semiose infinita

open hailing frequencies   muito bem parabéns

uncannybrettwhite:

Maybe people wouldn’t be so annoyed with Milo Manara’s “Spider-Woman” #1 variant cover if every series got overtly sexy variant covers—not just the ones with female leads.

This is a world I want to live in.

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deep space nine is good, but i can’t handle standing in one place anymore

— 17 hours ago
Marina Silva →

markruffalo:

Hello All,

It has come to my attention that the Brazilian Candidate for President, Marina Silva, may be against gay marriage. That would put me in direct conflict with her. As you know I have fought for marriage equality in my country and see it as a reflection of the quality of a candidate. I…

Mark, she has made some changes to her positions on environmental issues also. It concerns the agrarian reform. The threat of losing support of the agribusiness lobby in the chamber of deputies made her step back in this important, and delayed, reform that dates back to pre-dictatorship years.

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nemfrog:

Saturn floats. Our Country and Its Resources. 1917.
"Saturn, the lightest of the planets in proportion to its size, would float in water (if there were an ocean big enough to hold it!)"

nemfrog:

Saturn floats. Our Country and Its Resources. 1917.

"Saturn, the lightest of the planets in proportion to its size, would float in water (if there were an ocean big enough to hold it!)"

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liberatxs:

"The funeral of Shelley" by Louis Edouard Fournier | The funeral of Romanticist poet Percy Bysshe Shelley in 1822. Trelawny, Hunt, and Byron are pictured at the cremation. The painting was completed in 1889.
The painting is currently on display at the Walker Gallery, National Museums Liverpool.

liberatxs:

"The funeral of Shelley" by Louis Edouard Fournier | The funeral of Romanticist poet Percy Bysshe Shelley in 1822. Trelawny, Hunt, and Byron are pictured at the cremation. The painting was completed in 1889.

The painting is currently on display at the Walker Gallery, National Museums Liverpool.

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is maps to the stars about white trash?

— 1 day ago

-how did you find me?

-please, no film noir questions.

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