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Sebaenvivo Presidente 2014-2018: Mi opinión sobre la legalización de los corta uñas
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davidthestrange:

The international symbol for “maybe I’ll make two sandwiches, not sure just yet” 
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Cuando alguien camina lento en el metro
Cuando alguien que me cae mal me habla
Cuando alguien estúpido me dice que estoy equivocado
Cuando me llama Banco Falabella
Cuando alguien apestoso en Twitter insiste en pelear
etc.
etc.
etc.
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theonion:


NATO Airstrike Destroys Key Taliban Day Care Center: Full Report
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popcultureopinions:

If this isn’t true love I don’t know what is. 
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thingsandshitfromzak:

literally just watched this ep
thingsandshitfromzak:

literally just watched this ep
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poptech:

And in the news? The end of the news (newspapers, at least).
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m3zzaluna:

a brave and formally dressed photographer shooting the city from atop a skyscraper, mid-1920s
photographer unknown, from new york: portrait of a city by reuel golden; p. 559-560
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zorbaselgato:

“Solo vuela el que se atreve a hacerlo”
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timelightbox:

Photograph by Alexander Demianchuk—Reuters

From the selection of a new Pope and the second anniversary of Japan’s earthquake and tsunami to Kenya’s disputed election and sunbathers in the snow, TIME presents the best images of the week.
March 10, 2013. People sunbathe by the wall of the Peter and Paul Fortress in St. Petersburg, Russia.
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newyorker:

Michael Wolf, “Tokyo Compression #17” (2010)“The Tokyo compression images were taken at one subway stop over a period of thirty days each morning during peak rush hour, between 7:30 and 9 A.M.,” Wolf told me. “Every eighty seconds, another train would pull up to the platform, jammed full of passengers on their way to work.” 
 
Earlier this month, Photo Booth looked at the New York City subway over time. This week, they’ve curated a selection of contemporary images from subways around the world. Click-through for a slideshow: http://nyr.kr/10JfLhy