chrisarchitect:

MIKE: It’s a nice morning, Mr. McGarry.
LEO: We’ll take care of that in a hurry. Won’t we, Mike?
MIKE: Yes, sir.

—Leo entering the West Wing lobby talking with security, opening of The West Wing (15 years ago today!), “Pilot”

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poboh:

At the Louvre, Alécio de Andrade (1938 - 2003)

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sexhaver:

scientists could scour the arctic for decades and never find anything colder than this

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harry potter + everyone is a lady, inspired by x

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canadiansonganon:

Astronomy Picture of the Day: January 28th, 2002

What would it be like to stand on the surface of another world, to look all around you, and to try to figure out how this world got there? To get an idea, scroll right. In 1972 during the Apollo 17 mission, astronauts Harrison Schmitt and Eugene Cernan found out first hand. In this case, the world was Earth’s own Moon. In one of the more famous panoramas taken on the Moon, the magnificent desolation of the barren Moon is apparent. Visible are rocks, hills, craters, the lunar rover, and astronaut Schmitt preparing to take a soil sample. A few days after this image was taken, humanity left the Moon and has yet to return. An interactive version of the above image can be found here.

Credit: Apollo 17 Crew, NASA

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