vandrare:

Pieter Brueghel The Elder | Hunters in the snow, 1565

vandrare:

Pieter Brueghel The Elder | Hunters in the snow, 1565

(Source: mgpandersen.com)

yourhost:

 ( roy acuff at grand ole opry. date unknown. )
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yourhost:

 ( roy acuff at grand ole opry. date unknown. )

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nevver:

Something for the Weekend

I like this book quite a lot. It reminds me of Winesburg, Ohio by Sherwood Anderson.

nevver:

Something for the Weekend

I like this book quite a lot. It reminds me of Winesburg, Ohio by Sherwood Anderson.

(via whiteinnovations)

Gene Roddenberry’s birthday is today. Happy birthday!
A friend tried to get me interested in this show, but it never took. My fiancé described it to me as propaganda for some kind of “global world order without conflict” which, if true, is just another one of the many ironies of this blog. I know it’s been a very influential series though, hence this post.

Gene Roddenberry’s birthday is today. Happy birthday!

A friend tried to get me interested in this show, but it never took. My fiancé described it to me as propaganda for some kind of “global world order without conflict” which, if true, is just another one of the many ironies of this blog. I know it’s been a very influential series though, hence this post.

Dads: How important are they? New research highlights value of fathers in both neurobiology and behavior of offspring

(Source: neochristiananarchist)

thebullcavern:

Animación de un bisonte de 1887. Fotos de Eadweard Muybridge.

Film of a bison from 1887. Photos by Eadweard Muybridge.

thebullcavern:

Animación de un bisonte de 1887. Fotos de Eadweard Muybridge.

Film of a bison from 1887. Photos by Eadweard Muybridge.

(Source: thebullsdungeon)

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betanieh:

all day, every day. 

Here’s an 11 or 12 year-old Bjork covering “The Fool on the Hill” by the Beatles.

(Source: bfrancesmary)

Scottish folds - first discovered and bred in Perthshire, Scotland. Hence the name.

Scottish folds - first discovered and bred in Perthshire, Scotland. Hence the name.

(via so-fortississimo)

This blog is about the many innovations, inventions, creations and discoveries made by white people throughout history.

This isn't about hate, violence or racial supremacy. I love my people and I hope you love yours.

That said, if you say moronic things that can be proved wrong in 3 minutes on bing, don't expect to be handled with kid gloves.

NOTE: I'm not updating this blog very much at the moment. I have enough posts queued up to keep it running for the next couple of years, but I don't log in or check it regularly. Feel free to browse the archives though if you want answers to some questions.