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April 12 2015

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after reblogging this i opened up a card my great aunt gave me it has money in it

It could be a complete coincidence but I reblogged this yesterday and toda I fouund $40 at the fruit maket

Eh,why not

#this is dumb#but i’m desperate

when you got nothing you got nothing to lose

I got a job after reblogging this !

I GOT 40$

I GOT $1360! <3<3

I got a free trip to DC!!!! ❤️

ok but for real, shortly after the first time I reblogged this my husband got a promotion and a 6$/hr raise which is just crazy. We literally cried.

Here you go, everyone ~

This is dumb, but I’m desperate ©

#the story of my life

UPDATE: I GOT A PROMOTION AT WORK ARE YOU SERIOUS???

Oh my god I just realized that this worked. I went to deposit a check and found $150

Plz work

OKAY LEMME TELL YOU WHAT HAPPENED AFTER I REBLOGGED THIS A FEW DAYS AGO

So as some ofyou guys know my dad died back in December. He had a 2007 Chevy Silverado that he LOVED, but since neither my mom nor I would drive it, she decided to let the bank come and sell it.

Today, she texts me around 3:00 pm with this:

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we just got an extra $5,711.64 that neither of us expected.

Yeah, we’re surprised. lol

Eh, why not. I’ll bite.

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April 07 2015

10 facts you should know about Vincent van Gogh

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1. Vincent van Gogh was born on March 30, 1853, in Holland. He was named after his grandfather and his stillborn brother who died one year before Van Gogh was born.

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2. Van Gogh was 27 years old when he painted his first piece.

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3. When Van Gogh first began painting, he used peasants as models. He would later paint flowers, landscapes and himself, mostly because he was too poor to pay the models.

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4. Van Gogh suffered from temporal lobe epilepsy, a chronic neurological condition characterized by recurrent, unprovoked seizures.

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5. In a short period of ten years, Van Gogh made approximately 900 paintings.

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6. During one of his seizures, Van Gogh attempted to attack his friend Paul Gauguin with an open razor. This ultimately resulted in the Vincent cutting off a piece of his own ear – but not the whole ear as is often rumored.

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7. Van Gogh created his most famous work The Starry Night while staying in an asylum in Saint-Remy-de-Provence, France.

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8. Vincent Van Gogh visually depicted turbulence, an incredibly complex (and still unsolved) mathematical principle in several paintings during a particularly chaotic time in his life.

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9. Vincent shot himself in a wheatfield in Auvers, France, but did not die until 2 days later at the age of 37. His brother Theo, at his side when he died, said that Vincent’s last words were “La tristesse durera toujours” which means “the sadness will last forever.”

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10. Vincent only sold one painting during his lifetime and only became famous after his death.

Happy Birthday, Vincent van Gogh.

From the TED-Ed Lesson The unexpected math behind Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” - Natalya St. Clair

Animation by Avi Ofer

March 21 2015

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October 17 2014

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October 10 2014

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July 30 2014

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Eins, zwei, drei, vier, fünf, sechs, sieben, acht …

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um, dois, três, quatro …

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Un, Deux, Trois, Quatre

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Un, dau…

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It’s not a very good one.

uno, dos, tres, cuatro…

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yksi, kaksi…

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один, два…

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một, hai

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I’m not sure how this works.

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一、二,三、四。。。

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Üks, kaks

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Satu Dua Tiga Empat

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Wowzers

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one AMERICA, two AMERICA, three AMERICA…

i don’t get it either

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THE LAST ONE KILLED ME

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July 11 2014

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June 25 2014

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