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Lauren Cohan and Steve Yeaun for LA magazine. 😍

Amazing photo set. 

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xombiedirge:

Howl by Gilles Vranckx / Blog
tastefullyoffensive:

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xombiedirge:

Evil Dead by Tyler Champion / Website

xombiedirge:

Evil Dead by Tyler Champion / Website

xombiedirge:

Alien by Randy Ortiz / Tumblr / Store

24” X 36” screen print, numbered edition of 275.

On sale via Mondo at the 35mm screenings taking place Saturday and Sunday, October 26th/27th 2013, at The Ritz Alamo Drafthouse, Austin TX. Ticket info HERE.

psychusa:

paramore-linkinpark-hedley:

Sooo excited!! December guys!

55 days to go! December 15

Day after my birthday… what a gift!!

psychusa:

paramore-linkinpark-hedley:

Sooo excited!! December guys!

55 days to go! December 15

Day after my birthday… what a gift!!

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I don’t care.. I love this show!

I don’t care.. I love this show!

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xombiedirge:

Princess Mononoke by TsudaJiro

xombiedirge:

Princess Mononoke by TsudaJiro

ancestryinprogress:

boujhetto:

Wine 101 

  1. How-to Choose
  2. How-to Pair w/Food
  3. Using The Right Glass Shows You Have Class 
  4. Basic Types of Wine
  5. Expanded typing of Wines
  6. What Temp For EachType of Wine
  7. Knowing Your Wine Colors
  8. Wine Type Descriptions
  9. Caloric Comparison vs. Beer
  10. Coffees  

A friend once told me (while discussing wines & spirits) to learn about coffees too… " Because you’ll eventually need them, if / when you enjoy too much good spirits."

Infographics: Wine Folleys, Primer Magazine, and Chicago Food Magazine.

How to be an Adult 201

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It’s Officially Legal to Eat Roadkill in Montana

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pubhealth:

Is population growth out of control?
The respected broadcaster and naturalist, Sir David Attenborough, told the BBC recently that population growth was “out of control” - but one expert says the number of people on the planet could peak in 40 years. Who should we believe?

"The world’s population is increasing out of control," Sir David told the BBC’s Today programme.

"Since I first started making programmes 60 years ago, the human population has tripled."

Two striking claims.

Let’s take the second one first - that the world’s population has tripled in 60 years.

In 1950, around the time Sir David began his broadcasting career, there were 2.53 billion people in the world. Sixty-three years later and the latest estimate of world population is 7.16 billion.

That is a little shy of tripling - more like a factor of 2.8 - but it’s not far off.

The “out of control” claim is less easily measurable, but perhaps it could be interpreted as the idea that the population will continue to grow at the same rate, roughly tripling in 60 years.

If this happened, the world population would reach almost 40 billion people by the end of this century.

But the latest United Nations projection puts the figure at little more than a quarter of that - less than 11 billion.

That’s still 50% more than we have today, but it shows the UN expects much slower population growth in the decades to come than in decades gone by.

Some might consider that an increase in the world population from seven billion to 11 billion by 2100 still represents out-of-control population growth.

But this UN figure - contained in its World Population Prospects, published every two years - is considered by one expert, at least, to be much too high.


(From BBC)

Crazy… What will we do with ourselves?

pubhealth:

Is population growth out of control?

The respected broadcaster and naturalist, Sir David Attenborough, told the BBC recently that population growth was “out of control” - but one expert says the number of people on the planet could peak in 40 years. Who should we believe?

"The world’s population is increasing out of control," Sir David told the BBC’s Today programme.

"Since I first started making programmes 60 years ago, the human population has tripled."

Two striking claims.

Let’s take the second one first - that the world’s population has tripled in 60 years.

In 1950, around the time Sir David began his broadcasting career, there were 2.53 billion people in the world. Sixty-three years later and the latest estimate of world population is 7.16 billion.

That is a little shy of tripling - more like a factor of 2.8 - but it’s not far off.

The “out of control” claim is less easily measurable, but perhaps it could be interpreted as the idea that the population will continue to grow at the same rate, roughly tripling in 60 years.

If this happened, the world population would reach almost 40 billion people by the end of this century.

But the latest United Nations projection puts the figure at little more than a quarter of that - less than 11 billion.

That’s still 50% more than we have today, but it shows the UN expects much slower population growth in the decades to come than in decades gone by.

Some might consider that an increase in the world population from seven billion to 11 billion by 2100 still represents out-of-control population growth.

But this UN figure - contained in its World Population Prospects, published every two years - is considered by one expert, at least, to be much too high.

Graphic showing population growth

(From BBC)

Crazy… What will we do with ourselves?

WHEN I HAVE THE HIGHEST ALCOHOL SALES OF THE NIGHT

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ahouseonfire:

 

conflictingheart:

EMPTIED GESTURES BY HEATHER HANSEN

LA, New Orleans-based Artist Heather Hansen (tumblr) - "Emptying Gestures is an experiment in kinetic drawing. In this series, I am searching for ways to download my movement directly onto paper, emptying gestures from one form to another and creating something new in the process."

Photos by Bryan Tarnowski

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definedbypassion:

Split Boulders @ Little Cottonwood Canyon

definedbypassion:

Split Boulders @ Little Cottonwood Canyon

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