Gent & Jawns by Ugly Machine on Flickr.

Gent & Jawns by Ugly Machine on Flickr.

thisistheverge:

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 ;~; 

jayzombie:

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.