suicideblonde:

SAINT DOLLY PRAY FOR US

suicideblonde:

SAINT DOLLY PRAY FOR US

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supermodelgif:

givenchy, menswear fw 2014

supermodelgif:

givenchy, menswear fw 2014

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Samira Wiley as James Dean photographed by Sid Avery

I just. Can’t. I’m dead.

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"That’s what I do: I make coffee and occasionally succumb to suicidal nihilism. But you shouldn’t worry — poetry is still first. Cigarettes and alcohol follow."

Anne Sexton, from A Self-Portrait In Letters  (via loveage-moondream)

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Anonymous said: how do you tell if your straight or gay or whatever

letsmakeloaf:

if ya see somebody

and you’re like

hot hottie hello

and you wanna put kissies on the face,

then do.

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jtotheizzoe:

compoundchem:

Great graphic from James Kennedy (@VCEasy) comparing natural & artificial peaches.

Interesting infographical look at how a few thousand years of human intervention can result in a deliciously juicy summer treat. Most interesting? The percentage of sugar a peach holds has not gone up that much, only the edible flesh ratio and percent water have.
I should add that in this graphic, “artificial” just means that the modern peach was artificially selected by farmers who chose which variants to propagate, as opposed to being subject to the unguided processes of natural selection. I worry about the misconception that “artificial” here might be misconstrued into meaning “inferior” or “dangerous” or “fake”. It is none of those things.
Don’t fear the fruits of science. Especially the juicy ones. 
(Breaking down the chemical fear and overuse of scare quotes that surround the “natural vs. artificial” food movement is the whole point of James Kennedy’s infographics, like his famous list of ingredients in an all-natural banana, I just want to make sure that it comes across to people not familiar with his work!)

jtotheizzoe:

compoundchem:

Great graphic from James Kennedy () comparing natural & artificial peaches.

Interesting infographical look at how a few thousand years of human intervention can result in a deliciously juicy summer treat. Most interesting? The percentage of sugar a peach holds has not gone up that much, only the edible flesh ratio and percent water have.

I should add that in this graphic, “artificial” just means that the modern peach was artificially selected by farmers who chose which variants to propagate, as opposed to being subject to the unguided processes of natural selection. I worry about the misconception that “artificial” here might be misconstrued into meaning “inferior” or “dangerous” or “fake”. It is none of those things.

Don’t fear the fruits of science. Especially the juicy ones. 

(Breaking down the chemical fear and overuse of scare quotes that surround the “natural vs. artificial” food movement is the whole point of James Kennedy’s infographics, like his famous list of ingredients in an all-natural banana, I just want to make sure that it comes across to people not familiar with his work!)

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kristenstewartfashionstyle:

Fuck.

kristenstewartfashionstyle:

Fuck.

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