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13 Skeletons Gettin’ Down In Normal, Everyday Situations

Beneath it all, we’re all the same: just weird, creepy bones.

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arresting-gear:

Art Contest of Battle Royale alternative posters.

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lottista:

Me

what it feels like when you’ve done something awesome and nobody notices.

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What I tell myself everyday..

Haha! Yep.

every time i freakout

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Are we really so different that we must be horrified of one of them uncovered, and completely okay with the other?

this is now my most favorited post ever

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“Fans will think they’re playing a video game or watching a Sci-Fi movie, but they’ll actually be viewing real NFL football as never presented before.”
Read: Replay Technologies Will Make Sports Replays Look Like Scenes From “The Matrix” - Fast Company

sportsnetny:

“Fans will think they’re playing a video game or watching a Sci-Fi movie, but they’ll actually be viewing real NFL football as never presented before.”

Read: Replay Technologies Will Make Sports Replays Look Like Scenes From “The Matrix” - Fast Company

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photojojo:

Dean Putney inherited a vast archive of over 1000 prints his great-grandfather captured in WWI. On top of that, what makes the find truly special is that many of the original negatives are in pristine condition.

Dean is crowd-funding a project to print a high-quality photo book using the preserved negatives.

Kickstarter Shows WWI Through a German Officer’s Photos

Thanks Willa Koerner!

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