”What do you think about the current state of hip hop and lyrics not being as important as they should be?”

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"Instead of just looking up into the sky, you’re actually gazing into the infinite cosmic abyss, with just gravity holding you onto the surface of the Earth." — considerthishippie
Photograph by Stéphane Vetter.

sci-universe:

"Instead of just looking up into the sky, you’re actually gazing into the infinite cosmic abyss, with just gravity holding you onto the surface of the Earth." — considerthishippie

Photograph by Stéphane Vetter.

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tricountyshit:

justwidle:

shewalkedinbeauty:

That last pic tho

She isn’t 45. there’s no possible way.

pretty sure shes immortal

Definition of Sake Bomb!!!

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Had a lil time to head to the gym, had hoop until my feet hurt then hoopd sum more and a Koo full body workout. At the end, bring alone in the Sauna makes me focus while sweating my ass off #TFNS #LAFITNESS (at LA Fitness)

Had a lil time to head to the gym, had hoop until my feet hurt then hoopd sum more and a Koo full body workout. At the end, bring alone in the Sauna makes me focus while sweating my ass off #TFNS #LAFITNESS (at LA Fitness)

When you feel it ain’t can’t help but let that mug go #TFNS #NiggasLookinLikePREACH

fuckyeah1990s:

fuckyeah1990s diary entry #1 

i decided to do diary entries about what its like to run a 90s blog on tumblr. 

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Some of the flagrant fouls that I see called nowadays, it makes me nauseous. You can’t touch a guy without it being a flagrant foul. I like the contact. Back then, if guys put their hands on you, you had to have the skill to be able to go both ways, change direction, post up, you had to have a mid-range game because you didn’t want to go all the way to the basket because you would get knocked ass over tea kettle. So I think playing the game back then required much more skill.
Kobe on the NBA becoming a ‘finesse’ league. (via fuckyeahlakers)

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spacetiger-bonsai:

educatethesenuts:

Negrodamus predicted this shit 

yoooooooooo

bruh!

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European Space Agency’s spacecraft Rosetta, launched in 2004, wakes up from its deep-space hibernation this month (January 20) and lands on a comet in August to unlock the mysteries of the oldest building blocks of our Solar System.Rosetta was launched in 2004 and has since travelled around the Sun five times, picking up energy from Earth and Mars to line it up with its final destination: comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko. For the coldest, loneliest part of the mission, as Rosetta travelled out towards the orbit of Jupiter, the spacecraft was put into deep-space hibernation.
The spacecraft’s internal alarm clock is set for 10:00 GMT (11:00 CET) on 20 January, to wake up and prepare for this most exciting scientific adventure. Once it has warmed itself up, it should re-establish communication with Earth several hours later.
The Rosetta orbiter will meet with Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko and remain in close proximity to the icy nucleus. At the same time, a small lander will be released onto the surface of this mysterious cosmic iceberg.
Find out more here.

sci-universe:

European Space Agency’s spacecraft Rosetta, launched in 2004, wakes up from its deep-space hibernation this month (January 20) and lands on a comet in August to unlock the mysteries of the oldest building blocks of our Solar System.

Rosetta was launched in 2004 and has since travelled around the Sun five times, picking up energy from Earth and Mars to line it up with its final destination: comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko. For the coldest, loneliest part of the mission, as Rosetta travelled out towards the orbit of Jupiter, the spacecraft was put into deep-space hibernation.

The spacecraft’s internal alarm clock is set for 10:00 GMT (11:00 CET) on 20 January, to wake up and prepare for this most exciting scientific adventure. Once it has warmed itself up, it should re-establish communication with Earth several hours later.

The Rosetta orbiter will meet with Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko and remain in close proximity to the icy nucleus. At the same time, a small lander will be released onto the surface of this mysterious cosmic iceberg.

Find out more here.

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