Anonymous asked: Thiervery corp, Radiohead, daughter, John Digweed

thank you!

bittersweetskylines asked: JUMBOTRON, PADRES GAME, WHO ARE U? I LOVE IT hope u have fun !!

FUCKING LOVE COLLIN

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DANIELLE & I ARE AT A PADRES GAME AND WE WERE ON THE JUMBOTRON 3 FUCKING TIMES

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HEY GUYS PLEASE HELP ME

skinnyzef:

skinnyzef:

I’m making the playlist for the art show this Wednesday send me songs/playlists that would go well with a mellowing atmosphere so people can talk you know but not boring??!!!!!!!!! Please!!

Thank you for suggestions so far!! More?????

PEOPLE WHO HAVE SENT ME RECOMMENDATIONS- thank you so much! I’m not ignoring you I’m just keeping them in my inbox for when I make the playlist tonight!! Send me more!!!

1000scientists:

Man on the Wire, Owen Humphreys

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1000scientists:

Collage by Leslie Hosokawa

1000scientists:

Collage by Leslie Hosokawa

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Bury me in coffee grounds instead of dirt

Bury me in coffee grounds instead of dirt

Hormones don’t even make sense I am reviewing for the AP US History test & I’m horny how does that work

gallowhill:

Memymom - The Umbilical Vein, 1990

gallowhill:

Memymom - The Umbilical Vein, 1990

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malformalady:

Impression of a bird left on a window. The imprints are caused by the bird’s powder down, a special type of down which helps feathers to grow. In some species, the tips of the barbules on powder down feathers disintegrate, forming fine particles of keratin, which appear as a powder, or ‘feather dust’. When a bird strikes a glass pane, the power is shaken lose and adheres to the glass. The effects are simply amazing.

malformalady:

Impression of a bird left on a window. The imprints are caused by the bird’s powder down, a special type of down which helps feathers to grow. In some species, the tips of the barbules on powder down feathers disintegrate, forming fine particles of keratin, which appear as a powder, or ‘feather dust’. When a bird strikes a glass pane, the power is shaken lose and adheres to the glass. The effects are simply amazing.

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cloudgurl:

acidhippie:

Do people really think it’s a coincidence that so many flowers’ petals resemble vaginas

bc we are flowers actually

cloudgurl:

acidhippie:

Do people really think it’s a coincidence that so many flowers’ petals resemble vaginas

bc we are flowers actually

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