just some of my favourite secrets from this week originals sins
ICONS OF THE BIBLE…Latest series by International Photographer…James C. Lewis. Each Icon is represented by a PERSON OF COLOR. Exhibit to be unveiled in November 2014. Check out article for more details of this great project: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/05/07/characters-from-bible-really-look-like-_n_5281519.html
This is beautiful. This is perfect.
It says so many things though that putting these faces to these names ends up surprising me because I am so used to everyone portraying them as white.
people say ‘I love you’ in a lot of different ways
'get some sleep'
'here have my fries'
"you’re such a nerd"
a fucking pirate king at that
And it’s awesome because she started as this fucking proper Lady who was expected to marry a wealthy and accomplished, but one she did not love, but instead fell for the blacksmith and became a pirate, fucking shit up and taking names.
And she rocked every fucking second of her story, from Lady to Pirate King.
So one of the bigger mysteries of In The Flesh is the character of the Undead Prophet, who has yet to be unmasked, despite the fact that he and his preachings are so vital to the story. I think that it’s actually pretty important that he hasn’t been unmasked yet, and I’m pretty sure I know who he is.
The Avengers. It’s what we call ourselves. Sorta like a team. Earth’s Mightiest Heroes type thing.
after a very unfortunate running injury i was unable to walk properly for half a year, four months later I ripped a muscle and damaged a nerve in my arm, then lost my eyesight in one eye. horrible migraines caused by the difference between my two eyes made everything hazy and since the light was making it unbearable, I closed myself inside, shut all blinds, and lived for almost two weeks in complete darkness, only going out to get food supplies.
Going through stacks of things collected today, And on many instances, I’ll see this scientific publication on trilobites that dates back to 1944.
In the last few years the Field Museum renovated and consolidated its entire pinned insect collection into the one space it is currently in. But immediately before undergoing its renovations, there was so much material in that space that they advertised to the rest of the museum certain objects and publications that could be taken otherwise face the trashcan. I remember the counter top being covered in various publications and collecting materials. And somehow this publication was among all the stacks of mostly The Coleopterist. I grabbed a couple of those and various other things from when I went down there. But this one always remains separated from the rest of the stuff. And I’m never really sure where to put it.