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Aug 22, 2014 / 318 notes
sex-death-rebirth:

Tarot of the Holy Light
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fuckitfireeverything:


vmsterdvm:

Daniel & Willy


#i’m more than fairly sure that i’ve seen this post tagged ‘jesus and judas’ and really is there anything more accurate than that
Aug 22, 2014 / 15,547 notes
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coalcorvidaecrucifix:

21|7|14 [x]

jibadojo:

Su - Seisho Nanatsu Iroha
Aug 22, 2014 / 48 notes

jibadojo:

Su - Seisho Nanatsu Iroha

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Aug 21, 2014 / 53,106 notes

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Aug 21, 2014 / 801 notes

trigonometry-is-my-bitch:

Gravity wells - 

A Gravity well or gravitational well is defined as “a conceptual model of the gravitational field surrounding a body in space.”

The more massive the body, the deeper and more extensive the gravity well associated with it. The Sun is very massive, relative to other bodies in the Solar System, so its gravity well appears “deep” and far-reaching.

(picture a very heavy object sinking deep into a bed mattress; the more mass the object has the deeper it sinks in and creates a deeper sinkhole; a deeper sink hole will pull in any nearby objects towards the centre object with greater influence. Objects of  mass bend the fabric of spacetime this way also as the theory of general relativity explains) 

a video example

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Aug 21, 2014 / 1,084 notes

generic-art:

Kristian Hammerstad

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buggirl:

Moth looks like he’s dressed for a winter storm, and not life in the tropical rainforest.
Help buggirl help the rainforest
Aug 21, 2014 / 178 notes

buggirl:

Moth looks like he’s dressed for a winter storm, and not life in the tropical rainforest.

Help buggirl help the rainforest

theunderestimator:

Johnny Rotten and Joan Jett in 1978, photographed in their early 20s by Jenny Lens as young and carefree punk rock brats, so unaware of their future impact on rock`n`roll history.
Aug 21, 2014 / 2,935 notes

theunderestimator:

Johnny Rotten and Joan Jett in 1978, photographed in their early 20s by Jenny Lens as young and carefree punk rock brats, so unaware of their future impact on rock`n`roll history.

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sassy-chaos:

Sorry
Aug 21, 2014 / 59 notes

sassy-chaos:

Sorry

Good morning Revolution:
You are the best friend
I ever had.
We gonna pal around together from now on.
Say, listen, Revolution:
You know the boss where I used to work,
The guy that gimme the air to cut expenses,
He wrote a long letter to the papers about you:
Said you was a trouble maker, a alien-enemy,
In other words a son-of-a-bitch.
He called up the police
And told’em to watch out for a guy
Named Revolution

You see,
The boss knows you are my friend.
He sees us hanging out together
He knows we’re hungry and ragged,
And ain’t got a damn thing in this world –
And are gonna to do something about it.

The boss got all his needs, certainly,
Eats swell,
Owns a lotta houses,
Goes vacationin’,
Breaks strikes,
Runs politics, bribes police
Pays off congress
And struts all over earth –

But me, I ain’t never had enough to eat.
Me, I ain’t never been warm in winter.
Me, I ain’t never known security –
All my life, been livin’ hand to mouth
Hand to mouth.

Listen, Revolution,
We’re buddies, see –
Together,
We can take everything:
Factories, arsenals, houses, ships,
Railroads, forests, fields, orchards,
Bus lines, telegraphs, radios,
(Jesus! Raise hell with radios!)
Steel mills, coal mines, oil wells, gas,
All the tools of production.
(Great day in the morning!)
Everything –
And turn’em over to the people who work.
Rule and run’em for us people who work.

Boy! Them radios!
Broadcasting that very first morning to USSR:
Another member of the International Soviet’s done come
Greetings to the Socialist Soviet Republics
Hey you rising workers everywhere greetings –
And we’ll sign it: Germany
Sign it: China
Sign it: Africa
Sign it: Italy
Sign it: America
Sign it with my one name: Worker
On that day when no one will be hungry, cold oppressed,
Anywhere in the world again.

That’s our job!

I been starvin’ too long
Ain’t you?

Let’s go, Revolution!

Langston Hughes

Poem, “Good Morning Revolution.” Published in 1932.

Just…wow. I mean…goosebumps all over my body every time I read this. When he wrote "you’re the best friend I ever had," as if the commitment to change through collective power among the powerless is something that breathes life too…I just…I get a little emotional. That’s all. Whew.

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Aug 20, 2014 / 244 notes
agelfeygelach:

Happy buggy!
Aug 20, 2014 / 8,159 notes

agelfeygelach:

Happy buggy!

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nickdrake:

David Bowie, 1973. Photo: Masayoshi Sukita.
Aug 20, 2014 / 605 notes

nickdrake:

David Bowie, 1973. Photo: Masayoshi Sukita.

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