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27 Mar 14:39

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - Happiness


Hovertext: Oddly enough, I'm pretty sure this would work.

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27 Mar 00:00

David Friedman

"The direct use of force is such a poor solution to any problem, it is generally employed only by small children and large nations."
08 Mar 17:16

(via meow99)

(via meow99)

12 Mar 14:00

Dude Let Me In, I'm the Savior

god,historical memes

Submitted by: Unknown

Tagged: god , historical memes
14 Mar 14:52

Anésia # 268

by Will Tirando

Anésia jornal corrupção Will política políticos escondidos indignação corruptos

08 Mar 19:24


by Daniel Lafayette


23 Mar 00:00

Jeff Valdez

"Cats are smarter than dogs. You can't get eight cats to pull a sled through snow."
20 Mar 00:00

Evan Esar

"Hope is tomorrow's veneer over today's disappointment."
02 Mar 13:40

Viva Intensamente # 249

by Will Tirando

cão cachorro fantasma latido latir cemitério para o nada medo

02 Mar 03:33


by Lunarbaboon
25 Feb 19:39



07 Mar 00:00

Joe Ancis

"The only normal people are the ones you don't know very well."
29 Feb 05:00


In the future, every single pipeline will lead to the bowl of a giant blender, and we'll all just show up with a bucket each day to take our share of the resulting smoothie.
22 Feb 21:27

Quirky New Chalk Characters on the Streets of Ann Arbor by David Zinn

by Christopher Jobson


Michigan illustrator David Zinn (previously) has brightened the streets of Ann Arbor with his off-the-wall (or technically on-the-wall) chalk drawings since 1987. The artist works with chalk or charcoal to create site-specific artworks that usually incorporate surrounding features like cracks, street infrastructure, or found objects. Over the years he’s developed a regular cast of recurring characters including a bright green monster named Sluggo and a “phlegmatic flying pig” named Philomena.

Many of Zinn’s artworks are available as archival prints, and he recently published a new book titled Temporary Preserves. You can follow his almost daily street chalk adventures on Instagram and Facebook.








21 Feb 14:26

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18 Feb 00:00

Henry Kissinger

"The illegal we do immediately. The unconstitutional takes a little longer."
12 Feb 16:01

itsthetie: Bonus...

11 Feb 18:46



11 Feb 14:35

Toque de mestre

by Will Tirando

design automotivo carro automóveis customização rebaixamento rebaixado faculdade estudo profissionalização mercado designer

11 Feb 02:33

pleatedjeans: cluster fudge

09 Feb 21:30


09 Feb 08:01

Barking Dogs

by Doug
04 Feb 07:27

This is easily the most entertaining Japanese history video we've ever seen

This video might not help you ace a final, but it will definitely help you get motivated to study Japanese history.

Japanese history can be pretty complicated and detailed when you start looking at all the specifics, but if you’re looking for a quick review from pre-history to modern times, this video will certainly get the job done!

Titled simply and directly “history of japan,” this nine-minute, highly stylized YouTube video, complete with 90s-style animation and musical highlights, features humorous narration that will help you remember everything you learned (and then forgot) in class.

But our description can’t do it justice — you’ll just have to watch it to get the full enjoyment!

05 Feb 16:10

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05 Feb 14:41

Shipwrecks and Deep Ocean Scenes Encapsulated Inside Translucent Whale Sculptures

by Kate Sierzputowski

Image provided by Isana Yamada


Image provided by Isana Yamada

Japanese artist Isana Yamada' s project Samsara is composed of six translucent whales mounted on thin pedestals that give each of the sculptures an illusion of movement. The whales, illuminated from within, provide a window to strange worlds locked inside their resin-coated bodies: churning submarine volcanoes, fluffy white clouds, and even polar bear skeletons that float within. The project, staged at Tokyo University of the Arts, references the circle of existence found in Buddhist traditions with each whale displaying a separate scene. The whale that represents the human dimension contains a sunken sailboat, imagery that symbolizes a difficult voyage or plight.

Yamada’s work will also be shown in an exhibition of sculptural works at the Artcomplex Center of Tokyo from March 1st through 6th. You can see more of his work on his Facebook page here. (via My Modern Met)


Images by @muzintansaki


Image provided by Isana Yamada


Image provided by Isana Yamada


Image provided by Isana Yamada

29 Jan 13:08

Caixinha de areia

by Will Tirando

gato praia caixinha de areia necessidades nojo humanos

18 Jan 19:26

Adventures of God 8

by itsthetie


The post Adventures of God 8 appeared first on It's The Tie!.

17 Jan 15:48

One Magical Instant

by Blog Import

At one magical instant the page of a book –
that string of confused, alien ciphers – shivered into meaning.
Words spoke to you, gave up their secrets; At that moment, whole universes opened.
You became, irrevocably, a reader.
– Alberto Manguel

We read to know we’re not alone.
–  C.S. Lewis


Hong Kong, China

Havana, Cuba
A great book that comes from a great thinker is a ship of thought,
deep freighted with truth and beauty.
– Pablo Neruda


New York City, New York

Books are the plane, and the train, and the road.
They are the destination, and the journey.
They are home.
– Anna Quindlen

Hong Kong, China
Reading is the sole means by which we slip, involuntarily,
often helplessly, into another’s skin, another’s voice, another’s soul.
– Joyce Carol Oates

Rome, Italy


New York City, New York
Reading is everything.
Reading makes me feel like I’ve accomplished something,
learned something, become a better person.
Reading makes me smarter.
Reading gives me something to talk about later on…
Reading is grist. Reading is bliss.
– Nora Ephron

Paris, France
I have always imagined that paradise will be a kind of library.
– Jorge Luis Borges


New York City, New York



14 Jan 21:13



16 Jan 00:00

Lech Walesa

"I'm lazy. But it's the lazy people who invented the wheel and the bicycle because they didn't like walking or carrying things. "