instalaugh:

That cat is less than pleased

instalaugh:

That cat is less than pleased

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centaurismymentaur:

Can’t wait to play my geetar tonight..

me too

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eyes-of-wolf:

what?

eyes-of-wolf:

what?

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instalaugh:

Why? Because, fuck you, I’m a cat

instalaugh:

Why? Because, fuck you, I’m a cat

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best laugh all year

best laugh all year

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Music from the new album Water Night, featuring the Eric Whitacre Singers, London Symphony Orchestra, Julian Lloyd Webber and Hila Plitmann, conducted by Eric Whitacre.

Eric Whitacre: Water Night

iTunes (deluxe): http://bit.ly/WNiTunes
Amazon (UK): http://amzn.to/yT3oHw
Amazon (US): http://amzn.to/xEL0oL
Amazon (Germany): http://amzn.to/xV6APo

Listen to extended clips of every track from the album: http://bit.ly/wPF6oO

Official site: http://ericwhitacre.com/waternight

Find Eric on:
Facebook: http://on.fb.me/l35yqZ
Twitter: http://bit.ly/lKJ4VD

nprfreshair:

An unabashed fan of artist/illustrator/writer Maira Kalman (I have a copy of “My Mother’s Beautiful Map” hanging in my cubicle here at work), I offer you this pre-assignment Kalman has given illustration students in a class she is teaching this summer.

The New Yorker :

… take a half hour walk every day for ten days. Without cell phones, just walk and observe what’s around you for half an hour. And I am sure—I’m very sure—that asking them to spend half an hour without a cell phone is like asking them to take their clothes off. No cell phones, no cup of coffee—just take a solitary walk. If you want to be pretentious about it, Immanuel Kant is famous for taking his walk everyday at 3:30 P.M., so I suggested that time to them. It’s a good time of day; it’s a little bit tired, a little bit sleepy time of day.

It’s good advice.



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