Timestamp: 1397703782

alapoet:

the lunar eclipse condensed to 3 seconds, for those of you who had clouds or are in a hurry

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Timestamp: 1397703250

alapoet:

the lunar eclipse condensed to 3 seconds, for those of you who had clouds or are in a hurry

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157,165 plays
  • Trackname:

    One Summer's Day Remix
  • Artist:

    Joe Hisaishi
  • Album:

    Jazzin For Ghibli

Concealing Eyes

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Timestamp: 1397541582

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aeromi:

~Nostalgia Mix~
1. Wind - Akeboshi
2. Rewrite - ASIAN KUNG-FU GENERATION
3. Cruel Angel's Thesis - Yoko Takahashi
4. Asterisk - Orange Range
5. Simple and Clean - Utada Hikaru
6. 真実の詩 - Do As Infinity
7. 真夜中のオーケストラ - Aqua Timez
8. Secret Base - Ai Kayano
9. Blue Bird - Ikimongakari
10. Shunkan Sentimental - SCANDAL
11. Rain - SID
12. Paper Moon - Tommy Heavenly6
13. CORE PRIDE - UVERworld
14. Funny Bunny - The Pillows
15. Houki Boshi - Younha
16. Haruka Kanata - ASIAN KUNG-FU Generation
17. Sanctuary (Ending) - Utada Hikaru

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Timestamp: 1397541158

aeromi:

~Nostalgia Mix~
1. Wind - Akeboshi
2. Rewrite - ASIAN KUNG-FU GENERATION
3. Cruel Angel's Thesis - Yoko Takahashi
4. Asterisk - Orange Range
5. Simple and Clean - Utada Hikaru
6. 真実の詩 - Do As Infinity
7. 真夜中のオーケストラ - Aqua Timez
8. Secret Base - Ai Kayano
9. Blue Bird - Ikimongakari
10. Shunkan Sentimental - SCANDAL
11. Rain - SID
12. Paper Moon - Tommy Heavenly6
13. CORE PRIDE - UVERworld
14. Funny Bunny - The Pillows
15. Houki Boshi - Younha
16. Haruka Kanata - ASIAN KUNG-FU Generation
17. Sanctuary (Ending) - Utada Hikaru

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Mekakucity Actors Episode 1 Scenery

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Timestamp: 1397541059

Mekakucity Actors Episode 1 Scenery

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frankydear:

[extrafabulouscomics]

Things that will keep you alive in event of a plane crash (hopefully) though:

  • When a plane is descending, either in an emergency landing or else in a normal descent, put your carry-on luggage between your legs and the seat in front of you. In a rough landing inertia can send your legs flying forward and break your bones against the metal frame of the seat in front of you, leaving you incapable of escaping on your own.
  • NEVER inflate your inflatable life vests until you’re out of the aircraft, even if you can’t swim. The Hudson River plane crash of 2009 has to date been the only plane that’s landed even remotely safely on water; most planes break up on collision with water. An inflated flotation device will keep you buoyant but will also slow you down, leaving you immobile and trapped in the wreckage as it sinks.
  • Never put anything alcohol or alcohol-based (such as rubbing alcohol) in the overhead bins or shelves. These can help spread a blaze if a rough landing sparks a fire, even promote a fireball effect in extreme cases,
  • When you board, study where your seat is in relation to the exits. Count how many rows are between you and your two nearest exits, so that if the cabin is filled with smoke you can make your way out even if you can’t see.
  • Get out as quickly as possible. Jet fuel is very flammable, and even if there isn’t already a fire on board a rough landing can easily set it alight. Planes on fire will usually blow up between ninety seconds and five minutes after landing, so move it!
  • Oh yeah, don’t forget to assume brace position, with your head between your knees and hands over your head.

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Timestamp: 1397011628

frankydear:

[extrafabulouscomics]

Things that will keep you alive in event of a plane crash (hopefully) though:

  • When a plane is descending, either in an emergency landing or else in a normal descent, put your carry-on luggage between your legs and the seat in front of you. In a rough landing inertia can send your legs flying forward and break your bones against the metal frame of the seat in front of you, leaving you incapable of escaping on your own.
  • NEVER inflate your inflatable life vests until you’re out of the aircraft, even if you can’t swim. The Hudson River plane crash of 2009 has to date been the only plane that’s landed even remotely safely on water; most planes break up on collision with water. An inflated flotation device will keep you buoyant but will also slow you down, leaving you immobile and trapped in the wreckage as it sinks.
  • Never put anything alcohol or alcohol-based (such as rubbing alcohol) in the overhead bins or shelves. These can help spread a blaze if a rough landing sparks a fire, even promote a fireball effect in extreme cases,
  • When you board, study where your seat is in relation to the exits. Count how many rows are between you and your two nearest exits, so that if the cabin is filled with smoke you can make your way out even if you can’t see.
  • Get out as quickly as possible. Jet fuel is very flammable, and even if there isn’t already a fire on board a rough landing can easily set it alight. Planes on fire will usually blow up between ninety seconds and five minutes after landing, so move it!
  • Oh yeah, don’t forget to assume brace position, with your head between your knees and hands over your head.

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