For my own entertainment.

vhs-or-beta:

springnymph:
Amy Winehouse after hearing she has just won her first Grammy (2008)
Feb 3

vhs-or-beta:

springnymph:

Amy Winehouse after hearing she has just won her first Grammy (2008)

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Feb 3

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Feb 3

lol

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Feb 3

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Feb 3

awe :)

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Feb 3

madamyoko669:

zeekayart:

beefjorky:

can we all take a moment and just appreciate japanese power rangers

the butt smacker is my favourite

"pussy so clean i steam press a nigga"

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Feb 3

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Jan 18

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"The details you remember about an event, such as your last birthday party, are determined in part by your cultural background. Americans, for instance, tend to focus on primary, visual details—the color of the decorations or the type of icing on the cake. East Asians may better remember interpersonal details—who served the cake or whom they danced with. “Your culture influences what you perceive to be important around you,” explains Angela Gutchess, an assistant professor of psychology at Brandeis University. “If your culture values social interactions, you will remember those interactions better than a culture that values individual perceptions. Culture really shapes your memory.” “Previous studies had shown East Asians were better able to remember background and contextual details but this study showed that’s not always the case,” she says. “This may be because East Asian memory is more focused on emotional context and social detail than visual detail.” “If we can understand how we remember, we can begin to really understand one another better,” Gutchess says."

- Your culture determines what you remember | Futurity (via myserendipities)

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Dec 27
chamanka:

euo: Lighters of the Vietnam War
Nov 5

chamanka:

euo: Lighters of the Vietnam War

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