A Day in the Life

The name's Delaney. I'm a 17 year old musician, aspiring anthropologist, liberal, Beatles fanatic, baker, feminist, and a hippie at heart. I believe in the beauty of equality and equal rights.

rendering-tools:

Kramer looks so high

rendering-tools:

Kramer looks so high

(Source: seinfeldtv, via australiansanta)

fohk:

Lara Kruzins

brb-being-brazilian:

ohmisterfujishiro:

raise-youup:

proof that a gif set of a drag queen receiving acceptance from her father will spread through tumblr like wildfire.. 33,000+ notes later.

basically

Oh no I’m crying;;

(via that-simplicity)

(Source: natures-queen, via briwilly)

upclosefromafar:

re-examine:

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☼⊱☯~ℕirvana~☯⊰☼

lacalledelturco:

Woodstock.

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believe-in-all-the-magic:

They are going to be amazing people when they’re older

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all-about-history:

"We were on holiday here," says Ringo of this photo of him and John, taken sometime around 1966. "And we were having a good time. The four of us always went on holiday together. One time we went to the Spanish Islands. George and I went to Canada once. We were playing Monopoly here, and it looks like I won! I often won."


-Ringo Starr

(via what-about-the-beatles)

observando:

David Bowie with a book and a flower (via Famous With Books)

observando:

David Bowie with a book and a flower (via Famous With Books)

urbanclictionary:

how do people major in mathematics dont you love yourself

(via merwhore)

femininefreak:

Sex Education in American Public Schools

(via merwhore)

popthirdworld:

Artists have placed a giant poster depicting a child’s face in an area of Pakistan where US drone attacks occur.  The project is called #NotABugSplat. This is in response to drone operators who refer to casualities as bug splats, cause from afar, viewed on monitors, that’s all the victims look like. The artists are hoping to have more artworks placed across Pakistan where drone strikes are frequent to help humanise victims to the strikers and the world.

popthirdworld:

Artists have placed a giant poster depicting a child’s face in an area of Pakistan where US drone attacks occur.  The project is called #NotABugSplat. This is in response to drone operators who refer to casualities as bug splats, cause from afar, viewed on monitors, that’s all the victims look like. The artists are hoping to have more artworks placed across Pakistan where drone strikes are frequent to help humanise victims to the strikers and the world.

(via merwhore)

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