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Nullius in Verba
My friends can sing Barbie Girl better than your friends.
24th July 2014
59492 steps
23rd July 2014
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chungsun:

Garden Friends.

xcitylove even my eyebrow has a funny tan line.

22nd July 2014
7256 steps

ewkpop:

rapmonsters:

LOOK at THIS SHIT

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HOW THE FUCK IS THIS SUPPOSED TO BE SEXY? SEDUCTIVE BEDROOM EYES AND LIPBITE DOESNT DO SHIT WHEN YOURE SQUIRTING KETCHUP 50 MPH AND YOUR FUCKING HOT DOG IS DROWNING what the FUCK MINHYUK

hey, he was confused too man..

http://24.media.tumblr.com/90fcd0cd0687da344bdfb50a4aeb7e2b/tumblr_mgeb4ueyBT1rtagb6o1_r1_500.gif

shhhh yes just squeeze it don’t ask questions IT’S SEXY KETCHUP OKAY

22nd July 2014
88 steps

ggaeal:

준머니 올리는거 또 까묵음 쒀리 ㅜ
Suho wangjanm wallpaper
Reference photo: KINDLY

22nd July 2014
187650 steps

puppyluver43:

I don’t like morning people or mornings or people

22nd July 2014
1 steps

xcitylove i let a stranger do my eyebrows. Im traumatized.

21st July 2014
590 steps

dichotomized:

The Island of the Dolls is in south of Mexico City and is the current home of hundreds of terrifying, mutilated dolls. Their severed limbs, decapitated heads, and blank eyes adorn trees, fences and nearly every available surface. The dolls appear menacing even in the bright light of midday, but in the dark they are particularly haunting.

21st July 2014
142 steps
The First Men on the Moon: The Apollo 11 Lunar Landing →
http://www.firstmenonthemoon.com/

smartereveryday:

smartereveryday:

Apollo 11 landed on the moon 45 years ago.  As we remember such an awesome event I would like to take a moment and comment on something that’s pretty interesting to me.  The people that made the moon landing were yes… American.  But they were men.  Simple men, with hearts that beat, minds that wandered, and brows that sweat.  Have you ever thought about that?

I work with dangerous stuff.  Often when people hear what I do they say something about how cool or exciting it is.  Well…. yes… and no.  When you’re doing the thing that you’ve trained on forever and ever, you kind of get lost in the moment.  You don’t think “Hey, I’m about to shoot this really awesome rocket”, you think about the minutia.  You’ve programmed your mind to pay attention to the checklist.  You’re lost in little words like “harness”, and “arming”.  I can only imagine that’s what was going on with every single person involved in the moon landing.  

Tyler ham has combined all the data from the actual moon landing and lined it up temporally on http://www.firstmenonthemoon.com/ so that it can be replayed in “real time”.  This is an incredible piece of internet architecture that blends science, history, and technology.  I want you to re-watch the moon landing on Tyler’s site and experience it in a new way.  Think not only of a great achievement of mankind…. but think about the hearts beating… AND WATCH THE TELEMETRY of those actual heartbeats.  Watch as Neil Armstrong’s heart rate speeds up as he nears the lunar surface.  Think about Mike Collins in Lunar Orbit listening to the whole thing knowing that if something went wrong with his crew mates he would be returning home alone. Can you imagine?  Feel the muted enthusiasm of the mission control room as the men approach the regolith.  Listen to Gene Kranz as he controls a room full of men at the helm of the most sophisticated technology known to man at that point.  Listen as Charlie Duke tries to clearly and concisely communicate with the fewest number of words possible, knowing that if he task saturates Armstrong and Aldrin he could jeopardize their hope of return.

For one moment, isolate yourself from the glory and aura of the successful moon landing and try to place yourself back on the other side of that point in time.  The point BEFORE men had safely landed on the moon and returned.  Be aware of your own pulse as you descend to the lunar surface.  Pretend you’re in that state of flux, not knowing if you’ll die, or survive.  Remember…. you still have a lunar rendezvous, deorbit burn, and reentry to all happen flawlessly.

For just one moment, cut off your phone, ignore all distractions, place yourself at July 20th, 1969 at 20:07 and spend 10 minutes heading towards the lunar surface yourself.  I did, and my pulse began to rise.  Then again… I hadn’t trained for hundreds of hours on this checklist. 

Regards,

Destin

Smarter Every Day

Watch, listen, and relive the excitement of the Apollo 11 lunar landing as experienced minute-by-minute by the courageous crew of Apollo 11 and Mission Control.

Today.

21st July 2014
544234 steps

sovji:

*steals ur credit card*

hasta la visa

21st July 2014
54535 steps

natgeofound:

Three shafts of sunlight illuminate the basilica and its mosaic floor in the Vatican, December 1971.
Photograph by Albert Moldvay, National Geographic

阿把 brew. To bad its the last bottle :(

More 九寨沟 pictures.

20th July 2014
12808 steps

ted:

Eerie, beautiful, captivating images of sea urchins mating and being born (that little triangle guy is a baby sea urchin).

These are a glimpse of how life begins in the deep ocean — and there’s a lot of life down there. The oceans provide about 190 times as much living space as every other space on Earth — soil, air and fresh water — put together. A vast array of amazing creatures live in the depths of this watery world. Squid, jellyfish, and plankton are just a few of our favorites (all shown as tiny babies in that last gif).

Learn more here »

19th July 2014
6230 steps
Dip
by Danny Brown
from Old
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