Every day I'm tumblin'
liberalsarecool:

The founding fathers would have crushed Cliven Bundy with their powerful-by-design Federal government.

liberalsarecool:

The founding fathers would have crushed Cliven Bundy with their powerful-by-design Federal government.

oamul:

 An old man carring his forest 

oamul:

 An old man carring his forest 
louisnicolasdavout:

colinandbradleysgirl:

theabyssofword:


me on my way to overthrow yo country

tried to scroll past this, couldn’t.

same

Oh, not this again!

louisnicolasdavout:

colinandbradleysgirl:

theabyssofword:

me on my way to overthrow yo country

tried to scroll past this, couldn’t.

same

Oh, not this again!

1913 vs 2014

crumblingpages:

image

Headlines taken from Chicago’s The Day Book (1913) and an MSNBC article by Ned Resnikoff.

thenewurbanist:

Olinda, Pernambuco. One of Brazil’s most-loved places. 

design-is-fine:

Otto Bartning, The Bauhaus Church, 1929-30. Auferstehungskirche Essen, Germany. Glass Windows by Johan Thorn-Prikker, 1928. Via Hein Derix. Lighting design Dinnebier

hihiskinnythighs:

starkinglyhandsome:

marchcorvus:

suburbanite-gangst3r:

i emotionally connect with this cat

dis mah pizza

dar r mani liek it

but dis 1 iz mine

ah, an ancient tongue

that is pure lolspeak, not heard in its raw form in many a year

we’ve come full circle gentlemen

hahahahahah

myhistoryblog:

Entrance to the tomb of Sennedjem by sdhaddow on Flickr.
Via Flickr: Deir el-Medina, Theban Necropolis Sennedjem was an artisan who lived and worked in Deir el-Medina, a village inhabited by the workers responsible for the construction and decoration of the royal tombs in the Valley of the Kings. Sennedjem lived during the reigns of Seti I and Ramesses II (New Kingdom, 19th Dynasty). He was buried with his wife (Iy-neferti) and family in a tomb in the village necropolis. The tomb was discovered on January 31, 1886.

myhistoryblog:

Entrance to the tomb of Sennedjem by sdhaddow on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Deir el-Medina, Theban Necropolis

Sennedjem was an artisan who lived and worked in Deir el-Medina, a village inhabited by the workers responsible for the construction and decoration of the royal tombs in the Valley of the Kings. Sennedjem lived during the reigns of Seti I and Ramesses II (New Kingdom, 19th Dynasty). He was buried with his wife (Iy-neferti) and family in a tomb in the village necropolis. The tomb was discovered on January 31, 1886.

archimaps:

The Athenaeum, Boston

archimaps:

The Athenaeum, Boston

statues-and-monuments:

statues-and-monuments
Paris Opera House by Michael Maniezzo 
Paris, France

Back when George W. Bush was president, liberals were regularly accused of being disloyal or anti-American if they disagreed with the policies the administration was undertaking. As Bush himself said, you were either with us or with the terrorists, and as far as many of his supporters were concerned, “us” meant the Bush administration and everything they wanted to do, including invading Iraq. You may have noticed that now that there’s a Democrat in the White House, conservatives no longer find disagreeing with the government’s policies to be anti-American; in fact, the truest patriotism is now supposedly found among those whose hatred of the president, and the government more generally, burns white-hot in the core of their souls.
thisismyitaly:

Porto di Desenzano.

thisismyitaly:

Porto di Desenzano.

The Breakers. Newport, Rhode Island. 1893.
The Vanderbilt’s Gilded-Age summer residence in Newport, designed in the Italian Renaissance style by Richard Morris Hunt.

The Breakers. Newport, Rhode Island. 1893.

The Vanderbilt’s Gilded-Age summer residence in Newport, designed in the Italian Renaissance style by Richard Morris Hunt.