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in these bodies we will live,
in these bodies we will die
where you invest your love,
you invest your life
awake my soul
you were meant to meet your maker

gameraboy:

Disneyland monorail, 1961. From Vacationland magazine, via Vintage Disneyland Tickets.

(via vintagedisneyparks)

superseventies:

A Commodore PET (Personal Electronic Transactor) personal computer, Washington, UK, 1977 . 

superseventies:

A Commodore PET (Personal Electronic Transactor) personal computer, Washington, UK, 1977 . 

(Source: scanzen)

integri-tea:

Revised version thanks to some great anon advice.

integri-tea:

Revised version thanks to some great anon advice.

sherlock-undercover:

I suppose Doyle’s genius was to think, “well, imagine if that was extrapolated to be how a detective worked.”

- Mark Gatiss (Unlocking Sherlock)

(via acooltheatrekid)

http://clientsfromhell.net/post/91247661402/i-thought-it-would-be-nice-to-agree-to-a-little

clientsfromhell:

I thought it would be nice to agree to a little pro-bono website for a local chapter of a national organization. I finish it up before I send over a link. I get a panicked call at 5am the next morning:

Client: I don’t know what you did. There’s a big problem with the site. It’s all broken! I…

clientsfromhell:

Me: I think it’s not a good idea to design such a complicated registration form for a mobile website. Wouldn’t a username and password be enough? The more obstacles or steps you give your users, the fewer that will sign up.

Client: See, that’s exactly what the PDF link is for. Users can download instructions that detail how to fill in the form.

gameraboy:

Advertisement for the Wurlitzer store on Main Street USA from 1967. Via Vintage Disneyland Tickets.

gameraboy:

Advertisement for the Wurlitzer store on Main Street USA from 1967. Via Vintage Disneyland Tickets.

(via vintagedisneyparks)

aspiremetro:

Design Nostalgia Alert. Walt Disney had the Academy Award-winning set designer Emil Kuri build him a secret apartment in the Victorian style above the firehouse on Main Street, USA in Disneyland in Anaheim, CA. From there, Disney built his first theme park. The decor reflected his fondness for the color Cranberry.
gameraboy:

Walt Disney gave his wife Lillian a petrified tree for their wedding anniversary in 1957. She donated it to Disneyland, where it is on display in Frontierland.

gameraboy:

Walt Disney gave his wife Lillian a petrified tree for their wedding anniversary in 1957. She donated it to Disneyland, where it is on display in Frontierland.

(via vintagedisneyparks)

Locations in Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: Knowhere (and Morag) [x]

(Source: peterquill, via thenitefury)