1. ruinasubmersa:

Tienes miedo?

    ruinasubmersa:

    Tienes miedo?

  2. chepiiillo:

Gaspésie National Park, Quebec, Canada #gaspesie #nationalpark #gaspesienationalpark #quebec #canada #river #sanlorenzoriver #river #sanlorenzo #reflectiln #nature #natural #travel #trip #traveling #traveler #travelballoons #viaje #viajes #holidays #vacation #vacaciones #stunning #gorgeous #amazing #beautiful

    chepiiillo:

    Gaspésie National Park, Quebec, Canada #gaspesie #nationalpark #gaspesienationalpark #quebec #canada #river #sanlorenzoriver #river #sanlorenzo #reflectiln #nature #natural #travel #trip #traveling #traveler #travelballoons #viaje #viajes #holidays #vacation #vacaciones #stunning #gorgeous #amazing #beautiful

  3. You know what I am going to start a sexual fetish group devoted to tenderness and respect. Wait ‘till the kinkshamers find about this one! 

  4. attention the new meme has been found

    toxines:

    it is being nice to each other and having fun every day

  5. heaveninawildflower:

Transformation of cicada septendecim (1885). “Report of the Entomologist Dept. Agriculture 1885.”
Image and text courtesy NYPL Digital Gallery.

    heaveninawildflower:

    Transformation of cicada septendecim (1885). “Report of the Entomologist Dept. Agriculture 1885.”

    Image and text courtesy NYPL Digital Gallery.

  6. verygaygirlfriendfoxmulder:

    *looks at couple suspiciously* so uh… whos the scully and whos the mulder….

  7. jonasgrossmann:

    marcel breuer… rotterdam @ seanrwatson

  8. descentintotyranny:

Obama Administration’s Game of Geopolitical Terrorist Whack-a-Mole Expands with Strikes in Syria — Kevin Gosztola
Sep. 23 2014
The United States bombed targets in Syria, drastically expanding the warfront in the Middle East. America’s military forces attacked Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) targets, as President Barack Obama had suggested would happen during his speech nearly two weeks ago. What came as a surprise was the fact that unilateral attacks also targeted the Khorasan Group, which Obama had not mentioned in his speech and is led by people who the US had been fighting in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Lieutenant General William Mayville stated in a briefing that the Pentagon has been “watching this group” for a long time and believed the group was “nearing the execution phase in an attack either in northern Europe or the [US] homeland.”
US Central Command, in a press release which formed the basis for most US reporting on the air strikes, reported the US had “taken action to disrupt the imminent attack plotting against the United States and Western interests conducted by a network of seasoned al-Qaeda veterans – sometimes referred to as the Khorasan Group – who have established a safe haven in Syria to develop external attacks, construct and test improvised explosive devices and recruit Westerners to conduct operations. These strikes were undertaken only by US assets.”
A statement made by President Barack Obama acknowledged the strikes on Khorasan Group targets but avoided any specifics on why this group needed to be targeted now. Instead, Obama added, “It must be clear to anyone who would plot against America and try to do Americans harm that we will not tolerate safe havens for terrorists who threaten our people.”
According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, the attacks reportedly killed about 70 militants from ISIS and about 50 from Nusra Front, which is the “parent organization of the Khorasan cell.” Eight civilians were killed too.
The rationale for escalating war in Syria is questionable enough when considering what will happen with US and US-led forces attacking ISIS targets. But the risks of mission creep and transforming Syria into a greater quagmire than it already happens to be would seem to rise exponentially if the US is going to conduct surprise attacks on other terrorist or militant groups.
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    descentintotyranny:

    Obama Administration’s Game of Geopolitical Terrorist Whack-a-Mole Expands with Strikes in Syria — Kevin Gosztola

    Sep. 23 2014

    The United States bombed targets in Syria, drastically expanding the warfront in the Middle East. America’s military forces attacked Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) targets, as President Barack Obama had suggested would happen during his speech nearly two weeks ago. What came as a surprise was the fact that unilateral attacks also targeted the Khorasan Group, which Obama had not mentioned in his speech and is led by people who the US had been fighting in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

    Lieutenant General William Mayville stated in a briefing that the Pentagon has been “watching this group” for a long time and believed the group was “nearing the execution phase in an attack either in northern Europe or the [US] homeland.”

    US Central Command, in a press release which formed the basis for most US reporting on the air strikes, reported the US had “taken action to disrupt the imminent attack plotting against the United States and Western interests conducted by a network of seasoned al-Qaeda veterans – sometimes referred to as the Khorasan Group – who have established a safe haven in Syria to develop external attacks, construct and test improvised explosive devices and recruit Westerners to conduct operations. These strikes were undertaken only by US assets.”

    A statement made by President Barack Obama acknowledged the strikes on Khorasan Group targets but avoided any specifics on why this group needed to be targeted now. Instead, Obama added, “It must be clear to anyone who would plot against America and try to do Americans harm that we will not tolerate safe havens for terrorists who threaten our people.”

    According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, the attacks reportedly killed about 70 militants from ISIS and about 50 from Nusra Front, which is the “parent organization of the Khorasan cell.” Eight civilians were killed too.

    The rationale for escalating war in Syria is questionable enough when considering what will happen with US and US-led forces attacking ISIS targets. But the risks of mission creep and transforming Syria into a greater quagmire than it already happens to be would seem to rise exponentially if the US is going to conduct surprise attacks on other terrorist or militant groups.

    Read More

  9. I’m Not There (2007) dir.Todd Haynes

    (Source: alsk00)

  10. mama-marley:

skellertone:

the-almost-doctor:

ifuckingguess:

ravedm:

ahh when you click it :)))

holy shit what is that seriously

space. that is space.

The Sombrero galaxy

Seriously click it

    mama-marley:

    skellertone:

    the-almost-doctor:

    ifuckingguess:

    ravedm:

    ahh when you click it :)))

    holy shit what is that seriously

    space. that is space.

    The Sombrero galaxy

    Seriously click it

    (Source: lsdex)

  11. Roger, I had a very disturbing dream last night. In this dream I found myself making love to a strange man. Only I’m having trouble you see, because he’s old…. and dying…. and he smells bad, and I find him repulsive. But then he tells me that everything is erotic, that everything is sexual. You know what I mean? He tells me that even old flesh is erotic flesh. That disease is the love of two alien kinds of creatures for each other. That even dying is an act of eroticism. That talking is sexual. That breathing is sexual. That even to physically exist is sexual. And I believe him, and we make love beautifully.

    — David Cronenberg (via tohjiro)

  12. thefoursisterscameraclub:

duino-elegies:

Clara Rilke Westoff & Rainer Maria Rilke ca. 1903

    thefoursisterscameraclub:

    duino-elegies:

    Clara Rilke Westoff & Rainer Maria Rilke ca. 1903

    (Source: modersohn-museum.de)

  13. (Source: djunotomsni)