1. 01:43 23rd Apr 2014

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    Reblogged from tastefullyoffensive

    tastefullyoffensive:

[nycgamer]
     
  2. 01:43

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    Reblogged from haveatiggerifficday

    Jemma Simmons + Ties

    (Source: holodaxy)

     
  3. 01:35

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    Tags: more truth than fiction here

    Embrace aging. It’s very simple. As you grow, you learn more. if you stayed at twenty-two, you’d always be as ignorant as you were at twenty-two. Aging is not just decay, you know. It’s growth. It’s more than the negative that you’re going to die, it’s also the positive that you understand you’re going to die, and that you live a better life because of it.
    — Mitch Albom, Tuesdays with Morrie (via creatingaquietmind)
     
  4. 01:33

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    Reblogged from thumbcramps

    thumbcramps:

    i am not a joke or a fetish

     
  5. 18:31 22nd Apr 2014

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    chubbinafatazrelli:

    curvellas:

    keep in mind many men don’t really like women, they like the high regard afforded them by other men when seen with a certain kind of woman. they like the confirmations of their masculinity and sexual prowess when engaging physically with a woman, and they like the ego boost of being attractive to many women. but they do. not. like. women.

    yessssssssssssssss

     
  6. Trying to figure out if I am procrastinating or actually just changing plans to make things easier…

    I was going to go to the building museum today (we have to go to an exhibit that is somehow connected to “urban life” as part of our final) but one of my classmates went last week and said the exhibits were kinda small and he said he couldn’t use them for the final.  It’s also raining, and the place closes at 5, which I did not realize as I was repeatedly hitting the snooze button this morning.

    I think rather than going in the rain and being rushed, I am going to spend some time today seeing if there is anything better I can go to, and if not, building museum tomorrow, with plans to go through both exhibits and if necessary, combine them for the final.

    And as long as I spend what would have been museum time getting other reading done, it’s all good, right?

     
  7. 12:51

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    Reblogged from cwnerd12

    ironchancellorbismarck:

mechcanuck:

slumberblues:

siphersaysstuff:

WHY WAS THIS NOT IN THE FINAL CUT.
Or even the Special Editions. This is GREAT.

C3PO YOU F*CKER

I have a new favorite Star Wars moment.

I love how the guy who opened the door is just like “it’s too late he was a dick any way no one will miss him I’ll just close this door”

    ironchancellorbismarck:

    mechcanuck:

    slumberblues:

    siphersaysstuff:

    WHY WAS THIS NOT IN THE FINAL CUT.

    Or even the Special Editions. This is GREAT.

    C3PO YOU F*CKER

    I have a new favorite Star Wars moment.

    I love how the guy who opened the door is just like “it’s too late he was a dick any way no one will miss him I’ll just close this door”

     
  8. 02:29

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    Reblogged from thumbcramps

    Tags: Mister Donut

    OMG, I so miss Mister Donut.

    OMG, I so miss Mister Donut.

    (Source: vintagefoods)

     
  9. 01:52

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    Reblogged from dullbloodyrose

    Tags: Vincent and the doctor

    (Source: lenmanas)

     
  10. 01:39

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    Reblogged from ancientart

    Tags: post its!

    ancientart:

    Ancient post-it notes!

    romkids:

    How often do you reach for a Post-It note? Maybe you’re making that to do list, or figuring out your groceries. But you know, what if you lived BEFORE Post-It notes or scrap paper? What would you use then?

    In Thebes, where these examples are from, and across the Roman Empire, scraps of used and broken pottery would be used to scribble quick notes. These examples are called ostraka. Most of the ostraka that our conservators and curators are studying right now contain notes on taxes and granary receipts from the second century AD.

    The notes are written in Greek script. Kay Sunahara, ROM archaeologist studying these pieces, described the Greek langage at the time as, “the lingua franca of the Mediterranean”. Greek was the most frequently used written language, used to help bridge the gap between speakers of different languages, much like English today.

    The majority of these pieces we’re found and acquired in the early 1900’s by none other than ROM founder Charles T. Currelly.

    So how are these scrap pieces of pottery useful to archaeology today? Are grocery lists really that vaulabe? For archaeologists, ostraka provide them with a great deal of information about the people who left these notes in the first place. Information such as what people were eating, trading for, in trouble for, and the prices of things, give us a unique look into those who lived far before us, in this case well over a thousand years ago.

    Interestingly enough, it also shows us just how similar we are to those who lived long before. Everyone needs groceries, and a reminder letter, maybe from their mom, or from their husband, of what to get from the store.

    National Archaeology Day takes place on October 20th at the ROM and many other museums around the world!