John Barrowman doing an impersonation of David Tennant when they discovered Jack Harkness was the Face of Boe.
my l;ungs ohg od
Oh my god I’m pissing, I can’t.
aw shit get it wednesday
HA! I almost forgot to reblog this today
Every Wednesday from now on.
Its wednesday yo
I don’t even know how to react right now.
Jessica Lloyd-Jones - Anatomical Neon, 2010
Blown glass human organs encapsulate inert gases displaying different colours under the influence of an electric current. The human anatomy is a complex, biological system in which energy plays a vital role. Brain Wave conveys neurological processing activity as a kinetic and sensory, physical phenomena through its display of moving electric plasma. Optic Nerve shows a similar effect, more akin to the blood vessels of the eye and with a front ‘lens’ magnifiying the movement and the intensity of light. Heart is a representation of the human heart illuminated by still red neon gas. Electric Lungs is a more technically intricate structure with xenon gas spreading through its passage ways, communicating our human unawareness of the trace gases we inhale in our breathable atmosphere.
I have to create my own business for a project.
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Every flavor would have a fun name:
The Doctor’s Double Chocolate Brownie
Hobbit’s Heathbar Crunch
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The Book Thief (2014): Official Cast
» Sophie Nélisse as Liesel Meminger
» Geoffrey Rush as Hans Hubermann
» Emily Watson as Rosa Hubermann
Bio: Anna Kamieńska was born in 1920 in Krasnystaw, eastern Poland. Kamieńska was a poet, translator, critic, essayist, and editor. She wrote twenty books of poetry, two volumes of Notebooks, a short-hand record of her readings and self-questioning, two volumes of commentaries on the Bible, along with translations from several Slavic languages, Hebrew, Latin and French. The Bloomsbury Review wrote in reference to her poetry collection Astonishments that “her poems reflect a constant struggle between the human world and higher spiritual planes, a conflict that arose from growing up during Nazi occupation of Poland and living under communism.”
- Kamieńska apparently started writing poetry at the age of 14.
- Kamieńska said “I write in order to comprehend, not to express myself.”
- Kamieńska’s husband, the poet Jan Śpiewak, suddenly died of cancer in 1967. Kamieńska turned to the Christian faith, which deeply influenced her later works.
- Kamieńska described Janusz Korczak, Mother Teresa, Albert Schweitzer and Simone Weil as her “saints and witnesses”.
I came back I say
though I thought there was no return
from “A Talk With Mother”
A melancholy of my own like the face
impossible to tear off
Some deaths are polite and quiet
as if somebody gave up his place
in a crowded tram
from “In a Hospital”
This hour too will be more lovely in recollection.
I know I’ve used this gif once today, but I really think it’s the most accurate representation of myself right now. GPOY. All day.
[Image: Captain Janeway cuddles a puppy. Image from Trekcore.]