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18. Mexico City. Madonna & Lady Gaga. Other things that I like/love.
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  • a warm album, with deep, gently pulsating grooves

    (Source: monica-ciccone, via justifyymylove)

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  • erectpeeniss:

    idealfry:

    weareabouttoexploode:

    Mockingjay- Comic Con 2014

    Peeta & Johanna in fucking 3D!!

    I bet they’re fucking holograms!

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  • mymodernmet:

    Artist Vik Muniz uses thousands of torn scraps of paper to recreate classical, 19th-century paintings from the likes of Van Gogh, Manet, and Degas.

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  • (Source: stars-in-streams, via munkyboy)

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  • (Source: ladygagadaily)

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    • LOTR Fandom: Our movies are great! We love them
    • Hunger Games Fandom: Us too! We're really grateful to have such an amazing series so far
    • The Book Thief Fandom: Our movie was literally perfect
    • The Maze Runner Fandom: I can't WAIT until our movie gets released! The author said there are a few small differences but that's fine, he said they only took out unimportant things
    • Harry Potter Fandom: WAHHH WAHHH WAHHH OUR MOVIES SUCK THERE ARE ENDLESS THINGS THAT SHOULDVE BEEN IN THE MOVIE THEY DIDNT PORTRAY HARRY AS SASSY AS POSSIBLE AND VOLDEMORT WAS SUPPOSED TO DIE A MORTAL DEATH AND DUMBLEDORE ISNT AS ERRATIC AND MYSTERIOUS
    • LOTR Fandom:
    • Hunger Games Fandom:
    • The Book Thief Fandom:
    • The Maze Runner Fandom:
    • Every fandom:
    • Percy Jackson Fandom: *breaks down crying*
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  • unwinona:

    tattoos-n-tokes:

    this is why the world is beautiful, maybe its just me but i find this cool as fuck

    "Your kid says hi." -The sun

    (Source: rage-comics-base, via aedes-saturnus)

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  • socialistexan:

    somewhereontheleft:

    micdotcom:

    One headline perfectly captures the U.S. media’s Israel problem

    Cairo-based photojournalist Mosa’ab Elshamy caught this headline from the Monday edition of the Baltimore Sun that seems to capture Palestinian sympathizers’ frustration with mainstream media coverage of the ongoing conflict in Gaza. While Israeli combat fatalities are given up-front attention, Palestinian fatalities are brushed off as “others.”

    Why you should care | Follow micdotcom 

    Hundreds of innocents Palestinians died before any Israeli solider was killed. Let’s think about that again, hundreds of murdered civilians vs less than 20 SOLDIERS. Liberal Media my Ass.

    But, see, this is precisely Liberal bias.

    Liberalism is absolutely sympathetic/supportive of Israel, just as it is to all neoliberal imperialism.

    What if we better focus on the fact that regardless their nationalities, innocent people are dying, actual human beings.

    (via munkyboy)

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  • supersonicart:

    Isaac Cordal’s “Cement Eclipses.”

    Isaac Cordal places different miniature statues into his local landscape of Chiapas, Mexico to create an entirely new sense of place once the objects inhabit their chosen situation.  Stories develop organically from the objects and, especially with these skeletal versions, take on a metaphorical prowess to the pleasing street art.  See more below!

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    (via munkyboy)

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  • prostheticknowledge:

    "My saddest photo yet …"

    Alexander Gerst, an astronaut currently based at the International Space Station, takes a photograph over Gaza at night:

    My saddest photo yet. From we can actually see explosions and rockets flying over &

    https://twitter.com/Astro_Alex/status/492003157531451392

    (via aedes-saturnus)

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  • arpeggia:

    Gustav Klimt - Death and Life, 1916

    (via catholicguiltisabitch)

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  • tumblropenarts:

    Artist Name: Mark Spokes

    Tumblr: MARK-SPOKES.COM

    The Palace of Westminster (AKA The Houses of Parliament) over look a tranquil River Thames. The Houses of Parliament is most famous for the Clock Tower on the Northern flank, known world-wide as Big Ben. Big Ben however, is actually the name of the Bell held within the Clock Tower, whilst the tower itself is known as the Elizabeth Tower, as of September 2012. The Original Palace was destroyed in 1834 by a fire, and was subsequently rebuilt over the course of 30 years, finally being completed in 1870. The Elizabeth Tower was completed 12 years earlier however, in 1858, and remains to this day as the worlds Tallest four-faced chiming clock.

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