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iamchrischow:

This cute little guy was found asleep in the back of an Ottawa OC Transpo bus.

OC Transpo tweeted earlier today that the fox snuck onto the bus while it was parked in the garage for maintenance.

He left on his own after his nap.

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nprmusic:

You ever look back on your life and wonder, “What did I ever do?” And then you watch a bunch of teenagers nail Porgy and Bess┐(・。・┐) ♪

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gameraboy:

Parker Brothers for your Atari 2600!

gameraboy:

Parker Brothers for your Atari 2600!

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arsanatomica:

An ostrich farm gave me an egg that had failed to hatch. I cut it open to see what was inside. 

The embryo inside had died early during development. Although he was only about 3 inches long, he was perfectly formed. You can even see feather buds on him. 

The inside of the egg looks odd when first opened, but is nothing out of the ordinary:

Incidentally, the way the embryo eventually sinks to the bottom and breaks down, is the reason why many fossilized dinosaur embryos appear to be a jumble of bones concentrated in one area of the egg. 

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gameraboy:

I got this

gameraboy:

I got this

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buzzfeedbooks:

25 Literary Pun Names For Your Cat

J.R.R. Tolkitten

Meowa Angemew

Ray Bradpurry

Agatha Kitty

William S Purroughs

Toni Meowison

Allen Ginspurr

Jack Keroucat

Meowmi Klein

Jumeow Diaz

etc.

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archiemcphee:

Oakland, CA-based artist and illustrator Justin DeVine must’ve been channelling the Black Lodge when he created his wonderfully weird series of watercolor illustrations combining Twin Peaks characters with The Muppets. It’s an awesome pop culture mashup that works so well, we can’t believe we’d never considered it before.

You can see the entire series right here on Tumblr at Jason Devine’s sticksstonesandherringbones. Prints are also available via INPRNT.

[via io9]

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uglyrenaissancebabies:

Alright, I’m not saying that this baby is going down on a goat, but I’m not NOT saying it, either.

uglyrenaissancebabies:

Alright, I’m not saying that this baby is going down on a goat, but I’m not NOT saying it, either.

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interraciale:

Handelingenkamer Tweede Kamer Der Staten-Generaal Den Haag, The Hague, Netherlands. If you ever have the chance to visit, do so!

interraciale:

Handelingenkamer Tweede Kamer Der Staten-Generaal Den Haag, The Hague, Netherlands. If you ever have the chance to visit, do so!

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Chicharon y Yuca Frita

Chicharon y Yuca Frita

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"True art is never where it is expected to be: in the place where no one considers it, nor names it. Art hates to be recognized and greeted by its name. It runs away immediately. Art is a person in love with anonymity. As soon as it’s unmasked, as soon as someone points the finger, it runs away. It leaves in its place a prize stooge wearing on its back a great placard marked ART, which everybody immediately showers with champagne, and which the lecturers lead from town to town with a ring through its nose. That is the false Art. That is the art which the public knows, the art of the prize and the placard. The real Mr Art, no one recognizes. He walks everywhere, everyone has met him, jostled him at every junction, but no one thinks it could be him, Mr Art himself, of whom so much has been said. He does not have the right air about him. You see, it is the false Mr Art who has the air of being the true one; it is the real one who lacks this air."

— Jean Dubuffet (via avidoatlion)

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"People I find beautiful aren’t people you normally find beautiful. For example, you would think of a beautiful young lady as someone with curly hair, small regular teeth, no spots on her face, very clean nails, no insects, etc., well this all doesn’t interest me particularly, if she has spots it doesn’t bother me. I’m not more against spots than I am for spots. It depends. Weird noses, big mouths, teeth planted diagonally, hair in the ears, I am not against that. People of more advanced age, they don’t necessarily seem worse than people of younger age. Obesity, even outrageous (especially outrageous), twists, grimaces, wrinkles and the humorous little dance-ballets of wrinkles and little stage plays of grimaces and twists, I like that, and people who have a star or a shrub or a drainage basin across their face, it interests me much more than those greek-like faces and I don’t think that a young oakling is prettier than an old oak, and a ninny yacht regatta doesn’t interest me as much as a dirty trawler full of cods."

— Jean Dubuffet (via crocro)

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Jean Dubuffet. Vaches au pre, 1954. Oil on canvas, 81.3 x 99.7 cm.

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Jean Dubuffet. Vaches au pre, 1954. Oil on canvas, 81.3 x 99.7 cm.

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blastedheath:

Jean Dubuffet (French, 1901-1985), Pisseurs au mur, 1945. Lithograph on wove paper.

blastedheath:

Jean Dubuffet (French, 1901-1985), Pisseurs au mur, 1945. Lithograph on wove paper.