Ineluctably Constructed

- And every moment is a new and shocking valuation of all you have been -


every answer is a form of death - ask me  
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shreddingmountains:

Okay like unpopular opinion but making life decisions starting when you turn 18 is not a *new* thing or something our parents didn’t have to deal with.. I have a hard time doing adult things too but this whole “I was treated like a child and now I have to pay for things” sob story shit is so TIRED. Like BITCH SO HAS EVERYONE FOR ALL OF HISTORY! Your grandparents were married and had kids at your age!!!! You can deal with doing your laundry and not living with your mom!!!!!

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skunkbear:

Beautiful reconstructed hominin skulls — the early members of humanity’s family tree! You can see lots more on the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics Flickr page.

(via npr)

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ticklemebrahms:

So… This’ll pretty much take a sledgehammer to your heart.

ticklemebrahms:

So… This’ll pretty much take a sledgehammer to your heart.

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No other army in history has gone to greater lengths to avoid civilian casualties. War criminal Binyamin Netanyahu speaking to the UN General Assembly after going to great lengths to ensure he kills as many Palestinians as possible (and is still doing so)
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0-112:

“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.”— Albert Camus

(Source: wordsnquotes.com, via thenakedbiker)

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ATTENTION

chiinwonderland:

madvlogz:

savanaugh:

souleaterunlimited:

savanaugh:

I AM ON A MISSION. I AM GOING TO FOLLOW EVERY BLOG ON THIS SITE. ALL OF THEM. HELP ME ACHIEVE THIS GOAL, INTERNET STRANGERS, BY REBLOGGING THIS POST AND I WILL FOLLOW ALL WHO REBLOG IT. E V E R Y O N E.

I want to call bullshit but I can’t take that chance 

good.

holy shit you’re really doing it

o-o what number are you at bro

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But if procrastination is so clearly a society-wide, public condition, why is it always framed as an individual, personal deficiency? Why do we assume our own temperaments and habits are at fault — and feel bad about them — rather than question our culture’s canonization of productivity? Recommended Reading: Anna Della Subin on our views of procrastination. You could also read Avery Erwin on procrastination and American artists. (via millionsmillions)
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