This Is My Middle Finger

"Consistency is the hallmark of small minds." I'm basically dumping my collection of art and gothy stuff on tumblr. Hopefully someone will enjoy it. Sometimes containing nudity, sex, or social justice.

artagainstsociety:

Bruno Pontiroli

artagainstsociety:

Bruno Pontiroli

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Surprise! Cliven Bundy, Conservatives' Newest Hero, is a Huge Gigantic Racist

publicshaming:

Have your heard about Cliven Bundy? No? Why he’s only America’s newest patriot! Conservatives, Republicans, Libertarians, and right wingers of all types are going goo-goo over Mr. Bundy and his Bundy Ranch. Let me give you a little summary.

Cliven Bundy, like most good white right wingers, is…

theprofessorstrikesagain:

6louis9harry:

"In the last 20 years of my life, I’ve been using something unrecognizable. I’ve been acting for 20 years and I’ve gone unnoticed"

Doug Jones.

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imperfelicity:

yourladyfriend:

theworldjustgotlighter:

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. This one deserves more.

this breaks my heart

^

imperfelicity:

yourladyfriend:

theworldjustgotlighter:

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. This one deserves more.

this breaks my heart

^

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theatlantic:

How Going To Space Can Mess With the Astronaut Brain

The first astronauts who set foot on the moon were quarantined for three weeks when they returned to Earth. Scientists weren’t sure what kinds of lunar germs they might have brought back with them. 

That level of caution may sound absurd today, but a new study shows trips to outer space can still mess with astronauts on a physiological level. 

New research from Johns Hopkins finds that long-term deep space missions can alter brain proteins and cause cognitive deficits like lapses in attention and slower reaction times. Researchers came to this conclusion by exposing rats to high-energy particles that simulate the conditions that astronauts would experience in deep space, then running them through a series of test that mimic the fitness assessments that astronauts, pilots, and soldiers are required to take. 
But the strange thing scientists found is that deep-space conditions don’t affect everyone the same way.
Read more. [Image: Reuters]

theatlantic:

How Going To Space Can Mess With the Astronaut Brain

The first astronauts who set foot on the moon were quarantined for three weeks when they returned to Earth. Scientists weren’t sure what kinds of lunar germs they might have brought back with them. 

That level of caution may sound absurd today, but a new study shows trips to outer space can still mess with astronauts on a physiological level. 

New research from Johns Hopkins finds that long-term deep space missions can alter brain proteins and cause cognitive deficits like lapses in attention and slower reaction times. Researchers came to this conclusion by exposing rats to high-energy particles that simulate the conditions that astronauts would experience in deep space, then running them through a series of test that mimic the fitness assessments that astronauts, pilots, and soldiers are required to take. 

But the strange thing scientists found is that deep-space conditions don’t affect everyone the same way.

Read more. [Image: Reuters]

fatj2112:

Mark Ryden

fatj2112:

Mark Ryden

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rapturedsplicer:

Artist:Julie Dillon
victoriousvocabulary:

FORAMINATE
[verb]
1. to pierce; to penetrate into or run through (something), as a sharp, pointed dagger, object, or instrument does.
[adjective]
2. full of holes or foramina; perforated.
Etymology: from Late Latin forāminātus “bored, pierced”, equivalent to forāmin-.
[Bill Carman]

victoriousvocabulary:

FORAMINATE

[verb]

1. to pierce; to penetrate into or run through (something), as a sharp, pointed dagger, object, or instrument does.

[adjective]

2. full of holes or foramina; perforated.

Etymology: from Late Latin forāminātus “bored, pierced”, equivalent to forāmin-.

[Bill Carman]

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