12.05.12.
san-ti:

whvt

san-ti:

whvt

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10.18.12.
vanished:

Liam Frankland

vanished:

Liam Frankland

(via san-ti)

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10.18.12.
notordinaryfashion:

I love this look

notordinaryfashion:

I love this look

(Source: tanzdreamerr)

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10.18.12.

“ Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you, too, can become great. ”

Mark Twain (via kari-shma)

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10.02.12.
notordinaryfashion:

vogue-police:

Keira Knightley in Vogue 2012

Love Her

notordinaryfashion:

vogue-police:

Keira Knightley in Vogue 2012

Love Her

(Source: passionperfect)

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9.13.12.
theweekmagazine:



Jupiter may have “saved Earth from a devastating cosmic collision” on Monday when it took a hit from what may have been a massive asteroid, resulting in a 100-mile-wide fireball large enough to be caught on film from Earth.This is the third time since 2009 observers have seen an impact flash on Jupiter’s surface, and some astronomers think the big planet’s gravitational pull serves as a sort of “cosmic shield” for the inner rings of planets — including Earth — “sweeping up incoming objects that would have a deadlier effect” if they were to crash into us. A few scientists think that without Jupiter’s protection, life on Earth wouldn’t have been able to develop.Watch the collision on Jupiter

theweekmagazine:

Jupiter may have “saved Earth from a devastating cosmic collision” on Monday when it took a hit from what may have been a massive asteroid, resulting in a 100-mile-wide fireball large enough to be caught on film from Earth.

This is the third time since 2009 observers have seen an impact flash on Jupiter’s surface, and some astronomers think the big planet’s gravitational pull serves as a sort of “cosmic shield” for the inner rings of planets — including Earth — “sweeping up incoming objects that would have a deadlier effect” if they were to crash into us. A few scientists think that without Jupiter’s protection, life on Earth wouldn’t have been able to develop.

Watch the collision on Jupiter

(via san-ti)

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8.27.12.
good:

Neil Armstrong
Born: August 5, 1930 First Moon Walk: July 21, 1969Time in Space: 8 days, 14 hours, 12 minutes, and 30 secondsRIP: August 25, 2012 From his 2005 USC commencement speech: 

“The single observation I would offer for your consideration is that some things are beyond your control. You can lose your health to illness or accident. You can lose your wealth to all manner of unpredictable sources. What are not easily stolen from you without your cooperation are your principles and your values. They are your most important possessions and, if carefully selected and nurtured, will well serve you and your fellow man. Society’s future will depend on a continuous improvement program for the human character. And what will that future bring? I do not know, but it will be exciting.”

good:

Neil Armstrong

Born: August 5, 1930 
First Moon Walk: July 21, 1969
Time in Space: 8 days, 14 hours, 12 minutes, and 30 seconds
RIP: August 25, 2012
 
From his 2005 USC commencement speech: 

“The single observation I would offer for your consideration is that some things are beyond your control. You can lose your health to illness or accident. You can lose your wealth to all manner of unpredictable sources. What are not easily stolen from you without your cooperation are your principles and your values. They are your most important possessions and, if carefully selected and nurtured, will well serve you and your fellow man. Society’s future will depend on a continuous improvement program for the human character. And what will that future bring? I do not know, but it will be exciting.”

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8.27.12.

(Source: weheartit.com, via notordinaryfashion)

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8.24.12.
good:

Happy Friday!

good:

Happy Friday!

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8.16.12.
littlecraziness:

(via DIY Sliding Knot Bracelet – Honestly WTF)

littlecraziness:

(via DIY Sliding Knot Bracelet – Honestly WTF)

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