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rikin8r:

dieochik:

manghost—and—grave:

"this isn’t some project you can do in one night"

NOT UNTIL I SHIFT INTO

MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE

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*misses deadline* i knew i should’ve gotten the turbo

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— 1 day ago with 211728 notes

the-most-profound-of-bonds:

interruptingpanda:

tipsy-tom-drank-too-much-blood:

avrooml:

anchy2006:

someone has expanded their interests I see

LOKI NO

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I saw this and nearly spit.

I feel so much sympathy for the people who don’t understand the humor in this

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— 1 day ago with 54334 notes

happydorid:

happydorid:

To go along with my Tea Spirits 2015 Calendar Kickstarter I’ll be giving away some free tea!

The winner will receive their choice of one tea (2oz) from the eight listed above. Teas are from the lovely Song Tea.

Rules

  • Reblog this post to enter. 
  • Up to two reblogs per person.
  • Shipping is on me. (anywhere in the world)
  • The winner will be chosen by random Oct 17 midnight PST!

And if you’re interested in the calendar or teas check out the project here

last day to enter! Picking the winner tonight

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— 3 days ago with 3493 notes

dumbledorathexplora:

I think its horrible how people just celebrate Halloween without knowing why! We wouldn’t even be here if Jesus hadn’t saved Jerusalem and slain the Great Pumpkin.

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— 4 days ago with 37640 notes
undeadseanbean:

and the count keeps going up!! i love you guys! thanks to everyone who promo’d me! here’s a super half assed drawing that i gave up on halfway thru lol

undeadseanbean:

and the count keeps going up!! i love you guys! thanks to everyone who promo’d me! here’s a super half assed drawing that i gave up on halfway thru lol

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— 4 days ago with 487 notes
#yeah Florida! 
le-rococo-en-versailles:

Coaches Museum. Portugal.The “Ocean’s Coach” was comissioned by John V of Portugal in 1715. The decoration represents the Atlantic Ocean meeting the Indian Ocean.

My ride is here.

le-rococo-en-versailles:

Coaches Museum. Portugal.

The “Ocean’s Coach” was comissioned by John V of Portugal in 1715. The decoration represents the Atlantic Ocean meeting the Indian Ocean.

My ride is here.

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— 6 days ago with 666 notes
crazycritterlife:

query-and-echo:

crazycritterlife:

I took Ollie out of the mews yesterday for the first time in a couple weeks and he was just as adorable and cuddly as ever! This bird’s personality amazes me.

Why aren’t you wearing a glove?

Because it’s a kestrel. He’s tiny. Gloves are not necessary. I only use the glove with him during training or feeding. 

crazycritterlife:

query-and-echo:

crazycritterlife:

I took Ollie out of the mews yesterday for the first time in a couple weeks and he was just as adorable and cuddly as ever! This bird’s personality amazes me.

Why aren’t you wearing a glove?

Because it’s a kestrel. He’s tiny. Gloves are not necessary. I only use the glove with him during training or feeding. 

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— 6 days ago with 18220 notes
collectorandco:

half an hour at the kenninji temple, Kyoto, Japan/ aurelio.asiain / flickr

collectorandco:

half an hour at the kenninji temple, Kyoto, Japan/ aurelio.asiain / flickr

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— 6 days ago with 239 notes

art-of-swords:

Tanto Dagger

  • Dated: Koto era
  • Measurements: 11 3/4 inches overall, 7 inch blade

The dagger has a blade fitted with a golden collar, showing a deeply carved bonshi horimono on the right side of the blade and a spearhead pattern on the left. The signature on the tang attributes the blade to “Kanemitsu”, in the later portion of the Koto era.

The black lacquer panels feature golden floral accents are present on the sides of the hilt and sheath, with the edges and tips, along with the tsuba, decorated with raised cherry blossoms with golden accents.

The mekugi is topped with a pair of 3/4 inch long golden butterflies, and a three dimensional gold accented silver flower arrangement serves as a suspension band on the back edge. The dagger has a 6 inch long two-piece kogai with 5 carved symbols on the front of each side, and a two symbol signature on the back with a golden three symbol signature inside the slot.

Sidenotes:

  1. Swords/blades made during the Heian period (794-1185) through the late Muromachi Era (1573-1599) are called Koto, and are classified in terms of the Gokaden, the five schools that developed in the provinces of Yamashiro, Yamato, Bizen, Soshu, and Mino.
  2. During the Koto period, the features of the jigane varied significantly because of the different materials used in each province. Swords made during this period can be recognized by the forging style, often down to the specific smith.

Source: Copyright © 2014 Rock Island Auction

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— 6 days ago with 1937 notes
#sooo pretty