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April 01 2017

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animajation:

Some Blues in outfits I found on the Forever 21 website

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castiel-knight-of-hell:

this is why I love this joke:

Jesus was fond of telling his followers not to worry about how they’d afford food tomorrow because God would provide. But Jesus told them this while handing out free bread and encouraging them to help people who were in need, making them the outlet through which God would provide for others

My mother was a waitress, we live in an area that has a lot of Christians and people would often stiff her on tips. Instead they’d leave a pamphlet with quotes from Jesus saying not to worry because God would provide

Jesus’ message was never that God would magically put food on people’s tables. God would provide opportunities to help each other, like the boat captains offering to help the dying man. That only works if people actually help each other

When I first heard this joke as a teenager I laughed at the guy who didn’t take the help that was offered to him. As an adult, I think of all the Christian politicians who vote against food stamps and I want to tell them “You were the boat captain but you steered away from the man in need instead of offering him help. Is that really what God wanted you to do?”

March 18 2017

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crossconnectmag:

Fantasy Art by Japanese Artist Miho Hirano

Miho Hirano is a Japanese artist living in Abiko, Chiba.  She is a graduate of Musashino Art University.  The fantasy world Miho paints is inhabited by ephemeral women who seem to be merging with their environment as their hair flows into flowering tree limbs, bird filled bushes, and drifting seaweed.  Not knowing all the cultural significance of the natural world in her paintings makes it hard to truly appreciate her work, but it is easy to fall in love with the wonderful women and world that she has created.  Miho Hirano’s work is in a group display at the Jiro Miura Gallery in Japan until August 15, 2015.  Thanks to Hi-Fructose.  You can see Miho Hirano’s portfolio at mihohirano.strikingly.com


The world is full of art - see more at our Facebook Page.  Posted by Lisa.

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birdandmoon:

Feeling small? Here’s some motivation(?) from an owl.

(Note: Northern Pygmy-Owls don’t really catch moose, but they have been recorded dispatching red squirrels, northern flickers, and Gambel’s quails. They mostly hunt smaller things, though.)

odysseiarex:

shit that happens in like every production of hamlet:

  • ophelia has a bundle of letters in the nunnery scene
  • hamlet takes the letters and rips them up while yelling at her

shit that SHOULD happen in a production of hamlet:

  • ophelia has a bundle of letters in the nunnery scene
  • hamlet doesn’t lay a finger on them
  • after hamlet yells and exits, ophelia opens up the bundle
  • and slowly, carefully, methodically, tears each piece of paper to shreds
  • and gets up, and walks away
  • and leaves her father and the king to clean up the scraps
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sibyllinesketchblog:

Flowery girls

From my instagram @sibylline_m

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Now I am clothed in gold air with one dozen halos glistening on my skin.
— Anne Sexton, from “Hurry Up Please It’s Time” featured in The Complete Poems  (via watchoutforintellect)
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knightofleo:

Jeffrey Smith
what only exists in the mind
as long as you’re still breathing
theories of light 1
theories of light 2
surrender
upon the sanguine shores
every atom in me
reflection in the sky

March 17 2017

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andallthatmishigas:

shanology:

Mansplaining: The tweet.

This is performance art.

transfemale:

When someone follows you and they’re NOT a porn bot:

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npr:

To President Trump, bigger is better.

But when it comes to the health care bill, the Trump administration believes smaller is better.

When House Republicans released their plan to repeal and replace Obamacare, press secretary Sean Spicer brought props to his daily briefing — a table next to his lectern with the 123-page GOP bill, sitting next to a 974-page Affordable Care Act.

Politicians have criticized long bills for decades, and that history shows a few reasons why people feel (or say they feel) that those bills are a problem. And a thousand pages might sound insane to people who don’t read legislation on a daily basis. But there are substantive reasons why bills can become so large. First, making laws is harder than it looks. Second, polarization means bills are crammed full of things. And third, some policy areas are just super complicated. 

Just Because A Bill Is Long Doesn’t Mean It’s Bad

Image by Alex Wong/Getty Images; Chart by Danielle Kurtzleben

Bayard Rustin

missedinhistory:

Bayard Rustin was born on this day in 1912. 

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baja-baja:

Francois Morellet, pi Piquant neonly n° 6 1=10° vertical

Light-Object, neon lights

floozys:

*grown ass 18+ yo*: “XD”

me: how have you preserved your innocence like this, how have you managed to shield yourself from the overwhelming cruelty and sin of this world 

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laughingfish:

tenrhettwoods:

eggrollie:

eggrollie:

art has been hard lately but i made this banana today and its probably the height of my ability and i am ready now

UPDATE…………………… smaller

talented banana man

you fools…..while you studied the blade………..I studied banana

March 16 2017

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