No Wisdom Here Bitch
No Wisdom Here Bitch
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"I’m afraid to tell people I like how I really feel. I fear it will destroy them, just like it destroys me."
Inbetweenrealandfake (via lostinbetweenrealandfake)
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"In reality there was no escape. Even the one plan that was practicable, suicide, they had no intention of carrying out. To hang on from day to day and from week to week, spinning out a present that had no future, seemed an unconquerable instinct, just as one’s lungs will always draw the next breath so long as there is air available."
1984 by George Orwell, p. 152 (via ecologicallybleak)
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Numb. No feelings. Nothing. That’s how I’m feeling right now. Usually, I’m the type of person that cares about feelings and emotions and intimacy. But right now, I can’t feel anything. I’m numb. I’m emotionally numb right now. I just don’t know anymore. I’m numb. I can’t fucking feel a thing right now.
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astronomicalwonders:

Super Nova Cassiopiea A
Cassiopeia A is a supernova remnant in the constellation Cassiopeia and the brightest extrasolar radio source in the sky at frequencies above 1 GHz. The supernova occurred approximately 11,000 light-years (3.4 kpc) away in the Milky Way. The expanding cloud of material left over from the supernova now appears approximately 10 light-years (3 pc) across from Earth’s perspective (within the Milky Way Galaxy). Despite its radio brilliance, however, it is extremely faint optically, and is only visible on long-exposure photographs.
It is believed that first light from the stellar explosion reached Earth approximately 300 years ago but there are no historical records of any sightings of the progenitor supernova, probably due to interstellar dust absorbing optical wavelength radiation before it reached Earth (although it is possible that it was recorded as a sixth magnitude star 3 Cassiopeiae by John Flamsteed on August 16, 1680). Possible explanations lean toward the idea that the source star was unusually massive and had previously ejected much of its outer layers. These outer layers would have cloaked the star and reabsorbed much of the light released as the inner star collapsed.
Credit: NASA
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Holly is my family now, she’s my family and the babies that I make with her will be my children. The people that you work with are just, when you get down to it, your very best friends. (Goodbye Michael, 7x22)

Holly is my family now, she’s my family and the babies that I make with her will be my children. The people that you work with are just, when you get down to it, your very best friends. (Goodbye Michael, 7x22)

Holly is my family now, she’s my family and the babies that I make with her will be my children. The people that you work with are just, when you get down to it, your very best friends. (Goodbye Michael, 7x22)

Holly is my family now, she’s my family and the babies that I make with her will be my children. The people that you work with are just, when you get down to it, your very best friends. (Goodbye Michael, 7x22)

Holly is my family now, she’s my family and the babies that I make with her will be my children. The people that you work with are just, when you get down to it, your very best friends. (Goodbye Michael, 7x22)

Holly is my family now, she’s my family and the babies that I make with her will be my children. The people that you work with are just, when you get down to it, your very best friends. (Goodbye Michael, 7x22)

Holly is my family now, she’s my family and the babies that I make with her will be my children. The people that you work with are just, when you get down to it, your very best friends. (Goodbye Michael, 7x22)

Holly is my family now, she’s my family and the babies that I make with her will be my children. The people that you work with are just, when you get down to it, your very best friends. (Goodbye Michael, 7x22)

Holly is my family now, she’s my family and the babies that I make with her will be my children. The people that you work with are just, when you get down to it, your very best friends. (Goodbye Michael, 7x22)