why am i getting excited for prom this wASN’T SUPPOSED TO HAPPEN
FIRST PIECE = SOLD
Oil painting of a lighthouse for $80 (he’s only 17 so I charged less) WAHOO.
I FEEL SUCCESSFUL.
In an effort to acquire more money for college, I am shamelessly self-promoting myself.
Obviously for you guys, I’m mainly advertising the portraits/invites/cards, since I don’t live close enough to all of you to provide party services. But I’m definitely okay with sending the send-able pieces to you (in perfect condition) through the mail.
Spread the word, amigos.
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“War must be, while we defend our lives against a destroyer who would devour all; but I do not love the bright sword for its sharpness, nor the arrow for its swiftness, nor the warrior for his glory. I love only that which they defend: the city of the Men of Númenor, and I would have her loved for her memory, her ancientry, her beauty, and her present wisdom.” - Faramir, The Two Towers
My occupation in another life? Prostitution. Or lumberjack.
if u are ever having trouble on a test, just write “jesus” for the answer bc jesus is always the answer. god bless
Astronomers using Herschel have spotted a cloud of incredibly hot gas very close to the supermassive black hole that lies at the heart of our Milky Way galaxy.
The supermassive black hole goes by the name of Sagittarius A*, and weighs in at 4 million times the mass of our Sun. It is nearly 30,000 light years away at the very centre of our galaxy, but is still hundreds of times closer than other such black holes, which are usually found at the centres of large galaxies.
Its relative proximity makes it the ideal target for studying these extreme environments in detail, though our view is often obscured by dense clouds of dust draped throughout the Milky Way. By studying it in far-infrared light, Herschel can see through this dust and examine the surroundings of the black hole itself. The black hole is surrounded by a ring of gas around 30 light years across, but right in the centre is a mini spiral of gas flowing inwards.
Herschel observations taken in 2011 and 2012 allowed astronomers to examine the region within around a light year of the black hole itself. The data showed the presence of elements such as carbon, nitrogen and oxygen, as well as simple molecules including water, carbon monoxide and hydrogen cyanide.