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no, don’t hate today yet bocha..

Charles Bukowski.

gomeanbitchstar:

"Ri-Ri isn’t scared of Katy Perry’s roaring
Queen B’s gone back to the drawing
Lorde smells blood yeah she’s about to slay you
Kid ain’t one to fuck with when shes only on her debut
We’re all watching Gaga lol and haha
Dying for the art so really she’s a martyr
Second best will never cut it for the divas
Give me that crown bitch 
I wanna be Sheezus…”


SLAAAAAAAAAY LILY ALLEN

(via ohhellno)

pbstv:

Meet Lucy, a 3.2 million-year-old ancestor of ours. Though she looks like an ape, her knees were close together, just like a human’s! That positioned her feet directly under her body and made walking easier. 

See the final installment of Your Inner Fish tomorrow night (4/23) on PBS at 10/9c.

littlelimpstiff14u2:

Ceramic Coral Reef by Courtney Mattison

Our Changing Seas III is the third piece in a series of large-scale ceramic coral reef sculptures by artist Courtney Mattison. The sprawling installation is entirely hand-built and is meant to show the devastating transition coral reefs endure when faced with climate change, a process called bleaching. She shares via email:

At its heart, this piece celebrates my favorite aesthetic aspects of a healthy coral reef surrounded by the sterile white skeletons of bleached corals swirling like the rotating winds of a cyclone. There is still time for corals to recover even from the point of bleaching if we act quickly to decrease the threats we impose. Perhaps if my work can influence viewers to appreciate the fragile beauty of our endangered coral reef ecosystems, we will act more wholeheartedly to help them recover and even thrive.

Our Changing Seas III is currently on view at the Tang Museum at Skidmore College through June 15, 2014.

infinity-imagined:

Earth imaged by the Electro-L weather satellite, October 4th-November 4th, 2013.

(Source: eng.ntsomz.ru, via infinity-imagined)

The roof at Masjid Tiban

“ But sometimes it takes more courage to live than to shoot yourself. ”

—    Albert Camus, A Happy Death (via coffeepeople)

(Source: recuperare, via booklover)

Eyyy abis anter Georgie nyanyiiii„