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positive-mojo:

beardymcflannelpants:

And then you realize that Forrest knows about his condition all along and your heart breaks a little.

you can’t do this to me man

(Source: supermans)

Posted 1 year ago
the-absolute-funniest-posts:

anxiou-s:
who painted my biography


My lovely followers, please follow this blog immediately!

the-absolute-funniest-posts:

anxiou-s:

who painted my biography

My lovely followers, please follow this blog immediately!

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Posted 1 year ago

theperksofbeingjameelah:

Hang upside down and let me nap on top of you so I know it’s real~

(Source: molokonereid)

Posted 1 year ago

laughingsquid:

The Bearded Man

My boyfriend has a combo of the blue and orange picture :3

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pyroflasher:

daughterofmulan:

Our teacher didn’t come to class today so we spent the first twenty minutes doing a seance to call the ghost of Steve Jobs.
Our offering was a bagel and all of our Apple products and we made a pentagram out of people’s laptops.

that’s me on the top right. 
She forgets to mention we had a legitimate psychic in the room.

pyroflasher:

daughterofmulan:

Our teacher didn’t come to class today so we spent the first twenty minutes doing a seance to call the ghost of Steve Jobs.

Our offering was a bagel and all of our Apple products and we made a pentagram out of people’s laptops.

that’s me on the top right. 

She forgets to mention we had a legitimate psychic in the room.

Posted 1 year ago
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4480toys:

KONATUYA : Negora & Shibara

小夏屋 : ネゴラ(三毛) &シバラ(茶柴)

Posted 1 year ago

thecatcherintheryebread:

“Absolutely no information on killing mocking birds.”

Posted 1 year ago
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lucythelesbian:

c0gnitive-dissonance:

Miguel Endara

“The portrait took nearly 138 hours to complete, and at a rate of 4.25 dots per second, he estimates the piece contains roughly 2.1 million of them”

In 2004 an unconscious man was discovered behind a fast food restaurant in Richmond Hill, Georgia. He had no belongings, severe sunburn, and was nearly blind from cataracts. The man also had absolutely no idea who he was. After months of ongoing evaluation from doctors and psychologists it was determined he was suffering from dissociative amnesia. He adopted the pseudonym Benjaman Kyle and has embarked on a search for his true identity sparking massive amounts of media coverage and even a short film, Finding Benjaman, by John Wikstrom. He is the only citizen in the United States officially listed as missing despite his whereabouts being known. One strange aspect of this predicament is that Kyle now lives completely in limbo: for the past 8 years he has been denied the ability to obtain a new social security number which in turn prevents him from opening a bank account or having a credit card. The government argues that he already has one, but despite the efforts of fingerprint matching, DNA tests, and exposure on television, he simply cannot determine his true identity.

After catching a screening of Finding Benjaman at the Tribeca Film Festival artist Miguel Endara (previously) was inspired to help in any way he could, which meant making art. Endara embarked on this portrait of Benjaman using stippling, a tedious technique which involves a pen, patience, and an obscene amount of dots. The portrait took nearly 138 hours to complete, and at a rate of 4.25 dots per second, he estimates the piece contains roughly 2.1 million of them. The hope is to spread awareness for Bengaman’s plight and to help raise money through the sale of prints to support a petition to get him a new social security number.

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this is fantastic