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amber. 21. north carolina. listen: there's a hell of a good universe next door, let's go.


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herekitty:

Women dressed as mermaids in Disneyland 1960

HOLLERS NO U DON’T UNDERSTAND!!!! Disney hired teenagers in the 60’s to literally be mermaids they held open auditions and the only requirements were that you had long hair and were a strong swimmer and they gave them mirrors and other props and they literally spent their days swimming and waving I heard a story once about sailors visiting the park and one of them jumped in with the mermaids THIS WAS JUST„ SO COOL I WANT TO BE A MERMAID! YELLs

I know someone whose Mom was one of the mermaids, it’s all very cool.

They had to stop because of the chlorine affecting the girls and because of men trying to jump in to get to them.
I would have loved to see Disneyland mermaids today though!

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we look upon items and can create a future from it.  I see a family here, a loving husband, an adorable little boy running around, but for me that’s all it will ever be.  just a futuristic thought.

we look upon items and can create a future from it.  I see a family here, a loving husband, an adorable little boy running around, but for me that’s all it will ever be.  just a futuristic thought.

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satanslittlewh0re:

this is the best pun in tv history but oh my gosh the feels

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mstrkrftz:

Time Stacks by Matt Molloy

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dor-dinen:

Truth is Beauty by Marco Cochrane

One of the most eye-catching artworks at this year’s Burning Man festival was a 55-feet tall sculpture of a woman in a beautifully elegant pose. Truth is Beauty is the second of three sculptures in a series called The Bliss Project by artist Marco Cochrane. Constructed of welded steel rods and balls and covered in stainless steel mesh skin, the massive sculpture had interactive lighting effects that made it constantly change.

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