Photo 1 Sep 79 notes 
rdspress:
These were some of my favorite books as a kid. It’s weird to see them in antique shops these days.

rdspress:

These were some of my favorite books as a kid. It’s weird to see them in antique shops these days.

via Book Porn.
Text 21 Aug 58 notes

ozu-teapot:

I always wished they’d done an episode of The X Files where Mulder and Scully went to Twin Peaks to investigate the disappearance of Special Agent Dale Cooper…

via Ozu Teapot.
Photo 14 Aug 3,947 notes nevver:

Peanuts
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Text 14 Aug 106 notes

pleasedontsqueezetheshaman:

Lifehack: Go out and photograph a cop.

via The Awl.
Video 14 Aug 61,790 notes

(Source: myexternalmemory)

Photo 10 Jul 92 notes new-aesthetic:

Yo messaging app used to alert Israelis about incoming rocket attacks - Gadgets and Tech - Life and Style - The Independent

As the exchange of missiles between Israeli and Hamas intensifies, Israeli programmers have created an update for the Yo mobile app that alerts users when a rocket strike is imminent.

The Silicon Valley messaging app lets users exchange only a single word (“Yo”) and has been hailed as both “downright idiotic” and “unrivalled genius” after receiving more than $1 million in funding last month.

According to the Times of Israel, the new use for the app was created by local coders to complement their iOS and Android app Red Alert – a free download that use information from the Israeli Defense Force and Homefront Command to deliver the location and time of predicted rocket strikes.

Yo users in Israel and abroad can now add the user name REDALERTISRAEL on the app to receive push notifications on their smartphones whenever a rocket is inbound.

Because Palestinians don’t have smartphones?

new-aesthetic:

Yo messaging app used to alert Israelis about incoming rocket attacks - Gadgets and Tech - Life and Style - The Independent

As the exchange of missiles between Israeli and Hamas intensifies, Israeli programmers have created an update for the Yo mobile app that alerts users when a rocket strike is imminent. The Silicon Valley messaging app lets users exchange only a single word (“Yo”) and has been hailed as both “downright idiotic” and “unrivalled genius” after receiving more than $1 million in funding last month. According to the Times of Israel, the new use for the app was created by local coders to complement their iOS and Android app Red Alert – a free download that use information from the Israeli Defense Force and Homefront Command to deliver the location and time of predicted rocket strikes. Yo users in Israel and abroad can now add the user name REDALERTISRAEL on the app to receive push notifications on their smartphones whenever a rocket is inbound.

Because Palestinians don’t have smartphones?

Photo 8 Jul 69 notes sadbrazilians:

Its too bad // You’re still sad
Cheer up, you’ve got a big face watch!

sadbrazilians:

Its too bad // You’re still sad

Cheer up, you’ve got a big face watch!

Photo 8 Jul 344 notes nevver:

Toothpaste for dinner
Video 8 Jul 1,501 notes

nevver:

Knock loud, I’m home.

Photo 30 Jun 354 notes highlandvalley:

Twitter / maguroinu: ユニオンジャックかと思ったらなんか違うやつだった http: …


First time in my life I’ve wished I were English.
via YURAMARONO.
Photo 5 Feb 660 notes new-aesthetic:

Twitter / skomputer: “just for context, here is an average of 535 members of congress”

new-aesthetic:

Twitter / skomputer: “just for context, here is an average of 535 members of congress”

Text 21 Jan 10 notes

mudwerks:

there are few things creepier than Pete Carroll being happy…

One of them is Pete Campbell being happy.

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Photo 11 Jan 389 notes fuckyeahbrutalism:


New Wing, State University of New York College of Home Economics, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 1960s
(Ulrich Franzen)


Um, what now?

fuckyeahbrutalism:

New Wing, State University of New York College of Home Economics, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 1960s

(Ulrich Franzen)

Um, what now?


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