preciousterrestrials:

illegaltrolls:

hagakures-burger:

bennybones-cumbercheeks:

lordoftheinternet:

poptech:

And the highest paid public employee in your state is…

are you fucking kidding me

Do you ever just see America’s priorities and cry?



We watched a whole fucking documentary on this. A whole fucking documentary about how sports literally is fucking up this country. 
Specifically, it’s a fucking monopoly too when it comes to college sports. The NCAA controls everything and is literally making students work their ass off, but they only get their “education” and some still even have to pay part of it. They sign a literal contract, to be playing, and colleges can get so much money out of it through merchandise, the ticket money from fans to go see the games, even form those video games and the players themselves don’t get a single penny out of any of it. In return, the coaches, get payed pretty handsomely hence what this picture here is proving us. 
And this goes for only Division 1 football players and basketball players. It’s sad that some of them, don’t have the money to eat and don’t even have the time to get an education. One of the colleges have even had an academic fraud incident over this. 
And if you’re injured? You do not get compensation, and you’re dead to the college forever. 
I hope the NCAA changing their policies is legit, because this is too much. 

What documentary is this? I want to watch it.

preciousterrestrials:

illegaltrolls:

hagakures-burger:

bennybones-cumbercheeks:

lordoftheinternet:

poptech:

And the highest paid public employee in your state is…

are you fucking kidding me

Do you ever just see America’s priorities and cry?

We watched a whole fucking documentary on this. A whole fucking documentary about how sports literally is fucking up this country. 

Specifically, it’s a fucking monopoly too when it comes to college sports. The NCAA controls everything and is literally making students work their ass off, but they only get their “education” and some still even have to pay part of it. They sign a literal contract, to be playing, and colleges can get so much money out of it through merchandise, the ticket money from fans to go see the games, even form those video games and the players themselves don’t get a single penny out of any of it. In return, the coaches, get payed pretty handsomely hence what this picture here is proving us. 

And this goes for only Division 1 football players and basketball players. It’s sad that some of them, don’t have the money to eat and don’t even have the time to get an education. One of the colleges have even had an academic fraud incident over this. 

And if you’re injured? You do not get compensation, and you’re dead to the college forever. 

I hope the NCAA changing their policies is legit, because this is too much. 

What documentary is this? I want to watch it.

handsometuesday:

Dr. Mary Walker ”believed that tight corsets along with voluminous skirts and petticoats were unsanitary and hampered her medical practice. So she didn’t wear them: first sporting bloomers, then, midway through the war, abandoning those for a male surgeon’s uniform. She didn’t attempt to pass as a man; she was an obviously female doctor wearing a male uniform…. She continued to wear men’s clothing throughout her long life (she lived until 1919) and continually advocated for rational dress reform for women.”

(via preciousterrestrials)

showslow:

The Tiniest Cosmos

Cosmology of Life is Indonesian artist Toni Kanwa’s collection of 1000 intricately carved, needle-sized ritualistic figures displayed on a lit table at the 2013 Singapore Biennale.

Magnifying glasses allow less-than-hawk-eyed viewers to observe the miniscule figures – each of which has its own teeny-tiny energy and character.

These miniature, talisman-like sculptures were intuitively carved and shaped by Kanwa to express his worldview of nature, spirituality, and the macro and micro cosmos. His creative process follows a special ritual, informed by his past investigations of sacred knowledge and practices in Indonesia, where he dialogues with the material and medium used before beginning to sculpt.

(via hisiheyah)

adrien-gromelle:

i-am-babulous:

ethevagabond:

ktshy:

adrien-gromelle:

I always had a thing for hand animated camera move and turn around…
I can’t tell exactly why…
probably cause it gives me the feeling I can manage everything and show exactly what I have in my head.
that can seems stupid but it makes me feel like, sculpting the animation more than drawing it.

DANG! Anyone know what these are from?

Credits Please cause these are awesome. 

Hey ethevagabond.  I tried, but unfortunately, I could only identify the first, MYOSIS.

Hi everyone… sorry to answer so late
the first is a shot I did in Myosis”(link)
the second was an ”exercice”(link) in 1st year at gobelins
the third is a shot I animated for the short ”Oni”(link) realized with friend as an FX exercise.
the last (it was the more painful to do) is a shot extracted from our opening for the Annecy animation Festival ”Hurley’s Irish”(link)

enjoy ;)

(via minuiko)

gommidy:

Tire Sculptures by Yong Ho Ji - Parte II

Korean artist’s Yong Ho Ji art is all about recycling tires . He uses tire strips and synthetic resins to create these unique sculptures. His collection gathers sculptures and busts of usual animals and also hybrid animals and humans.

(via hisiheyah)

geekishchic:

roarkshop:

aqueousserenade:

coledownlow:

I love this quote. I love this movie.

This scene impressed me so much when I first saw it. It still fills me with… idk something. I love it.

Still one of my favorite lines from a movie ever. 

#truth finds a way

(via amysramblings)