a couple very important thoughts

22nd April 2014

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heyfunniest:

Pokemon irl 

heyfunniest:

Pokemon irl 

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22nd April 2014

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mugino:

This is how real teenage boys talk actually

Tagged: devilman

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22nd April 2014

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photojojo:

British photographer Robbie Shone is a master of capturing the places no one else dares to explore. 

For his series of cave photos, Robbie spent up to 4 straight days beneath the ground in total darkness. See the rest below!

Prepare Yourself For These Incredible Cave Photos

via Lost at E Minor

21st April 2014

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21st April 2014

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hellabloggin:

when did potatoes learn how to run

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21st April 2014

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tombomp:

Tumblr is the cool place to hang out. You can find most of the cool people there. In Tumblr you can just chill and do whatever and totally relax. “Take it easy” is the Tumblr motto, for example, that’s how laid back it is there. Show up if you want to have a good time. Another good reason to show up is if you want to hang out with friends.

21st April 2014

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21st April 2014

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humanoidhistory:

The far side of the Moon, 20 July 1969.

humanoidhistory:

The far side of the Moon, 20 July 1969.

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21st April 2014

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Finally set on my life plan of reading about economics/ecology and discovering weird ass art/movies/music until the end of time.

21st April 2014

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…for millions of people and hundreds of ecosystems, discrete initiatives to ensure their survival are the only ‘revolutions’ that will ever happen – at least in their lifetimes. Such initiatives, and the motivations that underlie them, cannot therefore be understood only with recourse to an analytical framework about resistance to big power, technology, state or capital. We argue that in order to be historically significant, social change need not just be about large, transformational events recognizable as revolutionary, but can equally be about relatively localized everyday attempts to marginally improve the day-to-day drudgery of life.

Rajan, S. R. & Duncan, C. A. M. (2013). Ecologies of Hope: Environment, Technology and Habitation Case Studies From the Intervenient Middle. Journal of Political Ecology, 20, 70–79. PDF at http://jpe.library.arizona.edu/Volume20/Volume_20.html

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