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Aug
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Beastie Boys | So What’cha Want | Muppets Version

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Aug
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I’m the kind on the left.

Left all the way down except for coffee.

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Jul
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Jul
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One of the paradoxes of our time is that the War on Terror has served mainly to reinforce a collective belief that maintaining the right amount of fear and suspicion will earn one safety. Fear is promoted by the government as a kind of policy. Fear is accepted, even among the best-educated people in this country, even among the professors with whom I work, as a kind of intelligence. And inspiring fear in others is often seen as neighborly and kindly, instead of being regarded as what my cousin recognized it for - a violence.

Eula Bliss ‘Notes From No Man’s Land’

this is a book that needs to be read…

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Jul
20th
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Charming Illustrated Cinemagraphs Reflect The Idyllic Mood Of Lazy Summer Days

by Rebecca Mock 

You can feel each one…

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Jun
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Source: Geekologie

Source: Geekologie

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felistella:

in what universe could I possibly resist this?

felistella:

in what universe could I possibly resist this?

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Jun
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silentgiantla:

Artist Paints Hyper-Realistic Art That Feature Old-School Snacks And Comics

Florida-based artist Doug Bloodworth is a photorealist painter whose works are influenced by American western classics. 

His oil paintings are unbelievably realistic and feature old-school snacks together with classic comics that are sure to bring back a sense of nostalgia. 

Bloodworth begins his painting on a blank canvas, without the help of grids and each artwork can take him over two months to complete. 

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