Cloud Formations From Fevered Dreams

Oh God, it’s the harbinger of the apocalypse! Sell your stocks! Burn your trousers and run naked and horrified through the streets! Wait, no, these areĀ real photos of natural cloud formations that you might be lucky enough to see in your life. Number 10 reminds me of Van Gogh.

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June 29, 2014
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Cloud Formations From Fevered Dreams

Oh God, it’s the harbinger of the apocalypse! Sell your stocks! Burn your trousers and run naked and horrified through the streets! Wait, no, these areĀ real photos of natural cloud formations that you might be lucky enough to see in your life. Number 10 reminds me of Van Gogh.

Source: Imgur

Modern Medicine Has Come A Long Way

Particularly interesting about these photos is how the procedures shown here seemed like a good idea at the time. Although I hear that a seated or squatting position is better for giving birth. But leather? That has to be pretty disgusting to sit on. Also, am I a bad person for wanting the girl in the elaborate wheelchair to be pulled by a team of miniature ponies, or to transform into a steam engine and choo-choo away? (Probably.)

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June 28, 2014
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Modern Medicine Has Come A Long Way

Particularly interesting about these photos is how the procedures shown here seemed like a good idea at the time. Although I hear that a seated or squatting position is better for giving birth. But leather? That has to be pretty disgusting to sit on. Also, am I a bad person for wanting the girl in the elaborate wheelchair to be pulled by a team of miniature ponies, or to transform into a steam engine and choo-choo away? (Probably.)

Source: Imgur

The Ruins of Bushwick: Brooklyn in the Early 80’s

If you’ve been to the coffee-and-beer-drenched Bushwick section of Brooklyn lately, you’re in for a shock. The barbed wire is still edging its way along the side streets and the warehouses, although most of them have been converted into pricey loft-style housing. Barbed wire, wrought-iron fences, and a few dilapidated corners are about the only relics left from this poor, violent, but truthful era.

Source: Meryl Meisler

June 27, 2014
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The Ruins of Bushwick: Brooklyn in the Early 80’s

If you’ve been to the coffee-and-beer-drenched Bushwick section of Brooklyn lately, you’re in for a shock. The barbed wire is still edging its way along the side streets and the warehouses, although most of them have been converted into pricey loft-style housing. Barbed wire, wrought-iron fences, and a few dilapidated corners are about the only relics left from this poor, violent, but truthful era.

Source: Meryl Meisler