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bootyscientist:

jcoleknowsbest:

talesofthestarshipregeneration:

darvinasafo:

Darren Hunt of Utah

The murder of young Black Men by police continues.

oh for fucks SAKE

Y’all he was shot in the back…. HE WAS SHOT IN THE BACK…

http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/news/58409680-78/family-hunt-moss-police.html.csp

Police say he lunged at them, autopsy shows he was shot in the back, White America sees nothing wrong with it and tells black people to stop playing the race card.

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Like an ongoing comprehensive education of men of what healthy, respectful manhood is all about, and it starts with how we view women. Our language is important. For instance, when a guy says ‘you throw the ball like a girl,’ or ‘you’re a little sissy,’ it reflects an attitude that devalues women. And attitudes will eventually manifest in some fashion.

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gundgallery:

Temari balls are a form of folk art that originated in China and was introduced to Japan in the 7th century. Traditionally, temari balls were given to children from their parents on New Year’s Day. Inside the ball, the mother would have placed a goodwill wish for her child. 

Flickr user, NanaAkua has photographed these temari balls that her 88 year old grandmother has made. 

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Buster Keaton
joias6:

lovely Ammonite with iridescent nacreous layers

joias6:

lovely Ammonite with iridescent nacreous layers

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lizthayracarreraslove:

So funny!

erikkwakkel:

Broidery on a medieval page

Holes in the pages of medieval books are common. They were easily made (by the parchment maker’s knife), as in this wonderful case. Fixing it by stitching the hole together with strings of parchment is also common: parchment makers did it all the time, leaving behind “scars” on the page. What is totally unusual, however, is the repairs seen in this 14th-century book in Uppsala, Sweden. The damage is repaired, or at least masked, by good old broidery. It was done by the nuns who purchased the book in 1417. It is delightful to think that they took the effort to make a medieval hole disappear by replacing it with patterns like this, made up from pieces of silk in the most vivid of colors.

Pics: website of University Library Uppsala. More information about the preservation of this manuscript here. Note 2 August, 2014: the website has been removed but can still be seen via the Web Archive (here).

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kaethebutcherillustrations:

Into The Sun
by Kaethe Butcher

kaethebutcherillustrations:

Into The Sun

by Kaethe Butcher

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sexpansion:

René Magritte - The Lovers (1928) X Crystal Castles - Not in Love (2010)

sexpansion:

René Magritte - The Lovers (1928) X Crystal Castles - Not in Love (2010)

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continentcreative:

South Sudanese model Tina J.

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