The moment you get off pager duty

devopsreactions:

by JK

I know that feeling. I don’t want experience it again.

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scishow:

smartereveryday:

I hope this video helps break a few of your stereotypes. I found that most Tattoo artists that I dealt with were very courteous professionals.

Maybe not for the squeamish, but Destin’s newest video is absolutely mesmerizing and neato!

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That looks absolutely lovely.

armedskeeter:

Photo by Anze Osterman

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littlelimpstiff14u2:

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littlelimpstiff14u2:

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life-as-an-aviation-student:

top speed aircraft record by Guinness :

The USAF Lockheed SR-71 ‘Blackbird’, a reconnaissance aircraft, is the world’s fastest non-experimental jet aeroplane, with a top speed in excess of Mach 3.

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bantarleton:

The weapons and equipment of British warriors down the ages, from top to bottom;

Huscarl, 1066

Crusader knight, 1244

Longbowman, 1415

Yorkist Man-at-Arms, 1485

New Model Army musketeer 1645

Private, 1709

Corporal, 1815

Private, 1916

Lance Corporal, 1944

Private, 2014

Warrior gear from 1066 to now.

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littlelimpstiff14u2:

Richard Dadd- 42 yrs of Confinement

English painter. He was the fourth of nine children of Robert Dadd, an apothecary and chemist in Chatham. Dadd began drawing when he was about 13, and it seems likely that he learnt the technique of miniature painting during his formative years. In 1837 Dadd entered the Royal Academy Schools, London. Dadd was regarded as one of the most promising young artists of his generation and was universally liked for his gentleness, intelligence and cheerful good nature.

In July 1842 he left England with Sir Thomas Phillips (1801–67), accompanying him through Europe and the Middle East to make drawings. Dadd returned from this journey in May 1843 showing unmistakable signs of insanity. He stabbed his father to death. In August 1844 he was certified insane. In 1864 he was transferred to the newly built criminal lunatic asylum at Broadmoor (nr Crowthorne, Berks), where he died of consumption.  He continued to paint throughout nearly 42 years of confinement. He appears to have had at least one of his own sketchbooks with him but otherwise relied chiefly on his imagination and a strong visual memory. His most remarkable watercolours are the small landscapes, shipping scenes and occasional fancy subjects, some smaller than a postcard, which were painted with the tip of a very fine brush using a technique that he refined and perfected over many years.

Tate

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mentalalchemy:

defeatingexistence:

clockmocker:

A water balloon full of mercury hitting the ground (X)

SCIENCE

get out!

mentalalchemy:

defeatingexistence:

clockmocker:

A water balloon full of mercury hitting the ground (X)

SCIENCE

get out!

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