tasty experiences

So there I was, staring down the crevasse of old Hail-Freight mountain; where thousands of trains hauling precious, life-giving cargo had carved their way through the icy caverns and dire straits in order to fulfill their lifelong missions.The mountain teased me with its trailing clouds and snow drifts that seemed to heave with every gust of the wind.I was ready for it. I was ready to make my mark.


Now I just thought of a broad who spends staring into her iphone most of the time while someone is talking to her…

rainbowscript:

1954 ad for the telephone, featuring the Western Electric 302.
Before telemarketing, it was actually fun to answer the phone, because it was most likely someone you knew calling.
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Now I just thought of a broad who spends staring into her iphone most of the time while someone is talking to her…

rainbowscript:

1954 ad for the telephone, featuring the Western Electric 302.

Before telemarketing, it was actually fun to answer the phone, because it was most likely someone you knew calling.


kaiyves:

In honor of the upcoming 125th anniversary of the National Geographic Society, here’s my updated (and nicer) take on a 1934 editorial cartoon that featured some NGS explorers (clockwise from bottom, William Beebe, Richard Byrd, Auguste Piccard— it could also be Albert Stevens, but the caption says it’s supposed to be Piccard).
I couldn’t think of a contemporary polar explorer to match Admiral Byrd in the top left corner, so I drew Suni Williams on the ISS because… Suni Williams on the ISS. 
Also, my horrible terrible James Cameron likeness at lower left.
kaiyves:

In honor of the upcoming 125th anniversary of the National Geographic Society, here’s my updated (and nicer) take on a 1934 editorial cartoon that featured some NGS explorers (clockwise from bottom, William Beebe, Richard Byrd, Auguste Piccard— it could also be Albert Stevens, but the caption says it’s supposed to be Piccard).
I couldn’t think of a contemporary polar explorer to match Admiral Byrd in the top left corner, so I drew Suni Williams on the ISS because… Suni Williams on the ISS. 
Also, my horrible terrible James Cameron likeness at lower left.

kaiyves:

In honor of the upcoming 125th anniversary of the National Geographic Society, here’s my updated (and nicer) take on a 1934 editorial cartoon that featured some NGS explorers (clockwise from bottom, William Beebe, Richard Byrd, Auguste Piccard— it could also be Albert Stevens, but the caption says it’s supposed to be Piccard).

I couldn’t think of a contemporary polar explorer to match Admiral Byrd in the top left corner, so I drew Suni Williams on the ISS because… Suni Williams on the ISS. 

Also, my horrible terrible James Cameron likeness at lower left.