Shouting at No One
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daisyrosario:

humansofnewyork:

"What’s been your greatest accomplishment?""Keeping in touch with distant friends and relatives.""Why is that important?""It’s important to always have people who remember you at various stages of your life. It’s especially important as you get older, because there are less of those people around. And they remind you who you are."

I’ve been specifically working on this lately. 

these are the nuggets of truths I seek.

daisyrosario:

humansofnewyork:

"What’s been your greatest accomplishment?"
"Keeping in touch with distant friends and relatives."
"Why is that important?"
"It’s important to always have people who remember you at various stages of your life. It’s especially important as you get older, because there are less of those people around. And they remind you who you are."

I’ve been specifically working on this lately. 

these are the nuggets of truths I seek.

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I start crying before I cut the onions, that way I’m in control
Romeo DeVoid (via nevver)
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Delve.tv is a new web video channel that releases interesting video teasers and essays once a month. Might be worth keeping an eye on. 

Also check out part I of this video series here. 

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There’s a deceptively still body of water in Tanzania with a deadly secret—it turns any animal it touches to stone. The rare phenomenon is caused by the chemical makeup of the lake, but the petrified creatures it leaves behind are straight out of a horror film.

craytown

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at first i was like… what? but then i was like… WHOAA. seriously. kinetic sand. 

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(Source: 40licks)

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