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How To Be Alone
A video by fiilmaker, Andrea Dorfman, and poet/singer/songwriter, Tanya Davis. Davis wrote the beautiful poem and performed in the video which Dorfman direct...
Tree of Life Poster by Degree
I just reached for my wallet so quickly I tore a hole in my pants. The folks over at have just printed this fantastic offset lithograph print entitled . The rings of the tree are created with tiny animals.
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Shealynn's Faerie Shoppe: Simple Ear Cuff Tutorial
Simple Ideas That Are Borderline Genius - 43 Pics
15 Rebels Who Just CAN'T BE TAMED
You're a rebel without a cause. Or one with a cause. We don't know re: your cause-having, because you're so mysterious. Now GO BREAK SOME ...
36 Perfectly Timed Animal Shots
Check out 36 perfectly timed animal shots. Taken with high precision but most of the time just lucky shots. Animal photography at it's best, at least in a fun w
Jen Mann's Return
Today, we revisit artist Jen Mann since her last two previous features back in September 2011 and May 2010. Mann is currently based out of Ontario, Canada where she continues to produce oil on canvas paintings. http://jenmann.com TweetFacebookLinkedI...
Alternative Baby-Making Route
When a man loves a woman very, very much, he takes her to a basic gas station or car wash.
Fringed Zipper Necklace
make your own zipper necklace
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The Moment I Said It
"The Moment I Said It" choreographed by Kate Jablonski
Old Man In Nursing Home Reacts To Hearing Music From His...
There's something about music. Watch this video of a man in a nursing home react when his small green ipod gets put on. You can watch the life come back into his face. It's truly awesome to witness.
20 Everyday Moments That Always Make Us Smile
We all have rough days. But it doesn't take too much for us to turn our frowns upside down.
Robert Cray Band: Tiny Desk Concert : NPR
Like any great blues singer, Cray makes heartache and dysfunction sound engaging and relatable. The three new songs here execute the deftest possible blend of emotional misery and instrumental majesty — just the way the blues ought to be.