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I’ll smash your face into the curb until your teeth are ground to dust.

weaponslover:

How an AK-47 works

desireecremona:

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Working on folio is so incredibly daunting. It’s nice to have a nice face to look at. This is my girl Rakeisha who is an absolute saint. Love her to pieces.

vnveiled:

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iampaigie:

lceburgs:

these are fucking paintings

I saw the caption and I died

these are my favorite.

fucking beautiful, wow

skaisnotdead:

solar-tsunami:

Autocats roll out!

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clay-dol:

Hello everyone.

I’m studying in my fourth year of psychology, and I’m currently undertaking a research project in the field of resilience, our ability to adapt and thrive in the face of great stress and adversity. It would be really helpful and much appreciated if you’d take…

clay-dol:

Hello everyone.

I’m studying in my fourth year of psychology, and I’m currently undertaking a research project in the field of resilience, our ability to adapt and thrive in the face of great stress and adversity. It would be really helpful and much appreciated if you’d take…

"And as things fell apart, nobody paid much attention."

Recent picture taken in Gaza.

thebsdboys:

A multitude of chill dogs, for your viewing pleasure.

futurescope:

A Desirable-Future Haiku - The coming hundred years, in one hundred words

Great experiment from Kevin Kelly, who wrote a couple of days ago on twitter:

Now he published all of the 23 submissions in a long and entertaining read on medium. Go ahead and read it. It’s definitely worth the time. Works well with the Design Fiction project from Adrian Hon: A History of the Future in 100 Objects (currently reading).

[Kevin Kelly: Future Haikus] [illustrations: Clay Rodery]