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R I C E R C A R E

Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.

—W. Churchill (via robba)

I used to compare all men to my ex-boyfriend. Now I compare all men to the entertainment standard of my smartphone.

Dilbert

Tempting fate


TOBY «51 yea votes is what we see on the screen before a drop of wine is swallowed! Because there’s a little thing called what, Bonnie?»
BONNIE «Tempting fate?»
TOBY «’Tempting fate’ is what it’s called. In the three months this man has been on my radar screen, I have aged 48 years. This is my day of jubilee and I will not have it screwed up by what, Bonnie?»
BONNIE «By tempting fate.»
TOBY «By tempting fate! These things take patience. These things take skill. These things take luck. In the 15 months we’ve been in office, what kind of luck have we had, Ginger?»
GINGER «Bad luck.»
TOBY «What kind of luck?»
GINGER «Very bad luck.»
TOBY «We’ve had very bad luck.»

ASIG

subtilitas:

Building a bonfire.  Via (via)
There is something fascinating about the  a structure designed with the intent to destroy itself. An interesting twist on “form follow function;” the architecture of imminent demise.

subtilitas:

Building a bonfire. Via (via)

There is something fascinating about the a structure designed with the intent to destroy itself. An interesting twist on “form follow function;” the architecture of imminent demise.

(via unpalombaro)

ckck:

The first air show at the Grand Palais in Paris, France. September 30th, 1909. Photographed in Autochrome Lumière by Léon Gimpel.

ckck:

The first air show at the Grand Palais in Paris, France. September 30th, 1909. Photographed in Autochrome Lumière by Léon Gimpel.

iheartmyart:

Zineb Sedira, The Lovers, 2008

iheartmyart:

Zineb Sedira, The Lovers, 2008

minimae:

La logorrea e l’arte del gessetto.

minimae:

La logorrea e l’arte del gessetto.

yama-bato:

Untitled—New York
1971   Harry Callahan 
 Smithsonian American Art Museum

yama-bato:

Untitled—New York

1971 Harry Callahan 

Smithsonian American Art Museum

nigel:

Hats from the costume company that worked on The King’s Speech. 

nigel:

Hats from the costume company that worked on The King’s Speech

(Source: nigel)

artemisdreaming:

Rodney Smith

artemisdreaming:

Rodney Smith

(Source: mymodernmet, via alter43)

(Source: joeydeangelis, via elvira)

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