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Pienso en Árbenz, nos habían derrotado, lo habían vejado en el aeropuerto de Guatemala, en él nos habían vejado a todos los guatemaltecos 
Luis Cardoza y Aragón
2014.06.27  9:48pm  

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2014.06.09  12:31am  
Let the rain fall, I don’t care.
I’m yours, and suddenly you’re mine.
Suddenly, you’re mine;
And it’s brighter than sunshine… 

- Brighter Than Sunshine - 

Aqualung

2014.06.08  12:06am  
You are the sum total of everything you’ve ever seen, heard, eaten, smelled, been told, forgot - it’s all there. Everything influences each of us, and because of that I try to make sure that my experiences are positive. 
Maya Angelou (via larmoyante)

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2014.05.28  8:26pm  

jtotheizzoe:

SCIENCE IS COMING

This week’s video is the most epic episode of It’s Okay To Be Smart we’ve ever made. Hope you all enjoy!

Valar morcurious.

2014.05.20  9:27pm  
Journeys end in lovers meeting,
Every wise man’s son doth know. 
William Shakespeare -Twelfth Night-
2014.04.21  10:41pm  

lomographicsociety:

American photorealist and photographer Chuck Close was invited by by Vanity Fair to photograph 20 of Hollywood’s brightest personalities, a star-studded roster that included Julia Roberts, Robert de Niro, Brad Pitt, Scarlett Johansson and Martin Scorsese to name a few, for the magazine’s 20th Hollywood issue. For this project, Close used a Polaroid 20×24 instant camera. Believe it or not, this particular camera model, which was manufactured by Polaroid in 1970, delivers instant prints 20 × 24 inches in size.

See more of his Polaroid portraits Close shots here: http://bit.ly/PpvazA

2014.04.07  11:55pm  

Time after time
I tell myself that I’m
so lucky to be loving you
so lucky to be the one
you run to see in the evening
when the day is through…

2014.04.07  11:52pm  

miltonrodolfo:

Etiqueta.

(Source: rerylikes)

2014.03.28  8:09pm  
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