The Court of Satyrs
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American Psycho (2000)


American Psycho (2000)

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I dare someone to tell me True Detective doesn’t have the most ingenious, philosophical writing on television right now.

I dare you.

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Walls of Writing

A mysterious author somewhere in Chongqing, central China has written an entire story on the walls of this abandoned house. The story is about a Kung-Fu super-hero and his adventure. No one knows who or where the author of this story is. 

He describes the super-hero in one line as: “I was 17… I have reactions like lightning, hearing like a bat, my vision is like a hawk, and I am as strong as a general.” -[X]

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The only time Mike ever smiled


The only time Mike ever smiled

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Wood Elf - elk antler, water buffalo horn, deerskin, whitetail deer antler, unakite

Inhabitants of deep, often enchanted forests, wood elves are a staple of fantasy literature embodying primal magics and a voice for the earth. One could imagine finding this relic of their homeland nestled in a bed of moss beneath a great oak tree. The knife itself is made of weathered elk antler with a water buffalo bone blade. The hilt is wrapped in brown and green deerskin, and more of the same safely encases the knife as a sheath. A slice of whitetail deer antler adorned with a small cabochon of unakite completes this elegant creation.

Available here on Etsy. My other new horn knife, Midnight Aeon, may be found here.

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From 29 Satellie Photos That Will Change Your Perspective On Planet Earth

1. 53.0066°N 7.1920°E. Bourtange is a village with a population of 430 in the municipality of Vlagtwedde in the Netherlands. The star fort was built in 1593 during the Eighty Years’ War when William I of Orange wanted to control the only road between Germany and the city of Groningen. Bourtange was restored to its mid-18th-century state in 1960 and is currently used as an open-air museum.

2. 40°46’56”N; 73°57’55”W. Central Park in New York City spans 843 acres. That’s 6% of the island of Manhattan.

3. 41°23′27″N 2°09′47″E. Barcelona, Spain.

4. 5°26′15″N 12°20′9″E. Venice, Italy

5. 31.079844, -97.80145. In 2013, there were 923,400 home construction projects in the United States. Killeen, Texas.

6. 36.211001, -115.266914. The Desert Shores Community in Las Vegas, Nevada contains 3,351 units and four man-made lakes. Las Vegas, Nevada

7. 25°50′17″N 50°36′18″E. Durrat Al Bahrain will consist of 15 connected, artificial islands (including six atolls, five fish-shaped, and two crescent-shaped). Construction costs are estimated at $6 billion and the project is slated for completion in mid-2015. Bahrain.

8. 5°40′S 52°44′W. Clearcutting operations in the Amazon Rainforest of Para, Brazil branch out from one of the state’s central roads. Pará, Brazil.

9. 32.170890°N 110.855184°W. Tucson, Arizona.

10. 36.78234°N 2.74315°W. Plasticulture refers to the practice of using plastic materials in agricultural applications. This is visible in the plains and valleys of Almeria, Spain where nearly 20,000 hectares are covered by these greenhouse structures. Almeria, Spain

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window japan


window japan

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For Hemingway’s birthday, his timeless advice to aspiring writers


For Hemingway’s birthday, his timeless advice to aspiring writers

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