La Voix de Dieu est La Voix du Peuple,
Vox Populi Vox Dei est,
La Voz de Dios es la Voz del Pueblo,
לאַ וואָז לאַ וואָז דעל פּועבלאָ קונסט פון דיאָס,
세상에 라 해본 라 해본 델 남 아트,
ला Voz ला Dios की Voz डेल देहात कला

 

katara:

takohai:

anothernebula:

imnot-satan:

mybine:

megdaline:

Dodgeball, Little Red RIding Hood and Kinder surprises have all been banned in parts of America because of potential harm to children, yet children can get gun licenses? 

wow america is fucked up yo 

what the fuck america

omg shut the fuck up children can’t get gun licenses shut up shut the fuck up we’re stupid we’re not that fucking stupid minors can tbuy cigarettes or alcohol why the fuck would they be granted gun licenses SHUT UP

this post is too much 

(Source : oracleofdelphine)

newsweek:

Because your nostrils split their workload. Throughout the day, they each take breaks in a process of alternating congestion and decongestion called the nasal cycle.
At a given moment, if you’re breathing through your nose, the lion’s share of the air is going in and out of one nostril, with a much smaller amount passing through the other. Every few hours, your autonomic nervous system, which takes care of your heart rate, digestion and other things you don’t consciously control, switches things up and your other nostril does all the heavy lifting for a little while.
The opening and closing of the two passages is done by swelling and deflating erectile tissue - the same stuff that’s at work when your reproductive organs are aroused - up in your nose. The nasal cycle is going on all the time, but when you’re sick and really congested, the extra mucous often makes the nostril that’s on break feel much more backed up.
There are at least two good reasons why nasal cycling happens: And Mental Floss explains why…)

*

newsweek:

Because your nostrils split their workload. Throughout the day, they each take breaks in a process of alternating congestion and decongestion called the nasal cycle.

At a given moment, if you’re breathing through your nose, the lion’s share of the air is going in and out of one nostril, with a much smaller amount passing through the other. Every few hours, your autonomic nervous system, which takes care of your heart rate, digestion and other things you don’t consciously control, switches things up and your other nostril does all the heavy lifting for a little while.

The opening and closing of the two passages is done by swelling and deflating erectile tissue - the same stuff that’s at work when your reproductive organs are aroused - up in your nose. The nasal cycle is going on all the time, but when you’re sick and really congested, the extra mucous often makes the nostril that’s on break feel much more backed up.

There are at least two good reasons why nasal cycling happens: And Mental Floss explains why…)

*

softpyramid:

Yana NaidenovHow a stone learns to fly (I)2013 Rammed paper pulp, polystyrene, wood 78 × 39 × 27 in

*

softpyramid:

Yana Naidenov
How a stone learns to fly (I)
2013
Rammed paper pulp, polystyrene, wood
78 × 39 × 27 in

*