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World leaders and Jewish groups condemned a leaflet handed out in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk in which Jews were told to “register” with the pro-Russian militants who have taken over a government office in an attempt to make Ukraine part of Russia, according to Ukrainian and Israeli media.

Jews emerging from a synagogue say they were handed leaflets that ordered the city’s Jews to provide a list of property they own and pay a registration fee “or else have their citizenship revoked, face deportation and see their assets confiscated,” reported Ynet News, Israel’s largest news website, and Ukraine’s Donbass news agency.

Secretary of State John Kerry said the language of the leaflets “is beyond unacceptable” and condemned whomever is responsible.

"In the year 2014, after all of the miles traveled and all of the journey of history, this is not just intolerable — it’s grotesque," he said. "And any of the people who engage in these kinds of activities — from whatever party or whatever ideology or whatever place they crawl out of — there is no place for that."

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USA Today, "Leaflet Tells Jews to Register in East Ukraine" (via inothernews)

indefenseofplants:


Time-lapse of river changing course over 28 years.

Rivers are not static entities!

indefenseofplants:

Time-lapse of river changing course over 28 years.

Rivers are not static entities!

(Source: reddit.com, via loveyourchaos)

Tags: gif

yes please

yes please

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Tags: babyyyyyy

It’s….perfect.
you can find it here:
https://www.etsy.com/il-en/listing/166835476/chameleon-necklace-laser-cut-acrylic

(Source: desperatehouse, via wolfpussay)

balanbaalis:

i observe men in silence, how they leave plates on dining room tables, how they slam doors, how they take up whole couch with legs sprawled and lounging arms, how they do not filter speech, too confident, too loud. voices always violent, everything a war.  

(via wubangs)

Tags: gender

Those first few months I wrote poetry constantly. He was my literary muse, filling me with overwhelming sensations that sought some external detonation.  

Seasons have passed since that surge of inspiration, and occasionally I get an itching feeling that something is missing, a phantom limb.

Then I remember that the words may have passed, but every day I come home to my living muse.

maudelynn:

"Preparing for the Fairy Ball,” by Ida Rentoul Outhwaite
via wardancingpixie.blogspot.com

אני פיה
:)

maudelynn:

"Preparing for the Fairy Ball,” by Ida Rentoul Outhwaite

via wardancingpixie.blogspot.com

אני פיה

:)

oecologia:

Aurora Meets Volcano (Eyjafjallajökull, Iceland) by James Appleton.

(via loveyourchaos)

popca:

this is perhaps one of my most favorite scenes from this ridiculous ass show

This gets more funny every time I watch it

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Personal Faveeee

Personal Faveeee

(Source: sorrowandgrace, via boomshakalatke)

dacelio:

have u ever been in a mood to destroy your relationship with everyone you know

(via voidprinxe)

tinymediaempire:

"please don’t worry, when i wake up i’ll be something new"12x36” 6 color screenprint. open edition. 2014 AVAILABLE HERE 
there is a considerable amount of backstory to this print. its covered rather well in the documentary “Just Like Being There”, but the short of it is this… back in 2005 someone very important to me was killed in a particularly brutal car accident, and i didn’t handle it well. she, a firm believer in reincarnation, had often said that if anything ever happened to her, she would simply come back as something new. this was usually said in a voice halfway between a knowing warning and whimsical Vermont summer youth jibberjabber. possibly dismissed at the time, i found comfort in it after the accident. i began drawing an earlier version of this image a few months later as a means to try to get some of that out of my skull and onto paper, knowing that laboring over something meaningful would help my frazzled head. i made a run of screenprints of the piece which i gave to her mother, family, and friends as a means to remind them of what she had said to us. it helped. it helped me.
in the many years that followed, i brought that print around the world with me, to galleries and poster shows and rock festivals, and in the process met near countless people who found their own comfort in the statement. they had their own losses, their own tragedies, and they connected with the piece in a way that is somewhat indescribable, and many brought it home with them. i saw this play out again and again in front of me as i talked with people, and in my head the print collected more and more meaning. that is to say; when i started this print it was about Grace, and now almost ten years later this print is the collective memories of thousands of people i’ve met or who have written me. I’m endlessly and eternally lucky to have been able to connect with so many people over the years through this piece, it has meant the absolute world to me, and in however small of a way i am so happy people were able to find some comfort in its message. so over the last few months i decided to redraw it, re-approaching the illustration from scratch. i wanted to revisit the original process and message but also attempt to focus all of that into the piece as well, because its still going, it itself is new. i feel better, ive felt better for a long time. xo-d


Purchased and sending ‘round the world.
Does this explain “the ghostly girl” in so many of his prints?

tinymediaempire:

"please don’t worry, when i wake up i’ll be something new"
12x36” 6 color screenprint. open edition. 2014 
AVAILABLE HERE

there is a considerable amount of backstory to this print. its covered rather well in the documentary “Just Like Being There”, but the short of it is this… back in 2005 someone very important to me was killed in a particularly brutal car accident, and i didn’t handle it well. she, a firm believer in reincarnation, had often said that if anything ever happened to her, she would simply come back as something new. this was usually said in a voice halfway between a knowing warning and whimsical Vermont summer youth jibberjabber. possibly dismissed at the time, i found comfort in it after the accident. i began drawing an earlier version of this image a few months later as a means to try to get some of that out of my skull and onto paper, knowing that laboring over something meaningful would help my frazzled head. i made a run of screenprints of the piece which i gave to her mother, family, and friends as a means to remind them of what she had said to us. it helped. it helped me.

in the many years that followed, i brought that print around the world with me, to galleries and poster shows and rock festivals, and in the process met near countless people who found their own comfort in the statement. they had their own losses, their own tragedies, and they connected with the piece in a way that is somewhat indescribable, and many brought it home with them. i saw this play out again and again in front of me as i talked with people, and in my head the print collected more and more meaning. that is to say; when i started this print it was about Grace, and now almost ten years later this print is the collective memories of thousands of people i’ve met or who have written me. I’m endlessly and eternally lucky to have been able to connect with so many people over the years through this piece, it has meant the absolute world to me, and in however small of a way i am so happy people were able to find some comfort in its message.

so over the last few months i decided to redraw it, re-approaching the illustration from scratch. i wanted to revisit the original process and message but also attempt to focus all of that into the piece as well, because its still going, it itself is new. i feel better, ive felt better for a long time.

xo
-d

Purchased and sending ‘round the world.

Does this explain “the ghostly girl” in so many of his prints?