thenightlymirror:

erythroplasia-of-queyrat:

Tumblr sitcom idea: we try to find thenightlymirror a date on OKCupid; he is killed and eaten by a Kent nurse

I’m game.

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blastedheath:

Hanns Diehl-Wallendorf (Austrian, 1877-1946), Waldweg [Forest path]. Mixed media on paper, 24 x 25 cm.

blastedheath:

Hanns Diehl-Wallendorf (Austrian, 1877-1946), Waldweg [Forest path]. Mixed media on paper, 24 x 25 cm.

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nevver:

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retronauthq:

1845: Daguerreotypist with Daguerreotypes
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retronauthq:

1845: Daguerreotypist with Daguerreotypes


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micdotcom:

Police launched tear gas and stun grenades on protesters in Ferguson last night 

The scene in Ferguson turned violent once again on Monday night after repeated clashes between police and protesters.

Law enforcement officials said early Tuesday that they “came under heavy gunfire” and had arrested 31 people by the end of the evening, Reuters reports.

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blastedheath:

Bill Hammond (New Zealand, b. 1947), Moa Hunter Cave 2, 2009. Acrylic on canvas, 90 x 60 cm.

blastedheath:

Bill Hammond (New Zealand, b. 1947), Moa Hunter Cave 2, 2009. Acrylic on canvas, 90 x 60 cm.

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zazzle-poetry:

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labellefilleart:

The Picnic, Salvador Dali

labellefilleart:

The Picnic, Salvador Dali

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datajuice:

A definition of phrenology with chart from Webster’s Academic Dictionary, circa 1895.

datajuice:

A definition of phrenology with chart from Webster’s Academic Dictionary, circa 1895.

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riccardoguasco:

After Ellsworth Kelly  Digital Illustration Riccardo Guasco 2014

riccardoguasco:

After Ellsworth Kelly
Digital Illustration
Riccardo Guasco 2014

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The mind is capable of any selfishness and it thinks unworthy things whether you want to or not. Best to admit it is a bad child rather than to pretend it is always a good one. Because a bad child can improve but a good one is a liar and nothing can improve a liar. John Steinbeck, from Steinbeck: A Life In Letters

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