likeafieldmouse:

HiroshigeNew Year’s Eve Foxfires at the Changing Tree, Ōji (1857) 

(via what-is-this-i-dont-even)


godzillapanda:

This is the best thing I have seen all day

(Source: captainstormwind, via failbag)

Jeffrey sprayed me with his butt what a DICK

maximumbuttitude:

superpringle:

Let the feast begin.

a disquinguiched pallette
yoursocialconstructsareshowing:

persephoneholly:

the-elderscrolls:

Polish doctor that refused to perform abortion named a “hero”
Dr Bogdan Chazan was visited by an expecting mother (32 weeks into pregnancy), who already had 5 miscarriages before and was worried about her health. It turned out that the fetus had hydrocephalus, undeveloped brain and was missing many bones from its skull. The Doctor refused to perform an abortion and didn’t send the woman to another hospital which could do so (according to polish law, if a doctor doesn’t want to perform an abortion, he has to choose another hospital which will agree to do so). Chazan was named a “local hero” and “true warrior of Jesus in the name of life of the unborn” by many polish politicians and catholic activists. He used conscience clause as an excuse for his actions.
The woman gave birth to the child through a C-section. She and her husband spent 10 painful days watching their deformed child die a horrible death. When she finally decided to speak out, she said:
“During these 10 days, no priest, no pro life activist or even dr Chazan came to see the child, to ask if they can help. It was really hard to look at our child. We knew what was coming, but it was still very hard to cope with”
Congratulations, pro-lifers - another “life” saved, another “happy” child and “happy” family. 

But these people are ‘for life’ and don’t want people do suffer. Fuck every one of these fuckholes. I hate them all.

it kills me how the doctor was basically like,”i’ve done my job being a hero and all. off you go!” 
pumpkaboohoo:

spaos-case-marine:

poppopcrocker:

I CANNOT BELIEV

HOW DUMB IS TEXAS
teded:

These five lines are called a staff, and a staff operates on two axes: up and down and left to right. The up-and-down axis tells the performer the pitch of the note or what note to play, and the left-to-right axis tells the performer the rhythm of the note or when to play it.
From the TED-Ed Lesson How to read music - Tim Hansen
Animation by Thomas Parrinello

brocktopusthemello:

Horns down for what

(via girlsdontplaypercussion)


batsjustbats:

" its my orange and i want it now " 

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