ralflosthisboost:Being Wild: “The only signal coming from his wet brain was the same gentle hum, with no data, no meaning. He was full of questions but powerless to answer them. He looked at the February sun, low in the southern sky, and took off for the north. In time he felt hungry, but found no signals leading him toward food. He was on his own. He wanted to see Ellen, and to hug her. But he could not message her. He dug into his ancient memory for her whereabouts and came up empty.”
(From The Boost by Stephen Baker, 2014)

ralflosthisboost:
Being Wild: “The only signal coming from his wet brain was the same gentle hum, with no data, no meaning. He was full of questions but powerless to answer them. He looked at the February sun, low in the southern sky, and took off for the north. In time he felt hungry, but found no signals leading him toward food. He was on his own. He wanted to see Ellen, and to hug her. But he could not message her. He dug into his ancient memory for her whereabouts and came up empty.”

(From The Boost by Stephen Baker, 2014)

jonwheeler4: Taco cat spelt backwards is taco cat

jonwheeler4: Taco cat spelt backwards is taco cat

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"Any state, any entity, any ideology that fails to recognize the worth, the dignity, the rights of man, that state is obsolete…a case to be filed under ‘M’ for mankind in the Twilight Zone."

-closing monologue from The Obsolete Man (S02E29), 1961

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Mother and Child (or The Clown’s Wife) by Georges Rouault, 1905

Mother and Child (or The Clown’s Wife) by Georges Rouault, 1905

natgeofound: North Korean school girls practice playing accordions, August 1974. (photograph by H. Edward Kim, National Geographic)

natgeofound: North Korean school girls practice playing accordions, August 1974. (photograph by H. Edward Kim, National Geographic)

Canotier au chapeau haut de forme, Gustave Caillebotte, 1877

Canotier au chapeau haut de forme, Gustave Caillebotte, 1877

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Tonya Harding hands candy canes to fans in Portland, OR. (Friday, Dec. 23, 1994) after skating a short Christmas exhibition show. Harding dressed up as Mrs. Santa Claus and skated to the tune ‘Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas’. (AP Photo/Don Ryan)

Tonya Harding hands candy canes to fans in Portland, OR. (Friday, Dec. 23, 1994) after skating a short Christmas exhibition show. Harding dressed up as Mrs. Santa Claus and skated to the tune ‘Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas’. (AP Photo/Don Ryan)

Tonya Harding during the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville, France. (Tom Treick/The Oregonian)

Tonya Harding during the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville, France. (Tom Treick/The Oregonian)

Tonya Harding wears a “No Comment” sweatshirt with friends John and Stephanie Quintero on Feb. 8, 1994. (Steven Nehl/The Oregonian)

Tonya Harding wears a “No Comment” sweatshirt with friends John and Stephanie Quintero on Feb. 8, 1994. (Steven Nehl/The Oregonian)

Tonya Harding and coach Diane Rawlinson in January of 1994. (The Oregonian)

Tonya Harding and coach Diane Rawlinson in January of 1994. (The Oregonian)

Tonya Harding at home with her cat on Dec. 30, 1993. (Doug Beghtel/The Oregonian)

Tonya Harding at home with her cat on Dec. 30, 1993. (Doug Beghtel/The Oregonian)

During the 1991 U.S. Nationals in Minneapolis, MN, Tonya Harding  became the first American woman to land a triple axle in competition. (Tom Treick/The Oregonian)

During the 1991 U.S. Nationals in Minneapolis, MN, Tonya Harding  became the first American woman to land a triple axle in competition. (Tom Treick/The Oregonian)

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