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To answer power with power, the Jedi way this is not. In this war, a danger there is, of losing who we are.  
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Reblogged from archiemcphee

archiemcphee:

io9 just drew our attention to not one, but two awesomelt amusing Tumblr sites: Slug Solos and Bass Dogs, both of which are curated by Michael M. As you can see from this selection of highlights, Slog Solos features guitarists playing their hearts out on gigantic slugs (and pairs well with a delicious Banana Slug Sucker). Over at Bass Dogs the bassists are keeping the groove going with unexpectedly musical canines held in place of their basses. Two more reasons we’re so very glad Teh Internets exist.

Follow them here on Tumblr at slugsolos and bassdogs. They both accept submissions too!

[via io9]

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mymompickedthisurl:

liaaxoo:

I hate when I misplace my glasses because then I’m forced to walk around looking like I’m suspicious of everything in the room

whattabout you, cabinet? huh, you sketchy piece of shit? did you take ‘em?

I’ll be excited when I teach the dog to fetch them… For now, she just looks at me as if to say, ‘Stupid human, find ‘em yourself’

(via acankerinahedge)

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mellowbeing:

crojocreates:

gandalftheswag:

I really love knitting, but my family likes to bug me about knitting “being for old ladies.”
Would anyone like to help me prove them wrong?
Reblog if you think knitting is rad and not just for old ladies!

My family had done the same thing until I just started to roll with it.

My mom took up knitting for a day (I was excited) but then quit because she said it was for old ladies.  I, on the other hand, have been knitting since I was 18! :p

I may be an ‘old lady’ now (I’m 55)… but I started knitting at 5 or 6 y.o. (I begged my gramma to teach me). It’s just as soul satisfying now as it was then. PBLTTTT on haters.

(Source: blink182cute4u)

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Someone left the cake out in the raaaaaaaaaain!!!
(taken at the Hillsborough, NC public parking garage… I couldn’t resist!)

Someone left the cake out in the raaaaaaaaaain!!!

(taken at the Hillsborough, NC public parking garage… I couldn’t resist!)

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Finished objects and a mini lesson in color combination coordination… (saw this somewhere on the internet - it really works!)

Three Yipes Stripes Cowls (pattern by Anne Weaver)… and a black and white exposure to show why color sequence can really affect visual impact. Notice how the light green and the tan OR the orange and the brown are virtually indistinguishable without color… cool, eh? I think the first one I did (on the left) is my personal favorite… 

Yarn is Plymouth Galway 100% wool… such lovely yarn and there were a zillion colors to choose from. Got all three cowls from the five 200-yard skeins… with a little left over from each. The braids are surprisingly easy and would add such a nice touch to just about any project. I took some pictures in progress and will post a tutorial here for all of y’all…  

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stringtoathing:

Made a visual to go along with my blog post about how to price handmade goodies at http://www.stringtoathing.com/reference/how-to-price-handmade-goodies/
Pdf for the flow is also available there.

stringtoathing:

Made a visual to go along with my blog post about how to price handmade goodies at http://www.stringtoathing.com/reference/how-to-price-handmade-goodies/

Pdf for the flow is also available there.

(via knittinginthedesert)

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Reblogged from sarahj-art

sarahj-art:

Happy Batman Day!

(via tastefullyoffensive)

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Finished objects!

Two cowls using Yipes Stripes Cowl pattern using same 5 colors but in different sequence. Have enough to make one more… They go fast and the braid stitch bands are really cool but not too complicated!

Took a class to make them at my LYS in an effort to get to know other local knitters, but there is one REALLY obnoxious woman who dominates all conversation (not to mention interrupting anything useful the instructor had to say), so I’m wondering if I even want to go to the second class next week.

Also showing off 80 yards of absolutely stunning handspun, chain-plied Superwash BFL. The color is ‘Sentinel’ and is from Into The Whirled’s Fiber of the Month Club…I just want to hang it on the wall and drool on it! It’s odd to me - they send about 4 ounces every month - but the amount of yarn yielded seems to vary inversely to how much I love the results. I’m sure there’s a ‘scientific explanation’ - but it’s just not fair! 

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quoteallthethings:

Fred Rogers - quote
-Mutual caring relationships require kindness and patience, tolerance, optimism, joy in the other’s achievements, confidence in oneself, and the ability to give without undue thought of gain.
Source: quoteallthethings.com

quoteallthethings:

Fred Rogers - quote

-Mutual caring relationships require kindness and patience, tolerance, optimism, joy in the other’s achievements, confidence in oneself, and the ability to give without undue thought of gain.

Source: quoteallthethings.com

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Reblogged from archiemcphee

archiemcphee:

It’s a Hershey’s Chocolate Bar. Besides the always-welcome chocolate, what’s so awesome about that? Look again. It’s not a Hershey’s Bar at all. It’s a ‘Hirschy’s Bar' - a beautifully-designed, awesomely original resumé created by Michigan-based designer Matthew Hirsch for a class assignment.

"We had to create a thank you that could be sent to various creative directors who speak to our class," he explained. "In hopes of striking up a dialogue, while giving these creative directors information about my skill set, I created a Hirschy’s Bar."

Combining a bit of wordplay with innovative, elegant design and, of course, the gift of chocolate, seems like a fantastic way to distinguish oneself for prospective employers and clients. Just make sure you bring enough for everybody.

[via Design Taxi and Creative Bloq]

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Reblogged from listoflifehacks

listoflifehacks:

If you like this list of life hacks, follow ListOfLifeHacks for more like it!

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http://www.kieranfoley.com/knit_lab_ottoman.html
For Mr. Knittle: I can’t tell - are those flowers or just circles? … Lovely lacework at any rate, from Knitlabs/Kieran Foley… 

http://www.kieranfoley.com/knit_lab_ottoman.html

For Mr. Knittle: I can’t tell - are those flowers or just circles? … Lovely lacework at any rate, from Knitlabs/Kieran Foley… 

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Reblogged from green-tea-rex

green-tea-rex:

It’s 1am so I’m sorry for the people who won’t see this. But if you want confidence and don’t know how to get it, a really good way is to be confident in other people. When you walk into Starbucks, think, “damn, that barista’s hair is da bomb!” Or when you go to school, think, “my teacher is rocking that skirt!” When you start seeing everyone as being beautiful, at some point you realize that you’re everyone too.

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Reblogged from txchnologist

txchnologist:

Sewing Machine Makes Cheap Stretchy Component Needed For Wearable Tech And Soft Robots

Purdue University engineers have come up with a new and simpler way to make stretchy connections for electronics. Such power- and information-transporting materials are needed for soft robotics, next-generation implants and wearable technologies to advance.

The group used a regular sewing machine to sew a wire in a zigzag pattern on a sheet of the plastic PET with water-soluble thread. A stretchy, rubbery polymer was poured over the wire and water was then used to dissolve the thread. The PET was pulled away after the thread dissolved and released it from the wire, which was now embedded in the rubbery polymer. 

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Oooh! Shiny!