the same as you.
April 24th
9:48 PM

Superimpose your face on my nose.

9:13 PM
Via
sapta-loka:

Jean Alexander Frater.
Stacked Dots, 2012. Acrylic paint on canvas.
Hole, 2010. Acrylic paint on canvas.
From the series of dot paintings, begun in 2003.

sapta-loka:

Jean Alexander Frater.

Stacked Dots, 2012. Acrylic paint on canvas.

Hole, 2010. Acrylic paint on canvas.

From the series of dot paintings, begun in 2003.

April 23rd
10:20 PM
Via
"For small creatures such as we the vastness is bearable only through love."
—  Carl Sagan, Contact (via likeafieldmouse)
April 22nd
10:26 PM
Via
2:58 PM
Via
April 21st
11:35 PM
"The United States owes debts everywhere. It owes debts not only to the countries of Latin America, Asia and Africa, but also to the countries of Europe and Oceania. The whole world, Britain included, dislikes the United States. The masses of the people dislike it. Japan dislikes the United States because it oppresses her. None of the countries in the East is free from U.S. aggression. The United States has invaded our Taiwan Province. Japan, Korea, the Philippines, Viet Nam and Pakistan all suffer from U.S. aggression, although some of them are allies of the United States….Everything is subject to change. The big decadent forces will give way to the small new-born forces. The small forces will change into big forces because the majority of the people demand this change. The U.S. imperialist forces will change from big to small because the American people, too, are dissatisfied with their government….To oppose U.S. imperialism, people of European origin in the Latin American countries should unite with the indigenous Indians. Perhaps the white immigrants from Europe can be divided into two groups, one composed of rulers and the other of the ruled…In this we are comrades…We are of the same nature as you in our opposition to imperialist oppression, differing only in geographical position, nationality and language. But we are different in nature from imperialism, and the very sight of it makes us sick."
—  

Mao Zedong: “U.S. Imperialism is a Paper Tiger,” July 14, 1956.

Mao breakin it down.

11:18 PM
"The Chinese people are not to be cowed by U.S. atomic blackmail. Our country has a population of 600 million and an area of 9,600,000 square kilometers. The United States cannot annihilate the Chinese nation with its small stack of atom bombs. Even if the U.S. atom bombs were so powerful that, when dropped on China, they would make a hole right through the earth, or even blow it up, that would hardly mean anything to the universe as a whole, though it might be a major event for the solar system."
—  

Mao Zedong: “The Chinese People Cannot Be Cowed by the Atom Bomb”

January 28, 1955.

10:42 PM

holy smokes. I am getting so excited for farm lyfe. 

summers ah creepin’

10:15 PM
Simon Massey di Vallazza
:)

Simon Massey di Vallazza

:)

7:15 PM

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