Four women have lunch in the roof garden on Adelaide House, overlooking the River Thames and Tower Bridge, c. 1934
Four women have lunch in the roof garden on Adelaide House, overlooking the River Thames and Tower Bridge, c. 1934

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sherlooolly:

A sad episode for all.

sherlooolly:

A sad episode for all.

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durpacerangerrogjro:

IT’S BEEN OVER A YEAR SINCE I SAW THIS POST I’M SO HAPPY

durpacerangerrogjro:

IT’S BEEN OVER A YEAR SINCE I SAW THIS POST I’M SO HAPPY

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Stove is silently judging you http://ift.tt/1pfjfEr— Faces in Things (@FacesPics) August 27, 2014
kqedscience:

Giant stinky Corpse Flower, blossoming
“The Huntington, a wonderful destination here in Los Angeles, has posted GIFs of the rare Corpse Flower blossoming. If you’re in Southern California, you gotta see it in person. The plant’s latin name, Amorphophallus titanum comes from Ancient Greek amorphos, “without form, misshapen” + phallos, “phallus”, and titan, “giant.”
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kqedscience:

Giant stinky Corpse Flower, blossoming

The Huntington, a wonderful destination here in Los Angeles, has posted GIFs of the rare Corpse Flower blossoming. If you’re in Southern California, you gotta see it in person. The plant’s latin name, Amorphophallus titanum comes from Ancient Greek amorphos, “without form, misshapen” + phallos, “phallus”, and titan, “giant.”

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frankie-boyle:

Comedian, Frankie Boyle, on women’s representation in Comics at “Kapow! Comic Convention

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thegetty:

ryanlintelman:

thegetty:

On this day in history, a British colonial magistrate in India began using fingerprints as identifiers. It is considered the first official use of nature’s signature.
Can you find the painter’s accidental fingerprint on this Classical Athenian mug fragment? Click through for a close up!

Are you kidding me, Getty? This post is about the fingerprint on this mug? How about WHAT THE F**K IS THIS GUY DOING?

Good point. We asked our antiquities expert and here’s what he said!

thegetty:

ryanlintelman:

thegetty:

On this day in history, a British colonial magistrate in India began using fingerprints as identifiers. It is considered the first official use of nature’s signature.

Can you find the painter’s accidental fingerprint on this Classical Athenian mug fragment? Click through for a close up!

Are you kidding me, Getty? This post is about the fingerprint on this mug? How about WHAT THE F**K IS THIS GUY DOING?

Good point. We asked our antiquities expert and here’s what he said!

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socialjust-ish:

wire-man:

There were no survivors.

Pacific Rim 2 looks great.

socialjust-ish:

wire-man:

There were no survivors.

Pacific Rim 2 looks great.

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