Flag Counter it's attached to your rod, motherlicker.

Les amours imaginaires (Xavier Dolan, 2010)

(Source: sylkemindpalace)

lavieaugrandair:

So, I drove up to Yosemite this past weekend. Wow is all I can say.

ALAN, IN EXCHANGE FOR MY GOVERNMENT TEXTBOOKS, I WILL BEG YOU TO TAKE ME WITH YOU

lavieaugrandair:

So, I drove up to Yosemite this past weekend. Wow is all I can say.

ALAN, IN EXCHANGE FOR MY GOVERNMENT TEXTBOOKS, I WILL BEG YOU TO TAKE ME WITH YOU

inspectorholmes asked: *muffled saxophone noises in the distance* quantum physics

image

*this plane of existence makes sense* do squats

jtotheizzoe:

More Than Just Black…
Adam Elsheimer’s The Flight Into Egypt is considered the first known painting to accurately depict the stars of the night sky and the Milky Way. Can you find Ursa Major?
Interestingly, this painting is said to date from around 1609, yet that means it predates Galileo’s first published telescope observations by a year (Galileo’s Sidereus Nuncius was published in 1610, although he made observations in 1609). Any art or science historians know the full story? 
It’s a beautiful thing to see that science has been influencing art for so long.

jtotheizzoe:

More Than Just Black…

Adam Elsheimer’s The Flight Into Egypt is considered the first known painting to accurately depict the stars of the night sky and the Milky Way. Can you find Ursa Major?

Interestingly, this painting is said to date from around 1609, yet that means it predates Galileo’s first published telescope observations by a year (Galileo’s Sidereus Nuncius was published in 1610, although he made observations in 1609). Any art or science historians know the full story? 

It’s a beautiful thing to see that science has been influencing art for so long.

red-lipstick:

Rorik Smith (North Wales) - Library, Corporation St., 2012    Drawings: Wolff’s Carbon Pencil, Conte, Paraloid B67 on Hardwood Ply

red-lipstick:

Rorik Smith (North Wales) - Library, Corporation St., 2012    Drawings: Wolff’s Carbon Pencil, Conte, Paraloid B67 on Hardwood Ply

(Source: roriksmith.co.uk)

unseenbones asked: You finally liked my Hester shaw response, amazing like I was waiting for that

I JUST CHECKED THE TAG I’m so sorry!

But dude! I loved everything you said! but now that you brought it up, I’m gonna nag you with more questions.

"Shaw is my second favorite character"

then who is your first favorite character? (my bet is on shrike/grike)

"she’ll literally leave you for dead if you can’t survive for the next five minutes

no question, I’m just agreeing with this

she was also raised by a robot how cool is that

please factor into our characters, please? 

she wanted to be a ‘normal’ girl… 

Though when you think about it, there are hardly any ‘normal’ characters in Mortal Engines

THANK YOU FOR MENTIONING THIS, I thought it was kind of petty to make her ashamed of her scar, but I think it was really just around Tom that she REALLY began eating her scarf, but still. 

This face, which earned a mother's fear and loathing
A mask, my first unfeeling scrap of clothing

All I could think of was Phantom of the Opera when Natsworthy bought the handkerchief, like….?????

She usually drives the airship more than Tom

well I accept it as canon. but wouldn’t you rather it be Fang? /cries for eternity

You said it all, Alexa. 

Will You Love Me Tomorrow - The Shirelles

Production DesignGattaca (1997)

by Jan Roelfs

aanklam-in-china:

This turtle, they say, is 1,000 years old. He lives on display at the Tusi Castle in Enshi, Hubei.

aanklam-in-china:

This turtle, they say, is 1,000 years old. He lives on display at the Tusi Castle in Enshi, Hubei.

  • Director Josef: We have to ensure that people are meeting their potential.
  • Investigator: Not exceeding it?
  • Director Josef: No one exceeds his potential!
  • Investigator: If he did?
  • Director Josef: It means that we did not accurately gauge his potential in the first place.