lawrenceleemagnuson:

Max Beckmann (1884-1950)Sunny Green Sea (1905)oil on canvas 81 x 110 cm

lawrenceleemagnuson:

Max Beckmann (1884-1950)
Sunny Green Sea (1905)
oil on canvas 81 x 110 cm

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urgetocreate:

Lyonel Feininger, Sunset at Deep (Sunset), 1930

urgetocreate:

Lyonel Feininger, Sunset at Deep (Sunset), 1930

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ildodicesimouomo:

Rugby players (1929) di Max Beckmann

ildodicesimouomo:

Rugby players (1929) di Max Beckmann

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wetheurban:

DESIGN: A Custom Toaster That Toasts Selfies On Bread

An American company called Burnt Impressions has come up with a toaster that can toast your selfie onto bread, meaning you get to take a nice long look at yourself every single morning.

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peira:

Karl Schmidt-Rottluff:  Am Meer (Steilküste) 1906

peira:

Karl Schmidt-Rottluff:  Am Meer (Steilküste) 1906

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catonhottinroof:

 Arthur Melville
A Cabbage Garden, 1877

catonhottinroof:

 Arthur Melville

A Cabbage Garden, 1877

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arquilatria:

Calder

arquilatria:

Calder

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themagicfarawayttree:

the black hole

themagicfarawayttree:

the black hole

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iowawomensarchives:

Sept. 17, 1918 - Tonight the big hospital train came in and every one was on duty until late bathing and dressing the poor boys. Such horrible wounds. How can any one of us complain after seeing the brave acceptance which the boys display…

Here’s a sneak preview from our upcoming World War I digital collection and transcription project, featuing the photo album and journal of Louise Liers, a Clayton, Iowa, native and Army nurse who spent 16 months in France treating wounded soldiers. Check back for links to the full items soon!

Iowa Women’s Archives: Guide to the Louise Liers papers, 1911-1983

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laclefdescoeurs:

The Hill House Mansion, 1930-31, Allen Tucker

laclefdescoeurs:

The Hill House Mansion, 1930-31, Allen Tucker

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awkwardvegans:

Tofu Lasagna with Spinach

influence from about.com search

  • 1/2 lb lasagna noodles
  • 2 10oz. packages frozen spinach (thawed)
  • 1 lb firm tofu
  • 1 lb soft tofu
  • 1 32 oz jar of tomato sauce
  • 1 tbsp sugar
  • 1/4 cup rice milk (we fucked up and didn’t get soy)
  • 1/2 tsp garlic powder
  • 2 tbsp lemon juice
  • 3 tbsp minced fresh basil
  • 2 tsp salt
  • 9x13 inch baking pan

-prepare the lasagna noodles, drain carefully and set aside on a towel

-pre-heat oven to 350 degrees

-squeeze spinach as dry as possible and set aside (place in zip lock bags and soak in hot water, when thawed open the zip lock slighty and squeeze the ever loving shit out of the spinach until all unnecessary green ooze is no longer present)

-place tofu, “milk”, sugar, garlic powder, lemon juice, basil, salt and shit in a food processor until it is all blended and shit smooth.

-cover that bottom (of the pan) with a nice thin layer of sauce.  spread it out nice an even.  then layer some of them noodles over it and then 1/2 that smooth shit (tofu blend/”cheeze” thang you just made) and half the spinach. REPEAT this for every layer you make. we made THREE layers of shit. END with noodles and sauce on that top…maybe some of that spinach stuff too (GARNISH PEOPLE!)

SHAKING AND BAKING for 25-30 minutes or until the sauce is all goobin and swelling

ENJOY THAT SHIT

nom nom motherfucker.

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know-your-body:

menstrualblog:

oblivion-take-me:

Cloth Pads Review

Hi gang! As some of you know, last year I took the plunge and brought some cloth pads. I know you can make them, but I was worried I’d stuff them up and they wouldn’t work right so I went online. I did a lot of shopping around, as many companies make them, but I ended up on etsy! I wanted to support individual people not companies. So anyway, I spent ages looking through them all, because trust me there is a huge variety, and I ended up with this etsy seller, because I liked the way they layered the pads and the fabric options. Because if you think there is hella variety of pads in the supermarket, well, it ain’t got nothing on the cloth pads! There is a type for every situation.

