing, exercise, socializing (which is actually incredibly important for emotional, mental, and physical health, as well as the development of skills vital to their future career and having healthy romantic relationships among other things), religious activities, hobbies, extra curriculars, medical care of any kind, chores (also a skill/habit development thing and required by many parents), relaxation, and family time?  Not to mention that your parents may or may not pressure you to get a job, or you might need to get one for economic reasons.

I will never not reblog this

"…but teenagers have no reason to be stressed."

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twostriptechnicolor:

Inspired by a conversation with Blondell-gazette, I did this thing.

What can I say, I’m a color geek.

Nerd goggles on :)

intergalacticsloth:

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tennants-hair:

VIVA LA PLUTO MOTHERFUCKERS!!!!

DO YOU SEE THIS? DO YOU? ALL OF YOU WHO HAD WRITTEN OFF PLUTO, WHO HAD CROSSED IT OFF YOUR PLANET LIST? REMEMBER HOW IT WAS ‘TOO SMALL” TO BE A PLANET? HOW NASA, IN COLLABORATION WITH THE INTERNATIONAL ASTRONOMICAL UNION REMOVED ITS PLANETARY STATUS AND  CHANGED ITS NAME TO 134340? HOW EVERYONE THEN CONSIDERED THERE TO BE EIGHT PLANETS, NOT NINE?

BUT SOME OF US REMAINED LOYAL TO PLUTO. IT WAS NEVER FORGOTTEN. AND NOW HERE WE ARE, AND JUSTICE IS UPON US AFTER 8 YEARS.

BECAUSE GUESS WHAT? PLUTO HAS AT LEAST FIVE MOONS, A PRETTY BIG NUMBER FOR A ”DWARF-PLANET”, HUH? ESPECIALLY WHEN EARTH, QUITE BIGGER THAN PLUTO AND AN OFFICIAL PLANET ONLY HAS ONE. AND GUESS WHAT ELSE? ERIS, THE PLANET WHICH EVERYONE THOUGHT TO BE BIGGER THAN PLUTO, MAY NOT BE BIGGER AFTER ALL. AND THE BEST PART IS THAT PLUTO HAS AN ATMOSHPERE. THAT’S RIGHT, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, A SUPPOSEDLY NON-PLANET HAS AN ATMOSPHERE. AGAIN, ISN’T THAT IMPRESSIVE?

SO LOOK AT THIS. NEW FINDINGS, AND A NEW AGE FOR PLUTO. AN AGE OF RECOGNITION AND APPRECIATION. AND ALLOW ME TO CLOSE THIS -somewhat aggressive-PRESENTATION OF OPINION WITH THE MOTTO OF THE PLUTO APOLOGISTS: VIVA LA PLUTO!

Get “Viva la Pluto” to be a trending tag

The Pluto fandom doesn’t fuck around

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