“The Willamette Meteorite, officially named Willamette, is an iron-nickel meteorite discovered in Oregon. It is the largest meteorite found in North America and the sixth largest in the world. There was no impact crater at the discovery site; researchers believe the meteorite landed in what is now Canada or Montana, and was transported as a glacial erratic to the Willamette Valley during the Missoula Floods at the end of the last Ice Age (~13,000 years ago). “The Meteorite weighs about 32,000 pounds (15,000 kg) and is over 91% iron and 7.62% nickel, with traces of cobalt and phosphorus.” (via » Sitting in the Willamette Meteorite)
It’s already that time of year when I pretend I have it all figured out and speak to the UGA music business students. This is my “I’m not a professional… I’m a kEwL professional” outfit.
"smiling with your mouth closed makes you look cooler" #tbt #denimvest #aLonerDottieARebel
More gold from #TheApartmentBook, late 70s
(Source: countrygirlpride03, via rubytherabbitfoot)
Cardboards (Collage), 2014 Ibon Mainar
step into my office.
Just some wild animals wearing jewelry.
Meet #WhiteLaces. I’m excited to put out their tape this fall. NY friends can catch them tomorrow night at Baby’s All Right.
Accidental phone photo. So emo.
I found shorts that are basically boxers with pockets. I feel like I broke the getting dressed for work game. #wiwt #ootd
Space is the place. Monday on Earth, not so much.