Im some kind of person, here is what I keep my mind busy with
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    Kingston Customs R100/7

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  • haggardd:

    Adriana Varejao

    (Source: 20aliens, via exites)

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  • gifcraft:

    Ant drinking water

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  • likeafieldmouse:

    Richard Wright - Untitled (2014)

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  • sciencealert:

    Lobsters can come in some pretty incredible colours! Here are a few of the rarest, including albino, calico, and ‘split’ varieties.

    Read more: http://on.wsj.com/1m3lWZp via The Wall Street Journal

    (via scienceyoucanlove)

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  • gabriellagamboa:

    A firefighter battles a five-alarm blaze in an abandoned building in San Jose a few weeks ago.

    April 13, 2014. 

    (via blackwithmoreblack)

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  • asylum-art:

    Everyday Objects With Faces Are Awesome

    When you walk around and look at everything around you, chances are, you may see a face. It may be human, it may be an animal, but sometimes you can see faces in inanimate objects. This is called Pareidolia: Seeing faces in random things!

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  • gambler-x:

    THIS WAS LITERALLY THE BEST COMIC I HAVE EVER HAD THE SINCEREST PLEASURE TO READ.

    (Source: pdlcomics, via p3n1s)

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  • oyezayn:

    vladith:

    Pakistani teenager Aitzaz Hasan died Monday after tackling a suicide bomber trying to enter his school. By sacrificing himself, he saved the lives of the 2,000 students studying inside. Hasan’s father says, ”My son made his mother cry, but saved hundreds of mothers from crying for their children.”

    This is bravery. This is selflessness. This is true courage.

    Source

    (Source: bachvevo, via nursefocker)

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  • Instagram for doctors: How one app is solving medical mysteries
    Sarah Kliff, vox.com

    A family-medicine doctor recent saw a 13-year-old with a weird, unidentifiable rash. It wasn’t itchy or painful, and the teenage boy hadn’t traveled anywhere recently. So the the doctor did what any modern physician would do: he took a photo and…

    (Source: futuramb, via nursefocker)

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  • portionsofeternity:

    4evermarked359:

    Greek coin, c 500-480 BC with octopus

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