Alexander Hamilton's Bloodthirsty Ghost

Linguist, cartoonist, disgrace to mankind.

michaelaaronmcallister:

Samuel Beckett

Beaded Embroidery/7 Inches x 7 Inches/2008

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lostflyingfish:

theantidote:

Did Humans Evolve in the Oceans at Some Point?
We human beings have some strange characteristics which set us aside from the other primates:
We no longer have fur although we still have as many hairs as a chimpanzee.
Our hair is fine and lays in a streamlined pattern in the water.
We have a layer of fat under our skin like a seal whereas no other primate has this adaptation.
We have webbed feet and hands.
Infant human beings will instinctively hold their breath under water.
Human beings cry salt tears unlike any other primate. Salt is a rare and precious thing in the wild and salt tears would be wasteful.
We sweat to cool our bodies. This uses a lot of water.  If we evolved on the parched  savannas of Africa why evolve such wasteful manner of cooling ourselves?
The human larynx has descended into the throat like a sea lion and other aquatic mammals. This allows deep breaths and a longer period of breath holding.
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Someone please tell me this is fake.
Otherwise, congrats you’ve officially done less research and made more assumptions the US senators/congressmen. 
if you want to make this claim on the basis that the Earth was pretty much one big ocean at some point and all organisms stemmed from those organisms than, fine, BUT
1. I’m pretty sure this started at as a weird mutation that didn’t kill us 
2. it doesn’t (or it does but so does all the hair/fur) 
3. EVERYONE/EVERYTHING STORES FAT UNDER THEIR SKIN. WHERE ELSE IS IS GOING TO GO?
4. most people don’t but some people do but then again some dogs do too…………
5. That’s like…a common trait for air breathing creatures….non-air in airways = don’t inhale it’s simple
6. tears are an evolutionary fluke/mystery, someone mentioned to me that it’s a hormonal thing. it’s also a good example of what doesn’t kill gets passed on (tl;dr: good/neutral traits gets passed on, bad traits kill you) 
7. Okay first Africa wasn’t always that way it was, it shifted, and second sweating is one of the most effective ways to deal with heat so it is kind of good in a way. Also if we are running low on water our bodies stop sweating….also we moved into the shade….
8. what? no???????
Listen I’m not saying we aren’t better equipped to handle the water but all mammals have weird land origins because of that one extinction event that led to mammals being the dominate life form and I’m not saying that  I wouldn’t love to find cool mermaid people 
but really
did you even google any of this? 

lostflyingfish:

theantidote:

Did Humans Evolve in the Oceans at Some Point?

We human beings have some strange characteristics which set us aside from the other primates:

  1. We no longer have fur although we still have as many hairs as a chimpanzee.
  2. Our hair is fine and lays in a streamlined pattern in the water.
  3. We have a layer of fat under our skin like a seal whereas no other primate has this adaptation.
  4. We have webbed feet and hands.
  5. Infant human beings will instinctively hold their breath under water.
  6. Human beings cry salt tears unlike any other primate. Salt is a rare and precious thing in the wild and salt tears would be wasteful.
  7. We sweat to cool our bodies. This uses a lot of water.  If we evolved on the parched  savannas of Africa why evolve such wasteful manner of cooling ourselves?
  8. The human larynx has descended into the throat like a sea lion and other aquatic mammals. This allows deep breaths and a longer period of breath holding.

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Someone please tell me this is fake.

Otherwise, congrats you’ve officially done less research and made more assumptions the US senators/congressmen. 

if you want to make this claim on the basis that the Earth was pretty much one big ocean at some point and all organisms stemmed from those organisms than, fine, BUT

1. I’m pretty sure this started at as a weird mutation that didn’t kill us 

2. it doesn’t (or it does but so does all the hair/fur) 

3. EVERYONE/EVERYTHING STORES FAT UNDER THEIR SKIN. WHERE ELSE IS IS GOING TO GO?

4. most people don’t but some people do but then again some dogs do too…………

5. That’s like…a common trait for air breathing creatures….non-air in airways = don’t inhale it’s simple

6. tears are an evolutionary fluke/mystery, someone mentioned to me that it’s a hormonal thing. it’s also a good example of what doesn’t kill gets passed on (tl;dr: good/neutral traits gets passed on, bad traits kill you) 

7. Okay first Africa wasn’t always that way it was, it shifted, and second sweating is one of the most effective ways to deal with heat so it is kind of good in a way. Also if we are running low on water our bodies stop sweating….also we moved into the shade….

