April182014
April112014

ultr4violet-us:

  • 10 de Novembro de 1977 - 20 de Dezembro de 2009 †

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8PM

dbvictoria:

Eddie Izzard appreciation post

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7PM
April102014
“Since her death in 1979, the woman who discovered what the universe is made of has not so much as received a memorial plaque. Her newspaper obituaries do not mention her greatest discovery. […] Every high school student knows that Isaac Newton discovered gravity, that Charles Darwin discovered evolution, and that Albert Einstein discovered the relativity of time. But when it comes to the composition of our universe, the textbooks simply say that the most abundant atom in the universe is hydrogen. And no one ever wonders how we know.” Jeremy Knowles, discussing the complete lack of recognition Cecilia Payne gets, even today, for her revolutionary discovery. (via alliterate)

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April82014
starultranova:

Blossom Outfit of the Whenever 1
Season 2 Opening Segment 
I found a new style icon in Blossom Russo, from the 90s series Blossom. Blossom is like Clarissa and Punky in that she utilizes fun mix and match outfits. I have heard her style called “hobo” chic” before and it usually involves slouchiness and kitsch. In this amazing outfit from the Season 2 opening, In this one, she’s paired bright fruit-print overalls with a baggy sky-blue mens’ button down. 
I’ve only just started watching this series and already I’m loving her style! 

starultranova:

Blossom Outfit of the Whenever 1

Season 2 Opening Segment 

I found a new style icon in Blossom Russo, from the 90s series Blossom. Blossom is like Clarissa and Punky in that she utilizes fun mix and match outfits. I have heard her style called “hobo” chic” before and it usually involves slouchiness and kitsch. In this amazing outfit from the Season 2 opening, In this one, she’s paired bright fruit-print overalls with a baggy sky-blue mens’ button down. 

I’ve only just started watching this series and already I’m loving her style! 

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April12014
red-lipstick:

Katarina Nedeljkovic (Kragujevac, Serbia) - Thinking, 2013     Drawings: Charcoal

red-lipstick:

Katarina Nedeljkovic (Kragujevac, Serbia) - Thinking, 2013     Drawings: Charcoal

(Source: saatchiart.com, via flamshed)

4PM

herooflife:

do u ever look at girls and just sigh because you’re really gay like really fucking gay

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12PM

wantgarments:

Embroidered Cat Shirts By Hiroko Kubota

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8AM
anagrammaton:

This is the Albert Barracks wall, the oldest surviving British military structure in the country. The Albert Barracks was built when my ancestor Hone Heke burned the capital city of the colonial government to the fucking ground in 1845. The rectangular slits you can see around the top of the wall are holes for soldiers to put their guns through and shoot Maori. The wall was built by Maori who, as the New Zealand Historic Places Trust are eager to mention, were paid by the crown for their labour. The fact that they only even needed to work to survive because of the British colonial military presence here goes, of course, unremarked on.
See that building behind the wall? That’s the University of Auckland’s general library, where I am sitting literally right now, looking down on this fucking colonial murder relic which has been preserved like some looming, aching reminder of my place in this country. The land under our feet is warm and rich with the blood of almost a thousand years of my ancestors’ buried afterbirths but these ugly monuments to invasion and terrorism get to squat on top of them. Sickening.

anagrammaton:

This is the Albert Barracks wall, the oldest surviving British military structure in the country. The Albert Barracks was built when my ancestor Hone Heke burned the capital city of the colonial government to the fucking ground in 1845. The rectangular slits you can see around the top of the wall are holes for soldiers to put their guns through and shoot Maori. The wall was built by Maori who, as the New Zealand Historic Places Trust are eager to mention, were paid by the crown for their labour. The fact that they only even needed to work to survive because of the British colonial military presence here goes, of course, unremarked on.

See that building behind the wall? That’s the University of Auckland’s general library, where I am sitting literally right now, looking down on this fucking colonial murder relic which has been preserved like some looming, aching reminder of my place in this country. The land under our feet is warm and rich with the blood of almost a thousand years of my ancestors’ buried afterbirths but these ugly monuments to invasion and terrorism get to squat on top of them. Sickening.

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