1. 00:51 18th Apr 2014

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    sage-of-winds:

    giddytf2:

    I am glad cartoons like this exist for current generations of kids.

    Re-blogging ‘cause TRUTH.

    (Source: bullshit-time)

     
  2. 00:43

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    image: Download

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  5. 00:17

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    Have some humanity. Haven’t any of you ever had a dream?

    (Source: wearyvoices)

     
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  7. 19:37 17th Apr 2014

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    snapchatting:

     don’t do anything stupid

     
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    heartisbreaking:

Rainy streets by Sandro Bisaro on Flickr.
     
  11. 00:26

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    aegisaglow:

stinkmits:

the assassination of Julius Caesar  

It was flawless because technically it wasn’t murder, but a calculated setup of fatal circumstances. The plan was executed not by one person, but by a consortium between five and thirteen like-minded gentlemen, who each, on the chosen day, independently, committed an act assigned by the central planner, the engineer. Viewed individually, these acts were lawful, even ordinary, and yet in a concentrated period of time, they combined to elicit a perfectly lethal state of affairs, in which the intended victim has no choice but to die. (x)

    aegisaglow:

    stinkmits:

    the assassination of Julius Caesar  

    It was flawless because technically it wasn’t murder, but a calculated setup of fatal circumstances. The plan was executed not by one person, but by a consortium between five and thirteen like-minded gentlemen, who each, on the chosen day, independently, committed an act assigned by the central planner, the engineer. Viewed individually, these acts were lawful, even ordinary, and yet in a concentrated period of time, they combined to elicit a perfectly lethal state of affairs, in which the intended victim has no choice but to die. (x)

     
  12. 00:17

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    just-invincible:


La Dispute - First Reactions After Falling Through the Ice
By: Justin

    just-invincible:

    La Dispute - First Reactions After Falling Through the Ice
    By: Justin
     
  14. 01:49 16th Apr 2014

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    thefilmstage:

The first trailer for Chef finds Jon Favreau deliciously returning to his roots.
Read our SXSW review.

    thefilmstage:

    The first trailer for Chef finds Jon Favreau deliciously returning to his roots.

    Read our SXSW review.

     
  15. 00:52

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    myampgoesto11:

    Nikolaus Gansterer: The Gray Matter Hypothesis

    chalk drawing on black wall, 2013

    a diagram showing internal correlations and their external consequences marked out by key figures of thought balancing between reflecting and representing symbols of power affected by the structures of human experience and the various forms of interpretation.”

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