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The most fun a poor art history major can have without selling their soul for the ability to travel the world. 

Google maps lets you go in places now: Musee d’Orsay, The Met, Versailles, all of the places above, and tons more. I am pleased. 

Google maps is incredible! So is Google Art Project ;)

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copyright by anne mumford on Flickr.







i remember this struggle like it was yesterday

these kids now a days don’t understand

man when it fell out too it would feel like my world ended for a sec

God forbid you walk to fast and all you hear is the cd spinning

The amount of determination you get to hear the best part of that ONE song on that ONE CD when the battery starts blinking on it’s last bar

The good ones had 60 second skip protection, but if you had one of those cheap ass bargain bid cd players?

All bad.

The only songs my walkman played were I got 5 on it and Do you by Do or Die.

By: Jonah Reenders


Re-edit of the wave photo.


R1-00 by kori song on Flickr.

whoa notes

Quand notre prof de Procédure Civile nous explique les cas de divorces qu’il rencontre

made it to shanghai

Windsor Castle, birds eye view 17th Century
By Wenceslas Hollar
In 1668, the King Charles II appointed Prince Rupert to be the Constable of Windsor Castle. Rupert was already one of the Knights of the Garter, who had their headquarters at the castle, and was a close companion of the King, who would wish to be suitably entertained at the castle. Rupert immediately began to reorder the castle’s defences, sorting out the garrison’s accommodation, repairing the Devil’s Tower, reconstructing the tennis court and improving the castle’s hunting estate. Rupert acquired his own apartments in the castle, which were recorded as being “very singular” with some decorated with an “extraordinary” number of “pikes, muskets, pistols, bandoliers, holsters, drums, back, breast, and head pieces”, and his inner chambers “hung with tapisserie, curious and effeminate pictures”. King Charles II and Rupert spent much time together over the years hunting and playing tennis together at Windsor, and Rupert was also a close companion of James, the Duke of York. Rupert was considered by Pepys to be the fourth best tennis player in England.

R1-06821-006A (by pglowacky)

 Schloss Hetzendorf