Bat Country.

artgods:

Observatory Time: The Lovers | Man Ray

artgods:

Observatory Time: The Lovers | Man Ray

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You will learn that sometimes human beings have to just sit in one place and, like, HURT. That you will become way less concerned with what other people think of you when you realize how seldom they do. That there is such a thing as raw, unalloyed, agendaless kindness. That it is possible to fall asleep during an anxiety attack.
David Foster Wallace; Infinite Jest (via allmymetaphors)

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deathandmysticism:

Peter Paul Rubens, Detail of The Death of Adonis, ca. 1614

deathandmysticism:

Peter Paul Rubens, Detail of The Death of Adonis, ca. 1614

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1000scientists:

Triad, 2002Donata Wenders 

1000scientists:

Triad, 2002
Donata Wenders 

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mister-nobody:

koorik: Jo In Hyuk “Why not?”

mister-nobody:

koorik: Jo In Hyuk “Why not?”

the-two-germanys:

Bohemian Puppets.
A Book of MarionettesHelen JosephNew York: B.W. Huebsch, 1920.

the-two-germanys:

Bohemian Puppets.

A Book of Marionettes

Helen Joseph
New York: B.W. Huebsch, 1920.

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In one study, participants were asked to rank the humor in various cartoon captions. Half of the captions had been written by men, and half by women. When not told who wrote what, the participants judged them almost equally funny. In fact, based on the scores given in this experiment, men are just 2.2 percent more likely to be funny than women. Yet 90 percent of the participants agreed with the stereotype that men are funnier. Talk about a mind-bogglingly huge difference in perception versus reality.

And it gets weirder — when the participants were asked which gender they thought wrote a caption, the funnier ones were almost always assumed to be by men and the less funny ones by women. This might be expected, considering their stated bias. Even when told the name and gender of the person who wrote each caption, within a short time the participants started misattributing the funny ones to men. In other words, even when they knew that women had written some of the funniest captions, the bias that men are funnier was so ingrained that it made them misremember who had written what.

A Song of Ice and Fire book covers. 

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carryonmy-assbutt:

thank you for this, i am so tired of people holding up two fingers and asking if i can see them without my glasses and it’s difficult to explain what it’s like not being able to see without glasses 

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visionate:

Jesús Duque Cranny

visionate:

Jesús Duque Cranny

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