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From Lines to Volumes | Kristin Arestava | Tumblr | Socks Studio

These enigmatic pencil drawings by Kristin Arestava are an interesting experiment in architectural visualization. The abstract volumes are represented without ever defining a contour, but through the repetition of vertical lines drawn with different intensity to give a vibrancy to the single surfaces.

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Writers end up writing about their obsessions. Things that haunt them; things they can’t forget; stories they carry in their bodies waiting to be released.
Natalie Goldberg (via q-nguyen)

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mentalhotline:

menjetek jelenről és jövőről beszélgetni ma a Lepénybe, aztán meséljétek el milyen volt. én is mennék, ha nem dolgoznék látástól mikulásig. :(

sose írták a nevem még umlautosá-fordítottfelkiáltójellel négynégynégynégynégynégy :DDD

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ollirehn:

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silccc:

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ollirehn:

hogy csak telefonvonallal egyutt lehet netet rendelni toled rohaggymeggyulollek lerombollak megollek lemeszarollak!!!

SZIVESEN SEGITEK!!!

hogy is van ez az angol szolgáltatók húúúúúúú…? ;P

meg mindig jobb, mint…

mit miért kell belogolni mindig, customer trace miatt, neked kell magyarázni?

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ph4ntasmag0ria:

How I feel everyday, all the time.

my entire life

ph4ntasmag0ria:

How I feel everyday, all the time.

my entire life

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mishatranslator:

Basic Steps on Learning to Read Circular Gallifreyan

www.learngallifreyan.com

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callmemeursault:

Catcher in the Rye dropped from US school curriculum
American literature classics are to be replaced by insulation manuals and plant inventories in US classrooms by 2014.

A new school curriculum which will affect 46 out of 50 states will make it compulsory for at least 70 per cent of books studied to be non-fiction, in an effort to ready pupils for the workplace.


Books such as JD Salinger’s Catcher in the Rye and Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird will be replaced by “informational texts” approved by the Common Core State Standards.


Suggested non-fiction texts include Recommended Levels of Insulation by the US Environmental Protection Agency, and the Invasive Plant Inventory, by California’s Invasive Plant Council.


The new educational standards have the backing of the influential National Governors’ Association and the Council of Chief State School Officers, and are being part-funded by a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Jamie Highfill, a teacher at Woodland Junior High School in Arkansas, told the Times that the directive was bad for a well-rounded education.
“I’m afraid we are taking out all imaginative reading and creativity in our English classes.
“In the end, education has to be about more than simply ensuring that kids can get a job. Isn’t it supposed to be about making well-rounded citizens?”
Supporters of the directive argue that it will help pupils to develop the ability to write concisely and factually, which will be more useful in the workplace than a knowledge of Shakespeare.



hát ha bekerül helyette a Franny and Zooey akkor én teljes mellszélességgel támogatom a dolgot :D

what the fuck.

kanly:

panodrama:

callmemeursault:

Catcher in the Rye dropped from US school curriculum

American literature classics are to be replaced by insulation manuals and plant inventories in US classrooms by 2014.

A new school curriculum which will affect 46 out of 50 states will make it compulsory for at least 70 per cent of books studied to be non-fiction, in an effort to ready pupils for the workplace.

Books such as JD Salinger’s Catcher in the Rye and Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird will be replaced by “informational texts” approved by the Common Core State Standards.

Suggested non-fiction texts include Recommended Levels of Insulation by the US Environmental Protection Agency, and the Invasive Plant Inventory, by California’s Invasive Plant Council.

The new educational standards have the backing of the influential National Governors’ Association and the Council of Chief State School Officers, and are being part-funded by a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Jamie Highfill, a teacher at Woodland Junior High School in Arkansas, told the Times that the directive was bad for a well-rounded education.

“I’m afraid we are taking out all imaginative reading and creativity in our English classes.

“In the end, education has to be about more than simply ensuring that kids can get a job. Isn’t it supposed to be about making well-rounded citizens?”

Supporters of the directive argue that it will help pupils to develop the ability to write concisely and factually, which will be more useful in the workplace than a knowledge of Shakespeare.

hát ha bekerül helyette a Franny and Zooey akkor én teljes mellszélességgel támogatom a dolgot :D

what the fuck.

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uandras:

magas élet!

soha nem alszunk akkor

uandras:

magas élet!

soha nem alszunk akkor

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