Tales of a 30-something Clevelander. A smattering of thoughts, pictures, videos, and words from my travels down the information superhighway. As my dad would say, pull up a chair and stay awhile.
My problem was that no one ever needed me as much as I needed them.
- (via deliriosity)

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Keep em comin.

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Sleep heavily and know that I am here with you. The past is gone, and cannot harm you anymore. And while the future is fast coming for you, it always flinches first, and settles in as the gentle present. This now, this us, we can cope with that. We can do this together you and I.
- Cecil Baldwin, Welcome to Night Vale. (via calvinjcandie)

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Braden Summers traveled all over the world to create dramatized romantic scenes featuring only gay couples.

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Let people feel the weight of who you are and let them deal with it.
- John Eldridge (via missinyouiskillingme)

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Daniel Radcliffe for New York Moves Magazine / Robert Ascroft’s “Server 1” x

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This is Alexandrite, it’s also called “emerald by day, ruby by night”
It changes colour based on whether the light source is from the sun or from a candle.
It does this because Alexandrite strongly absorbs yellow light due to chromium ions in its crystal structure, leaving the other colours behind. Light from the Sun emits all colours, but it peaks in the green, and our eyes are most sensitive to green, so in Sunlight Alexandrite is green.
Incandescent lights are things like candles and filament light bulbs. They also emit all colours of light, but they peak far, far into the red, so there’s not nearly as much green or blue, so under those, Alexandrite is red. 
Gemstones are awesome.

Bill Hader Is So Funny He Makes Kristen Wiig Cry

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Cuttest Kid at DragonCon


Denver, CO-based artists Deepti Nair and Harikrishnan Panicker, collectively known as Hari & Deepti (previously featured here), have created a brand new series of their fantastically-themed and exquisitely detailed paper light box sculptures. Entitled “Oh, The Places You Will Go!”, these pieces are currently being shown as part of an exhibition at the Black Book Gallery in Denver.

"The artist couple were inspired by recent travels through Moab, Utah and Yellowstone, Wyoming, and transformed elements of their adventures into delicately hand-cut paper sculptures infused with mythology and science fiction. Each piece is lit from behind or below with LED strips and the boxes are exhibited in dark rooms to enhance the effect."

Hari & Deepti will also be showing work this December at Art Basel Miami 2014 for the Scope International Contemporary Art Show.

To check out more of Hari & Deepti’s wonderful creations visit the Black Book Gallery website and keep up with their latest work on Instagram

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The cute little monk in Xichan Temple, Fuzhou, southeast China’s Fujian Province.

I just have to repost this cute little guy.

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diane young // vampire weekend

irish and proud, baby, naturally
but you got the luck of a kennedy
so grab the wheel and keep holding it tight
til you’re tottering off into that good night

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I can’t promise you a perfect relationship, but what I can promise you is this- if you are willing to try, I’m staying.


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