October 20, 2014

oweeeeendennis:

Listen to the sound of wikipedia

This is a way to listen to changes to wikipedia. You are literally listening to knowledge being added to the world.

Pluck sounds are an addition, strings are subtractions, and the pitch says how how big the edit is. My heart shudders at this I love it so much.

(via backstagebethy)

10:19pm
  
Filed under: holy shit 
October 19, 2014

things i want more of: ladies being rad as hell in space

(Source: quantumspork, via swampmermaids)

9:38pm
  
Filed under: please 
October 19, 2014
danjalex:

danjalex:

face.com

danjalex:

danjalex:

face.com

(Source: princerogersnelsons, via jillypeppa)

October 19, 2014

el-lime-head:

lissycposts:

Andy Goldsworthy’s art

FFS I had to research this fucker in year 8 art and I never appreciated his work until now

(via bumbleblu)

October 19, 2014

rnusicality:

fun statistics for adults!
“when I was a kid, I had no help with college tuition, I was hardworking and paid it all myself”
-Annual tuition for Yale, 1970: $2,550
-Annual tuition for Yale, 2014: $45,800
-Minimum Wage, 1970: $1.45
-Minimum Wage, 2014: $7.25
-Daily hours at minimum wage needed to pay for tuition in 1970: 4.8
-Daily hours at minimum wage needed to pay for tuition in 2014: 17.3

(via gulfoffinland)

5:03pm
  
Filed under: bears repeating 
October 19, 2014
livertaker:

a 9 panel tribute to Princess Mononoke, one of my favorite movies in the world 

livertaker:

a 9 panel tribute to Princess Mononoke, one of my favorite movies in the world 

(via everythingghibli)

5:02pm
  
Filed under: princess mononoke 
October 19, 2014
Testing out looks for STEVIEWEEN 2K14

Testing out looks for STEVIEWEEN 2K14

October 19, 2014

(Source: ookie-spooky, via ancientbruises)

October 18, 2014
bienenkiste:

"Magic in Motion". Lakshmi Menon by Prabuddha Dasgupta for Elle india  October 2008

bienenkiste:

"Magic in Motion". Lakshmi Menon by Prabuddha Dasgupta for Elle india  October 2008

(via swampmermaids)

3:45pm
  
Filed under: style guide lakshmi menon 
October 18, 2014
blackhistoryalbum:

Vintage Bad Ass | 1960’s
The Chosen Few……the first racially integrated outlaw motorcycle club, established by Lionel Ricks in Los Angeles, California in 1959. Originally all African American, its first white member joined in 1960.

blackhistoryalbum:

Vintage Bad Ass | 1960’s

The Chosen Few……the first racially integrated outlaw motorcycle club, established by Lionel Ricks in Los Angeles, California in 1959. Originally all African American, its first white member joined in 1960.

(via artfromthefuture)

October 18, 2014
therumpus:


I owe a lot to the Rumpus—specifically, the Self-Made Man column and the writing community I met there. Self-Made Mancame about because I moved from San Francisco to New England a few years ago and started my transition the next week in terms of hormones. So pretty immediately I was in a space where I felt very alien because I had left a whole life and community in San Francisco and moved across the country. I had a major transition physically and socially and it was just a lot to deal with at once. One thing that was really hard when I started my transition was that normally in that kind of situation I would look online or in books and find myself reflected back to me but I was having trouble finding that. I wasn’t seeing a lot of stories about people who transitioned after 30, but I was also interested in having a different kind of conversation about not just transitioning but about gender in general. I’m a really spiritual person and a universalist so what I was experiencing was a lot of points of connection. I was really connecting to pregnant women who were also going through massive changes physically and who weren’t sure what their identities would be on the other side. I was also talking to people making massive career and life changes. I was talking with people who were coming up against ideas about what it means to be a man or woman in the world and navigate the world socially during huge life moments and I was finding a lot of solace in those connections in real life, but I wasn’t seeing that reflected in larger narratives about my experience. In general, I was seeing a lot of cleaving, othering narratives about being trans. I started Self-Made Man because I wanted to write about what it was like to go through a real-time transition, and navigating the world from a place of finding connection with all kinds of people and exploring that in a meditative way. Everyone at the Rumpus was really great about all of it and got behind me the whole time. The whole community connected to the Rumpus is wonderful and it’s such a labor of love. Everyone writes for free which I think is why everyone is so committed to everything that goes on the site and the relationship with the site and each other. The concept of the column was that these connections exist and transcend our bodies and that’s what my experience of the community at the Rumpus has been.

The Rumpus Interview With Thomas Page McBee

therumpus:

I owe a lot to the Rumpus—specifically, the Self-Made Man column and the writing community I met there. Self-Made Mancame about because I moved from San Francisco to New England a few years ago and started my transition the next week in terms of hormones. So pretty immediately I was in a space where I felt very alien because I had left a whole life and community in San Francisco and moved across the country. I had a major transition physically and socially and it was just a lot to deal with at once. One thing that was really hard when I started my transition was that normally in that kind of situation I would look online or in books and find myself reflected back to me but I was having trouble finding that. I wasn’t seeing a lot of stories about people who transitioned after 30, but I was also interested in having a different kind of conversation about not just transitioning but about gender in general. I’m a really spiritual person and a universalist so what I was experiencing was a lot of points of connection. I was really connecting to pregnant women who were also going through massive changes physically and who weren’t sure what their identities would be on the other side. I was also talking to people making massive career and life changes. I was talking with people who were coming up against ideas about what it means to be a man or woman in the world and navigate the world socially during huge life moments and I was finding a lot of solace in those connections in real life, but I wasn’t seeing that reflected in larger narratives about my experience. In general, I was seeing a lot of cleaving, othering narratives about being trans. I started Self-Made Man because I wanted to write about what it was like to go through a real-time transition, and navigating the world from a place of finding connection with all kinds of people and exploring that in a meditative way. Everyone at the Rumpus was really great about all of it and got behind me the whole time. The whole community connected to the Rumpus is wonderful and it’s such a labor of love. Everyone writes for free which I think is why everyone is so committed to everything that goes on the site and the relationship with the site and each other. The concept of the column was that these connections exist and transcend our bodies and that’s what my experience of the community at the Rumpus has been.

The Rumpus Interview With Thomas Page McBee

October 18, 2014
"I had both of them that afternoon, and I came to the conclusion that white boys are so delicious. That time back in my dance studio ranks as one of the most celestial experiences of my life. Those two beauties transported me to heaven. I never knew that lovemaking could be so beautiful."

Eartha Kitt on her threesome with James Dean and Paul Newman (via wwinecakes)

*scratches needle across record* 

She had a threesome with James Dean and Paul Newman? Whoa. 

(via jazzypom)

Damn Eartha.  Living the motherfucking life.

(via miltonsong)

Is it possible to envy dead people ?! Damn !! 

(via ctron164)

image

Bruuuuuuuuuhhhhh! I wasn’t ready.

(via goddesscru)

See, life just isn’t fair.

(via roslynholcomb)

(via alwaysbeenarambler)

October 18, 2014

srkdall:

5265ad:

I’m grown but I’m not grown grown

Which means I know how to ride a dick but I’m still not sure how taxes work.

(via bumbleblu)

12:52am
  
Filed under: TOO REAL 
October 18, 2014
funflowur:

cat loaf

funflowur:

cat loaf

(Source: veggieraptor, via actuallygrimes)

October 18, 2014
colombiaislove2:

(by wanderlasss)

colombiaislove2:

(by wanderlasss)

(via swampmermaids)

12:47am
  
Filed under: o.o food for ts gimme