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lasylphidedubolchoi: “…Then the Wilis turn on Albrecht,…

Monday, March 27th, 2017

lasylphidedubolchoi:

“…Then the Wilis turn on Albrecht, sentencing him to death as well. He pleads to Myrtha for his life, but she coldly refuses. Giselle’s pleas are also dismissed and Albrecht is forced to dance until sunrise. However, the power of Giselle’s love counters the Wilis’ magic and spares his life.”

Ivan Vasiliev, Anastasia Goryacheva and others in Bolshoi’s Giselle

Photos by Ekaterina Vladimirova

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spoutziki-art: The end of the ball by Rogelio de Egusquiza…

Monday, March 27th, 2017

spoutziki-art:

The end of the ball by Rogelio de Egusquiza (detail)

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sarahviehmann: mojavejourneys: fancyladssnacks: reddragonsbreat…

Monday, March 27th, 2017

sarahviehmann:

mojavejourneys:

fancyladssnacks:

reddragonsbreath:

barrett-the-babe:

caiusmartiuscoriolanus:

incestiel:

almostdiedthreetimes:

feasibleweasel:

autonomousartisan:

demoniccupcake:

the-guy-below-me-sucks:

doctorfeelbad:

couragemadnessfriendshiplove:

world-shaker:

Want to collaborate on a Google Doc with Nietzsche, Shakespeare, Dostoyevsky, Dickinson, Dickens and Poe? 

Click here. Start typing. Enjoy the hilarity. 

Ninja Update: Wanna see something fun? Mention Shakespeare in a sentence and see what happens. 

Poe kept writing distinctly into my sentences so I wrote ”Edgar, you’re not funny” aND HE BLATANTLY DELETED THE NOT I AM SO DONE WITH THIS ASDFKJL

OH GOD IF YOU TYPE “EDGAR ALLAN POE” POE ADDS A :( AFTER HIS NAME PRECIOUS BABY

Oh my God so I typed ‘Shakespeare’ and Shakespeare butted in and wrote ‘The lovely and handsome Shakespeare’ but Poe burst in saying ‘The dreadful and lonely Shakespeare’.

aND FYODOR DOSTOYVESKY ADDED ‘ I do not wish to make myself a laughing-stock before these idle listeners.”

I’M DONE.

 

Look what they did to All Star by Smash Mouth

“Somebody once hushedly told me the world is going to roll me. I ain’t the sharpest tool in the shed. She was looking kind of glocky with her finger and her thumb in the shape of a “L” on her forehead. Well, the years start voraciously coming and they don’t stop coming; fed to the rules and I hit the ground running. It didn’t make sense absolutely to live for fun. Thy brain gets smart but your head gets dumb. So much to do, so much to behold. So what’s wrong with taking the back busy thoroughfares? In everything one thing is impossible: rationality. You’ll never know if thou don’t go. “You’ll never shine if you don’t glow”, he growled incoherently. Hey presently, you’re an All Star. Get your game on; go play. Hey now, you’re a Rock Star. Get the show on; get laid. As well as all that glitters is gold, only shooting stars break the mold. ~All Star by Smash Estuary of opinion…”

Imagine putting your research paper in here and letting them go at it.

OH MY GOD I WAS WRITING AND EDGAR WOULDN’T STOP FIXING THINGS SO I WROTE “Edgar shut up I’m trying to write” and he changed it to “Edgar shut up I’m meagerly attempting to write” THIS FUCKING ASSHOLE

I typed in “Hello” and Shakesphere erased it and wrote “Begone with this rubbish.”

HOW R00d

I typed “party in the Usa” and Poe changed party to “ill-fated gathering”

I just used it to yell at Dickens about Tale of Two Cities, I am happy now

I typed in ‘hello other writers’ and Edgar Allen Poe changed it to ‘Hello secondary writers’

After I had been writing for a while Edgar suddenly deleted my last sentence and wrote “THE END.” rude son of a bitch

I have to try this.

Rebageled again but to add if the link above doesn’t work, try this one instead.

