wwalk3:

LMFAOOOOOO

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iraffiruse:

Smash bros is getting weird…

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thisragingpeace:

cassiel-the-loyal:

rpgmaker:

thatbatterisaspy:

hairandbeardkommando:

punks not dead

Heosemys spinosa is an endangered species.

punks almost dead

That is not a Heosemys Spinosa,its a Graptemys nigrinoda.

they are in the low risk list, therefore, not endangered.

Punks not as almost dead as we thought.

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handglownglassbone:

when an entire class of elementary school kids gets on stage to half-ass a performance on their recorders for their parents in the audience, would that technically be dissonant/freeform/chaotic enough to qualify as musique concrete? was i accidentally a noise musician for a day in 3rd grade? are all elementary school music teachers really just radical outsider artists on the low?

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fuckyeahjapanandkorea:

(by Jnhuh)

You know what’s more magical than a Studio Ghibli anime? Seeing them brought to life. That’s exactly what is happening in South Korea. 

The Studio Ghibli exhibit is being held at the I’Park Mall in Seoul until March 1, 2015.

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nevver:

The Robot War, Jakub Rozalski

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gr0sse:

KIDS REACT TO existentialism and the inevitability of death

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killjimmybuffett:

My favorite moment of Breaking Bad was that oh-so-painful but inevitable scene where Walt has to reveal to his family of his double life as his alter-ego Matt Berninger, vocalist for indie soft rock band The National

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kiisaki:

In ancient times, the land

lay covered in forests,              

where, from ages long past,

dwelt the spirits of the gods.

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