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April 17 2017

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Places where reality is a bit altered:

you-deserve-a-rhink:

mariaschuyler:

atavanhalen:

you-wish-you-had-this-url:

coolpepcat:

genesisdoes:

ghostfiish:

reveille413:

tootsie-roll-frankenstein:

• any target
• churches in texas
• abandoned 7/11’s
• your bedroom at 5 am
• hospitals at midnight
• warehouses that smell like dust
• lighthouses with lights that don’t work anymore
• empty parking lots
• ponds and lakes in suburban neighborhoods
• rooftops in the early morning
• inside a dark cabinet

  • playgrounds at night
  • rest stops on highways
  • deep in the mountains
  • early in the morning wherever it’s just snowed
  • trails by the highway just out of earshot of traffic
  • schools during breaks
  • those little beaches right next to ferry docks
  • bowling alleys
  • unfamiliar mcdonalds on long roadtrips
  • your friends living room once everybody but you is asleep
  • laundromats at midnight

what the fuck

  • galeries in art museums that are empty except for you 
  • the lighting section of home depot
  • stairwells

•hospital waiting rooms •airports from midnight to 7am • bathrooms in small concert venues

I just got the weirdest feeling I swear

OK LISTEN THERE ARE REASONS FOR THIS!!!

A lot of these places are called liminal spaces - which means they are throughways from one space to the next. Places like rest stops, stairwells, trains, parking lots, waiting rooms, airports feel weird when you’re in them because their existence is not about themselves, but the things before and after them. They have no definitive place outside of their relationship to the spaces you are coming from and going to. Reality feels altered here because we’re not really supposed to be in them for a long time for think about them as their own entities, and when we do they seem odd and out of place.

The other spaces feel weird because our brains are hard-wired for context - we like things to belong to a certain place and time and when we experience those things outside of the context our brains have developed for them, our brains are like NOPE SHIT THIS ISN’T RIGHT GET OUT ABORT ABORT. Schools not in session, empty museums, being awake when other people are asleep - all these things and spaces feel weird because our brain is like “I already have a context for this space and this is not it so it must be dangerous.” Our rational understanding can sometimes override that immediate “danger” impulse but we’re still left with a feeling of wariness and unease. 

Listen I am very passionate about liminal spaces they are fascinating stuff or perhaps I am merely a nerd. 

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k-lionheart:

really? You’re going to post something like this with no explanation like WHERE IS THE REST OF HIM???????????

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pressuredrightnow:

ceruleancynic:

jumpingjacktrash:

ranbrownblog:

nicolae-carpathia:

scientists have produced the first robot able to lure an egg into a false sense of security

(source unknown)

Cory is laughing so hard watching this on a loop that he is sobbing, gasping for breath and repeating ‘it hurts’ over and over. Shitty robots are the best.

isn’t this the robot who guilt-tripped the scientist that took its pooh bear

oh my fucking god i can’t breathe

This is how robot uprising starts

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April 04 2017

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gaslightgallows:

rhube:

lionowlonao3:

revolutionary-pirate:

modernmissbennet:

starsfadingbutilingeron:

modernmissbennet:

people in period clothing doing modern things is my aesthetic

i can’t believe you forgot the most important one

thank you! I couldn’t find that one in google!

I would like to add Alexander Hamilton himself to this collection.

and of course, alexandra dowling using a tablet computer on the set of BBC musketeers 

You forgot my favourites.

These are all canon.

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viralthings:

A Dingo running across a flooded plain.

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March 26 2017

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attndotcom:

True story.

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March 22 2017

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