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Sunflowers and Books Dipped in a Cup of Coffee

My name is Anna, age twenty-four, an eccentric Asian tattooed nerd that is an avid reader of science fiction, horror, literature, and a few non-fiction books. I am an open-minded, whimsical, biased, oddball human being and I also have a variety of interests that includes listening to death metal/doom metal/heavy metal music, vintage films and photography, pin up era, blueberries, astronomy, drinking coffee/tea on a daily basis if I'm not lazy or forgetful about them, Philip K. Dick, macabre art, The Twilight Zone watcher, and climaxing stories that will crash your mind. I love reading articles that relates to politics, art, photography, and anything that will intrigue or may be useless information to others. I love gaming and currently in love with The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and BioShock Infinite. If you have any recommendations or want to talk, feel free to inbox me.

Some of my older posts/images will be on my 'My Photos' section so feel free to browse through them.

Aug 16 '14

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Aug 16 '14



You’re Petting Your Cat All Wrong!

Jackson Galaxy  explains why everything can seem to be going fine and cuddly when your cat suddenly turns mean.

What he calls the “finger nose” actually works great for scratching too, if you go slow and are observant your cat will guide you to where they want skritches, for how long they want them, then where next, just like someone saying “Ohhh, up a little.  A bit  harder.” and will love you for it!

very nice

wish more people realized that cats do not attack for no reason

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Aug 15 '14


Grayscale and finished. Thanks to Lou at Atlas tattoo in Portland

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Aug 15 '14

Still alive here


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Aug 14 '14

Hey Psst…Boop


Hey Psst…Boop

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Aug 11 '14

The problem with reading is that we are never talking about reading to learn, we are almost always talking about reading for pleasure, while at the same time nervously worrying about and sneering about the idea that reading is a fun and pleasurable activity instead of a higher calling. We’re very neurotic about this. We aren’t talking about reading a shelf of history books or psychology manuals, we’re talking novels…but what if they’re the wrong novels? Or what if they’re the right novels, but you don’t read them in the right way? Or what if you read Dickens, but you keep wandering off to watch goofy shit on the internet (That’s me).

What winds up happening is, we worry and grumble about people not reading, then turn around and worry and grumble about the sanctity and power of reading, and the way we must approach it with reverence or it might not count or something. And essentially what this does is suck all the pleasure out of reading.

— from We Love and We Hate Reading For Pleasure by Peter Damien (via bookriot)

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Aug 11 '14


Black People with Naturally Blonde HairScientists have finally figured out how some of the dark-skinned inhabitants of the Solomon Islands have naturally blonde hair.  Researchers used to believe the blonde hair came from interaction with European people; however, a group from Stanford has detected a genetic difference in the blondes.  They swabbed the cheeks of 85 people, 43 with blonde hair, to compare their DNA to that of people with darker hair and found a chromosomal difference caused the blonde hair. The researcher identified a change in the gene TYRP1, which affects pigment in humans and mice, as the cause.

Now let’s put this into perspective—scientists are not referencing any blond found in a bottle, local salon or beauty store that is still questionable activity for black women. How do you feel about black women with (unnatural) blond hair?  by iStyle by Pamela  taken from

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Aug 10 '14
When people say ‘I hate math’ what you’re really saying is, ‘I hate the way mathematics was taught to me.’ Imagine an art class, in which, they teach you only how to paint a fence or wall, but never show you the paintings of the great masters. Then, of course, years later you would say, ‘I hate art.’ What you would really be saying is ‘I hate painting the fence.’ And so it is with math. When people say ‘I hate math’ what they are really saying is ‘I hate painting the fence.’
— UC Berkeley math professor Edward Frenkel (via ryanandmath)

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Aug 9 '14


Coffee houses

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Aug 8 '14


Destination Moon: The 350-Year History of Lunar Exploration
Infographic by Karl Tate
July 16, 2014  ||

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Aug 6 '14


August’s theme is HEROES! 

Loot Crate have assembled an awesome collection that celebrates the good guys. Items in the August’s crate draw from Heroes in both geek & gamer lore, and thanks to a partnership with Funko, you’ll get a very special exclusive POP! collectible that you will not find ANYWHERE else. Last but not least, the custom villains box last month was so well received that you’ll get another surprise when you open your August one!

If you’ve missed the memo and have no idea what Loot Crate is, it’s a box filled to the brim with geeky goodies delivered right to your doorstep! Each month, subscribers to the service receive a mystery box filled with things like t-shirts, action figures, books, comics and other awesome bits of memorabilia all carefully curated around a certain theme. Like we said before, August’s theme is Heroes, which promises some really awesome items.

Each box costs under $20 when shipping to the USA and around £18 when shipped to the UK and the value of the items exceeds $40 every time. They also ship to Canada, Australia, Ireland, The Netherlands, Sweden, Germany & Norway!

We’ve also got our own discount code for you guys to use! Enter geekymerch into the coupon code box to get 10% off your crate!

Signups close on the 19th of August unless they run out of crates beforehand, so don’t delay - sign up now!

Sign up!

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Aug 6 '14
Kissing is like drinking salted water. You drink, and your thirst increases.
— Chinese Proverb (via seabois)

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Aug 6 '14


fireflies in timelapse, photos by (click pic) vincent bradytakehito miyataketsuneaki hiramatsu and spencer black

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Aug 6 '14




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