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Still life photography of worn-out frying pans
Christopher Jonassen

ombuarchitecture:

Light Walls House

Located in Toyokawa city, the “Light Walls House” is a wooden house imagined by Japanese studio mA-style architects. White, minimalist and decorated with plants, this building has a structure which allows the light to reflect on the ground and on the walls in order to create patterns thanks to a trick of shadows and rays.

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We’re Always In On the Joke In Philadelphia: How To Make Jokes About Oppressive Culture Without Being Oppressive 

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It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is set up to become the longest running comedy in network television history, though it has received very little in the way of critical acclaim and awards. The humor of It’s Always Sunny is largely crude, depraved, and shocking, perhaps closer to MTV’s Jackass than NBC’s “smart comedy” brand. The show utilizes the sort of gags and gimmicks that are usually associated with gross insensitivity that will inevitably be parroted by legions of teenage boys a la South Park and Family Guy. Yet, during an extended marathon of randomly selected episodes from the seven seasons of It’s Always Sunny that are available steaming on Netflix, I did not feel that I was made uncomfortable by any of It’s Always Sunny's innumerable offensive jokes. Obviously, it goes without saying that It’s Always Sunny is by no means a perfect show, but I have been consistently pleasantly surprised by the social conscience of its creative team. (Disclaimer: I have not seen every episode of It’s Always Sunny. I am writing this article about the technique utilized in the episodes I have seen, not about the series as a whole.)

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"When is a monster not a monster?
Oh, when you love it."

 
- Caitlyn Siehl (via insanity-here-i-come)

How To Save Audio From Tumblr :) 

basebasebasebasebaseknowledge:

Alright, mah bois, time for a lesson in SAVING TUMBLR AUDIO!!!! YAY!!!

Alright, first lesson is for Chrome users:

Step 1: Find your audio, and HIT PLAY (it is very important that you hit play before you do anything else, otherwise the link you need will not appear i literally have no clue why but okay then)

Step 2: Right click on the audio and click on "Inspect Element"

Step 3: Press Ctrl+F on your keyboard to bring up the “Find” panel, then type in “/audio" (important that this is in lowercase writing, otherwise the link wont come up again i have no idea why lol)

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Step 4: Scroll through the search results until you find a link that looks like this one. 

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There should be a link to the blog that you see the audio coming from. (Sometimes, there are quite a few links to multiple blogs, that’ll happen if you have played multiple audios on your dash. Just look for the one with the right blog)

Step 5: Right click on this link and hit “Open Link in New Tab”

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Step 6: A new page will open with just the audio. Right click on the audio and click “Save Video As”. It will save as an MP3, don’t worry!

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FIREFOX USERS

Step 1: Find your audio, and HIT PLAY (it is very important that you hit play before you do anything else, otherwise the link you need will not appear i literally have no clue why but okay then)

Step 2: Right click on the audio and click on "Inspect Element"

Step 3: You’ll just have to search until you find a link that looks like this (link to blog where the audio came from on your dash)

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Step 4: Highlight this part of the link, copy it on keyboard (Crtl+C) and paste it into a new tab 

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Step 5: Right click on this link and hit “Open Link in New Tab”

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Step 6: Right click the audio and click “Save Audio As

Annnddd, if you’re on Internet Explorer, you are SOL

Hope that helps, love you guys xoxoxooxo



hukuzo:

Always Sunny.  Always.

theongreyjoy:

I don’t think they’re underachievers. I think they are overachievers. Their vision far exceeds their ability to execute that vision. They’re not the brightest bulbs, but they are certainly motivated. They work really, really hard to destroy whatever is in their path to get what they want and often times they succeed more than their faculties should allow. They are definitely not a reflection of who we are wholly as people. But there are aspects not only of us, the five of us, but aspects of ALL of humanity that we like to pretend don’t exist. But they’re there. Lying somewhere in the darkest caverns of our psyche beaten down by years of evolution, cooperation, etiquette. It’s just a matter of whether or not we choose to indulge them. These characters not only indulge them, they seem to revel in them, to cultivate them. To cherish them as weapons to be used in their pursuit of annihilating their own insecurities. But maybe that’s reading into it took much. Maybe they’re just assholes- Rob McElhenney.

queenelizabeth-jpg:

Pete Fleming IN THE ABSENCE OF EMPATHY YOU WILL FIND MALEVOLENCE. 2013

queenelizabeth-jpg:

Pete Fleming 
IN THE ABSENCE OF EMPATHY YOU WILL FIND MALEVOLENCE. 2013

mutisija:

i feel this frog on spiritual level

euo:

Considering how dangerous everything is nothing is really very frighteningGertrude Stein: Everybody’s  Autobiography (1937)Mikko Kourinki

euo:

Considering how dangerous everything is nothing is really very frightening
Gertrude Stein: Everybody’s  Autobiography (1937)
Mikko Kourinki

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Fantasia Collection

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