Bottled Lights

Where memories are kept and guarded.
svirfemmeblin:

nextyearsgirl:

The absence of women in history is man made.

this is important, but also: it had 6664 notes.
liked and reblogged. my calling is complete

svirfemmeblin:

nextyearsgirl:

The absence of women in history is man made.

this is important, but also: it had 6664 notes.

liked and reblogged. my calling is complete

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ittygittydiddynator:

anderjak:

toastradamus:

Roger Rabbits special effects still fucking hold up by todays standards AND looks better than most films that come out NOW it was that ahead of its time

I’m still amazed that Hoskins had that little to work with. Everything about this video is awesome.

This made my day.

(via pupukachoo)

welcometorivendell:

This year I’ve watched basically the same anime 3 times wow u know the one with the

bespectacled

image

estranged

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father 

image

and

important

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dead

image

mother

image

and their

emotional 

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protagonist

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son

image

that joins

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a military

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organization

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(Source: rivulenelle, via psycho--owl)

sewgoods:

raichuuuuu!!!! i’ve been working on this guy on and off since january, and i think he’s finally done. 1:1 scale (almost; i think he ended up a couple inches short when all was said and done) with a wire tail. he was based off of the 3D model that is in the new game (?? if that’s what you call that, i haven’t played it /u\ )

(via chegli)

The goal is to understand your true self before launching an action plan. Deep realizations about yourself don’t come all in one sitting. Be your own ethnographer for a month. One of the people that I admire most in the world is Jane Goodall. Imagine Jane sitting in the forest, looking at those chimpanzees with compassion and curiosity. Take on her kind tone and attitude while observing yourself. Be gentle and curious but never judgmental. This is very hard for us to do because we’re always talking shit to ourselves.

Take a notebook and notice every time you get excited about something. It doesn’t have to be a big moment or work related… Just write it down each time—no judgments. What happens over the course of the month is you start seeing some patterns. It gives you a peek into your authenticity and things that energize you. When your whole body lights up with joy, it’s really trying hard to tell you something—it’s saying, “hey, this is important, please pay attention.”

[…]

You need to spend time understanding who you truly are before you forge a path. If you’re making plans based on other people’s perception of you or the perception of yourself that you want to project based on some external force, you’ll always end up in the wrong place.

Advice to those just starting out on a creative path from Sharon Ann Lee, one of the most brilliant people I know – a fine addition to our ongoing archive of life-advice.

Complement with how to find your purpose and do what you love

(via explore-blog)

(via vanilleae)

kingcheddarxvii:

One of my favorite pieces of Nintendo history is the Gulf War Game Boy. It’s pretty well-known among Nintendo fans but hey! It might be news to you!
After a bombing during the Gulf War, the Game Boy’s owner found it almost completely charred and melted in the wreckage of the blast and sent it back to Nintendo. A Nintendo staff member decided to try to plug it in for the heck of it, and it powered on! Once the screen was replaced it worked like a charm.
The Gulf War Game Boy is a testament to the sturdy design and enduring nature of Nintendo’s handhelds, and it’s pretty amazing to see in action. It’s on display at the Nintendo World Store in NYC, where it spends its retirement playing an endless demo of the original Tetris, adored (but not played on) by all who visit the store. Good job lil buddy, you earned it
Sources: 1, 2, 3

kingcheddarxvii:

One of my favorite pieces of Nintendo history is the Gulf War Game Boy. It’s pretty well-known among Nintendo fans but hey! It might be news to you!

After a bombing during the Gulf War, the Game Boy’s owner found it almost completely charred and melted in the wreckage of the blast and sent it back to Nintendo. A Nintendo staff member decided to try to plug it in for the heck of it, and it powered on! Once the screen was replaced it worked like a charm.

The Gulf War Game Boy is a testament to the sturdy design and enduring nature of Nintendo’s handhelds, and it’s pretty amazing to see in action. It’s on display at the Nintendo World Store in NYC, where it spends its retirement playing an endless demo of the original Tetris, adored (but not played on) by all who visit the store. Good job lil buddy, you earned it

Sources: 1, 2, 3

(via skeletelle)

mdt:

delgrosso:

Has anyone ever seen Bucky Barnes and Grumpy Cat in the same room together? I think not.

Bombshell reveal in Cap 3.

mdt:

delgrosso:

Has anyone ever seen Bucky Barnes and Grumpy Cat in the same room together? I think not.

Bombshell reveal in Cap 3.