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...is that good? are we done here?

flyingone:

little known fact jack doubles as a mugger

(via fuckyeahjackwhite)

La vie en rose. #Pomplamoose #Ashville

#Ashville likes it’s #DoctorWho and it’s #yarn. #NorthCarolina

#Ashville likes it’s #DoctorWho and it’s #yarn. #NorthCarolina

historical-nonfiction:

The venus flytrap, though usually pictured in an exotic tropical jungle, is actually native to a 75-mile radius around Wilmington, North Carolina.

historical-nonfiction:

The venus flytrap, though usually pictured in an exotic tropical jungle, is actually native to a 75-mile radius around Wilmington, North Carolina.

I named him Mr. Handsome. #Nature

I named him Mr. Handsome. #Nature

weirdvintage:

Dali and Rhinoceros By Philippe Halsman (via Hermes on Wings)

weirdvintage:

Dali and Rhinoceros By Philippe Halsman (via Hermes on Wings)

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The Doctor: Lovely view out this window
Clara: Yeah! come and see all the...dark
The Doctor: The deep and lovely dark, you would never see the stars without it
weirdvintage:

‘Man Juggling His Own Head’, trick photography c. 1880 (via Retronaut)

weirdvintage:

‘Man Juggling His Own Head’, trick photography c. 1880 (via Retronaut)

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historical-nonfiction:

For the past 17 years, Talkeetna, Alaska has been run by a most unusual mayor — a cat named Stubbs.
Local merchant Lauri Stec discovered him in her parking lot in 1997 and dubbed him Stubbs because he lacked a tail; he was named honorary mayor of the 900-resident town shortly afterward, and Stec’s general store is now his mayoral office. Apparently he’s a bit demanding on the store’s employees, always wanting to climb on counters and be taken outside. 

His constituents have been largely pleased with his 17-year reign. “He doesn’t raise our taxes,” Stec said. “We have no sales tax. He doesn’t interfere with business. He’s honest.”

historical-nonfiction:

For the past 17 years, Talkeetna, Alaska has been run by a most unusual mayor — a cat named Stubbs.

Local merchant Lauri Stec discovered him in her parking lot in 1997 and dubbed him Stubbs because he lacked a tail; he was named honorary mayor of the 900-resident town shortly afterward, and Stec’s general store is now his mayoral office. Apparently he’s a bit demanding on the store’s employees, always wanting to climb on counters and be taken outside. 

His constituents have been largely pleased with his 17-year reign. “He doesn’t raise our taxes,” Stec said. “We have no sales tax. He doesn’t interfere with business. He’s honest.”