Archive for March 13, 2016

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mckirkbyjoja:

leonardrnccoy:

I may throw up on you

Oh Karl, I love you so!

Yeah because these things are connected right?

Seriously if I hear this one more time I’m not responsible for my actions. I’m pierced because I want to be, I like them, I’ve got them for myself and me alone…not to attract anyone or what ever else these idiots think.

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fuck-off-motherfucker:

Perfect! 

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revolutionheart:

LMAO!!!

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landscape-photo-graphy:

Edge by Mikko Lagerstedt

Captivating and illuminating, Finnish photographer Mikko Lagerstedt’s (previously featured here) series entitled, “Edge” featured photographs taken from the “edge of the world.” Covering the seashore and open wide starry sky, Lagerstedt’s photography demonstrates nature’s infinite beauty at the precipice where land and the water meet. Symbolically speaking, he reminds us that each end has a beginning, which reinstates the philosophy of the circle of life.

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‘Rincewind, all the shops have been smashed open, there was a whole bunch of people across the street helping themselves to musical instruments, can you believe that?’

‘Yeah,’ said Rincewind, picking up a knife and testing its blade thoughtfully.  ‘Luters, I expect.’

Terry Pratchett, “The Light Fantastic”
(This was a completely unnecessary pun and that is obviously the best kind.)

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just–space:

Stars and Dust in Corona Australis: Cosmic dust clouds and young, energetic stars inhabit this telescopic vista, less than 500 light-years away toward the northern boundary of Corona Australis, the Southern Crown. The dust clouds effectively block light from more distant background stars in the Milky Way. But the striking complex of reflection nebulae cataloged as NGC 6726, 6727, and IC 4812 produce a characteristic blue color as light from the regions young hot stars is reflected by the cosmic dust. The dust also obscures from view stars still in the process of formation. At the left, smaller yellowish nebula NGC 6729 bends around young variable star R Coronae Australis. Just below it, glowing arcs and loops shocked by outflows from embedded newborn stars are identified as Herbig-Haro objects. On the sky this field of view spans about 1 degree. That corresponds to almost 9 light-years at the estimated distance of the nearby star forming region. via NASA

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