An ever-growing wonder.

space (lots of alien shit), game of thrones, lotr, grainy personals, old stuff, tim and eric, animals, stuff i find funny, weed things, history, movies, music, guns, survivalism, random cool facts/stuff/people, nature, trailer park boys. still learning a lot about life and it's lessons @ 25 years old. someone help me

I’ve always wanted to buy spirit socks. After about 5 minutes trying to put them on I got them on. “Knee highs”

farmweather:

the weather was something extraordinary this weekend.

Bono:

I love you.

Bono's Wife:

Oh I love you back!

Bono:

you what?

Bono's wife:

I love you also, bono.

Bono:

say it.

Bono's wife (grumbling):

I love you too.

*the rest of U2 comes from behind the wall and starts playing Vertigo*

Bono's wife:

I hate this and also everything.

tichoslapek:

Seen here is one of the more spectacular scenes of the Aurora Borealis that was photographed by one of the space station crew members aboard the International Space Station from an altitude of approximately 223 nautical miles. 
Image Credit: NASA

tichoslapek:

Seen here is one of the more spectacular scenes of the Aurora Borealis that was photographed by one of the space station crew members aboard the International Space Station from an altitude of approximately 223 nautical miles. 

Image Credit: NASA

(via n-a-s-a)

Yee yee
tinyhousedarling:

Walnut and Galvanized Pipe TP Roll Holder and Bathroom Shelf

The Most Famous Arm Wrestling Match In History

historical-nonfiction:

In 1992, the two CEOs of Southwest Airlines and Stevens Aviatons had a problem: their slogans were too damn similar. Both had thought up their own slogans, no one thought plagiarism was involved. But they couldn’t just keep on using the almost-same slogan. So the two CEOS decided to settle the…

(Source: opposingviews.com)

poppunkfunk:

I’m in this weird stage where I don’t really like myself, but I don’t really care anymore

Ya welcome to your late teens/early 20’s

(via slaughterhaley)

amightydirge:

Tibetan Armored Cavalryman

This figure has been assembled based on photographs taken in the 1930s and 1940s, in the Tibetan capital of Lhasa during the Great Prayer Festival. Part of the festival included troops of ceremonial armored cavalry, who wore a standardized set of equipment as stipulated by the central government of Tibet from about the mid-seventeenth or eighteenth century onward. This included a helmet, shirt of mail, set of four mirrors, armored belt, bow case and quiver, matchlock musket, bandoleer with gunpowder and bullets, and short spear for the rider, as well as a saddle, saddle rug, and tack for the horse. Armed and equipped in a similar fashion, Tibetan goverment officials periodically were required to demonstrate proficiency on horseback with musket, bow and arrow, and spear until as late as the mid-twentieth century.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

(Source: metmuseum.org, via peashooter85)

A Massive Archive Of Pre-WWII, Eastern European Jewish Photos Is Now Available

historical-nonfiction:

The International Center of Photography in New York and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday announced the joint creation of a digital database to facilitate access to photographer Roman Vishniac’s archive.

image

Vishniac was a Russian-born Jew who moved to…

(Source: vishniac.icp.org)

Found my fuckin costume for this year guys
70sscifiart:

Skeleton surfing, 1976

70sscifiart:

Skeleton surfing, 1976