sheho

wolf stuck in a girl's body
#wood #vscocam

#wood #vscocam

#Honduras #vscocam

#Honduras #vscocam

Writers don’t write from experience, although many are hesitant to admit that they don’t. …If you wrote from experience, you’d get maybe one book, maybe three poems. Writers write from empathy.

—Nikki Giovanni (via writersrelief)

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Backpack Buckley

Backpack Buckley

gohlde:

Japan can actually make anything beautiful. I remember on my trip each city had it’s own design for manholes and it was so cool

gohlde:

Japan can actually make anything beautiful. I remember on my trip each city had it’s own design for manholes and it was so cool

(Source: chookypoow, via lackinglovely)

Ironically, Adolf Hitler displayed more knowledge of how we treated Native Americans than American high schoolers today who rely on their textbooks. Hitler admired our concentration camps for American Indians in the west and according to John Toland, his biographer, “often praised to his inner circle the efficiency of America’s extermination—by starvation and uneven combat” as the model for his extermination of Jews and Gypsies (Rom people).

James W. Loewen, Lies My Teacher Told Me  (via pupunahsh)

truth! he was a real fan of Andrew Jackson and his tactics too

(via adailyriot)

The difference between the United Snakes and nazi Germany is that Germany lost.

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In your free time, check out Lies My Teacher Told Me. 

(via antithestasia)

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jedavu:

Expressive Photos Of Nude, Contorted Bodies That Reflect On The Human Condition

Like her compatriot Klaus Kampert, Berlin-based photographer Evelyn Bencicova is drawn to the human form.

Her ‘Ecce Homo’ series, which means ‘Behold the man’ in Latin, features photographs of graceful, contorted nude bodies piled on top of and against one another. 

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@memorymapband @joyfulnoiserecs

@memorymapband @joyfulnoiserecs

@memorymapband @joyfulnoiserecs

Woot #MemoryMap

Woot #MemoryMap