The Word of Calum

Claim to fame: figuring out how to simultaneously take himself way too seriously and not seriously at all
Mar 26 '14
untrustyou:

Hendrik Schwartz
The only ray of light from a Pyongyang apartment block. 

untrustyou:

Hendrik Schwartz

The only ray of light from a Pyongyang apartment block. 

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Mar 18 '14
I’m gonna be off Tumblr for a while. If you want to get ahold of me, Twitter should work.

I’m gonna be off Tumblr for a while. If you want to get ahold of me, Twitter should work.

File Under: personal

Mar 6 '14

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Mar 3 '14
I bet you can tell a lot about a person from their bed-side table.

I bet you can tell a lot about a person from their bed-side table.

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Mar 3 '14

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Feb 25 '14

likeafieldmouse:

Mark Dorf - Axiom & Simulation

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Feb 21 '14
90s90s90s:

1993 vs 2013

90s90s90s:

1993 vs 2013

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Feb 21 '14
malformalady:

‘Sail’ drawn onto the skin on Ariana Page Russell. Russell has Dermatographism — a skin disorder characterized by the skin becoming raised and inflamed (hive-like) when stroked or rubbed with a dull object. This condition may last for days, weeks, months or years. There appears to be no known racial variance in prevalence. Dermatographism occurs in approximately 5% of the population.

malformalady:

‘Sail’ drawn onto the skin on Ariana Page Russell. Russell has Dermatographism — a skin disorder characterized by the skin becoming raised and inflamed (hive-like) when stroked or rubbed with a dull object. This condition may last for days, weeks, months or years. There appears to be no known racial variance in prevalence. Dermatographism occurs in approximately 5% of the population.

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Feb 18 '14

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Feb 15 '14
mediamattersforamerica:

Fox News sneers at Facebook’s new gender options: “What if you identify as a pine cone?”

mediamattersforamerica:

Fox News sneers at Facebook’s new gender options: “What if you identify as a pine cone?”

1,877 notes (via reallyfoxnews & mediamattersforamerica)File Under: intersex whatever that is an indisputably real thing that can't even possibly be construed as up for debate??? I don't even care about your political allegiances that's just shit journalism fox news transphobia

Feb 9 '14
diegueno:

This week, Tunisia passed a truly historic constitution widely heralded as a progressive and monumental document. Here’s just some of what these brave elected representatives agreed upon in the face of strong pressure from the more extreme factions of their parties:
Guaranteed equality between men and women
A constitutional mandate for environmental protection, only the third country in the world to do so
A declaration that health care is a human right, with preventative care and treatment for every citizen
A democracy with civil laws that respects freedom of religion
An established right to due process and protection from torture
In one stroke,
Tunisia’s become more democratic than many Western countries have been for years.This is a revolution of democracy and a great victory for human rights — and the more we recognize that, the more Tunisia can shine as an example for the Western and the Arab world!Congratulate the Legislators!MESSAGE FOR TUNISIAN LEGISLATORS: We , the citizens of the world, applaud your bravery in making a strong commitment to universal human values in your constitution. People deprived of democracy around the world look to you to set the example of human rights and democratic principle — hold true to the promises made in this revolutionary document! (via Three Cheers for Tunisia’s Revolutionary Constitution!)

diegueno:

This week, Tunisia passed a truly historic constitution widely heralded as a progressive and monumental document. 

Here’s just some of what these brave elected representatives agreed upon in the face of strong pressure from the more extreme factions of their parties:

  • Guaranteed equality between men and women
  • A constitutional mandate for environmental protection, only the third country in the world to do so
  • A declaration that health care is a human right, with preventative care and treatment for every citizen
  • A democracy with civil laws that respects freedom of religion
  • An established right to due process and protection from torture
In one stroke,
Tunisia’s become more democratic than many Western countries have been for years.

This is a revolution of democracy and a great victory for human rights — and the more we recognize that, the more Tunisia can shine as an example for the Western and the Arab world!

Congratulate the Legislators!

MESSAGE FOR TUNISIAN LEGISLATORS: We , the citizens of the world, applaud your bravery in making a strong commitment to universal human values in your constitution. People deprived of democracy around the world look to you to set the example of human rights and democratic principle — hold true to the promises made in this revolutionary document!

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Jan 30 '14

minitotoro:

Elisa Strozyk

Wooden. Rugs. Rolls those two words around in your mind hole for a minute or two. German artist Elisa Strozyk has created three variations of these delightful coverings. Strozyk dyes and connects row upon row of triangular pieces as she pulls together the end result of a colored wooden rug, which is so flexible that you can literally crumple it up and toss it into a corner. (via Design Milk)

 

(Source: asylum-art)

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