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bogleech:

gameraboy:

"A Sticky Situation" (1960) by Carl Barks

I like how advertising is literally still exactly as sexist as they’re joking about in this comic from 54 years ago.

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Rivver | LAMU

25 portraits creating 25 different mini-stories. Every person and every eye is shown behind a surface: glass, plastic, water, etc. Its an outside-in view on all these characters.

COMA - Missing Piece

Right in the feelings…

2014 Chevy Commercial - Maddie

FIRST KISS

…We asked twenty strangers to kiss for the first time…

What The World Would Be Like If Men Were Treated Like Women

Let me start with a fundamental observation: most people don’t know what they want unless they see it in context.

—Dan Ariely “The Truth About Relativity” (via peterspear)

My Tumblr turned 4 today! :D

My Tumblr turned 4 today! :D

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austinkleon:

Excerpt from A General Theory Of Love

quartey:

ucresearch:

ucresearch:

From A General Theory of Love by UCSF’s Dr. Thomas Lewis.
It’s a great mix of humor, poetics and science.  

“Long-standing togetherness writes permanent changes into a brain’s open book.  In a relationship, one mind revises another; one heart changes its partner. … Who we are and who we become depends, in part, on whom we love.”

"Who we are and who we become depends, in part, on whom we love."

I just started this last night. Started with the 7th chapter about kids. Lots of underlining, including this passage:


  Everything a person is and everything he knows resides in the tangled thicket of his intertwined neurons. These fateful, tiny bridges number in the quadrillions, but they spring from just two sources: DNA and daily life.


First heard about it from Maria.

austinkleon:

Excerpt from A General Theory Of Love

quartey:

ucresearch:

ucresearch:

From A General Theory of Love by UCSF’s Dr. Thomas Lewis.

It’s a great mix of humor, poetics and science.  

Long-standing togetherness writes permanent changes into a brain’s open book.  In a relationship, one mind revises another; one heart changes its partner. … Who we are and who we become depends, in part, on whom we love.”

"Who we are and who we become depends, in part, on whom we love."

I just started this last night. Started with the 7th chapter about kids. Lots of underlining, including this passage:

Everything a person is and everything he knows resides in the tangled thicket of his intertwined neurons. These fateful, tiny bridges number in the quadrillions, but they spring from just two sources: DNA and daily life.

First heard about it from Maria.

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