bobschofield:

how much less miserable would life be if rod serling was always standing 90° to our right, a chain smoking fairy godmother, ready to wax a little poetic and brace us for all the weird dumb shit we go through every day.

bobschofield:

how much less miserable would life be if rod serling was always standing 90° to our right, a chain smoking fairy godmother, ready to wax a little poetic and brace us for all the weird dumb shit we go through every day.

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bodysexgender:

frezarion:

bryarly:

memegrandpa:

helbows:

Introducing the Social Intelligence Test! From what I can tell, it’s sponsored by Harvard and it’s rather interesting. The basis is you look at pictures of people going through different emotions and decide what emotion they’re feeling. The trick is, you can only see their eyes.

How well can you read people? I never thought I was good at it, but I scored rather high on this test. It was a very interesting experience! I highly recommend taking this!

13 out of 36…

I got 29/36

30/36 (and got the first one that apparently wasn’t counted right) woo pretty cool little test thing

I got 27/36. Not too bad I guess.


mustacherandy:

saheh:

LOVE IT

This is fucking amazing and hilarious.

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Were you around when elephants were alive?

One day, you may be taking your grandkids to a natural history museum. As you pass through the extinct animal wing, don’t be surprised when you hear that question.

Earth’s next major extinction has begun — and guess who’s partly to blame? 

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tobyjones:

Comics

tobyjones:

Comics

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smithsonianlibraries:

smithsonianlibraries:

This is exactly what is needed in the Libraries - forget carrels and collaborative meeting spaces -  HAMMOCKS.

Reblogging ourselves because it’s “National Hammock Day” - why not? There’s a surprise hammock aficionado if you check out the entire brochure for J.B. Patterson’s Textile Novelties.

smithsonianlibraries:

smithsonianlibraries:

This is exactly what is needed in the Libraries - forget carrels and collaborative meeting spaces -  HAMMOCKS.

Reblogging ourselves because it’s “National Hammock Day” - why not? There’s a surprise hammock aficionado if you check out the entire brochure for J.B. Patterson’s Textile Novelties.

birdsongintheforest:

Book  of  Kells

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guroslime:

person : why do you draw everything facing left in 3/4 view

me : im a right handed mediocre artist 

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virtual-artifacts:

Chinese carved celadon jade mountain-form pebble;
the interior very elaborately openwork and carved in high relief: with scene of two sages beside a stream, with pavilions behind, and a large pine tree overhanging; the pebble form left with much of its original rust color “skin” to the exterior; H: 7 1/4”

virtual-artifacts:

Chinese carved celadon jade mountain-form pebble;

the interior very elaborately openwork and carved in high relief: with scene of two sages beside a stream, with pavilions behind, and a large pine tree overhanging; the pebble form left with much of its original rust color “skin” to the exterior; H: 7 1/4”

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