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Posted on 22nd Jul at 3:31 PM, with 19,248 notes
freddythefandomhorse:

My stupid horse and his fucking friend just ran right into each other. People used to ride these things into battle. People used to be depended on these beasts for transport and the plowing of fields. People write novels and poems about these morons. Steven Spielberg made an entire movie based on how majestic and proud these creatures are. What a bunch of useless pieces of crap.
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freddythefandomhorse:

My stupid horse and his fucking friend just ran right into each other. People used to ride these things into battle. People used to be depended on these beasts for transport and the plowing of fields. People write novels and poems about these morons. Steven Spielberg made an entire movie based on how majestic and proud these creatures are. What a bunch of useless pieces of crap.

Posted on 22nd Jul at 2:55 PM, with 121,731 notes

orange-plum:

happycontender:

they saw the chance

You’re forgetting the best one

hue

Posted on 22nd Jul at 2:50 PM, with 3,634 notes
witchesandslippersandhoods:

Uniformity photographed by Kenshu Shintsubo, Purple Fashion S/S 2005
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witchesandslippersandhoods:

Uniformity photographed by Kenshu Shintsubo, Purple Fashion S/S 2005

Posted on 22nd Jul at 2:10 PM, with 244 notes

michigrim:

The Matrix (1999) Directed by Andy and Lana Wachowski
compared with
Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex 2nd Gig Episode 4 “NATURAL ENEMY” (2004) Production I.G.

It’s well known that Ghost in the Shell had a huge influence on The Matrix
I have taken the following info from the wikipedia page for the series as it sums it up better than I can at the current moment.


Japanese director Mamoru Oshii’s Ghost in the Shell was a strong influence.[19] Producer Joel Silver has stated that the Wachowskis first described their intentions for The Matrix by showing him that anime and saying, “We wanna do that for real”.[20][21]Mitsuhisa Ishikawa of Production I.G, which produced Ghost in the Shell, noted that the anime’s high-quality visuals were a strong source of inspiration for the Wachowskis. He also commented, “… cyberpunk films are very difficult to describe to a third person. I’d imagine that The Matrix is the kind of film that was very difficult to draw up a written proposal for to take to film studios.” He stated that since Ghost in the Shell had gained recognition in America, the Wachowskis used it as a “promotional tool”.[22]

It’s rather interesting that influences came full circle during the production of 2nd Gig.

Posted on 22nd Jul at 12:52 PM, with 954 notes
namelessin314:

United States Planes in World War II. Illus by Herbert Townsend, from America, the Story of Our Country, 1951
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namelessin314:

United States Planes in World War II. Illus by Herbert Townsend, from America, the Story of Our Country, 1951

Posted on 22nd Jul at 10:55 AM, with 637 notes

amnhnyc:

Today’s peek into the archives shows the arrival of the Willamette Meteorite to the Museum in 1906. 

Weighing 15.5 tons, this iron meteorite is the largest ever found in the United States and the sixth-largest in the world. The smooth surface melted during its blazing entry into the atmosphere, while the pits formed on the Earth’s surface.

The Willamette Meteorite was originally located within the Upper Willamette Valley of Oregon. It was revered as a spiritual being that has healed and empowered the people of the valley by the Clackamas Indians who occupied the region. 

Learn more about the formation of the Willamette Meteorite, and about its cultural significance

AMNH/2A9703 and AMNH/31498 from the Museum’s Online Digital Special Collections.

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