1. thediaryofadisappointingman:

    Eventually whenever Pavlov heard a bell ring he had an uncontrollable urge to feed a dog.

    (via imsobadatreferences)

  2. everyonesahero:

    does anybody else just like

    research things for fun

    like you’re curious about something so you go read the whole wikipedia article on it and then read all the stuff the wikipedia article references and go to the library and read some books on it until you have all this new knowledge about a subject that actually has no real bearing on your life you were just kind of interested in something 

    (Source: tannoreth, via muggle-whovian)

  3. darvillains:


    (via muggle-whovian)

  4. preludetowind:

    Artsy references from the Animators desk in the Ghibli Museum, Mitaka.

    (via totoros)

  5. truerunner:






    I don’t wunna do homework I wanna run






  6. running-to-inspire:

When you put yourself on the line in a race and expose yourself to the unknown, you learn things about yourself that are very exciting.
  7. disaparte:

    All I want is education, and I am afraid of no one
    Malala Yousafzai

    (via truerunner)

  8. oszt:


Long exposure, 3 traffic lights in the fog.

damn this justthis fukn does it for methis is gorgeous
  9. The Hung Gar style of kung fu is the main influence for earthbending; they both feature heavily rooted stances and punches that evoke the mass and power of the earth. Hung Gar itself parallels animal movements such as the tiger’s hard blows and the crane’s affinity to landing gracefully on the earth. — Concepts such as listening, reacting, balancing attacks, defense, and drawing power from a stable lower body are important elements in earthbending.

    (Source: benevolxnts, via busymindingyourbusiness)

  10. Firebending moves are based mainly on the Northern Shaolin style of kung fu. Aspects of the firebending combat style can be seen through the similar emphasis on highly technical kicking strikes, fundamentally strong movements, and the usage of swift, direct maneuvers. Northern Shaolin is an external style that uses long, aggressive techniques that explode and drive through the opponent. This style emphasizes “kicking over hand fighting”, or prioritizing one’s legwork as opposed to the arms. A few techniques from Northern Seven Star Praying Mantis are also prominent. These feature quick, successive attacks that utilize momentary bursts of extreme power, much like an explosion, called ging lik. It optimizes a strong continuous offense, sacrificing defense for greater power, the principle behind a pre-emptive strike, and as such, firebending is categorized as the most aggressive of the four bending arts.

    (Source: benevolxnts, via busymindingyourbusiness)

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