like violence;
like violence;
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did-you-kno:

There are other galaxies that we’ve never seen because they’re so far away that since the universe began there hasn’t been enough time for their light to reach us. Ain’t nobody got time for that.  Source
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awwww-cute:

This pup melts my heart
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lancrebitch:

throne-of-perdition:

dominicanope:

soniksound:

oscob:

Saw this wonderful gentleman at the Böblingen bahnhof. The bit on his shoulders reads “Nazijäger” btw.
It’s really frightening seeing people this open with their hate.

nazi-jager means nazi hunter so he hunts nazis
and it says “goodnight” to “white pride”
that’s anti-nazi not nazi

damn

But still open with their hate… Against nazis. Is that hate better somehow?

What the actual fuck is wrong with you, do you not know what Nazis are or something?

^really. yes that hate is better. 
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triptophobias:

backwardsorbust:

ellavictorious:

That’s fucked up. That’s real fucked up. That’s some ice spider shit and I do not approve.

That is the sickest shit ever

i just imagined a tiny little ice-spider on the mirror singing ‘let it go’ as he builds his little icy webby fortress.
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iamthegarebear:

witchbat:

nerd

Look how dramatically the other mantis falls.
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adventuretimeandsuperjailrock:

If this isn’t good marketing I literally don’t want to know what is.
adventuretimeandsuperjailrock:

If this isn’t good marketing I literally don’t want to know what is.
adventuretimeandsuperjailrock:

If this isn’t good marketing I literally don’t want to know what is.
adventuretimeandsuperjailrock:

If this isn’t good marketing I literally don’t want to know what is.
adventuretimeandsuperjailrock:

If this isn’t good marketing I literally don’t want to know what is.
adventuretimeandsuperjailrock:

If this isn’t good marketing I literally don’t want to know what is.
adventuretimeandsuperjailrock:

If this isn’t good marketing I literally don’t want to know what is.
adventuretimeandsuperjailrock:

If this isn’t good marketing I literally don’t want to know what is.
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laugh-til-ya-fart:

prawnathan:

what the american school system teaches us

What every school system teaches us*
laugh-til-ya-fart:

prawnathan:

what the american school system teaches us

What every school system teaches us*
laugh-til-ya-fart:

prawnathan:

what the american school system teaches us

What every school system teaches us*
laugh-til-ya-fart:

prawnathan:

what the american school system teaches us

What every school system teaches us*
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"I think she’s special. She doesn’t need anyone. Like that’s the thing. Even if we were together, she wouldn’t really belong to me. She doesn’t belong to anything. She’s off in her own world…"
Childish Gambino  (via tiredestprincess)
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visualizingmath:

Mathematical Figures - Art by Rare Minimum.
Figure 1: an illustration of a plane parallel to the base passing through a cone.
Figure 2: shows the Earth, whose diameter is 7,912 miles, represented by the globe, or sphere.
Figure 3: an illustration of the intersection of lines between a circle and its polar points.
Figure 5: demonstrates aberration - in optics, a deviation in the rays. 
Figure 10: shows a number of curves belonging to the family y = Cxn. 
Figure 11: shows the cardioid - it’s polar equation is r = 2a(1-cos0), “A” being the pole and “OA” the polar axis. 
Figure 12: shows the refraction of light through a prism.
visualizingmath:

Mathematical Figures - Art by Rare Minimum.
Figure 1: an illustration of a plane parallel to the base passing through a cone.
Figure 2: shows the Earth, whose diameter is 7,912 miles, represented by the globe, or sphere.
Figure 3: an illustration of the intersection of lines between a circle and its polar points.
Figure 5: demonstrates aberration - in optics, a deviation in the rays. 
Figure 10: shows a number of curves belonging to the family y = Cxn. 
Figure 11: shows the cardioid - it’s polar equation is r = 2a(1-cos0), “A” being the pole and “OA” the polar axis. 
Figure 12: shows the refraction of light through a prism.
visualizingmath:

Mathematical Figures - Art by Rare Minimum.
Figure 1: an illustration of a plane parallel to the base passing through a cone.
Figure 2: shows the Earth, whose diameter is 7,912 miles, represented by the globe, or sphere.
Figure 3: an illustration of the intersection of lines between a circle and its polar points.
Figure 5: demonstrates aberration - in optics, a deviation in the rays. 
Figure 10: shows a number of curves belonging to the family y = Cxn. 
Figure 11: shows the cardioid - it’s polar equation is r = 2a(1-cos0), “A” being the pole and “OA” the polar axis. 
Figure 12: shows the refraction of light through a prism.
visualizingmath:

Mathematical Figures - Art by Rare Minimum.
Figure 1: an illustration of a plane parallel to the base passing through a cone.
Figure 2: shows the Earth, whose diameter is 7,912 miles, represented by the globe, or sphere.
Figure 3: an illustration of the intersection of lines between a circle and its polar points.
Figure 5: demonstrates aberration - in optics, a deviation in the rays. 
Figure 10: shows a number of curves belonging to the family y = Cxn. 
Figure 11: shows the cardioid - it’s polar equation is r = 2a(1-cos0), “A” being the pole and “OA” the polar axis. 
Figure 12: shows the refraction of light through a prism.
visualizingmath:

Mathematical Figures - Art by Rare Minimum.
Figure 1: an illustration of a plane parallel to the base passing through a cone.
Figure 2: shows the Earth, whose diameter is 7,912 miles, represented by the globe, or sphere.
Figure 3: an illustration of the intersection of lines between a circle and its polar points.
Figure 5: demonstrates aberration - in optics, a deviation in the rays. 
Figure 10: shows a number of curves belonging to the family y = Cxn. 
Figure 11: shows the cardioid - it’s polar equation is r = 2a(1-cos0), “A” being the pole and “OA” the polar axis. 
Figure 12: shows the refraction of light through a prism.
visualizingmath:

Mathematical Figures - Art by Rare Minimum.
Figure 1: an illustration of a plane parallel to the base passing through a cone.
Figure 2: shows the Earth, whose diameter is 7,912 miles, represented by the globe, or sphere.
Figure 3: an illustration of the intersection of lines between a circle and its polar points.
Figure 5: demonstrates aberration - in optics, a deviation in the rays. 
Figure 10: shows a number of curves belonging to the family y = Cxn. 
Figure 11: shows the cardioid - it’s polar equation is r = 2a(1-cos0), “A” being the pole and “OA” the polar axis. 
Figure 12: shows the refraction of light through a prism.
visualizingmath:

Mathematical Figures - Art by Rare Minimum.
Figure 1: an illustration of a plane parallel to the base passing through a cone.
Figure 2: shows the Earth, whose diameter is 7,912 miles, represented by the globe, or sphere.
Figure 3: an illustration of the intersection of lines between a circle and its polar points.
Figure 5: demonstrates aberration - in optics, a deviation in the rays. 
Figure 10: shows a number of curves belonging to the family y = Cxn. 
Figure 11: shows the cardioid - it’s polar equation is r = 2a(1-cos0), “A” being the pole and “OA” the polar axis. 
Figure 12: shows the refraction of light through a prism.
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crayonguy:

Bunny master post
crayonguy:

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crayonguy:

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crayonguy:

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crayonguy:

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crayonguy:

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crayonguy:

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Bunny master post
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elenamorelli:

{ ray of light }