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  3. likeafieldmouse:

    "The 2010 Guatemala City sinkhole was a disaster in which an area approximately 65 ft (20 m) across and 100 ft (30 m) deep collapsed in Guatemala City's Zona 2, swallowing a three-story factory.”

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  4. artesens:


    Xi Pan - 潘曦

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  5. It is as painful perhaps to be awakened from a vision as to be born.
    — Ulysses. (via quotedojo)

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  8. happyacres:

    Monkeywrench the academy, the boardroom, and the political elite

    Demand they become vibrant and colorful – and not with mulattoes or higher caste Indians or Asians – I mean they should have members drawn from deprived areas, and from diverse backgrounds. They members put forward must have criminal records, be single black mothers, have low IQ dependent jobs – do not allow them the chance to choose, do the same for the civil service. Anything less is racist and unrepresentative - it’s non democratic

    Or how about scenario three - diversify the media, how many reporters on “right wing” or “left wing” papers are enriching vibrant people? not enough. We need more “blacksplaining” about how slavery is everyone’s fault, but we need it from black people, from diverse people, and not from white face. So don’t sit there and snipe “but the Guardian reporters are all white”. Threaten pickets, threaten organised boycotts, threaten online media campaigns – they have no defence. How dare they be racist and not adhere to diversity.


  9. margadirube:

    natashakills:where the magic(sleep) happens.

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  10. chromeography:

    1960s GMC Custom pickup truck (by jamiek

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  11. photographed by Katsuhide Morimoto for Elle Japan, June 2014

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  12. Addams Family Values (1993)

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  14. honey-rider:

    Maverick (1958) James Garner Cover

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