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20th October 2014

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20th October 2014

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lawsongems:

I rather like how this opal looks a bit like a satellite photo of a river delta. You can check it out and more at www.lawsongems.com
 #lawsongems #gem #gems #gemstone #gemstones #gemmology #gemology #jewelry #jewellery #pretty #beautiful #nofilter #opal #boulderopal #australianopal  (at www.lawsongems.com       _)

lawsongems:

I rather like how this opal looks a bit like a satellite photo of a river delta. You can check it out and more at www.lawsongems.com
#lawsongems #gem #gems #gemstone #gemstones #gemmology #gemology #jewelry #jewellery #pretty #beautiful #nofilter #opal #boulderopal #australianopal (at www.lawsongems.com _)

20th October 2014

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Held a thing today

Held a thing today

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18th October 2014

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brudesworld:

Her Toys (aka Black Sentinel) by Jeff Jones, 1975
Back cover artwork for the Zebra edition of Robert E. Howard’s The Sowers of Thunder

brudesworld:

Her Toys (aka Black Sentinel) by Jeff Jones, 1975

Back cover artwork for the Zebra edition of Robert E. Howard’s The Sowers of Thunder

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16th October 2014

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Finally

Finally

13th October 2014

Photo reblogged from lucid with 12,976 notes

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13th October 2014

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12th October 2014

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nemfrog:

Sugar cane. H. Zippel (botanist) & C. Bollmann (artist). 1897.

nemfrog:

Sugar cane. H. Zippel (botanist) & C. Bollmann (artist). 1897.

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12th October 2014

Question reblogged from Learn Self Defense with 7 notes

Anonymous said: Andrew - do you think some of the attitudes you have towards owning a home come from the change in things in the world in general or is it from a different perspective? I'd be willing to say that 15-25 years ago, owning a home (to me) signified you had gainful and stable employment, and there was more of a value to property ownership in general not too long ago. I'm just all sortsa curious about this. The car thing I get way more than the home thing.

selfdefensefamily:

For me, it comes from doing the real, raw math involved, divorced from emotion. For years I wanted to buy a house, and I’m glad the market collapsed before I had the opportunity to make a big mistake.

I don’t expect the majority of opinions will change on this. People are predictable, and predictability can be exploited. There is billions in advertising money out there aimed at making people feel incomplete without a home. Or making people feel incomplete without a second story they don’t need. The ability to effectively imprison your customer into a 30 year mortgage is a lucrative market.

Nobody is stable anymore. That’s over. Time to adapt.

-Andrew

12th October 2014

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