Detenebrate

Detenebrate: v; To free from darkness or obscurity
fuckyeahvintagewarfare:

Cuirassier of the Cavalry School, 1912

fuckyeahvintagewarfare:

Cuirassier of the Cavalry School, 1912

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These, if ever, are the brave free days of destroyed landmarks, while the ingenious minds are busy inventing the forms of the new beacons which, it is consoling to think, will be set up presently in the old places.

—Joseph Conrad


The Faithful Hound by Edwin Henry Landseer

The Faithful Hound by Edwin Henry Landseer

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jothelibrarian:

Pretty medieval manuscript of the day is a leaf from the Hours of Eleanor Worcester, a book of hours dating from the early fifteenth century. I love the little gilded peacock in the border.
Image source: British Library MS Harley 1251. Image declared as public domain on the British Library website.

jothelibrarian:

Pretty medieval manuscript of the day is a leaf from the Hours of Eleanor Worcester, a book of hours dating from the early fifteenth century. I love the little gilded peacock in the border.

Image source: British Library MS Harley 1251. Image declared as public domain on the British Library website.

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Actual Scholarly Summary of Hamlet

  • Everyone: HAMLET NO
  • Hamlet: HAMLET YES
  • Everyone in the play except Horatio: *dies*

Whatever — the soup is getting cold.

—Last sentence of a mathematical theorem in Leonardo da Vinci’s notebook, 1518 (x)

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cringing:

tHIS IS MY FAVE POS T

cringing:

tHIS IS MY FAVE POS T

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Creationists make it sound as though a ‘theory’ is something you dreamt up after being drunk all night.

—Isaac Asimov (via quotes-shape-us)

senchaidhe-sircuimnech:

The minute someone says ANYTHING about “someone wanting to cash welfare checks made out of [their] tax dollars” I literally want to do anything it takes to get them fucking deported the fuck out of this fucking country


La Grande Filolie, Dordogne, Aquitane, France by Yvan LEMEUR on Flickr.

La Grande Filolie, Dordogne, Aquitane, France by Yvan LEMEUR on Flickr.

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