8. what? no???????

Listen I’m not saying we aren’t better equipped to handle the water but all mammals have weird land origins because of that one extinction event that led to mammals being the dominate life form and I’m not saying that  I wouldn’t love to find cool mermaid people 

but really

did you even google any of this? 

Blurry, poorly-lit selfie with Kishi Bashi!
microgaze:

these are ohly tge basics… watch out for advanced aluens soon

microgaze:

these are ohly tge basics… watch out for advanced aluens soon

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underwaterdumpsterfire:

a gift for little-red-robin-hood's birthday last year!

Follow my friend’s art blog!!!

underwaterdumpsterfire:

a gift for little-red-robin-hood's birthday last year!

Follow my friend’s art blog!!!

darlinghepburn:

Sir Charles Spencer “Charlie” Chaplin, KBE (16 April 1889 – 25 December 1977) was an English actor, comedian, and filmmaker, who rose to fame in the silent era. Chaplin became a worldwide icon through his screen persona “the Tramp” and is considered one of the most important figures in the history of the film industry. His career spanned more than 75 years, from childhood in the Victorian era until a year before his death at age 88, and encompassed both adulation and controversy.

Chaplin was born in London and began acting on stage at the age of nine. In 1913, while on tour in the United States with Fred Karno’s comedy group, he accepted a contract to work for Mack Sennett’s Keystone film company. During his time at Keystone he began writing and directing some of the films in which he starred. Chaplin signed with the Essanay Film Manufacturing Company in 1915 and the year after with the Mutual Film Corporation. In 1918 Chaplin began producing his own films, initially releasing them through First National and then through United Artists, a corporation he co-founded with Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, and D. W. Griffith. In the late 1940s and early 1950s Chaplin was accused of being a Communist sympathiser, which he denied. He remained a British subject and, while travelling to England in 1952 to attend the premiere of his film, Limelight, his American re-entry permit was rescinded. Chaplin eventually settled in Switzerland, where he remained for the rest of his life. He made his last two films in England. x x

Keystone Studios 1914

Making A Living | A Busy Day | A Fair Exchange | A Film Johnnie | Caught in a Cabaret | Charlie’s Recreation | Mabel’s Married Life | Cruel Cruel Love | Face on the Bar room Floor | Gentleman of Nerve | His Favourite Pastime | His Prehistoric Past | His Trysting Place | Kid Auto Races at Venice | Laughing Gas | Mabel’s Busy Day | Mabel’s Strange Predicament | Musical Tramps | The Fatal Mallet | The Good For Nothing | The Knockout | The Landlady’s Pet | The Masquerader | The New Janitor | The Property Man | The Rival Mashers | The Rounders | Tillie’s Punctured Romance | Twenty Minutes of Love | A Thief Catcher | Between Showers | Mabel at the Wheel | The Star Boarder | Dough and Dynamite | Getting Acquainted | Caught in the Rain |

Essanay Film Company 1915- 1918

A Burlesque On Carmen | A Night in the Show | A Night Out | A Woman | By The Sea | Shanghaied | His New Job | In The Park | Police | The Bank | The Champion | The Tramp | Work | A Jitney Elopement | Triple Trouble |

Mutual Film Corporation 1916- 1917

The Floorwalker | The Fireman | The Vagabond | One A.M | The Count | The Pawn Shop | Behind The Screen | The Rink | Easy Street | The Cure | The Immigrant | The Adventurer |

First National 1918- 1923

A Dog’s Life | The Bond | Shoulder Arms | Sunnyside | A Day’s Pleasure | The Kid | The Idle Class | Pay Day | The Pilgrim |

United Artists 1923- 1952

A Woman of Paris | The Gold Rush | The Circus | City Lights | Modern Times | The Great DictatorMonsieur Verdoux | Limelight |

British Productions 1957 & 1967

A King in New York | A Countess From Hong Kong |

Please let me know if any of the links are doubled, broken or any films are missing ENJOY!

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someone complimented me today on having gotten an ombre dye-job before it was cool and I didn’t have the heart to tell her that last summer I actually just used four dollar dye to re-dye my bleached-from-Japan-modeling hair brown again and the shitty brown dye like kept washing out and I never touched it up because I was broke and always spent all my money at the college bars

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somisareg-sanatalp:

The Master of the Rebel Angels, (ca. 1340)

somisareg-sanatalp:

The Master of the Rebel Angels, (ca. 1340)

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