howdy, i'm ida.
space cowboys and sexy human trash cans are my weakness.

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Doctor Who as a bookseries: Series 8 | Episode 3| Robot of Sherwood

Doctor Who as a bookseries: Series 8 | Episode 3| Robot of Sherwood

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Anonymous said:
Tips for hanging out with some good looking boys???

productofsweden:

they’re probably really boring so make sure your phones fully charged

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The X-Files (September 10, 1993 - May 19, 2002)

You’re saying that, that time disappeared. Time can’t just disappear, it’s, it’s, it’s a universal invariant!

Not in this zip code.

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dawnawakened:

Adam Cvijanovic - Stardust, 2010

"In Stardust, 2010, Cvijanovic has made an expansive rendering of a hole blown out of a wall that looks out into space. He enhances a realist effect by depicting exposed ripped sheetrock and splintered beams from the imaginary blast in a trompe l’oeil manner. The hole in the wall is so convincing as a three-dimensional element of the wall that it acts as an intermediary, making whatever lies beyond its location believable, if only for a moment." - Kalin Allen

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I hate advice unless I’m giving it.
 And I hate giving advice, because people won’t take it.

I hate advice unless I’m giving it.
 And I hate giving advice, because people won’t take it.

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magictransistor:

Astronaut Alan L. Bean [Lunar Module Pilot]; pauses near a tool carrier during extravehicular activity (EVA) on the surface of the Moon. Commander Charles Conrad Jr., who took the photograph, is reflected in Bean’s helmet visor (NASA), 1969.

magictransistor:

Astronaut Alan L. Bean [Lunar Module Pilot]; pauses near a tool carrier during extravehicular activity (EVA) on the surface of the Moon. Commander Charles Conrad Jr., who took the photograph, is reflected in Bean’s helmet visor (NASA), 1969.

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Clémence Poésy pour PabloBehind the scenes

Clémence Poésy pour Pablo
Behind the scenes

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20aliens:

New York City 1989

20aliens:

New York City 1989

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"You fellas think of comics in terms of comic books, but you’re wrong. I think you fellas should think of comics in terms of drugs, in terms of war, in terms of journalism, in terms of selling, in terms of business. And if you have a viewpoint on drugs, or if you have a viewpoint on war, or if you have a viewpoint on the economy, I think you can tell it more effectively in comics than you can in words. I think nobody is doing it. Comics is journalism."

aleskot:

— Jack Kirby

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Hi, I’m April Ludgate, and I like people, places and things!

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