happyhealthysarah:

Oh my god this is adorable

This is how you find happiness.

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Smooth.

Smooth.

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juliuscaesarofficial:

becca-morley:

history

why are there no posts about me on this 

this is an outrage

I laughed heartily at this.

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masterpiecedaily:

Charles-Amedee Philippe van Loo
The Camera Obscura
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masterpiecedaily:

Charles-Amedee Philippe van Loo

The Camera Obscura

1764

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iampox:

Ten pictures that will make you love advertising

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"The researchers found that that sad music has a counterintuitive appeal – it actually makes people feel better. Sad songs allow listeners to experience indirectly the emotions expressed in the lyrics and implied by the (usually) minor-key melodies. The sadness may not directly reflect the listener’s own experiences, but it triggers chemicals in our brain that can produce a cathartic response: tears, chills, an elevated heartbeat. This is not an unpleasant feeling, and may explain why listeners are inclined to buy sad songs and why artists want to write or sing them."

The science of why we love sad songs. Pair with these 7 essential reads on music, emotion, and the brain. (via explore-blog)

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Yup.

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vigilantespanties:

Fred Rogers Acceptance Speech - 1997

Our neighbor didn’t die, he was just needed someplace else.

He took a moment that was about recognizing him and turned it into a moment to recognize everyone who was there and everyone who made it possible for him to do what he does. If you want a perfect example of why he is so fondly remembered and such a great person, it’s tough to find a better one than this.

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