Ada

Pull me back, push me in, make me look

todayinhistory:

September 21st 1866: H.G. Wells born

On this day in 1866, the English science fiction writer H.G. Wells was born in Bromley, Kent. Sometimes called ‘the father of science fiction’, Wells is best known for his works ‘The War of the Worlds’ and ‘The Time Machine’. Wells was also a socialist and a pacifist, and his political views colored much of his later work. In 1938 Orson Welles broadcast his radio play of ‘The War of the Worlds’ as a series of news bulletins which led many Americans to fear a Martian invasion. H.G. Wells died in London in 1946 aged 79.

I vomited into a wooden salad bowl tonight.

— perfect on some planet, and on another? spew you shit.

mymodernmet:

Russian-born art director Constantin Mashinskiy has taken to the streets of Paris to document the iconic city’s inhabitants, one striking portrait at a time. For his series 365 Parisians (365 Parisiens, in French), Mashinskiy plans to capture a street portrait of a stranger in Paris every day for an entire year.

Perfect C note?

— shut up Rix at my 12

Morality.

— welcome to your nightmare

fucking learn

I’ve got mentality ready for this hybrid and the rest of our world not ready. I guess you need to watch a mall torn down. With my eyes, I watched those machines… slaves. Are we not?

Us? It’s all good.

Slaves?

Go back to your Oceans.

stupid, seriously stupid… humans

Folding of information, whatever. I’m done with it — from all sides. Your home needs you, hates you now. Look down assholes. If we’re lucky? And truly lucky? We MAY face up. (Paine. Here me? look at this mess… asshole)

You want the visual of a cottage now, Elizabeth? Well. (cue: Sparrow)