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Don’t be a twat: parody posters tackle anti-social commuters (via)

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This really trips me out…

wat

It’s a haboob we get them here in Phoenix every summer

I refuse to believe it’s called a haboob

Ahaha

Seriously. It’s called a haboob.After a major one 3 years ago people started selling shirts saying “I survived the Haboob”.It’s like a gag that never stops during monsoon season lol

Wait but the car filming that, do they not have their head lights on? That seems dumb…

No believe you me, that IS with headlights.There are so many accidents while driving through these dust clouds because visibility is virtually zero. The best way to NOT crash is to pull OFF the road and turn your lights off. Leaving them on will attract other cars to running Into you.It’s scary how dark the center of these storms can actually be during the middle of the day

fuuuuuuuck

As someone who also lives in Arizona, everything said above is 100% true. Luckily I’ve never had to drive in one.

this is why as an Arizonan, i never go outside

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flyawaysoon:

r3druger:

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sleepybrowneyes:

slumkillage:

mermaidmachine:

keepittwisted:

This really trips me out…

wat

It’s a haboob we get them here in Phoenix every summer

I refuse to believe it’s called a haboob

Ahaha

Seriously. It’s called a haboob.
After a major one 3 years ago people started selling shirts saying “I survived the Haboob”.
It’s like a gag that never stops during monsoon season lol

Wait but the car filming that, do they not have their head lights on? That seems dumb…

No believe you me, that IS with headlights.
There are so many accidents while driving through these dust clouds because visibility is virtually zero.
The best way to NOT crash is to pull OFF the road and turn your lights off. Leaving them on will attract other cars to running Into you.
It’s scary how dark the center of these storms can actually be during the middle of the day

fuuuuuuuck

As someone who also lives in Arizona, everything said above is 100% true. Luckily I’ve never had to drive in one.

this is why as an Arizonan, i never go outside

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Dürrenstein by Youronas 
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We are absolutely in love!

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wow! it’s perfect

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"But do you love him?" asked Dorothy.
“It isn’t a question of loving him,” said Ursula. “I love him well enough - certainly more than I love anybody else in the world. And I shall never love anybody else the same again. We have had the flower of each other. But I don’t care about love. I don’t value it. I don’t care whether I love or whether I don’t, whether I have love or whether I haven’t. What is it to me?”
And she shrugged her shoulders in fierce, angry contempt.
Dorothy pondered, rather angry and afraid.
“Then what do you care about?” she asked, exasperated.
“I don’t know,” said Ursula. “But something impersonal. Love - love - love - what does it mean - what does it amount to? So much personal gratification. It doesn’t lead anywhere.”
“It isn’t supposed to lead anywhere, is it?” said Dorothy, satirically. “I thought it was the one thing which is an end in itself.”
“Then what does it matter to me?” cried Ursula. “As an end in itself, I could love a hundred men, one after the other. Why should I end with a Skrebensky? Why should I not go on, and love all the types I fancy, one after another, if love is an end in itself? There are plenty of men who aren’t Anton, whom I could love - whom I would like to love."

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"Don’t live the same year 75 times and call it a life."

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"Your voice sounds completely different in different languages. It alters your personality somehow. I don’t think people get the same feeling from you. The rhythm changes. Because the rhythm of the language is different, it changes your inner rhythm and that changes how you process everything.

When I hear myself speak French, I look at myself differently. Certain aspects will feel closer to the way I feel or the way I am and others won’t. I like that—to tour different sides of yourself. I often find when looking at people who are comfortable in many languages, they’re more comfortable talking about emotional stuff in a certain language or political stuff in another and that’s really interesting, how people relate to those languages."

— François Arnaud, for Interview Magazine (via gilbertnorrell)

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高口里純先生の「伯爵と呼ばれた男」 (1984)

Satosumi Takaguchi's “The Man Who Was Called Count” (1984)

(If anybody has raws for this title, I’m interested in looking them over and seeing if it’s something I could potentially translate one day.)

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*Livingstone’s Turaco

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*Livingstone’s Turaco

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