I’m not used to being loved. I wouldn’t know what to do.

F. Scott Fitzgerald, More Than Just A House  (via sogehndiedeutschen)

(via sogehndiedeutschen)

(via -retrograde)

Throwback to that time I had fun in a mosh pit at a Himsa show.

Note: black hair and eyeliner.

#me  #2006?  #himsa  #nostalgic  

Throwback to that time I had a naval piercing.

#naval  #piercing  #so cool  #me  

The Simpsons writing room, 1992

On another level than the rest.

The RMS Queen Elizabeth approaches New York Harbor in the haze, 1965.

Time machine to 1930. 

St Paul & The Broken Bones - I’ve Been Loving You (Otis Redding cover) - A Take Away Show

#so good  #music  #life  #soul  

Waiting for #NIN at #Isleta.



"Your circulatory system, from the aorta to arteries to arterioles to capillaries and back up the venous side form a similar continuum. They start off massive and branch and branch again, becoming smaller with each branching until they become so narrow in your capillaries that the red blood cells slowly flow through them single file just in order to fit. The mechanism of how your blood vessels branch is fractal in nature. Physiologically speaking your cells depend on oxygen, without it they die and if enough of them die, you die. In order to effectively oxygenate your tissues your circulatory system has to perform an impressive feat of dimensional architecture. Like the Koch Curve, packing infinite surface area into a finite space, your circulatory system utilizes fractal geometry through branching so that no cell in your body is never more than 3 or 4 cells away from a blood cell. And the amazing thing about this feat is that your blood vessels and blood take up very little space: no more than around 5% of your body!"

For more fractal physiology and chaos theory in medicine check out these past posts.

New Mexico, 1939.

(via ambition-exceeds-skill)

Seattle Mariners vs. Toronto Blue Jays. USA vs. Canada. King Felix Day. Lightning during a 7 run inning for the M’s.