Jordan's Beard

queen-of-love-and-beauty:

"I don’t wear makeup so I don’t have to waste like an hour in front of the mirror every morning hahahaha"

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"open books not legs"

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"why have tequila shots when you can have tea?"

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"As always, late with Starbucks"

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"modest is hottest"

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"I’m not like those girls”

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deathandmysticism:

Temple of Al Khazneh at Petra, Jordan, ca. 1900

deathandmysticism:

Temple of Al Khazneh at Petra, Jordan, ca. 1900

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v-ellocet:

theoddcollection:

This is what Ryan Murphy of AHS reveals on Twisty the clown:
“[…] It’s heart-stopping what he does. I’m worried. I’m worried that people are going to have cardiac arrests… The clown’s intro in the first episode is … even I was terrified of it. It’s brutal. Two crew members told me they have had nightmares about this clown since we started shooting and they’re not even scared of clowns. I think he’s pretty extraordinary because, when you see why he’s a clown and why he’s wearing the mask … just you wait.”

John Caroll Lynch (who plays Twisty) adds:
“His actions are horrific, but his motives are really strangely, oddly pure. And that’s what is most human and most disturbing about it.” 

SOURCE

I’m srsly wondering if anybody else is as ridiculously excited as I am.

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v-ellocet:

theoddcollection:

This is what Ryan Murphy of AHS reveals on Twisty the clown:
“[…] It’s heart-stopping what he does. I’m worried. I’m worried that people are going to have cardiac arrests… The clown’s intro in the first episode is … even I was terrified of it. It’s brutal. Two crew members told me they have had nightmares about this clown since we started shooting and they’re not even scared of clowns. I think he’s pretty extraordinary because, when you see why he’s a clown and why he’s wearing the mask … just you wait.”

John Caroll Lynch (who plays Twisty) adds:
“His actions are horrific, but his motives are really strangely, oddly pure. And that’s what is most human and most disturbing about it.”

SOURCE

I’m srsly wondering if anybody else is as ridiculously excited as I am.

:/

todayinhistory:

September 30th 1955: James Dean dies

On this day in 1955, the American film star James Dean died in a car crash aged just 24. His famous roles include Jim Stark in ‘Rebel Without a Cause’ and Cal Trask in ‘East of Eden’. Dean, a keen motoring enthusiast, died in a car accident which occurred on the way to a motor racing event in Salinas, California. The car he was driving at the time of the incident was his Porsche 550 Spyder which he named ‘Little Bastard’. After his death he became the first person to receive a posthumous Academy Award nomination for Best Actor. James Dean’s legend only grew upon his death and he remains a prominent cultural icon. In 1991 the American Film Institute ranked him the 18th best male movie star of all time.

boomerstarkiller67:

Ralph McQuarrie - Sci-fi novels cover art details

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scienceisbeauty:

Bayesian Prediction for The Winds of Winter (ArXiv, PDF)

Abstract. Predictions are made for the number of chapters told from the point of view of each character in the next two novels in George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series by fitting a random effects model to a matrix of point-of-view chapters in the earlier novels using Bayesian methods.
SPOILER WARNING: readers who have not read all five existing novels in the series should not read further, as major plot points will be spoiled, starting with Table 1.

Via The Physics arXiv Blog

scienceisbeauty:

Bayesian Prediction for The Winds of Winter (ArXiv, PDF)

Abstract. Predictions are made for the number of chapters told from the point of view of each character in the next two novels in George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series by fitting a random effects model to a matrix of point-of-view chapters in the earlier novels using Bayesian methods.

SPOILER WARNING: readers who have not read all five existing novels in the series should not read further, as major plot points will be spoiled, starting with Table 1.

Via The Physics arXiv Blog

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