vinebox:

IM WEAK

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Hey, mister, can we have our ball back?

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huffingtonpost:

Homeless shelter is transformed into 5-star restaurant, hot food and warm hearts all around.  See the full video here. 

huffingtonpost:

David Redon's gives vintage ads a pop culture makeover — it’s epic. 

robert-downey-jesus:

al-the-stuff-i-like:

mythical-loki:

timelordwithachristmaslist:

#wait no I’m iron man #wait no, robert downey jr. for sure #fuck who am I #I AM A PLAYBOY BILLIONAIRE DOWNEY #fuck no that’s not right #I am Robert Man

#I am Robert Man

ok so i hate when people make unnecessary comments on posts but thiS IS MY ORIGINAL POST AND THEN SOMEONE PUT MY BRUCE-MAN/BAT-WAYNE GIF ON IT IM ACTUALLY SCREAMING THIS IS GREAT IM SO HAPPY

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guardian:

Classic album covers in Google Street View – in pictures

From Pink Floyd to PJ Harvey, our Street View specialist shows us the world’s cities through the lens of famous album covers. See more

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fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

Ducks, boats, and other objects moving along water create a distinctive V-shaped pattern known as a Kelvin wake. As the boat moves, it creates disturbance waves of many different wavelengths. The constructive interference of the slower waves compresses them into the shock wave that forms either arm of the V. Sometimes evenly spaced wavelets occur along the arms as well. Between the arms are curved waves that result from other excited wave components. The pattern was first derived by Lord Kelvin as universally true at all speeds - at least for an ideal fluid - but practically speaking, water depth and propeller effects can make a difference. Recently, some physicists have even suggested that above a certain point, an object’s speed can affect the wake shape, but this remains contentious. (Image credit: K. Leidorf; via Colossal; submitted by Peter)

fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

Ducks, boats, and other objects moving along water create a distinctive V-shaped pattern known as a Kelvin wake. As the boat moves, it creates disturbance waves of many different wavelengths. The constructive interference of the slower waves compresses them into the shock wave that forms either arm of the V. Sometimes evenly spaced wavelets occur along the arms as well. Between the arms are curved waves that result from other excited wave components. The pattern was first derived by Lord Kelvin as universally true at all speeds - at least for an ideal fluid - but practically speaking, water depth and propeller effects can make a difference. Recently, some physicists have even suggested that above a certain point, an object’s speed can affect the wake shape, but this remains contentious. (Image credit: K. Leidorf; via Colossal; submitted by Peter)

fer1972:

Sin City Weeps: Sculptures Photography by M. Rasoulipour
fitaphrodite:

Let’s talk SEX! Where do you fit in this graph? Need advice?

fitaphrodite:

Let’s talk SEX! Where do you fit in this graph? Need advice?

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