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M.C. Escher (Dutch, 1898-1972)

The 2nd Day of Creation, 1925

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Games with English: insert the word “only” anywhere into the above sentence and consider how the placement changes meaning.

… This makes me so happy.

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This is an exceptional display piece with a huge 9 inch wide Hammathoceras ammonite mounted on a sculpted block of matrix along with 4 Pseudogrammoceras ammonites. Just added for sale at FossilEra.com

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Kids please don’t think that it’s unusual or special to be dating someone with whom you can watch netflix and eat pizza and hold hands and also have hot sex with

It concerns me when I see millions of notes on a post that’s like “fuck me hard but also be sweet with me”

Like what kinds of relationships are you in that you think this is a revolutionary thing to ask

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Digital sculpting by Kyuin Shim, artist from Seoul, Repulic of Korea.

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As exercise, I’ll be sharing a drop of my inspiration folder each day for a month. The theme will remain unspoken and will be relaxed yet connected. Let me know what you think and if you’d like to suggest a topic :)

Week one round up: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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you can take one man’s trash to another man’s treasure but you can’t make it drink

Fun fact: the blending of idioms or cliches is called a malaphor.

My personal favorite is “We’ll burn that bridge when we get to it.”

I looked it up b/c that was a very familiar idiom and how could it be wrong but then


yeah wow that’s spot on perfect

my catchphrase

"…Rich people don’t riot because they have other forms of influence. Riots are a class act.”

Nobody in their right mind wants more violent protests. But nobody wants more Michael Browns either. And those two things – the violence of the state and the violence of the street – are connected. “A riot,” said Martin Luther King, “is the language of the unheard.” The people on the streets don’t donate thousands of dollars to anyone’s campaign. They don’t get a seat at any table where decisions are made or have the ear of the powerful. But with four black men killed by the police in the country in the last four weeks, they have a lot to say, and precious few avenues through which to say it. The question now is who’s listening. 
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text post meme: howard stark edition

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