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I like Robots with Cheese

Name: "Femme Fury" XX
Alias: Geoff Schofield
Occupation: Revolutionary/Environmentalist/Music Artist/Reader/Time Traveler
Background: Mayan/Egyptian
Here for: Reflections on past/present/future lives of mine & other entertaining tidbits

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So stoked for this and tour. Can’t wait til October!! #flylo #flyinglotus #youredead

So stoked for this and tour. Can’t wait til October!! #flylo #flyinglotus #youredead

#fbf to when I was a cool hero w/ my sidekick Bro Dog *bro hug* ūüėÄ#adventuretime #fiona #jake

#fbf to when I was a cool hero w/ my sidekick Bro Dog *bro hug* ūüėÄ#adventuretime #fiona #jake

giantpandaphotos:

Bao Bao at the National Zoo in Washington D.C. on May 26, 2014.
© Saulesmeit.

giantpandaphotos:

Bao Bao at the National Zoo in Washington D.C. on May 26, 2014.

© Saulesmeit.

imperfectlyxo:

I want this on my blog because I think it is important. If you have any problems with this, message me.

imperfectlyxo:

I want this on my blog because I think it is important. If you have any problems with this, message me.

(Source: dozing, via ohmachine)

ps-imadethis:


P.S. - Have you started collecting your PSIMT x Indego Africa patches yet? 

Our collection of vivid handmade patches inspired by Africa’s rich color and landscape offers endless DIY opportunities…but this week’s project gets the award for most inventive and unexpected. In the spirit of bold statement necklaces, we combined our favorite patches with colorful beads and a chunky gold chain to create a piece with big personality. Make your own and wear it with the pride of knowing that your creativity makes a life-changing contribution to the women of the IBABA cooperative in Rwanda.

Sold in sets of two, P.S.-I Made this…with Indego Africa limited edition patches are available on indegoafrica.org, and all proceeds go directly back to the cooperatives. Join in on our Colorful Mission for Good and learn more by watching the videos and checking out our behind the scenes coverage!

To create: Place gold and wooden beads onto a headpin. Use jewelry pliers to bend the end of the headpin into a circle then coil the rest around the base of the circle. Loop a jump ring onto the wire circle and connect it to the chain. Convert the chain into a necklace by adding a clasp to one end and a jump ring to the other. Pierce the tops of the P.S. x Indego Africa patches with an awl and link jump rings through the hole to attach it to the necklace. 

*Watercolor illustrations by Martha Napier of Marnani Design Studio www.marnani.com

ps-imadethis:

P.S. - Have you started collecting your PSIMT x Indego Africa patches yet? 
Our collection of vivid handmade patches inspired by Africa’s rich color and landscape offers endless DIY opportunities…but this week’s project gets the award for most inventive and unexpected. In the spirit of bold statement necklaces, we combined our favorite patches with colorful beads and a chunky gold chain to create a piece with big personality. Make your own and wear it with the pride of knowing that your creativity makes a life-changing contribution to the women of the IBABA cooperative in Rwanda.
Sold in sets of two, P.S.-I Made this…with Indego Africa limited edition patches are available on indegoafrica.org, and all proceeds go directly back to the cooperatives. Join in on our Colorful Mission for Good and learn more by watching the videos and checking out our behind the scenes coverage!
To create: Place gold and wooden beads onto a headpin. Use jewelry pliers to bend the end of the headpin into a circle then coil the rest around the base of the circle. Loop a jump ring onto the wire circle and connect it to the chain. Convert the chain into a necklace by adding a clasp to one end and a jump ring to the other. Pierce the tops of the P.S. x Indego Africa patches with an awl and link jump rings through the hole to attach it to the necklace. 

*Watercolor illustrations by Martha Napier of Marnani Design Studio www.marnani.com

imwithkanye:

imwithkanye:

I’M STILL HERE, elaine stritch

[live at the white house]

RIP.

giantpandaphotos:

Bao Bao and her mother Mei Xiang at the National Zoo in Washington D.C. on July 5, 2014.
© Dan Dan The Binary Man.

giantpandaphotos:

Bao Bao and her mother Mei Xiang at the National Zoo in Washington D.C. on July 5, 2014.

© Dan Dan The Binary Man.

saintdeanthomas:

If you aren’t reading Sex Criminals, then I have two questions: …why do you hate fun and when did you decide to not love yourself?

(via fuckyeahsexcriminals)

For example, young people are about twice as likely as Boomers to feel more comfortable questioning America. This sentiment has led to the creation of #Merica, a meme that has swept through social feeds across the country with over 60 percent of Millennials stating it reflects how their generation feels about their country ‚Äď proud, but hyper-aware of its flaws. The viral sensation embraces both the greatness and the follies of American culture and includes examples such as an image of an oversized plate of fried chicken and waffles or a pick-up truck driving into the sunset behind a sweeping mountain vista.