mymodernmet:

New York-based artist Kim Keever photographs colorful liquids blending together into captivating, abstract forms.

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iflyastarship:

Ummm, yes. This.

iflyastarship:

Ummm, yes. This.

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unexplained-events:

This Man States He Is A Time Traveler and Is In The Picture Of The Gettysburg Address
“Andrew D. Basiago, 10, at Gettysburg, PA, on November 19, 1863, after being sent there from 1972 by DARPA’s Project Pegasus via a “plasma confinement chamber” in East Hanover, NJ. Andy is the boy standing to the left in the foreground of the image. He is wearing the large shoes that were given to him by Gettysburg cobbler John Burns after he walked into Gettysburg barefoot and shivering in the brisk autumn air after arriving from the future. Andy says that this image was taken shortly after President Lincoln arrived on the dais to deliver the Gettysburg Address.”
He said that he was a part of a group of kids from the 60’s and 70’s that participated in this time travel. It was a DARPA project called Project Pegasus. Some form of teleportation project.
Basiago stated that the knowledge of the future was used to alert future US presidents including both of the Bush’s and Barack Obama.  Basiago said that met future President Barack Obama in 1982 when he was attending UCLA and Obama, then a student at Columbia University, was visiting former classmates at Occidental College in Los Angeles. Basiago claimed that Obama, then age 20, already knew that he would one day be president.
Basiago also said that in 1972 he was rewarded for his good work at DARPA by being sent back in time via a wormhole to 1863 to witness Lincoln’s historic Gettysburg Address speech.

unexplained-events:

This Man States He Is A Time Traveler and Is In The Picture Of The Gettysburg Address

“Andrew D. Basiago, 10, at Gettysburg, PA, on November 19, 1863, after being sent there from 1972 by DARPA’s Project Pegasus via a “plasma confinement chamber” in East Hanover, NJ. Andy is the boy standing to the left in the foreground of the image. He is wearing the large shoes that were given to him by Gettysburg cobbler John Burns after he walked into Gettysburg barefoot and shivering in the brisk autumn air after arriving from the future. Andy says that this image was taken shortly after President Lincoln arrived on the dais to deliver the Gettysburg Address.”

He said that he was a part of a group of kids from the 60’s and 70’s that participated in this time travel. It was a DARPA project called Project Pegasus. Some form of teleportation project.

Basiago stated that the knowledge of the future was used to alert future US presidents including both of the Bush’s and Barack Obama.  Basiago said that met future President Barack Obama in 1982 when he was attending UCLA and Obama, then a student at Columbia University, was visiting former classmates at Occidental College in Los Angeles. Basiago claimed that Obama, then age 20, already knew that he would one day be president.

Basiago also said that in 1972 he was rewarded for his good work at DARPA by being sent back in time via a wormhole to 1863 to witness Lincoln’s historic Gettysburg Address speech.

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whatgatsby:


littlewarrior-recovering:

enzuigiri:

The rarest of the rare: a men’s magazine advocating hairy armpits on women.

"Repulsed? Get a grip." fucking yes

YESSS THIS IS GREAT YES FUCK yeah

whatgatsby:

littlewarrior-recovering:

enzuigiri:

The rarest of the rare: a men’s magazine advocating hairy armpits on women.

"Repulsed? Get a grip." fucking yes

YESSS THIS IS GREAT YES FUCK yeah

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wetheurban:

DESIGN: Pantone Inspired Beer Packaging

Here for this. The packaging for these cans match the color of the beer to its corresponding Pantone color.

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hotpinknailpolish:

bookriot:

Why Geocaching is the Perfect Sport for Readers

Libraries have picked up on readers’ interest. Librarians and staff in many different states have placed caches in their libraries in an effort to encourage reading and visits. They are some of the most fun caches out there. Not only are you likely to visit a new library but you are almost always required to do some creative thinking in order to find the actual spot (even after you have found the library).

kitttenatttack
"You are so used to your features, you don’t know how beautiful you look to a stranger."

this is so important (via aureat)

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Regram from @faithmariahflawless. I sent this in to the #Flagler alumni paper about a month before our trip. Plans ended up changing here and there afterwards. I can’t believe they actually used that picture. ⛺️🚴🚴✨

Regram from @faithmariahflawless. I sent this in to the #Flagler alumni paper about a month before our trip. Plans ended up changing here and there afterwards. I can’t believe they actually used that picture. ⛺️🚴🚴✨

Iconic

Iconic

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"Student loans provide an easy avenue for resistance. Not paying them would be like taking back the bailout money the government gave bankers and other financial criminals in 2009. The dollar amounts aren’t far off, and if American tax dollars can be used for a CEO’s bonus they can damn sure be used for education."

faithcantblog You were ahead of your time with this. Just don’t pay it back, brilliant!

violette-roses:

hair goals forever X

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snorlaxatives:

why the fuck does everyone in the purge movies want to kill people if crime was legal i’d find a way to erase my student debt and also probably steal a bunch of new clothes

also get gay married and free all the animals at sea world.

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foxxycleopatra:

"Call 1-800-steemer. Stanley Steemer gets carpets cleaner!"

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