chubbinafatzarelli:

the only nudes i ever needed tbh

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quentintarantinc:

If Tarantino doesn’t take me under his wing in the next year I’m suing tumblr for making me waste all my time on this lame ass site tbh

ianbrooks:

Lion Monument by Bertel Thorvaldsen

Also known as the Lion of Lucerne, this sculpture in Lucerne, Switzerland, commemorates the Swiss Guards who were massacred in 1792 during the French Revolution. Mark Twain praised the sculpture of a mortally-wounded lion as “the most mournful and moving piece of stone in the world” and Mark Twain knew what he was talking about, guys.

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h0odrich:

nice try mom

tramampoline:

callurn:

thestarkwhoskateboards:

callurn:

Kill Bill technically takes place in the same universe as Spy Kids just so you all know

how do you figure that

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uncle machete from spy kids is the same machete from machete and machete kills, if that wasn’t clear

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20aliens:

Thomas Rousset

the-actual-universe:

THE LONELY PLANET

Poor Neptune doesn’t get a lot of visitors. To date, Voyager 2 is the only spacecraft to visit this distant planet, and the data it gathered inspired this composite image created by Rolf Wahl Olsen. 

Backlit by the Sun, some of Neptune’s interesting features are highlighted. Its moon, Triton, is visible close by on the right, as well as its very faint ring system, which was discovered during Voyager’s flyby. A dark band of clouds is visible as a spot right at the pole, with a vortex circling around it. 

Due to the dearth of high-resolution images of the Neptunian system, Olsen scoured the freely available data from NASA’s Planetary Data System in order to stitch this lovely image together. By modelling the density based on available data, Olsen was able to fill in gaps where the ring system was too faint to be seen. He also worked out the corresponding position of the background stars and added a view of Triton from Voyager’s passage 3 days after the flyby. By carefully considering his calculations, Olsen was able to create this lovely image that gives us a glimpse of what this mysterious outer planet may have looked like through a slightly different lens. 

-RLO

Image: Assembly/Processing - Rolf OlsenData - Voyager 2NASA Planetary Data System

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adrieldaniel:

“Children have the strangest adventures without being troubled by them.”

-J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan

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