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“It’s a long story. There’s so much to say that I don’t know where to begin. There are many aspects to my story, from my birth and right to the present day. I’m actually a very famous person—in Brazil. I was an extremely wealthy man. And then I lost everything. Overnight. Bing! Just like that. Then I went to Brazil and I was taken advantage of. Not that I’m stupid; I’m a highly intelligent man. Not that I’m complimenting myself because self-praise is no praise. On the other hand, there’s a stupid side to me. Many people there took advantage of me. Despite that, I love Brazil. It’s a marvelous country. The people are marvelous people. They know how to live. They have a zest for life. They can have 50 cents in their pocket, and they are happy as a pig in shit.”

portraitsofboston:

“It’s a long story. There’s so much to say that I don’t know where to begin. There are many aspects to my story, from my birth and right to the present day. I’m actually a very famous person—in Brazil. I was an extremely wealthy man. And then I lost everything. Overnight. Bing! Just like that. Then I went to Brazil and I was taken advantage of. Not that I’m stupid; I’m a highly intelligent man. Not that I’m complimenting myself because self-praise is no praise. On the other hand, there’s a stupid side to me. Many people there took advantage of me. Despite that, I love Brazil. It’s a marvelous country. The people are marvelous people. They know how to live. They have a zest for life. They can have 50 cents in their pocket, and they are happy as a pig in shit.”

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Long exposure, 3 traffic lights in the fog.

laceninja:

 

Long exposure, 3 traffic lights in the fog.

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"Taxes: crowdsourced financing for the military industrial complex."

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magictransistor:

Adolph Vollmy’s woodcut engraving of the 1833 Leonid meteor shower (After Karl Jauslin), c. 1889.

magictransistor:

Adolph Vollmy’s woodcut engraving of the 1833 Leonid meteor shower (After Karl Jauslin), c. 1889.

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explore-blog:

A rare and wonderful interview with legendary, reclusive artist Agnes Martin 

explore-blog:

A rare and wonderful interview with legendary, reclusive artist Agnes Martin 

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Nine Inch Nails perform on Austin City Limits

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Sex Pistols “Problems” live on 120 Minutes, 1996

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wburartery:

Happy Monday.

Also how I feel watching Cosmos.

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The human talent for pattern-recognition is a two-edged sword: We’re especially good at finding patterns, even when they aren’t really there — something known as false pattern-recognition.

We hunger for significance — for signs that our personal existence is of special meaning to the universe. To that end, we’re all too eager to deceive ourselves and others.

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In the third episode of his fantastic Cosmos series, Neil deGrasse Tyson reminds us of how pattern-recognition both fuels our creativity and makes our minds mislead us.
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vedranmisic:

Sunday Doodle

vedranmisic:

Sunday Doodle

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“Selling out is usually more a matter of buying in.”