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batlock:

So.

Cards Against Humanity.

I’m a big fan. Well, I bought this.

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It’s great. It hold all of my shit. But it holds something else too.

If you have it, open your box.

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You see how I started to tear away at the top of the box there?

Do that.

Do it carefully.

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Holy shit.

There’s something in there. What could that be?

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There’s a card.

There is a card literally hidden in the top of the box.

But what card?

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I fucking love these people.

contemporary-art-blog:

Jim Lambie artist from Scotland. 14 Carrots, 2008

contemporary-art-blog:

Jim Lambie artist from Scotland. 14 Carrots, 2008

impairings:

We didn’t have time to stop but I took this through the car window (Multnomah Falls, OR)

impairings:

We didn’t have time to stop but I took this through the car window (Multnomah Falls, OR)

(Source: theindianbummer)

eightiesart:

BERNAR VENET

eightiesart:

BERNAR VENET

(Source: treehuggerz)

optimysticism:

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Andromeda

optimysticism:

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Andromeda

(Source: jahjoma)

untrustyou:

My Japan
Zhang Huan

untrustyou:

My Japan

Zhang Huan


yosuke yamaguchi

yosuke yamaguchi

(Source: cactuslands)

(Source: drabber)

seraphica:

A growing trend in street art is ‘reverse graffiti’, creating art by removing debris and grime, rather than adding paint. Some artists will remove the grime directly for the pattern, while others will tape off some of the grime and power wash around it. [via]

plant-nerd:

me flirting: so… do u believe in aliens??

pbsthisdayinhistory:

August 14, 1935: FDR Signs Social Security Act into Law
On this day in 1935, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act, which was originally designed to provide economic security during the Great Depression.  Funded through a 2% payroll tax, the 1935 Social Security Act offered aid for the unemployed, the elderly, children and various state health and welfare programs.
Learn more about all the Roosevelts with preview videos from Ken Burns’s The Roosevelts.
Photo: Library of Congress

pbsthisdayinhistory:

August 14, 1935: FDR Signs Social Security Act into Law

On this day in 1935, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act, which was originally designed to provide economic security during the Great Depression.  Funded through a 2% payroll tax, the 1935 Social Security Act offered aid for the unemployed, the elderly, children and various state health and welfare programs.

Learn more about all the Roosevelts with preview videos from Ken Burns’s The Roosevelts.

Photo: Library of Congress

centuriespast:

DÜRER, AlbrechtQuarry1506Watercolour and gouache on paper, 225 x 287 mmBritish Museum, London

centuriespast:

DÜRER, Albrecht
Quarry
1506
Watercolour and gouache on paper, 225 x 287 mm
British Museum, London

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