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grimes-claireboucher:

Cool glasses
https://www.flickr.com/photos/lomophoto/14705785462

Stealing my style. ;)
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techdmendes:

ap0calypses:

lotrlockedwhovian:

I WANT THIS AT WORK

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Lol

techdmendes:

ap0calypses:

lotrlockedwhovian:

I WANT THIS AT WORK

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Lol

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(via CLTure | Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires: Let the Rebellion Begin)

"…Enter Dr. Cooper, Bains’ sophomore year World History teacher. “Dr. Cooper was the first person to steer my rebelliousness in an intellectual direction,” Bain says. “He taught me that when you have that spirit in you, you need to channel it in significant ways.” And Bains has done just that on Dereconstruction, where you can hear the echo of Dr. Cooper’s teachings. Lyrically, it’s packed with intellectual (and downright poetic) musings on what it really means to be southern and all the baggage that brings (the South’s history of racism, closed-mindedness, and corruption dominates Bains’ lyrics). The album elicits the question: can you still love a place while questioning its ideologies?

…It’s exactly the type of intellectual rebellion that Dr. Cooper instilled in him: be loud…but be smart.

…Doubt may be a driving force behind Bains’ lyrics, but punk-like conviction is at the center of The Glory Fires sound. Dereconstruction is Wilson Pickett meets Lynyrd Skynyrd in a dark alley behind CBGBs.”

I dearly love this band. Here’s my own review on LA Beat.

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"I just want to have a completely adventurous, passionate, weird life."

— Jeff Buckley, on moving to New York (via hysterialight)

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the Spiderwick chronicles :-)

Thanks! Guess I need to see that.

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lumos5001:

screaming-till-im-numb:

I want someone to write a book where Mermaids are the women thrown off ships when the sailors got afraid because having a woman on the boat is bad luck. And as they sink to the bottom legs tied together they change slowly until they can breath, until they can use their tied up legs to swim. And they drown sailors in revenge, luring them in by singing in their husky voices still stinging from the salt water they breathed. 

someone please write this

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fuckyeahfelines:

This picture was taken on the last day of Tux’s short life. At only 6, he had to be euthanized due to congestive heart failure and kidney failure. I tried everything I could to bring him back to health, but he didn’t respond to treatment. I’ve been paying the bills, but I just cant seem to catch up. I know everyone is struggling now, but please donate what you can. Anything is appreciated <3
http://www.gofundme.com/b9pvx8
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fuckyeahfelines:

This picture was taken on the last day of Tux’s short life. At only 6, he had to be euthanized due to congestive heart failure and kidney failure. I tried everything I could to bring him back to health, but he didn’t respond to treatment. I’ve been paying the bills, but I just cant seem to catch up. I know everyone is struggling now, but please donate what you can. Anything is appreciated <3

http://www.gofundme.com/b9pvx8

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(via NASA Believes Newest Telescopes Could Spot Extraterrestrial Life Within 20 Years | IFLScience)
"…The first confirmed exoplanet was discovered in 1988. There have since been thousands of candidate exoplanets over the years with over 1800 confirmations, though there are likely billions across the Universe. Data from telescopes like NASA’s Kepler and ESO’s Very Large Telescope have allowed astronomers to discern information about a planet’s composition, atmosphere, potential habitability, and other characteristics as the planet transits the star.
"What we didn’t know five years ago is that perhaps 10 to 20 percent of stars around us have Earth-size planets in the habitable zone," Space Telescope Science Institute director Matt Mountain stated. "It’s within our grasp to pull off a discovery that will change the world forever. It is going to take a continuing partnership between NASA, science, technology, the U.S. and international space endeavors, as exemplified by the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), to build the next bridge to humanity’s future."
…The JWST is currently scheduled to launch in 2018 with an expected mission life of 5-10 years. It will orbit Earth from a distance four times farther than the average distance of the moon, exploring the earliest galaxies in the Universe and studying chemical signals from exoplanet candidates at near- and mid-infrared wavelengths. In addition to the current list of candidate exoplanets, thousands more will be added by Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) which will be able to study stars 30-100 times brighter than those studied by Kepler. TESS is expected to launch in 2017 for its 2 year mission.”

(via NASA Believes Newest Telescopes Could Spot Extraterrestrial Life Within 20 Years | IFLScience)

"…The first confirmed exoplanet was discovered in 1988. There have since been thousands of candidate exoplanets over the years with over 1800 confirmations, though there are likely billions across the Universe. Data from telescopes like NASA’s Kepler and ESO’s Very Large Telescope have allowed astronomers to discern information about a planet’s composition, atmosphere, potential habitability, and other characteristics as the planet transits the star.

"What we didn’t know five years ago is that perhaps 10 to 20 percent of stars around us have Earth-size planets in the habitable zone," Space Telescope Science Institute director Matt Mountain stated. "It’s within our grasp to pull off a discovery that will change the world forever. It is going to take a continuing partnership between NASA, science, technology, the U.S. and international space endeavors, as exemplified by the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), to build the next bridge to humanity’s future."

…The JWST is currently scheduled to launch in 2018 with an expected mission life of 5-10 years. It will orbit Earth from a distance four times farther than the average distance of the moon, exploring the earliest galaxies in the Universe and studying chemical signals from exoplanet candidates at near- and mid-infrared wavelengths. In addition to the current list of candidate exoplanets, thousands more will be added by Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) which will be able to study stars 30-100 times brighter than those studied by Kepler. TESS is expected to launch in 2017 for its 2 year mission.”

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One of my all-time favorites. “Tomorrow” being the other, probably.

(Source: Spotify)

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