I wonder if it does that every time?

droid02:

transpotter:

everyone go send time magazine “Where is Laverne Cox?” in their ask box

heres the link to their ask box

mermaid613:

talking-with-dragons:

surejohn221b:

I CAN’T CHOOSE A FAVORITE

Do you fry.

I want to reblog this forever

gameraboy:

"I feel like a fifth wheel here.  Is there anything I can  do?"

"I don’t know.  Is there anything you can do?"

"I can drive that loader.  I’ve got a Class Two rating."

alvaroarbehoa:

man when I like a joke, I *like* a joke, like 5 yrs after everyone else has moved on I’m still cracking up

cross-connect:

Mika Aoki  ’ Singing Glass ‘

Japanese artist Mika Aoki embraces the dichotomous nature of glass’s solidity yet fragility. She says of the translucent material: “Unless light shines on it, we can’t confirm the existence of it because it is transparent. But once the light shines on it, glass truly emanates a special presence.” In her series of works titled Singing Glass, the artist presents glass morphed into amoebic and otherworldly forms that leaves the viewer mesmerized. In any other medium, the pieces would lose their intrigue.

Looking through the sculptor’s portfolio, there is a surreal mix of science gone awry and fairy tale-like icy enchantment. In a number of her works, there are glass creatures and abstract figures encased within glass containers, like lab experiments. Because of the dual layers of clear elements, some of the structures within actually look like more like water bubbles. The other pieces that are not trapped within clear encasements, they echo the luminosity and sharp crystallization of ice.

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heronswing:

Hey Crime fiction writers. Here’s an oft-cited reference chart to show you what different bullets look like going in and coming out.

heronswing:

Hey Crime fiction writers. Here’s an oft-cited reference chart to show you what different bullets look like going in and coming out.

synthesine:

his personal hell

synthesine:

his personal hell