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be nice to each other

dreaming-witheyesclosed:

I like how in old animation, you knew what object the characters would interact with. Because they were significantly less detailed than the stationary objects around them.

dreaming-witheyesclosed:

I like how in old animation, you knew what object the characters would interact with. Because they were significantly less detailed than the stationary objects around them.

justapinchofsunshine:

these-teen-quotes:

Good Vibes HERE

This is bullshit. Regrets happen. To say that you live your life without regrets is a load of crap. I regret a ton of shit, and I can tell you, that it wasn’t what I wanted. Shit doesn’t happen for a reason. Someone it just happens, and it’s crappy. There is no fate, there is no destiny, there’s just cold, hard reality. The choices you make don’t make a difference. Life is just random, and shitty shit just happens, and sometimes you regret it.

Exactly.  Sometimes there is no reason or choice.    

justapinchofsunshine:

these-teen-quotes:

Good Vibes HERE

This is bullshit. Regrets happen. To say that you live your life without regrets is a load of crap. I regret a ton of shit, and I can tell you, that it wasn’t what I wanted. Shit doesn’t happen for a reason. Someone it just happens, and it’s crappy. There is no fate, there is no destiny, there’s just cold, hard reality. The choices you make don’t make a difference. Life is just random, and shitty shit just happens, and sometimes you regret it.

Exactly.  Sometimes there is no reason or choice.    


 Brett Amory: "Waiting"
“The painting series entitled “Waiting” depicts the urban individual’s yearning for presence and the seeming impossibility of attaining it. The paintings portray commuters in transit immersed in either a quiet, even hopeful state or, alternately, an anguish of unfulfilled anticipation.”

 Brett Amory: "Waiting"

The painting series entitled “Waiting” depicts the urban individual’s yearning for presence and the seeming impossibility of attaining it. The paintings portray commuters in transit immersed in either a quiet, even hopeful state or, alternately, an anguish of unfulfilled anticipation.