I went with a basic set, 4 regular absorbency pads and 4 liners. I got them made in tacky rainbow zebra print and a cute green snake print (reminds me of Slytherin) respectively. They cost me, with shipping, $44.

Some relevant background on me: I have long term problems with my reproductive system, so I bleed for very long periods of time, and very heavily. I also have very sensitive labia majora as well as enhanced sensitivity inside my vagina from my health issues. I normally have to spend $35-$50 dollars per period on disposable pads and tampons.

The pads arrived within 2 weeks of ordering, which I was thrilled with! They were very soft, and very sturdy with press studs to hold them closed. The seller also included an information sheet with basic cloth pad care and use which was fantastic for a newbie like me. My pads had a waterproof bottom layer and highly absorbent middle layers sandwiched between flannel, and my panty liners were the same, minus the water proofing and one layer of absorbency.

I’m going to do a pro and con list to try and cover as much ground as possible now.

Pros of cloth pads:

  • They paid themselves off within 2 cycles
  • They last up to 7 years with good care
  • They are tough and easy to clean, you can literally throw them in with your regular clothes in the washing machine on any cycle. You can line dry them, tumble dry them, dry them on a clothes horse. 
  • You don’t need to soak them. The detergent will get rid of the blood. The most I ever did was on my very heavy days, I would rinse them with cold water before putting them into the machine.
  • Here’s the thing- THEY DON’T SMELL AT ALL.

Because as people who have periods know, almost all disposable pads and tampons reek to high heavens. It really sucks because it smells so much you get paranoid everyone can smell it, not a nice feeling. I’ve worn a cloth pad all day and no smell at all period wise, they just smelt like a normal pair of underwear at the end of the day. Because there are no chemicals inside the cloth pads, the blood doesn’t react with anything!

  • On that note, they are very quiet too! Another problems us menstruating people face is the embarrassment of having to quietly open a pad or tampon in a public toilet. Urgh, I hated that. I felt like. i may as well yell out HEY GUESS WHAT I’M MENSTRUATING EVERYONE. Cloth pads sound like you’re just fiddling with your pants/skirt whatever. Mine are silent except for the small sounds the press studs make, which isn’t much sound at all.
  • Cloth pads are adjustable. So throughout the day as you need you can move them forward and backwards as many times as you need and it wont affect the pads ability to stay where you left them. So you can move them to the back if you’re going to be laying on your back at night, no more bloody sheets!
  • Because they are made from fabric and chemical free- you will have happy genitals! I have no issues with my genitals anymore, I don’t get swollen and red and sore. My labia are happy labia! 
  • They feel like you’re just wearing underwear.
  • The blood gets sucked into the middle layers, so you don’t feel gunky and wet.
  • You can get special waterproof bags to put them in if you’re out and about and need to change- because of their design you can fold them up into very small cubes with the water proofing on the outside, nothing leaks! And again they wont stink up your bag/pocket/wherever you store them.
  • They really are durable, mine have had a year now of heavy use, and they are still just as absorbent and comfy as they first time I used them.

Cons of cloth pads:

  • They do cost more upfront.
  • People will become judgy mcjudgepants when they find out you use them (be prepared to be called a filthy hippy and be told to go back to the dark ages,a lot)
  • some of the thicker pads are more noticeable when you wear them with super tight bottoms, like leggings (liners barely show though!)

So there you go…. I think the pros and cons speak for themselves.

It’s been over a year and I have saved so much money, my genitals are happy, the earth is happy, and I have raved about them so much, my younger sister wants me to buy her some for christmas!

Seriously people, if you menstruate, look into cloth pads. You can get them in so many cute prints and styles to suit every need.

thanks so much for doing this review!

Wrappers?! Rip that shit open loud and proud bb! It shouldn’t be any more embarrassing than taking a piss!
Hahaha nice review <3

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