Gent & Jawns by Ugly Machine on Flickr.

Gent & Jawns by Ugly Machine on Flickr.


This watch puts beautifully rotating planets on your wrist
You can now have that solar system diorama you made in school on your wrist in the form of a watch. Van Cleef & Arpel have debuted a gorgeous new astronomical watch, the 44mm Midnight Planétarium, at Geneva’s annual Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie. The watch shows both numerical time and the rotation of five planets — Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn — visible from Earth. Each planet is represented by precious and semi-precious stones, which rotate around the sun (a stone in the center) in the amount of time it takes for the actual planet make a rotation. You’ll easily be able to see a full rotation of Mercury every 88 days and Venus every 224 days, but it’ll take a while to see a full rotation of Saturn — 29 years to be exact.

Nm I not ahorse on Flickr.

Some Woman on Flickr.

One time I got really drunk, intentionally ruined someone’s photo, and then later he posted it to facebook and called me “some woman.”

Wahhh thank you!! I’m still a little insecure about them so the fact that you’re enjoying them means a lot ;~; 


The Neon Boneyard, Part 2. Las Vegas, Nevada. January 2014.

That last panel is a little funky, but it’s supposed to depict me frantically writing an email. Does that come across? I can’t tell.