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caitlinlouiseart:

Paysage Orageux (1900s)
 

caitlinlouiseart:

Paysage Orageux (1900s)

 

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feliciakainz:

carryonmywaywardalpaca:

dearborns:

#how many times have I quoted this in my lifetime #far too many and still not enough

Guys, btw, this is an actual insult

if he calls your mother a hamster, it indicates that she is a fast-breeding rodent— you can get the insult there

and if he says your father smelt of elderberries, well, wine was primarily made from elderberries in the time of king arthur. he’s calling his dad a drunk

more you know

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archdrude:

The Amazing Connections Between the Inca and Egyptian Cultures 

"The ancient Egyptians (in Africa) and the ancient pre-Incas/Incas (in South America) evolved on opposite sides of the globe and were never in contact.

Yet, both cultures mysteriously possessed the same strikingly identical body of ancient art, architecture, symbolism, mythology and religion.

The Victorian era scholars, faced with this enigma, concluded that both cultures must have been children of the same Golden Age parent civilization, “Atlantis.”

Today, Egyptian/Inca parallels are not only being ignored by American and Western scholars, they’re being suppressed.

Many baffling and unsolved similarities link the ancient Egyptians and the ancient pre-Incas/Incas ― even though both cultures evolved on opposite sides of the planet, separated by oceans” Read More

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thecharliecharmander:

"Jarvis, get Pikachu to use tackle.""Sir, wouldn’t you prefer to use thun-""Tackle, Jarvis!""Yes, sir."

thecharliecharmander:

"Jarvis, get Pikachu to use tackle."
"Sir, wouldn’t you prefer to use thun-"
"Tackle, Jarvis!"
"Yes, sir."

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laughingsquid:

‘Black Friday’, A New Book Featuring Photos Taken in Abandoned Shopping Malls Around the United States