the best possible compliment u can give a girl is to call her a goddess like heck yeah man i will get jealous and kill mortals who are cuter than me and inadvertently cause like 3 world wars when i get bored and i will wear billowing robes of woven nebulae with eyeliner as sharp and obsidian as Krono’s sickle and burn alive the unworthy flesh of any man who dares to gaze upon my true form
24 Nov 2013 @ 02:00PM /
Alice Denham, Miss July 1956.
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24 Nov 2013 @ 01:00PM /
The ‘Game of Thrones’ cast and fan encounters
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24 Nov 2013 @ 12:00PM /
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probably the scariest thing about Pokemon is that there are canonically no regular animals in the world. think about that. whalers hunted Wailords for their oil and blubber. Magikarp are fried up and served for dinner and once every few months a Magikarp hatchery probably has a disaster where one of them accidentally evolves and destroys the entire facility. sometimes a sewer pipe will get clogged and they’ll send a repairman down to look into it and he shines his flashlight into the darkness only to illuminate hundreds or pairs of Grimer and Muk eyes and he prays to God before remembering that God is a pokemon too
24 Nov 2013 @ 11:00AM /
TAGGED AS: pokemon
23 Nov 2013 @ 06:00PM /
TAGGED AS: lingerie
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23 Nov 2013 @ 05:00PM /
'Wearing a corset is liberating!' Meet the woman living a modern-day Victorian life - with no cell phone, car, or home appliances
For one Seattle resident, embracing the corset in the 21st century has been a tool of empowerment — not oppression.
For the last four years, 33-year-old Sarah Chrisman has not only worn a corset on a daily basis, she has also unabashedly embraced the 19th century, deciding to live a wholly Victorian-era lifestyle.
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23 Nov 2013 @ 04:00PM /
Juxtaposed JFK Assassination Photos with Contemporary Dallas
Today, November 22, 1963, is the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas. Photographer Doug McCluer has created a striking series of photographs in which he recreates scenes from the assassination in contemporary Dallas.
McCluer has taken original snapshots from the JFK assassination and juxtaposed them with in their original locations. In the first photo, McCluer holds up a black and white image of Jacqueline Kennedy climbing up on the presidential limo after her husband was shot in Dallas on November 22, 1963 — exactly 50 years ago today.
The comparison between the events of that tragic day with the quiet Dallas street scenes fifty years later creates striking images that are both poignant and heartbreaking. It is considered one of the most important events in the United States as it changed the course of history forever.
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23 Nov 2013 @ 03:00PM /
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