1. hahamagartconnect:


    Incredibly lifelike paintings of swimmers

    Artist: Gustavo Silva Nuñez

    It’s hard to woo me with realism these days…but I’m going to acquiesce to this artist because this is amazing work.


  2. "They say you don’t get over someone until you find someone or something better. As humans, we don’t deal well with emptiness. Any empty space must be filled. Immediately. The pain of emptiness is too strong. It compels the victim to fill that place. A single moment with that empty spot causes excruciating pain. That’s why we run from distraction to distraction—and from attachment to attachment."
    — Yasmin Mogahed (via wordsthat-speak)

    (via oublies)

  4. David Gilmour

    (Source: davidgilmour420, via morrisonhotell)

  5. #ClippedOnIssuu from ERRR No. 38

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  7. holeoflittlebitchyfreaks:

    I love this fucking pic

    (Source: brianjamesrobot, via goodunicornslovesatan)

  8. enginkid88modern:


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  10. startrekspeare:

    "what’s a queen without her king?" well, historically, better

    (via spellboundmuggle)

  11. “You,” he said, “are a terribly real thing in a terribly false world, and that, I believe, is why you are in so much pain.”

    (Source: Flickr / marie-pierchayerdemersphotographie, via fuckyeahexistentialism)

  14. ally0mazing:

    Harry potter and the sorceror’s sass
    The chamber of sassiness
    The prisoner of sasskaban
    The goblet of sass
    The sass blood prince
    The sassy hallows

    The sassiest boy who lived…..

    (via lilysamortentia)

  15. musaafer:

    Israeli Ambassador at the White House Iftar, y’all. Why he’s even there in the first place is beyond me. (Would they invite a representative of the Palestinian people to a White House Shabbat and then have Obama tell people that Palestinians have a very clear right to defend themselves?)

    I wonder what all those people opposed to a boycott of this Iftar did. They finally got their “chance,” their “seat at the table,” their “opportunity to “speak to policy makers and influence policy,” their “foot in the door,” their “engagement with the government,” their “chance to speak truth.” 

    Did they? Did they speak truth to power, did they call out Obama, did they call out this dude who literally thinks Islam is inherently violent? Did they stand up for what was right or quietly sip their water as genocide continues? Did they talk “about these issues on behalf of our community” “precisely because the people adversely affected by these policies cannot be present,” as Keith Ellison boasted? Was this enough to get up and walk out? Or was a seat at the table more important than values?

    Oh wait, I forget - MPAC endorses the two-state solution and rejects BDS, so it was the perfect crowd (albeit not all MPAC folks) to preach this kind of stuff to. 

    Shame, shame. 

    (Source: redphilistine, via orientaltiger)