alihasagnarlybeard:

babygotbackandsomechickennuggets:

when you go to a friends house and their pet sit next you 

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for fucking real

allaboutmary:

The Assumption day procession in Molfetta, Italy. The statue of Mary was carved by an artist from Naples in the early 19th century.

allaboutmary:

The Assumption day procession in Molfetta, Italy. The statue of Mary was carved by an artist from Naples in the early 19th century.

ruinedchildhood:

Frozen 2 looks great

ruinedchildhood:

Frozen 2 looks great

dukeandsons:

(via Pinterest)
holywerd:

galixies:

wild

Are you fucking kidding me

holywerd:

galixies:

wild

Are you fucking kidding me

i-am-dovahkiin:

perfect game 10/10

unexplained-events:

Codex Seraphinianus

Written in a strange language by Italian architect, Luigi Serafini in 1981. This is one of the strangest encyclopedia ever written.It consists of hand-drawn, colored-pencil illustrations of bizarre and fantastical world. All of it drawn by Serafini himself. Some of the illustrations are considered to be beautiful while others are considered to be a bit more on the disturbing side. 

The only thing known for sure about this book is that “Seraphinianus” is a variation of the author’s name. The alpahabet has about two-dozen characters which relate to nothing else humanity has ever seen.

hello-imaliveandwandwell:

hiroshimalated:

Please keep this circulating. Cops are getting more and more brazen, know your rights!

good to know

"talk dirty to me"

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stereoculturesociety:

CultureHISTORY: The Ferguson Protests - #NMOS14

In light of Mike Brown’s murder, and the police occupation of Ferguson, something extraordinary is happening. With the help of #BlackTwitter, social media, the spotlight of national attention and the impassioned citizens of Ferguson, a protest movement is taking shape and it is important to bear witness.

First there was the #IfTheyGunnedMeDown thread which was reported in the NY Times & LA Times, the #DontShoot thread of photos (some above), and tomorrow a National Moment of Silence across the country for the victims of police brutality.  

Thursday, August 14th#NMOS14 - 4:00P (PT) / 6:00P (CT) / 7:00P (ET). Check cities/location here.

The issue of police brutality against communities of color is a decades-old problem. But with new technology, everyone has access to more information and these cases are getting more attention. Plus, in the last four weeks, four unarmed black men have been killed by policemen across the country. Along with Mike Brown in St. Louis, Eric Garner in New York, John Crawford in Dayton, OH and Ezell Ford in L.A. Yes, it’s time for a movement.