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memyselfandhate:

iamonlydorb:

sucysucyfivedolla:

the inside of your butt is warm enough to hardboil an egg

oh no I’m not falling for this one again

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REBLOG IF YOU’RE AN ARTIST!!!

ninjakato:

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Professional or not, no matter what art style, I wanna see how many artists are out there.

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REBLOG IF YOU’RE AN ARTIST!!!

ninjakato:

ask-raven-the-rabbit:

Professional or not, no matter what art style, I wanna see how many artists are out there.

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satwcomic:

What comes around goes around



I did a report on the history of witches as my final project for my religious studies, and I learned some very interesting things.

If you go back before the big Christian witch hunts you’ll see a lot of reports of people getting burned for accusing others of being witches. The explanation was because the church believed that only through God could you perform “magic” so even if someone tried to cast spells and what not it would be ineffective. Therefore the belief that others could perform magic was seen as just as pagan as people attempting it.

So if you accused someone of being a witch there was no grantee the “witch” would get killed, but you sure as hell would just for thinking witches existed.

As we all know the church eventually gave in to the people’s demand for “justice” and the big witch hunts started.

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"I wasn’t thinking anything. It just– kinda happened. You gonna let them do this? Come after us like some kind of witch hunt?"

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nationalpost:

Legally blind Ottawa girl, sees with high-tech glasses: ‘I went from just seeing nothing to seeing everything in my classroom’

Emma-Rose Gibson can see clearly no more than three centimetres in front of her, but a new device is allowing the nine-year-old Ottawa girl to watch TV.

The legally blind Grade 4 student, who is diagnosed with optic nerve hypoplasia, is one of the first users of the eSight eyewear, a pair of computerized glasses officially launched Tuesday in Toronto.

The device — made by Ottawa-based eSight Corporation — reconfigures images captured by its high-definition camera in a way to optimize a user’s vision. The processed images are then fed into two LED screens in front of the user’s eyes.

Gibson, who has been using the device since May, said it allows her to participate fully in class and grants her a degree of mobility she didn’t have before.

“When I first heard of it, I was like, ’Wow, this can actually change my life.”’ (Photo: Ethan Lou / The Canadian Press)

What the. This is great. 

Another step closer to Star Trek.

The VISOR

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40 Day Pokemon Challenge - [Day 12] - Favorite Electric Type (companion piece to x)

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haanigram:

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Star Trek TNG S3
Breaking Bad S5
Orange is the new black S1
Rayuela (Julio Cortázar)
Good Omens (Neil Gaiman & Terry Pratchett)
Until I full learn how to be adult.
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