it's a shame about raisins.

thecutestofthecute:

BREAKING NEWS!! DOGS IN PAJAMAS I REPEAT, DOGS!! IN. PAJAMAS!!

wrecked-anon:

Things i want in life: a Labyrinth remake with Kristen Stewart as Sarah and Tilda Swinton as Jareth.

aye-aye-rontron:

Gets me every time.

aye-aye-rontron:

Gets me every time.

huffingtonpost:

This Man With Severe Cerebral Palsy Created Mind-Blowing Art Using Just A Typewriter

Last year, 22-time Emmy award-winning reporter John Stofflet posted this news video he created for KING-TV in 2004, featuring Paul Smith and his artistic talents.

See the full video to see more of Smith’s artworks and to learn more about his inspiring story go here. 

xombiedirge:

3D Printed Samus Aran “Varia Suit” by Chelsea Mills / Blog

This perfect “Varia Suit” cosplay project took two years to design and build so check out the detailed creation thread HERE. You can also download the files you need to build your own, HERE.

blazepress:

This urinal changes colour in response to warmer temperatures.

blazepress:

This urinal changes colour in response to warmer temperatures.

digitrix:

President Bill Clinton with his cat Socks at the South Lawn at the White House, March 7, 1995.

digitrix:

President Bill Clinton with his cat Socks at the South Lawn at the White House, March 7, 1995.

weloveshortvideos:

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Vine by Lauren Lavoie

Dad spends school year waving at bus, embarrassing son

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I can’t decide if this is the best or the worst dad ever

If a man wakes up every day to put on a costume SOLELY to wave his child off to school, he is a dedicated father and truly one of the best out there, even tho this probably embarrassed the shit out of his kid

im going to be this father

theenergyissue:

Tele-Present Water Simulates a Spot in the Pacific from Halfway Around the World

Artist David Bowen is known for his kinetic sculptures that are driven by real-world data from natural phenomenon. For his work “Tele-Present Water,” first exhibited at the National Museum in Wroclaw, Poland, Bowen pulled real-time wave intensity and frequency data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) buoy station 46246 (49°59’7″ N 145°5’20″ W) located in the remote Shumagin Islands of Alaska. This information was scaled and transferred to a mechanical grid structure, resulting in an uncanny live simulation of the movement of water from halfway around the world. The piece, along with Bowen’s other works, speaks to the way technology and telecommunications can both alienate us from and unite us with the natural world. While technology has enabled us to control and model phenomena with unprecedented precision, it may also provide a means to understand the world in a more intimate, visceral way.