This is so funny, omg. I put in the first few paragraphs of my book, and Poe keeps adding all these adverbs. Dickens adds excessive descriptions of the characters, and Shakespeare is just throwing in random Early Modern English.

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joey5304: Learning to paint flowers.  Way too much fun.

Monday, March 27th, 2017

joey5304:

Learning to paint flowers.  Way too much fun.

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fifthdayprairie: I’m researching & drawing my way through…

Sunday, March 26th, 2017

fifthdayprairie:

I’m researching & drawing my way through the history of the first prairie restoration, the Curtis Prairie at the University of Wisconsin Arboretum in Madison, WI. More to come! ✨💛🌾💛✨

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And splashdown. A little early for wildflowers up here, but lots…

Sunday, March 26th, 2017

And splashdown. A little early for wildflowers up here, but lots of snow for Rory to play in.

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And splashdown. A little early for wildflowers up here, but lots…

Sunday, March 26th, 2017

And splashdown. A little early for wildflowers up here, but lots of snow for Rory to play in.

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And splashdown. A little early for wildflowers up here, but lots…

Sunday, March 26th, 2017

And splashdown. A little early for wildflowers up here, but lots of snow for Rory to play in.

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There were several different types of yellow flowers along the…

Sunday, March 26th, 2017

There were several different types of yellow flowers along the road between Mojave and Lone Pine, but we require refueling so we’ve put the science mission on hold.

Next stop: Coppertop Barbecue in Big Pine.

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lady-arryn: Now they were as strangers; worse than strangers,…

Sunday, March 26th, 2017

lady-arryn:

Now they were as strangers; worse than strangers, for they could never become acquainted.

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Poppies along CA-138, 2017-03-26

Sunday, March 26th, 2017

Poppies along CA-138, 2017-03-26

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Poppies along CA-138, 2017-03-26

Sunday, March 26th, 2017

Poppies along CA-138, 2017-03-26

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Course correction onto the 5 complete; systems…

Sunday, March 26th, 2017

Course correction onto the 5 complete; systems nominal.

Imaging test of a roadside stand of black mustard.

@anonsally – our plan is to stay until Friday, because I have a docent tour at the marsh on Saturday.

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Liftoff. The clock is running.

Sunday, March 26th, 2017

Liftoff. The clock is running.

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sesiondemadrugada: Charles Guilloux.

Sunday, March 26th, 2017

sesiondemadrugada:

Charles Guilloux.

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Quick programming note: I’m departing from my home base for a week in the mountains today. The…

Sunday, March 26th, 2017

Quick programming note: I’m departing from my home base for a week in the mountains today. The downside is this that will involve burning profligate amounts of fossil fuels, contributing to the impoverishment of future generations. The upside is that the recent rains after a long drought have caused a spectacular wildflower bloom in the Antelope Valley, Mojave Desert, and Owens Valley areas through which I will be traveling.

Entering robotic probe mode. I shall endeavor to gather imagery and return it to my home planet via remote network protocols.

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fungusqueen: Mushroom on a lichen-covered log

Saturday, March 25th, 2017

fungusqueen:

Mushroom on a lichen-covered log

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bvlgaria: Portrait of Countess de Leusse (detail) by Giovanni…

Saturday, March 25th, 2017

bvlgaria:

Portrait of Countess de Leusse (detail) by Giovanni Boldini, 1889

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emilyjeanstone: Days turned into weeks, weeks turned into…

Saturday, March 25th, 2017

emilyjeanstone:

Days turned into weeks, weeks turned into months. And then, one not-so-very special day, I went to my typewriter, I sat down, and I wrote our story. A story about a time, a story about a place, a story about the people. But above all things, a story about love. A love that will live forever. The End.
Moulin Rouge! (2001) dir. Baz Luhrmann

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philamuseum: While it may be freezing outside, you can find us…

Friday, March 24th, 2017

philamuseum:

While it may be freezing outside, you can find us sitting in front of this painting dreaming of warm weather.

On the Beach at Dusk,” 1868, by Edward Moran

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